U.S. LEADS ISDE JUNIOR TROPHY

Christophe Nambotin leads the ISDE overall with two Americans close behind. Photo: Jake Miller.

France, Australia and Finland lead the World Trophy standings at the end of day two of the ISDE. The U.S. sits in 16th after the loss of Thad Duvall on day one, but the Junior Trophy team of Josh Toth, Michael Layne and Grant Baylor lead their class, slightly ahead of France. The remaining three U.S. Trophy members are also doing exceptionally well as individuals. Taylor Robert sits in second overall and second in the E3 (large displacement) class just seven seconds behind Christophe Nambotin of France. Likewise, Ryan Sipes sits in second in the E1 class, and is fourth overall individual. Kailub Russell is sixth in the E2 class.

Taylor Robert is only seven seconds behind for top individual. Photo: Jake Miller.
Ryan Sipes topped the 1 class on day two, and is second in cumulative standings in that class. Photo: Jake Miller.

America’s star club rider is Cody Webb, who is third in that competition. His four-man club team is in fourth. For more complete results, go to http://www.fim-isde-live.info/

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