France’s Loïc Bruni and Great Britain’s Rachel Atherton won the respective men’s and women’s downhill events at this weekend's International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike World Cup in Vallnord in Andorra.
Bruni clocked a time of 4min 11.055sec to triumph ahead of compatriot Loris Vergier, who was 0.423 seconds slower.
Completing the top three was Australia’s Troy Brosnan, finishing 1.202 seconds down.
Bruni now holds a 65-point advantage over Brosnan at the top of the overall World Cup standings.
He has 765 points to Brosnan’s 700.
France’s Amaury Pierron, who came fourth today, is third with 605 points.
In the women’s event, Atherton won in 5:00.622.
France’s Marine Cabirou was 2.497 seconds back in the runners-up spot, while Australia’s Tracey Hannah was 7.131 seconds behind in third.
Hannah leads the overall World Cup standings with 790 points.
Nearest challenger Atherton has 730 points with Cabirou third on 640.
In cross-country, there were victories for Switzerland's Nino Schurter in the men's event and The Netherlands' Anne Terpstra in the women's competition.
Schurter edged fellow Swiss Mathias Flueckiger by 0.02 seconds with a time of 1:19.34.
Brazil's Henrique Avancini finished third in 1:19.46.
Schurter leads the overall World Cup standings with 835 points, followed by Flueckiger with 755 and Dutchman Mathieu van der Poel, who skipped the event, with 700.
Terpstra, meanwhile, topped the women's podium in 1:22.59.
Switzerland's Jolanda Neff was 0.38 seconds behind in second, while Ukraine's Yana Belomoina was a further 0.13 seconds back in third.
The United States' Kate Courtney finished eighth today but remains top of the overall World Cup standings with 890 points.
She is being chased by Neff with 815 points and Terpstra with 645.
Cross-country short circuit races were also held earlier this weekend with Avancini winning the men's in 21:07 and Neff the women's in 22:40.
Schurter and France's Maxime Marotte were second and third respectively behind Avancini, both posting a time of 21:08.
Neff was followed in the standings by fellow Swiss Alessandra Keller and Courtney in 22:41.
The next leg of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup season is due to take place in Les Gets in France from Friday (July 12) to Sunday (July 14).