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Final Results: Red Bull Valparaíso Cerro Abajo Urban DH 2022

Feb 27, 2022
by Ed Spratt  
The Red Bull Valparaíso Cerro Abajo urban DH race returns again in 2022 as riders take on the tight and technical streets of Valparaiso in Chile. After some incredibly tight racing, Pedro Ferreira took the win over Tomas Slavik by only 0.04 seconds.

Check out the full results below.

You can watch the replay of the event here




Results:

1st. Pedro Ferreira: 2:18.95
2nd. Tomas Slavik: 2:18.99
3rd. Johannes Fischbach: 2:19.27
4th. Camilo Sanchez: 2:19.52
5th. Juan Velez: 2:20.55
6th. Matías Nunez: 2:20.90
7th. Lucas Borba: 2:21.71
8th. Felipe Agurto: 2:22.71
9th. Sebastián Alfaro: 2:25.03
10th. Oscar Härnström: 2:25.13
11th. Pedro Burns: 2:26.47
12th. Nicolás Rodriguez: 2:26.58
13th. Felipe Benavides: 2:27.41
14th. Mario Jarrín: 2:28.80
15th. Andreas Kukulis: 2:33.73
16th. Alberto Nícolas: 2:46.033



Live Updates:

10:51 am PST

Riders are now on course with Andreas Kukulis heading out first.

10:53 am PST

Andreas Kukulis sets the first time of the day with a 2:33.73.

10:54 am PST

Bernard Kerr won't be taking to the start line in finals after a huge crash in qualifying.

10:58 am PST

Second rider of the day Sebastián Alfaro goes fastest and only four seconds off the top qualifier.

11:01 am PST

Felipe Benavides crosses the line 2.38 seconds back and slots into 2nd place.

11:04 am PST

Mario Jarrín couldn't match the speed of Sebastián Alfaro and finishes in third place.

11:11 am PST

There are some timing issues on course, but it looks like Matías Nunez is now leading.

11:18 am PST

Alberto Nícolas has a massive crash on the long stair section. Alberto is quickly back on the bike and making his way down the rest of the course.

11:24 am PST

Juan Velez puts together a wild run as he sends big gaps on the stair section. He goes fastest at the bottom of the course despite a small mistake and avoiding a dog on the course.

11:27 am PST

EWS racer Pedro Burns keeps it smooth all the way to the finish line to go fourth. A stray dog on the course did look to slow him down slightly.

11:30 am PST

Felipe Agurto doubles down the big stair section and stays hard on the pedals to cross the line third.

11:33 am PST

One of the favorites for the win today Tomas Slavik does all he can and goes into the top position so far.

11:35 am PST

With five riders left the current top five is:

1st. Tomas Slavik: 2:18.99
2nd. Juan Velez: 2:20.55
3rd. Matías Nunez: 2:20.90
4th. Felipe Agurto: 2:22.71
5th. Sebastián Alfaro: 2:25.03

11:41 am PST

Oscar Härnström can't match the top times and goes sixth.

11:45 am PST

Lucas Borba loses a bit of time at the bottom of the course and finishes fourth.

11:48 am PST

Camilo Sanchez comes off a win at the Red Bull Monserrate Cerro Abajo Urban DH to take second place by 0.53 seconds.

11:51 am PST

Another favorite for the win Johannes Fischbach powers down the course to go second by 0.28 seconds. There is only one rider left to try and beat Slavik.

11:54 am PST

Pedro Ferreira goes fastest and wins by just 0.04 seconds!





30 Comments

  • 14 2
 OH SHEEEIT
"Bernard Kerr won't be taking to the start line in finals after a huge crash in qualifying."
  • 8 0
 His crash looked pretty horrific but he appears to have escaped unscathed.
  • 10 0
 Why on earth didn’t they have better coverage on the best part of the track?!! Could hardly see them on the large staircase!!
  • 15 0
 Maybe you will discover that in next seasons.
  • 10 1
 Why isn’t Slavik and HUGE star, for years he has been producing the goods.
  • 1 0
 While slaying on a Ghost. I supposed they ain't that bad after all.
  • 4 1
 Results with the good timing:

1st. Pedro Ferreira: 2:18.95
2nd. Tomas Slavik: 2:18.99
3rd. Johannes Fischbach: 2:19.27
4th. Camilo Sanchez: 2:19.52
5th. Juan Velez: 2:20.55
6th. Matías Nunez: 2:20.90
7th. Lucas Borba: 2:21.71
8th. Felipe Agurto: 2:22.71
9th. Sebastián Alfaro: 2:25.03
10th. Oscar Härnström: 2:25.13
11th. Pedro Burns: 2:26.47
12th. Nicolás Rodriguez: 2:26.58
13th. Felipe Benavides: 2:27.41
14th. Mario Jarrín: 2:28.80
15th. Andreas Kukulis: 2:33.73
16th. Alberto Nícolas: 2:46.33
  • 7 0
 Race run difficulty, two dogs.
  • 5 0
 Is this the closest win in history?
  • 2 0
 Johanes fishbach I knew he would be top rider was wondering where he was at the last urban then found out he crashed during qualifying
  • 4 0
 Is Bernard ok?
  • 2 0
 @yoobee: ta, thats is a big crash, maximum ouchys
  • 3 0
 Did rob confirm he is commentating the world cups?
  • 4 0
 Who won the womens?
  • 9 8
 Sadly thats the biggest problem with redbull, they don't include women in these races, or any of their great events, it sucks.
  • 3 3
 Red Bull has some sports where women compete. For instance cliff diving. Bit of a broad stroke with your keyboard there. @mae-fr:
  • 2 2
 @mae-fr: Red Bull is in the business of making money.
  • 3 0
 What an awesome race! Got me so excited for World Cup racing coming back.
  • 3 0
 Does anyone know why Remy didn't participate?
  • 8 8
 Isn’t fast enough
  • 1 0
 I’ve been wondering the same.
  • 10 0
 @freeridejerk888: Was 5th at the last edition. Did not make it due to Covid.
  • 2 0
 That’s the American fans logging out.
  • 2 0
 bubbles and squeak youz
  • 1 0
 @jokermtb: Only if it has brussel sprouts in it.
  • 2 0
 Shit those top 5 guys were hauling. Tight and FAF!
  • 1 0
 The best thing about Outside is they targeting the people who read.
  • 1 0
 close race
  • 2 2
 .004

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