Toni Bou closes his tenth Trial world title

The best version of Toni Bou remains unstoppable in his firm goal of adding his tenth consecutive outdoor world title. At the Belgian GP, held in the small town of Comblain-au-Pont, he scored a great victory in the context of a race where he went from less to more, enduring the discomfort in his back as a result of a recent fall in training.
During the first lap
Toni Bou
He finished in fourth position with pain in his delicate shoulder, but in the consecutive laps his performance has been better, consolidating the first place in the race ahead of his main rival, Adam Raga, with whom he already accumulates an advantage of 23 points at the head of the provisional classification with only four races left to play.
adam raga TRS trial belgium 2016

Adam Raga
has also had a tough weekend, not without some mechanical setbacks and some very consistent rivals. His performance, from less to more, has allowed him to finish second after the tiebreaker with Albert Cabestany, who today seemed to have everything in his favor after the initial records.
Fourth position for
Jeroni Fajardo
, who has already recovered from his neck spine, followed by Fujinami, who maintains his third place in the provisional standings, and
Jaime Busto
The Trial World Championship will continue this coming weekend with the British Trial Grand Prix in the English town of Tong.
Podium Trial Belgium 2016
Toni Bou
I was able to solve the race in my favour at the end of the second lap and in the last lap, but the riding was not good, I didn’t feel too good on the first lap, my back hurt a bit from a fall in training and despite not being comfortable, I felt a little better as the trial went on. I’m very happy with the result, we’ll have to work for next weekend, working on my back to get to England in good shape.
Tini Bou GP Belgium Trial 2016
Takahisa Fujinami
I’m not very happy about fifth place. I was in the top positions until the middle of the race. There was a misunderstanding with the time they gave and I missed the podium by very little. I felt very comfortable with the bike, I went well, but with everything that happened, I’m not happy. I’m still third overall, and with four races to go nothing is done yet, but I think I’m on the right track.
Adam Raga
“It was a tough trial and I didn’t ride very fine. The times were very tight and by cancelling two sections on the third lap he was less selective. I’m happy with the second place finish. Now I want to go for the win.”
Jaime Busto
In the areas with the barrel that has formed, I didn’t feel very comfortable. They’re not my favorite type of zones, that’s obvious. I rode a bit clumsy at the beginning, I only made a zero on the first lap, in the last section. On the second lap I felt a bit better on the bike, but it wasn’t enough. Over the course of the trial, the sections have not improved.

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