Champions (2nd part) At the second day at the final round of the Enduro European Championship in Rüdersdorf (at Berlin) the last champions were crowned.
Big winner became the Brit Tom Sagar, already won the championship of E2-class at the first day: With an other time being the fastest rider on the tests of the second day, he also took the title in Overall-class. And the third time he had to step up the podium, when the british Trophy took the third place in the team-championship.
In the E3-class still the title was waiting – and a second place behind Rony Nikander was enough for the Swede Martin Sundin on his Husqvarna to win the championship. Sundin was still three positions in front of his rival Radek Toman.
In the three junior-classes the first title was given by an other rider stopping the race: Patrick Markvart, who took the lead in the Junior-E1-classafter the first day, when Pellegrinelli, because of his injury, could not finish. But he himself had to quit, when an electric defect at his bike was not to be repared. Thus the French David Abgall took the title, after he came third, with 20 points backlog, to that final competition!
In the junior-E2/E3-class it was a clear victory from Jeremy Carpentier: The Honda-rider from France got the title with a second win in two days.
In the youngest class, the juniors under 20 years, a 4th place was enough forMirko Spandere from Italy to take the title. Even the win of his fellow contryman Matteo Pavoni could not change the result.
At the final competition of the Europe Enduro Championship the Nations start against each other:
Host Germany was successfully winning the trophy in front of Italy and England.
The Junior-Trophy was won by France in front of England and Italy.
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