News 3 Sep 2022

Team Australia maintains ISDE charge on day five

Further trouble strikes our World Trophy contenders on Friday.

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The Australian team is maintaining its charge at the 2022 International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) in France with a single stage remaining this weekend.

Both the Junior World Trophy team and Women’s World Trophy team continue to sit third in the standings, while the World Trophy team is now 21st following troubles of both Todd Waters and Josh Green.

It was once again EnduroGP regular Daniel Milner who led the way for the Aussies in 12th on Friday as fourth of the E1 entries. He maintains those same positions overall, while Andy Wilksch sits eighth in E3.

Team Australia is still third in the Junior World Trophy rankings, led by Kyron Bacon with a brilliant fifth in E1 today – also 10th overall – and Blake Hollis is 24th in class. Korey McMahon currently sits 24th in E2.

Our Women’s World Trophy team is also on track for a podium, as Jess Gardiner is fifth overall followed by teammates Emelie Karlsson and Ebony Nielsen in 12th and 15th positions, respectively.

It’s still Spaniard Jocep Garcia who leads outright, while Great Britain is in charge of the World Trophy and Women’s World Trophy standings, as Italy heads the Junior World Trophy with one day to run.

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