Janine Jungfels (AUS) has claimed her first podium of the 2017 UCI Trials World Cup season finishing third at Vöcklabruck, Austria over the weekend.
The 2015 world champion accrued 14 points from the five sections in her run, with current world champion Nina Reichenbach (GER) taking the win and France’s Manon Basseville the silver.
The Brisbane rider currently sits 11th in the overall rankings after only one event, with the next round to be held at Les Menuires, France in two weeks.
Meanwhile Troy Brosnan (Canyon Factory Racing) backed up his world cup win a week ago with an agonising second to Greg Minnar (Santa Cruz Syndicate) at the fifth stop of the Downhill World Cup season in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.
The Adelaide downhiller missed top spot by .162 to remain in second place overall behind Minnar.
Tracey Hannah (Polygon UR) has dropped to second in the elite women overall standings after finishing fourth behind Myriam Nicole (Commencal/Vallnord), who made it back to back victories over the weekend.
The Cairns product finished fourth behind the Frenchwoman.
Pat Butler (Bergamont Factory Team) and Darcy Coutts (AUS) produced their best performance in the Junior Men so far with a sixth and eighth respectively.
It was a tough day for the cross-country riders with Rebecca Henderson (BecandDan) the best of the Aussies finishing in 29th in the elite women.
Riders now have a month off before the next world cup race in Mont Sainte Anne, Canada.
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