Unstoppable Duo: Goomes & Lemoine Defend Speed & Style Crowns at Crankworx Innsbruck

INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA, June 23, 2023 – The spectators of Crankworx Innsbruck saw many a Speed & Style legends throw down on the course at Bike Park Innsbruck. This course features long straightaways and two big trick jumps, favouring the stylers more than the speed racers.

We saw Speed & Style powerhouses Robin Goomes and Tomas Lemoine sealing the legacy and taking the gold medal for women and men, respectively. Goomes shared the gold-medal match-up run with her best mate and training partner, with Red Bull rider Harriet Burbidge-Smith who came home with the silver medal. American slopestyle legends dominated the rest of the podium steps with Shealen Reno taking the bronze for women, and David Lieb and Garret Mechem rounding out second and third place for men. It was a first Crankworx podium moment for both David Lieb and Shealen Reno.

60-Second Event Recap: Crankworx Innsbruck Speed & Style

Results: Crankworx Innsbruck Speed & Style

  1. Tomas Lemoine (FRA) // Robin Goomes (NZL)
  2. David Lieb (USA) // Harriet Burbidge-Smith (AUS)
  3. Garret Mechem (USA) // Shealen Reno (USA)

Full results: crankworx.com/results/

Event replay: Red Bull Bike

June 24th brings us to the Super Saturday – double broadcast action starting with Thule Slopestyle Innsbruck followed by Crankworx Innsbruck Pump Track Challenge presented by Raiffeisen Club. There’s a few things on the line as the best Slopestyle athletes in the world get ready to drop into the third Crankworx FMBA Slopestyle World Championship event of the season. From Emil Johansson going for the “Triple-Triple” and simultaneously beating Brandom Semenuk’s record of 11 Crankworx Slopestyle gold medals to David Godziek trying for a world’s first… Tune in to make sure you don’t miss a second of the action. Stay up to date with all things Crankworx Innsbruck: crankworx.com

Photos for media use: Flickr

About the Crankworx World Tour
Crankworx is the ultimate experience in mountain biking. Born in Whistler, B.C. in 2004, Crankworx has evolved into a multi-stop international festival series. The Crankworx World Tour brings together the best mountain bike athletes to compete in elite-level competitions in a variety of disciplines. Crankworx World Tour festivals also host races for amateurs, CWNEXT categories for next gen athletes, Kidsworx contests for young riders, participatory events and celebrations of mountain bike culture, all while showcasing amazing destinations. For additional information, visit crankworx.com.