In Petzen-Jamnica (Austria-Slovenia), the French rider brought her Northwave Enduro Mid at the top spot of the podium for the fourth time in a row. Damien Oton third in the men’s overall standing
At 2018 Enduro World Series’ stage 4, in Petzen-Jamnica (Austria - Slovenia), Northwave’s rider Cécile Ravanel (Team Commençal Vallnord), claimed the fourth seasonal win in a row in the “Pro Women” category, on Saturday June 30th and Sunday July 1st, preceding her historical rival Isabeau Courdurier, runner-up at 2’31”, and Canadian Casey Brown, third at 3’01”.
Equipped with Enduro Mid shoes, the French rider confirmed her domination in the most important Enduro circuit in the World. Ravanel now leads the GC with 1600 points ahead of Courdurier (1400) and Katy Winton (1200).
In the “Pro Men” category, Northwave’s Damien Oton (Unior Devinci Factory Team) finished sixth, as Sam Hill clinched victory ahead of Martin Maes and Robin Wallner. Oton occupies the third overall place with 1520 points behind Hill (1880) and Wallner (1570).