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Teolo 2018 - Italy leads the movement

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Inline Downhill

Teolo - Italy, hosted the 15th edition of the Inline Downhill World Championships. 60 athletes competed in one of the most thrilling circuit around the world reaching 100km/h on the hairpin turns of the Sp43 in the beautiful landscape on the Colli Euganei.

With 8 medals on the 12 up for grabs, Italy confirmed its leading role in this discipline.

In the Chrono Women, the run for the gold was all between the Italians Claudia Massara and Martina Paciolla. Only third the Frenc Severine Thomas who got the third position also on the overall ranking. Sylvain Behr - France - reached the third step of the podium in the Chrono Men, after Augustin Tussetto - Italy. Gold Medal for the Italian Renato Pennuti. 

Chrono downhill Women
1- Claudia Massara Ita
2- Martina Paciolla Ita
3- Severine Thomas Fra

Chrono downhill Men
1- Renato Pennuti Ita
2- Agustin Tussetto Ita
3- Sylvain Behr Fra

In the cross competition: Martina Paciolla got the better of both Annalena Rettemberger - Germany, and the other "Azzurra" Claudia Massara. Again Tussetto and Pennuti on the podium of the Chrono Men, but in inverted positions; Bronze medal for Severine Thomas - France.

Cross downhill Women
1- Martina Paciolla Ita
2- Annalena Rettemberger Ger
3- Claudia Massara Ita

Cross downhill Men
1- Agustin Tussetto
2- Renato Pennuti
3- Sylvain Behr

Overall Women
1- Claudia Massara Ita
2- Martina Paciolla Ita
3- Severine Thomas Fra

Overall Men
1- Renato Pennuti Ita
2- Agustin Tussetto Ita
3- Sylvain Behr Fra

Click here for the complete Overall Ranking

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