Top 10 riders of Trial history

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Top 10 riders of Trial history

1-Laia Sanz: Also known as the Queen of the Desert, the catalan Laia Sanz has been 13 times Trial World Champion and 4-time world champion Enduro. He has also participated in the Dakar being among the top positions.

2-Emma Bristow: The English Emma Bristow on 2014 became the first British rider who won the women’s World Championship Trial. He also won last year’s European Championship Trials.

3-Iris Krämer: Born in Germany and rival of the aforementioned Laia Sanz, this 34-year-old won the Trial of Nations in the women’s category two years (2003-2005) and was champion of Women’s Trial in Germany for 6 years (2002-2007). In 2009 he announced his retirement due to an injury to his arm.

4-Rebekah Cook: The rider competed in the British Championship Trial for women since 2004. She earned her first victory that year, until she was defeated by Emma Bristow 2014. On the world stage has been runner-up in 2008, 2009 and 2010 behind Laia Sanz and Emma Bristow.

5Alba Lara Rose: The young Spanish rider has managed to remain at the top of the CET (Trial Championship in Spain) and other competitions in the same category. He has also won the Championship of Catalonia Open in  “Féminas Base” in 2012 and 2013 came third.

6-Donna Fox: The 31 years British and teammate Rebekah Cook can boast of having been third in the British Championships women’s Trial in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015.

7-Ina Wilde: She has won 4 times the female German Trial Championship in the years 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2014. She has also been the winner of the women’s European Championship Trial in  2014 .

8-Theresa Bauml: From Germany, was the champion of the European Female Trial Championship in 2015. In 2012 and 2013 Bauml was second behind Ina Wilde in the female German Championship.

9-Mireia Conde: Member of state trial team, with 23 years has won the Trial of Nations in the female category for the years 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012. After competing in the Beta team, he changed to the Ossa team officer and then she returned to Beta in 2013.

10-Sandrine Juffet: The young French rider remains the hegemonic leader of the French Championship Trials for women from 2007 to 2015, beating Claire Betrand who had a run of six consecutive wins in previous years.

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