Toni Bou reaches 22 World Championship titles

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The Repsol Honda rider keeps increasing his track record with yet another outdoor championship title, thanks to the second position he achieved today at the Czech Republic Trial.

Toni Bou con Takahisa Fujinami y Jaime Busto
Toni Bou reaches 22 World Championship titles

El objetivo del día era conseguir el título y estoy muy contento


Toni Bou

Toni Bou has 11 Outdoor World Championship titles and another 11 indoor championships that settle him as the absolute leader of this discipline.

In today’s round, the Repsol Honda rider finished second after a complicated race.

During this championship, Bou gathered today’s second position, 7 wins and a third place so far.

His team mate at the Repsol Honda Team, Jaime Busto, finished on the podium in third place and is also third in the championship.

Takahisa Fujinami was fifth after a good performance despite being one of the first riders to go out to a cold and damp morning in the Czech Republic.

The eighth and last round of the Trial World Championship will take place next weekend at Arco di Trento, Italy.


Toni Bou

The day got complicated from the beginning. I fought to win the race, but it couldn’t be, although the aim was to get the title and I’m happy. The damp terrain we found today it’s not really the one I like the most or the one where the bike works better, but we gave our all to end on the podium. This season was very good, the first win in Camprodón and the two victories in Japan, where Adam Raga lost points, were important, as were the two wins in the United States.

Takahisa Fujinami

I want to congratulate Toni [Bou] for his 11th outdoor title. Today it wasn’t easy and I wanted to fight for a good result, but the terrain was very difficult. Jaime [Busto] and I finished very close in the end and neither of us felt comfortable. I finished fifth when I could have done better. I could have finished third, but two mistakes prevented me from doing it. This week I’ll work more for the next race to finish fourth in the World Championship.

Jaime Busto

I started quite well, with few points, but I really didn’t feel comfortable in these zones. I slowly took more penalties and lost some places in the second lap, but I was able to finish third, with is very important for the championship.

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