2023 Author: Nicholas Abramson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-09-01 00:16
After more than a month of stoppage, this weekend the Outdoor Trial World Championship has returned, with the dispute of the Senez Trial (France), and how could it be otherwise, Toni Bou has returned to achieve victory, fourth in a row. The Catalan rider's streak has not been affected by the five weeks of inactivity, and he continues to delight with his overwhelming dominance wherever it goes. The 5,000 spectators who gathered there can attest to this.
A spectacular route by Toni helped him to achieve the victory with a difference of 17 points over Adam raga, second classified once again. He is the only one who manages to plant some resistance to the Repsol-Montesa HRC rider, but he still needs a "plus" to be able to dispute the victories.
There was more emotion in seeing who took third place, given the tough fight between Dougie lampkin and Takahisa fujinami. A fight that would finally favor the British rider by a single point of difference.
The next appointment of the World Cup will be on June 2 and 3 in Motegi (Japan), and two rounds will be played.
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