EVIE Richards' finished her 2021 Mountain Bike World Cup season with two wins at Snowshoe in America over the weekend.

In what was the final weekend of the competition, Malvern's Richards won the short track race on Saturday with a time of 22 minutes and 12 seconds, beating Trek Racing teammate Jolanda Neff to the tape.

As if one win wasn't enough, the Brit then doubled-up with a win in the cross-country Olympic race on Sunday, with a time of 1:14:53, to give her an overall second-place finish in the World Cup standings.

"I won and I’m second in the overall, I’m just speechless. I can’t believe it," said Richards to trekbikes.com. 

"I was quite stressed in the race. It was really hard to hear the splits because the crowd was so noisy,” she added.

“I was just riding my race, but also knowing that if someone came up to me, I still had a bit more room to push.

"So I felt really in control but also a little bit stressed because I didn’t know who was behind me or what the split was or anything."

Richards cruised to the win in the end, however, by two minutes and crossed the line with her arms in the air and a huge, as always, grin on her face.

"The only thing that would make it better would be to have my mum and dad here with a flag," she said.

"But I’m sure they’re going to be crying at home and super happy."

The result means Richards has won consecutive World Cup rides, having earned her first World Cup victory in the penultimate event in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, on Sunday September 5.

It tops off what has been a sensational few months for Richards, who won gold at the 2021 Mountain Bike World Championships in Italy last month, fresh off the back of a seventh placed ride at the Olympic Games in Tokyo in July.