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The Title Chase is Underway – Mt Keira Downhill Challenge

The Title Chase is Underway – Mt Keira Downhill Challenge

The 2016 IDF World Tour kicked off under perfect weather to a huge crowd at the home of Australian Downhill - Mt Keira. The Brazilians started 2016 right where they left off with Max Ballesteros taking the win in a photo Finish from Australian Jackson Shapiera and fellow Brazilian Douglas Dalua, who finished in a dead heat for second with Australian Brennan Bast taking 4th.

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2016 Kicks off at Keira

2016 Kicks off at Keira

The 2016 IDF race season kicked off today under glorious summer sunshine. With competitors from 13 countries, including Brazil, Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia and Ecuador, as well as downhill strongholds Canada and the United States, the event has a truly international flavour.

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The Schengen Invasion – Europe 2016

The Schengen Invasion – Europe 2016

After many long nights of discussion and negotiation the IDF is pleased to announce the European Tour events for 2016. These are the races and dates which will determine who will become the Continental European Champion in 2016.

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World Tour Ranking Changes for 2016

World Tour Ranking Changes for 2016

The World Rankings are being changed for the 2016 season. We’re bringing in a new category, combining two other categories, adjusting the number of races that are included, and adjusting the points awarded for those races. These changes are being made to ensure the World Rankings retain their fairness and integrity.

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A New World Order – 2015 World Tour Champions

A New World Order – 2015 World Tour Champions

A big year in 2015 saw the emergence of new World Champions in a number of Divisions in the race for titles and an inaugural World Tour Cash purse of $8,000 USD. In a changing of the guard all the categories had maiden World Champions.

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Douglas Dalua wins La Violenta

Douglas Dalua wins La Violenta

The final race of the 2015 IDF season ended today, with Douglas Dalua of Brazil dominating La Violenta and using his vast experience to win all his heats. Thiago Mohr made it a Brazilian one-two, with local Leonardo Macchi rounding out the podium. Top qualifer Bernardo Brambila crashed out in the first round.

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