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- The Atherton Project: Season 2, Episode 4
The Atherton Project: Season 2, Episode 4
- JUN 22, 2010
- Gee Atherton
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- Episode Four of The Atherton Project begins in Belgium at the first round of the 4X World Cup. Gee has to watch from the sidelines due to a shoulder injury, so Dan’s left to fly the flag for the Athertons. Can he get his season off to a flyer? Then it’s on to Maribor, Slovenia for Round One of the Downhill World Cup. Disaster strikes for Rachel as she breaks her finger before the event, but this seems to make her even more determined. As the rain slows the course down, is she going to attempt the impossible and get herself on the podium? Find out here...
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