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Trial European Championship: Gianluca Tournour wins in Cortenova

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Trial European Championship: Gianluca Tournour wins in Cortenova After one year of stop due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Trial European Championship came back to action. The first round of the 2021 season took place on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 May in Italy. The race, originally scheduled in Santa Flora, near Grosseto, was held in Cortenova thanks to the organization of the Moto Club Valsassina. A warm sunny day and a high technical level racetrack welcomed the best riders of the discipline. In the main category great challenge between the Italian Gianluca Tournour, Sondre Haga and home rider Matteo Grattarola. At the end Tournour won with 19 points, 2 ahead of the Norvegian rider and 7 of the countrymen. In the Trial Over 40 Cup the Czech rider Martin Kroustek got the better of Andrea Buschi e the Slovenian Severin Sajevec. The English Alice Minta won the Trial Women
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2021 Trial European Championship Calendar update

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2021 Trial European Championship Calendar update  The FIM Europe, together with the Trial Sporting Commission, would like to inform of the update to the 2021 calendar of the Trial European Championship. The first seasonal round scheduled on the 29th-30th of May in Santa Fiora, Italy, will now take place in Cortenova because of the failure of the Tuscany Region local authorities to carry out the event. Here below the updated calendar: 29th-30th of May - Cortenova, Italy 31st of July and 01st of August – Grossheubach, Germany 07th – 08th of August – Kramolin, Czech Republic    
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Trial European Championship Provisional Calendar

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Trial European Championship Provisional Calendar The FIM Europe is delighted to share the provisional calendar for the 2021 Trial European Championships. European Championship, Junior Cup, Over 40 Cup 04th April Breal sous Monfort France 30th May Santa Fiora Italy 01st August Grossheubach Germany 08th August Kramolin Czech Republic Women Championship and Youth European Championship 03rd April Breal sous Monfort France 29th May Santa Fiora Italy 31st July Grossheubach Germany 07th August Kramolin Czech Republic  
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Trial European Championship: day 2

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Trial European Championship: day 2 Gabriel Marcelli Spanish Gabriel Marcelli (Montesa) clinched the European title in the most prestigious class while the European Junior Cup went to Austrian Marco Mempor (Beta) and the European Over 40 Cup to Italian Andrea Soulier (Beta). Nobody of these three champions won in the final round held in Brezova, Czech Republic: they used their important lead acquired previously to reach their goal. To climb the highest step of podium in the championship class was Spanish Francesc Moret (Montesa) , almost a veteran attending this category, always in the top positions. Marcelli arrived just behind him and ahead of an other country mate, Aniol Gelabert (Scorpa) who, thanks this performance, climbed to the third place in the final standings. Vice-campion Italian Gianluca Tournour (Gas Gas) ,today only in fourth position. Still a victory for French  Kieran Touly (Scorpa) in the Junior class but Mempor yielded
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Trial European Championship: day 1

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Trial European Championship: day 1 Andrea Sofia Rubino Norwegian Ingveig Hakonsen (TRRS) and Spanish Pau Martinez (Vertigo) are the first 2019 European champions in Women and Youth's classes. Last round was held  in a nice forest near in Brezova, North-West of Czech Republic. If the Youth title got by Martinez was quite expected and he caught it arriving second behind British Jack Dance (Gas Gas), on the contrary it was a bit surprising that Hakonsen beat her rival Italian Alex Brancati (Beta) in the final standing, just  for the discriminant of having got the best performance in this race, the last one. Hakonsen won today starting soon strongly: she cleaned the whole first lap and lost 3 marks in the second one. Brancati finished in fourth, having collected two fives:  one n each lap. Her score was 5 and 6. Between the two protagonists of this championship, German Vivian Wachs
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Trial European Championship: final round in Czech Republic

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Trial European Championship: final round in Czech Republic Gianluca Tournour Final round for all the categories of the 2019 FIM Europe Trial Championship in Brezova, Czech Republic in this coming week-end. The small town, part of Sokolov district, situated in the West of Czech Republic, close to German border, will welcome in its forests all the best European riders fighting to get the 5 titles not yet assigned. Two day-event - as all the other's of this season -  consists of all the classes of the European Trials. This good choice allows the clubs with riders belonging to different categories to come in large number of their members. Moreover there are  the International classes,  invented for beginners and being one level lower than the respective classes of riders competing for a title (or cup) they are more accessible to everybody. On Saturday, the 17th,,  it will be decided the European
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Trial European Championship: day2 in France

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Trial European Championship: day2 in France Andrea Soulier Spanish Gabriel Marcelli (Montesa) , French Kieran Touly (Scorpa) and Italian Andrea Soulier (Beta) ruled in Ancelle, France, FIM Europe Trial Championship, round # 3. Being too stressed the last year champion and leader until this round, Matteo Grattarola (Sembenini Nils Redmoto Montesa), decided to have a rest to prepare himself better for the hot final in the world championship and did not take part in this event.  So the battle with his number one rival both in the world and European series has been postponed in September. Marcelli thanked and won easily scoring 3 and one point in the two laps. More interesting the challenge for the positions behind him. It was an Italian matter, between 2015 European champion Gianluca Tournour (Gas Gas) and Lorenzo Gandola (Vertigo). Both scored 10 points in the first lap, then the former improved to 8,
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Trial European Championship: Hakonsen and Martinez ruled in France

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Trial European Championship: Hakonsen and Martinez ruled in France Ingveig Hakonsen Norwegian Ingveig Hakonsen (TRRS) and Spanish Pau Martinez (Vertigo) topped the podium in their respective classes, Women and Youth's, in Ancelle, French Alps, for the third round of the  2019 FIM Europe Trials Championship. In a wonderful mountain scenery the best very young riders and the women played their cards in this penultimate round of the series. In both the categories counting for a European title, there was a very close fight and the victory was assigned by a hair's breadth. Between the Women, Hakonsen broke the consecutive wins of Italian Alex Brancati (Beta) – who grabbed the runner-up position – riding at high level and limiting her mistakes. She led from the beginning, dropping 12 and 13 marks in the two loops. On the other side Brancati suffered the pressure in the first lap, ended only in fourth
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Trial European Championship: ready to set in France

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Trial European Championship: ready to set in France Gabriel Marcelli The 2019 FIM Europe Trial Championship is again on the scene and all the titles will be assigned in this hot month. Two events full of competitions. The first one, number three in the series, will be held in the upcoming week-end at Ancelle, near Gap, in the French Alps. Last time that Ancelle hosted an international event was in 2002. It was a two-day round of the FIM World Championship. After 17 years the local club will welcome the best of European riders split through all the different categories. The heart of the event will be in the Pré Joubert car park (snack bar, restaurants and some sections). Other sections will be located at the cemetery of Ancelle castle, under the cross St Philippe (ski slope valley) and at the Collet d'Ancelle, Faudon road. On Saturday, the 10th , 
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Trial European Championship: Grattarola, Mempor and Soulier rule in Monza

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Trial European Championship: Grattarola, Mempor and Soulier rule in Monza Matteo Grattarola Matteo Grattarola (Sembenini Nils Redmoto Montesa), Marco Mempor (Beta) and Andrea Soulier (Beta) the “quickest” into the Monza circuit! It seems a paradox but the second round of this Trials season was real organized inside the famous racetrack of Monza. It was already happened 20 years ago for a round of the Italian championship. Then environmentalists protested for what the trial bikes damaged in this huge green park. The Moto Club Monza had to pay fines, so any further organization was discouraged. Only now after this long period, the Trials was back in this wonderful place, with many attentions, hoping to start a new era. Of course a lot of sections were indoor-style but the loop was short and being the admission free, we finally saw more spectators willing to watch the event. Marco Mempor In the Championship
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