Steve Holcombe won rounds eight and nine of the 2019 British Sprint Enduro Championship, but it was Jack Edmondson who brought the title home earning Sherco their first British Championship.
The past weekend, August 17 -18, Green Hall Farm hosted rounds eight and nine of the British Sprint Enduro championship. Riders took seven special test on Saturday and eight on Sunday with Steve Holcombe being the fastest both days. Despite not winning, two runner up finishes were enough for Jack Edmondson to clinch the British Sprint Enduro Championship title.
Edmondson secured the championship with his second-place finish on Saturday but didn’t slow down for Sunday and finished second to Steve again managing to steal a test win from the world champion. Edmondson’s title also means Sherco’s first British Championship.
"I'm super happy to wrap up the overall British Sprint Championship on Saturday. I've been working hard for this result all year and the people around me have been very supportive so it's a great to get to this point,” said Edmondson.
“Sunday was another good day for me with second overall behind Steve again. I'm really pleased to have put in some good times and even win a test half way through the day.”
Dan Mundell secured a great finish to his 2019 British Sprint Enduro Championship even if the weekend didn’t start as planned. A crash on Saturday when he was running second left him with a broken finger and he could only place fourth. Sunday went better for Mundell as he was able to overcome the pain and finished third.
Alex Snow found himself in strong form on the last weekend of Sprint Enduro Championship and finished third on Saturday. On Sunday, despite posting the second-fastest time on the third test, Snow had to content himself with a fourth place.
British Sprint Enduro Championship round eight results:
British Sprint Enduro Championship round nine results:
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