News 31 Aug 2022

Australia remains P7 in World Trophy after ISDE day two

Strong showing for JWT and WWT teams to move forwards.

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Following day two of the 2022 International Six Days Enduro (ISDE), Team Australia remains seventh in the World Trophy (WT) as the United Kingdom moved into the lead with a fast and consistent showing.

Daniel Milner was the quickest of the Australians again in France, posting the eighth fastest time outright to land second for the day in E1.

A time of 2h23m14.98s from Milner, Todd Waters, Josh Green and Andy Wilksch saw Australia seventh on day two in the WT, 5m16.09s from the pace-setters Team United Kingdom. The combined times from both days see Australia 8m29.11s from the top.

An impressive showing from Australia’s Junior World Trophy Team (JWT) saw the trio of Kyron Bacon, Korey McMahon and Blake Hollis finish third on the day, elevating them to P4 one-third of the way through the event.

The green and gold Women’s World Trophy (WWT) Team of Jess Gardiner, Emelie Karlsson and Ebony Nielsen completed day two P3 in the category, seeing them rise to P4 in the classification with four days remaining.

Josep Garcia was again the fastest rider outright for the day two, however, with each of his teammates more than a minute and a half slower Team Spain dropped to third in WT standings, behind the United Kingdom and the consistent Team Italy who were second on both days.

Detailed results