Jackie Harmony kept it together on the slick course to claim the silver medal.
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Binggeli, Harmony move in second after Chile Challenge wins
The USA Cycling Pro Gravity Tour (Pro GRT) continued with its fourth race over the weekend, the Mountain States Cup – Chile Challenge in Angel Fire, New Mexico. Logan Binggeli (Utah/KHS) descended to victory in the pro men’s race while Jacqueline Harmony (IXS-510-Smith Optics) earned the women’s win; both taking over second place in the overall standings.
Binggeli is in second position, 70 points behind overall World Cup leader Aaron Gwin (Trek World Racing), who has won two of the four US Pro GRT races thus far. Gwin was not at the Chile Challenge, but instead won the Fort William round of the UCI Downhill World Cup. Gwin’s teammate Justin Leov (Trek World Racing) holds a firm grasp on third-place in the overall with four of six races completed.
Harmony is 55 points behind Lauren Daney (DRD Intense), who holds the US Pro GRT lead with two races remaining.
See full results from the Chile Challenge downhill race.
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