From the left, David Luongo, Youthstream Director, the new European Champions Jorge Prado Garcia (EMX125), Emil Weckman (EMX150), Nick Kouwenberg (EMX250) and Dr Wolfgang Srb, FIM Europe President - Photo ©Youthstream.
ASSEN (The Netherlands), 30 August 2015 – The final rounds of the world’s number one amateur motocross series, the European Championships EMX250 and EMX125, took place amidst the epicness of the MXGP of The Netherlands this weekend.
ASSEN (The Netherlands), 30 August 2015 - After a championship fight that went down to the last race, Emil Weckman emerged triumphant with two dominant rides that saw him take the championship title today in Assen.
From the left, John van den Berk, MX Academy trainer, Martin van Genderen, MX Academy Coordinator and trainer, Giuseppe Luongo, president of Youthstream, Dr Wolfgang Srb, FIM Europe President, and Martin de Graaff, FIM Europe 1st Deputy President and MX Academy Project leader - Photo © Youthstream.
Today in Assen, the Netherlands, after the qualifying races of the World MXGP and MX2, an important event of MX Academy was held: the young riders who attended the Academy received their first certificates.
The FIM Europe Track Racing Commission took the following decision:
on 28th June 2015, during the speedway match of Team Championship of Poland (Extraleague) anti-doping control was carried out and the tested rider was Oleksandr Loktaev (FMU). The PZM was informed by the Polish Commission Against Doping in Sport (PANDA) about a report from the WADA accredited laboratory in Warsaw about the presence of AAF – Adverse Analytical Finding in a urine sample collected from Oleksandr Lokataev.