Great show in Airolo for Swiss Enduro Series despite bad weather conditions
Despite difficult weather conditions with heavy showers and very un-summer-like temperatures, the Airolese stage of the Swiss Enduro Series was a success and showcased the dedication and skill of the athletes.
Heavy rain and bad weather failed to dampen the spirits of participants and organizers who worked tirelessly to ensure the success of the event.
The event was a testament to the determination and passion of all the athletes. The riders showed remarkable resilience, tackling the shortened but slippery course with impressive tenacity.
In the men's elite category, Uri's Tim Bratschi continued his unstoppable string of victories, imposing himself with an excellent time of 16:24.02. Florian Nicolai closely trailed him, finishing second with only a 5-second difference. In third place was Stefan Peter with a time of 16:36.17. Good result also for Igor Müller from Ticino, who finished in 5th place with a time of 16:48:41.
In the elite women's category, Ysaline Van Kampen won with a time of 19:52.70, securing her first victory in the Swiss Enduro Series. Claudia Grassi, the home athlete, showed impressive skill, coming in second place with a delay of only 1.3 seconds. Series leader Delia Da Mocogno, who suffered an injury during practice, secured third place with a time of 20:15.02.
In conclusion, the remarkable success of the Swiss Enduro Series event in Airolo in these difficult weather conditions is a testament to the unwavering dedication of everyone involved. Valbianca SA sincerely thanks all the athletes, volunteers, the tireless organizing team and all the sponsors. It was only thanks to everyone's commitment and efforts that it was possible to overcome the adverse conditions and pull off a truly memorable event, reinforcing the position of the Swiss Enduro Series as a premier sporting spectacle.