You may have seen most of our daily race report videos, but now it's time for us to share our long-awaited 2013 highlights reel with you. It contains a few more interview insights than we showed you in the daily reports, and of course plenty of previously unseen racing footage.
RESULTS RECAP 2013's race was the most exciting we've seen in the battle for outright (and indeed Pro Mens') victory, which was decided on the final day. In fact it came down to just 1 second separating eventual winner Nicolas Lau from runner-up Jérôme Clementz, after 24 Special Stages and 2h 40m 49s (or 8449 seconds) of racing. This might make the battle for 1st place at Mavic® Trans-Provence 2013 the closest run thing in the history of MTB Enduro racing.
Anka Martin of Juliana Bicycles staved off a certain degree of late-week challenge from Emily Horridge and Kelli Emmett to round off a week of general domination, taking her first Mavic® Trans-Provence victory in the women's GC by just over 6 minutes.
Neither Chris Ball nor Sven Martin put a foot wrong aboard their Santa Cruz Bronsons, with the Scot and sort of Kiwi winning the 2013 Amateur Mens' and Masters' categories, respectively.
The complete set of 2013 report videos and results can be found here.
2014 RACE ENTRY The question is, where do we go from here? The answer is: sign up for next year! ENTRY APPLICATIONS FOR MAVIC® TRANS-PROVENCE 2014 OPEN ON 04 NOVEMBER 2013! Instructions on how to apply for entry can be found here.