Brigit­ta Poor and Bradley Weiss win XTERRA Euro­pean Championship/XTERA Ger­many
27. August 2018
Cari­na Wasle and Roger Ser­ra­no win XTERRA Nor­way
4. September 2018

Xavier Daf­flon and Cari­na Wasle win XTERRA Fin­land

A week ago both were on the podi­um at the XTERRA Euro­pean Cham­pi­onship in Zit­tau…. The Swiss Daf­flon, a bril­liant bik­er, was deter­mined to win the elite field in the far north. Peter Lehmann (GER) stayed close to him, but could not real­ly become dan­ger­ous dur­ing the final trail run. 3rd place went to the Aus­tri­an Dominik Wychera.

Among the women, the most active and indus­tri­ous XTERRA pro-ath­lete of the Euro­pean series could final­ly be hap­py about a vic­to­ry at a race of the tour. All in all, how­ev­er, she has already been on the “podi­um” twelve times this sea­son, an unbe­liev­able per­for­mance. She rel­e­gat­ed the British Nicole Wal­ters to sec­ond place and the Swiss Miss Rena­ta Buch­er to third.

With this vic­to­ry Cari­na con­sol­i­dat­ed her lead­ing posi­tion in the tour rank­ing, ahead of Brigit­ta Poor from Hun­gary and Hele­na Karasko­va from the Czech Repub­lic. Fran­cois is still in first place in the men’s XTERRA Euro­pean Tour, Peter Lehmann is mov­ing up to sec­ond place, which he obvi­ous­ly likes after the not so good race in Zit­tau and dis­places Roger Ser­ra­no (ESP) to third place.

We are curi­ous if much will change in the order after XTERRA Nor­way and XTERRA Den­mark.

The fin­ish­er list Elite at a glance

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