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Great Britain's Ruaridh Cunningham is over the moon after securing the Junior Men's Downhill World...
Great Britain's Ruaridh Cunningham is over the moon after securing the Junior Men's Downhill World Championship at Fort William 10 days ago. The 18 year-old, who has become Scotland's first Mountain Bike World Champion, told Scotsman.com he can't believe it after screaming down the track two seconds quicker than America's second place John Swanguen in front of a home crowd.
"I think I'm dreaming," he stated. "It feels amazing to be the first British man to win a world title - and to be Scottish and do it in Scotland is pretty cool."