ISDE 2018 CHILE, DAY 2; USA DROPS BACK

In the World Trophy class, Australia put on an impressive ride by taking the lead over USA by 1:31. Australia’s Daniel Milner took charge by winning five of six tests and winning the day’s overall.  He was followed by teammate Daniel Sanders, and USA’s Taylor Robert.  Taylor holds onto the combined individual overall by a mere three seconds. Italy maintains third place in the standings 3:23 behind Australia. Not everything  is rosy for the Aussies, though. Lyndon  Snodgrass was forced to retire with a blown engine. That means Australia can’t suffer any missteps for the rest of the week. Going into day three and four the riders will be racing on three new tests giving everyone a fresh new start.

Italy continues to hold the lead in the Junior Trophy standings, while USA moved into second place ahead of France. Italy’s Andrea Verona took the days overall by finishing an impressive fifth place, USA’s Grant Baylor continues lead the individual overall finishing seventh overall on the day.

Australia’s Woman’s team continues to lead the standings over team USA, Spain would finish the day in third place.

Australia’s Daniel Milner put on an impressive ride today by winning five of six test. Copyright Darrin Chapman
Taylor Robert Maintains the lead in the individual overall. Copyright Darrin Chapman
Grant Baylor changes his tires in the final work period, before impound. Copyright Darrin Chapman
Australia’s Tayla Jones and teammates continue to lead the woman’s class. Copyright Darrin Chapman

 

 

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