Floriane Pugin and Emilie Siegenthaler did it for SCOTT11 at the world cup in Windham:
Floriane had some problems getting into the rhythm at the start and lost almost 4 seconds on winner Rachel Atherton to the first split time. But then she found the turbo button, making up 3 of those 4 seconds, placing 2nd, in front of world champion Tracey Moseley.
Emilie Siegenthaler finally did it and stepped on a world cup podium for the first time in her life!
With Emilie in 5th place, there was a lot of yellow at the womens podium ceremony.
Nick Beer and Fabien Pedemanaud were not able to find their speed on the Windham track this year. They will use the national championships next weekend, as well as the next 2 race-free weekends to find it for the world cup in La Bresse, France, that will be held beginning august.