It was an impressive performance by the Australian, who lead every heat, including the final.
Pullin was ecstatic with the win and said he really wanted to make it happen today.
“I was a little disappointed yesterday, and came up today really hungry. You had to ride with a bit more feeling because the light was pretty flat,” Pullin said.
Pullin crossed the line in the six-man final ahead of Spain’s Lucas Eguibar in second and Canadian Kevin Hill in third.
OWIA athlete, Jarryd Hughes, backed up his eighth placing on Saturday with an impressive fourth on in the second event, just falling short of a podium finish but rounding out a great weekend for the 19 year-old.
In the women’s race, OWIA team member Belle Brockhoff made it through to her second consecutive final of the weekend. An error in the final proved costly, with Brockhoff settling for sixth for the second day in a row. The final was taken out by Canadian Dominique Maltais.
Cam Bolton did not take his place for the second event.
The riders now head to La Molina, Spain for next weekend’s final round.