Our WT squad completed the event P21, Great Britain victorious.
The Australian Junior World Trophy (JWT) team concluded the 2022 International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) in fine form to secure third overall, as the Women’s World Trophy (JWT) team also completed the event on the podium while our World Trophy (WT) squad dropped to P21.
A strong showing from Kyron Bacon, Korey McMahon and Blake Hollis saw the trio set the quickest JWT time on Saturday, and strengthen their position in third overall to conclude the 96th edition of the ISDE.
Bacon finished the six days third in JSE1, fifth in JWT and 26th overall, with McMahon 44th overall, sixth in JWT and eighth in JSE1. Hollis was 56th overall, 12th in JWT and eighth in JSE1.
Our WWT team of Jess Gardiner, Emelie Karlsson and Ebony Nielsen finished fourth on day six to finish the event a comfortable P3. Gardiner was fourth overall in the Women’s category after Saturday as Karlsson and Nielsen were P12 and 15 respectively.
Daniel Milner continued his charge to be the fastest of the Australians on day six. He was fourth on Saturday in E1, also fourth in the category for the event and 12th overall.
Wilksch finished 33rd overall for the event, while Todd Waters and Josh Green were unable to start the final day. Team Great Britain ultimately won the WT ahead of Italy and Spain, as Italy were victorious in the JWT and Great Britain in the WWT. Josep Garcia of Spain was the fastest outright at Le Puy En Velay.