After two nights of action, the 2016 Geneva SX has come to a close. Fans that filled the Palexpo center were treated to incredible racing from a mixed field of competitors that included regulars to the French SX Tour and a few hired guns from the United States. Marvin Musquin claimed the wins in both main events and with this, earned his third “King of Geneva” crown. Justin Brayton and Malcolm Stewart tied for points over the weekend, but a better finish on the second night put Brayton second overall and Stewart third. Justin Barcia’s time in Switzerland was eventful from the very start, as he suffered a crash in the first practice session on Friday and then rallied back to two fourth-place rides in the main events. Kyle Chisholm was a last-minute addition to the race and despite a lack of resources when compared to his competition, fared well against the stout field.