UCI Mountain Bike World Cup: Rachel Atherton wins record sixth downhill title
Britain's Rachel Atherton won the downhill title at the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup for a record sixth time by claiming the final race in France on Saturday.
Atherton, 30, clocked two minutes 51.421 seconds to beat compatriot Tahnee Seagrave by less than a second.
Seagrave, 23, finished in 2:52.059 to comfortably beat French rider Myriam Nicole (3:03.083) in La Bresse.
It was Atherton's third win in this year's World Cup.
She earlier won in Leogang, Austria and Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada, and she needed to be in the top three in France to finish above Seagrave in the standings.
Seagrave also had three race victories this year to finish second overall.