The mountain bike world cup was held again this year in Mount Saint Anne, Quebec, Canada. Touted as the hardest and longest of the world cup circuit, the downhill course was made harder this year by endless days of torrential down pour. The Sea to Sky Cable Cam crew braved the elements to film the 4X and DH race amid high wind, showers and flying mud. The international mountain bike festival and world cup was aired live by TVA Sports and Freecaster.tv and was viewed on 42 channels in 17 countries. A spectacular event with insane crashes from jagged rocks and huge airs at high speeds. The Sea to Sky Cam crew were able to film flawless footage of every competitor using only two levels of lightweight scaffolding for the control station and two barrels of water for ballast. The lines were stretched out 750 feet to a tree at the base allowing the broadcasters to move several camera positions higher up the course to capture more of the event. The entire Sea to Sky Cam took less than a day to rig, including the building of the small tower, proving once again that the Sea to Sky Cable Cam crew are fast and furious!