It didn't quite have the tension of last week's press conference, but it was interesting to see first-timer Cooper Webb in there, as well as Ryan Dungey, and now two-time winner, Eli Tomac.
2/5/2017 4:32 PM
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Cole Seely: "I was yelling at myself in the helmet there."
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Cole Seely: "I want to be up there battling for wins."
Justin Brayton: "There's been weeks where he ruins me."
Ryan Dungey: "Nobody handed me anything. There was no crown."
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Ryan Dungey: "For this sport, we need him."
Justin Hill: "I came from that far back and almost won the thing, what happens if I can get out there and not mess with all those guys?"
Cooper Webb: "It gives me hope that I don't totally suck."
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2/5/2017 10:57 PM
told you guys dungey wasn't the fastest rider.yes he's consistent,but fastest?...no way.all his titles came on the back of poto's,kroc's,tomac's injuries.
2/6/2017 9:38 AM
tpo - how many SX titles have you captured on the backs of injured riders?
2/6/2017 10:09 AM
Ryan generally goes as fast as he has to. When he's comfortable with the course? He's as fast as anyone. When he's not (and has points to burn?) he'll back it down a notch or two. But he's always there. Saying his titles came at the expense of other rider's injuries? Um, no.