Wow, a super-tough weekend of racing is done and dusted over in Val d'Isere, France, with familiar faces taking both the male and female categories and a standout performance from a certain young Belgian rider by the name of Maes...

A huge congratulations to Jerome Clementz who has put in enough of a points lead to now claim the title of Enduro World Champion - the first ever - with one round spare. What a great turnout for the amiable Cannondale rider. It looks to us as though the second-place result (T-MO actually took the fastest time in women's before receiving a time penalty for failing to display her race number correctly) for Britain's Tracy Moseley should also give her enough of a bumper to win with a round in hand but we'll update with confirmation when we get it.

Men's Val d'Isere Enduro World Series results

1: Jerome Clementz

2: Jared Graves

3: Fabien Barel

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Men's winner Jerome Clementz.

Women's Val d'Isere Enduro World Series results

1: Anne Caroline Chausson

2: Tracy Moseley

3: Cecile Ravanel

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Women's winner Anne Caroline Chausson.

Juior Val d'Isere Enduro World Series results

1: Martin Maes (whose time was third fastest out of all categories... pros better watch out!)

2: Aurelien Demailly

3: Clement Decugis

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The junior category is always one to be watched. Martin Maes put in a time good enough for third overall in the 'general classement'.

First day highlights - stay tuned for the full event highlights early in the week