NZ’s Courtney Duncan wins Round 6 Women’s World Motocross Championship at Switzerland

NZ’s Courtney Duncan wins Round 6 Women’s World Motocross Championship at Switzerland

NZ’s Courtney Duncan wins in grand style at Round 6 of Women’s World Motocross Championship in Switzerland this weekend.

Photo Credit: MXGP

Photo Credit: MXGP

After winning the WMX Opening Round in Qatar earlier this year, Duncan sustained injury in an unfortunate incident in Round 3, while leading the 7 Round Series and had to return to NZ for surgery.

Missing the following 2 Rounds Duncan dropped from the Women’s World Motocross Championship Title contention, yet remained determined to stamp her mark back on European dirt in the Women’s Final 2 Rounds.

With only 2 weeks on the bike, Courtney matched the World Women’s class, picking her lines, making the passes and winning with a comfortable gap of 10 seconds in Race 1.

Race 2 Duncan sat comfortably in 2nd having nailed total points to take Round 6 win in Switzerland- great achievement for the 20 year old!

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