On Top of the World

Tracy Moseley now leads the World Cup by going on a hundred points over nearest rival Sabrina Jonnie

Tracy Moseley leads the World Cup by lots
Tracy Moseley now leads the World Cup by going on a hundred points over nearest rival Sabrina Jonnier, with Ffionn Griffiths in third. There are two races to go.

It's a great performance from Britain's Number 1 who, having got her Bio-Med degree, has been entirely focussed from the beginning of this season.

Not only has she improved her downhill. After that big rinse-cycle crash last year, she's become one of the few British women who really know how to jump (and, as a spin off, to squash jumps too).

Buy MBUK this coming July 18th and you'll see just how far Tracy has come, learning on her own with help from Will Longden and Ross Tricker.

It's been a well judged season so far, guided by Kona UK Team Manger and, we trust, supplier of bikes to poor girls who can't afford many clothes, Russell Carty.

Tracy is stoked, but it's a pity the UCI's dress sense is so awry.

That tight black waistcoat thing Trace is trying to wear over her massy baggy Kona jersey is the UCI's idea of a leader jersey.

Kule? Knott.



Lead pic: Tracy is one of the few women who really can jump
Main pic: Tracy in the leader's jersey. What do they make the losers wear?
Pic 1: Sabrina Jonnier: Second and cute
Pic 2: Ffionn Griffiths: Third and ballsy as hell.
Pic 3: Tracy really can jump
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