News 2 Sep 2022

Junior and Women's Trophy teams in ISDE podium contention

Four days in and the Aussies are making ground at Le Puy En Velay.

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Team Australia is now ranked third in both the Junior World Trophy (JWT) and Women’s World Trophy (WWT) following day four of the 2022 International Six Days Enduro (ISDE), as our World Trophy (WT) squad dropped to P15.

Top of the Aussies on day four at Le Puy En Velay in France was Daniel Milner, who was 13th outright and fifth of the E1 runners on Thursday.

Fellow World Trophy rider Andy Wilksch was 23rd with Josh Green 25th in the category, while debutant Todd Waters was unable to complete the stage.

Junior World Trophy rider Kyron Bacon had a standout day, second in the category and also directly behind Milner in E1 for sixth position. Korey McMahon was 15th in the category and Blake Hollis 20th on Thursday.

As for the Women’s World Trophy team, Jess Gardiner was fourth in the category during day four, with Emelie Karlsson 12th and Ebony Nielsen 13th position.

Spaniard Jocep Garcia leads the outright classification following four days, extending his lead in the standings with just two days remaining. It’s still Great Britain at the top of the World Trophy, now also leading the Women’s, while Italy is atop the Junior rankings.

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