Men’s Trophy Team stay in sight of the podium and Nieve has her best result yet. Day 4 is over and done with meaning that two out of the three loops are complete, with a new one tomorrow. Thank you to Saintswell MX & Enduro Centre for sponsoring Day 4!
Day 4 saw the same loop and set of special tests as Day 3, meaning that the riders had some advantage in knowing what to expect. Everyone improved on their times from yesterday!
The Men’s Trophy Team have just slipped down into third place overall after France managed to pull 50 seconds on them today, putting them 10 seconds ahead in second place. The team had a better day than Day 3, so they’re looking to continue that momentum into tomorrow and continue making small improvements.
Nieve Holmes had her best day yet, finishing 6th overall in the Women’s World Trophy class! Despite having a very tough day, after plenty of encouragement from the support team, she pushed through and everyone is so proud of her for achieving her best result yet- what a trooper!
Harry Edmondson and Max Ingham placed 11th and 13th in the Junior World Trophy Class after some great tests. They are both doing incredibly well, placing 35th and 38th overall respectively amongst many of the World Trophy competitors, and they are feeling very thankful for two cooler days!
Everyone is looking forward to the final day of enduro tomorrow with some new tests!
Download a selection of photos from Day 4 here
World Trophy- P2 Overall
Nathan Watson- P5 E2, P7 World Trophy, P8 Overall
Jamie McCanney-P6 E2, P8 WT, P9 OA
Jed Etchells- P3 E1, P11 WT, P12 OA
Alex Snow- P14 E2, P22 WT, P30 OA
Junior World Trophy
Harry Edmondson- P11 Junior World Trophy, P35 OA
Max Ingham- P13 JWT, P38 OA
Women’s World Trophy
Nieve Holmes- P6 Women’s World Trophy, P74 OA