By Chris Armstrong •
The 2023 Lenzerheide World Cup became one for the history books with N1NO breaking the world record with his 34th World Cup win. Plus further successes for SCOTT athletes.
Lenzerheide, Switzerland. World Cup Lenzerheide has never disappointed and the 2023 edition, the last World Cup that Lenzerheide will host for the coming years, will go down in history as one to remember. N1NO Schurter stormed to a breathtaking 34th World Cup victory on home soil with an outstanding performance that now makes him the World Record holder, and undisputed Greatest Of All Time. The next generation made their mark as Dario Lillo of SCOTT Davos Development Team took his first U23 XCO victory, and additional win in the XCC. In the first World Cup of the season, SCOTT DH Factory set the bar high for their season opener with a 5th place finish on the podium for Marine Caribou.
N1NO The Great Makes History in Lenzerheide
N1NO Schurter, the Greatest Of All Time, breaks World Record with his 34th World Cup win at legendary home race in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.
Lenzerheide, Switzerland. There’s no other mountain biker like him. 4795 days after his first ever World Cup win in Dalby Forest, UK in 2010, N1NO Schurter, the Greatest MTB athlete of all time makes history with a World record-breaking 34th World Cup win on home-soil in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.
As the crowds gathered across the mountain resort, the atmosphere was electric. The chants of “NINO…! NINO…!” echoed throughout the valley in anticipation of seeing the home-town hero race on this iconic track. Lenzerheide, home and training ground of Nino Schurter, is also part of Nino’s greatest successes. Consecutive World Cup wins in 2016 and 2017, then crowned World Champion across the same line in 2018. Could N1NO Schurter write the perfect fairytale and also break the World Record here, at home in Lenzerheide?
Of course. The Greatest Of All Time just got even greater, surpassing Julien Absalon and setting a new benchmark that will likely last forever.
On Sunday, N1NO Schurter crossed the line in front of a phenomenal home crowd to celebrate one of his biggest successes to take his record-breaking 34th World Cup win.