Chumpy in scintillating form

Alex Pullin, News

3rd. Alex PULLIN 1st. Pierre VAULTIER 2nd. Seth WESCOTT


 
‘Chumpy’ Pullin has continued his great form in the Snowcross World Cup Season finishing a close 3rd in the final at Telluride, Colorado.  The back to back podium finishes sees the AIS Scholarship holder slide into 2nd on the World Cup rankings just 140 points behind Vaultier, who leads the competition.
 
Pullin suffered a bout of food poisoning leading into the event, but managed to keep his scintillating form and energy from Lech just a week ago. On his web blog Pullin says “this comp was hard work for me……. but I’m happy with how it turned out, some really fun heats”.
 
The final standings for the event at Colorado’s San Juan Mountains:
 
1. Pierre VAULTIER

2. Seth WESCOTT

3. Alex PULLIN
 
The current world cup standings:
 
1. Pierre VAULTIER – 1590 pts

2. Alex PULLIN – 1450 pts

3. Luca MATTEOTTI – 1280 pts

10. Seth WESCOTT – 800 (Current World Title  Holder)
 
This is Alex’s best start to a World Cup Season which he hopes to continue at the World Championships in LaMolina, Spain in under a month. In the meantime Pullin will enjoy a hard earned rest over Christmas – New Years before a grueling training block throughout January before heading to Spain.

Colorado's San Juan Mountains

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December 19th, 2010

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