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Greg Minnaar (37) claimed his 77th podium of his downhill racing career when he finished in second place in the Downhill competition at the 2019 UCI Mercedes Benz World Cup in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, on Saturday 10 August.
Known as Mr Consistency on the UCI World Cup circuit and considered by his peers and fans as the greatest of all time, Greg’s steady results this season have seen him finish in the top 10 five times in seven races, with two second places – the other being in Leogang (Austria).
*Greg Minnaar has been a dominant force on the UCI World Cup downhill circuit since 2000. Greg is 3 x Downhill World Champion (2003, 2012, 2013), 3 x Downhill World Cup Champion (2001, 2005, 2008); he has achieved 21 Downhill World Cup victories and 77 Downhill World Cup podiums. Greg has 10 Downhill World Champion medals (3 x gold; 4 x silver; 3 x bronze).
Summary of Results –Elite Men – Lenzerheide
Amaury Pierron (FRA) 2:49.422
Greg Minnaar (RSA) +0.951
Loic Bruni (FRA) +1.400
Troy Brosnan (AUS) +2.160
Danny Hart (GBR) +3.222
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