It’s the second year in a row Weiss and Poor have claimed the European titles (last year they did at XTERRA Denmark). For Weiss, the reigning XTERRA World, Asia-Pacific, and European Champion, the victory is his second in as many weeks and fourth on the year. For Poor, the win is her seventh out of nine races on the XTERRA European Tour this year.
After XTERRA Germany, the top positions did not change. François Carloni has a solid lead over Roger Serrano who moves up to 2nd after today’s podium. Arthur Serrieres dropped to third after a flat tire caused a DNF today. Max Chané moved up to 4th. Peter Lehmann placed 15th today, so takes a few points and sits in 5th place. With his second victory on the European Tour and with big points for the win today, Bradley Weiss climbed up the ladder to the sixth spot.
Carina Wasle, after nearly 15 years of racing XTERRA, looks like she is on her way to winning her first XTERRA European Tour title. There was no change to the top six in the ranking for the women, but from 7th to 10th we had some movement with Mairhofer, Garcia, Slater and Orchard moving up.
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