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Adam Raga, Trial World Championship's runner-up

The Gas Gas rider has taken two podiums in the difficult British Grand Prix

The town of Penrith was the site chosen to end the Outdoor Trial World Championships. With the title decided, the focus was on the fight for second place with three drivers in contention: Jeroni Fajardo, Albert Cabestany and Adam Raga. The Gas Gas rider came fourth and who has more difficult to succeed. Intermittent rain was a special guest for this feat and made ​​all the participants penalized more points than usual. Bou and Fujinami were on top two positions at the end of the first day, and a special runoff election in which only had 17 points, gave the podium to Raga, ahead of Fajardo, fourth.

On the second day, the pressure was an evidence with Fajardo as virtual runner-up as three points behind Raga and Cabestany overall. The test required the maximum of the three candidates. At the end of the first round Raga and Fajardo were separated by four points and any error tip the balance in favor of either. But again, the rider from Ulldecona has been highlighted in a second pass almost perfect, with only 6 points on the board, the same as Toni Bou, who has won again. Finally the second position has been the runner-up Adam Raga by just one point advantage over Fajardo, and allows him to repeat as runner-up.


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