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Emma Bristow Successfully Defends Her SuperEnduro World Championship

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Great Britain's Sherco mounted Emma Bristow defended her crown to take the glory and the 2015 World SuperEnduro Championship in Finland.

Riding with supreme confidence she set the fastest time in qualifying before going out and producing a clear win the first race. She then used her valuable experience to come home a safe second in race two and take the title to make her a three times world motorcycle champion, twice in SuperEnduro and once in Trials.

"This is the result I wanted as I have worked very hard this winter so I am really happy to retain the title." Bristow said. "I carried a six point lead into the final round and with this in mind after setting the best time in qualifying and taking the first race win I was comfortable to come home second in the final race knowing I had done enough to retain my crown."

"This world championship winning result is not just down to me the rider as the team around me have helped to make this another success for Sherco. Everyone involved has contributed in one way or another. I would like to thank all my valuable sponsors for providing the best products which allows me the opportunity to compete at the very highest level of the sport.

"I will now take a short break before I move my focus to the defence of my trials titles."

Round 1 Results
1: Emma Bristow
2: Sandra Gomez
3: Sanna Karkkainen
4: Jane Daniels

Round 2 Results
1: Gomez
2: Emma Bristow
3: Karkkainen
4: Daniels

Final Championship Results
1: Emma Bristow 77
2: Gomez 71
3: Daniels 56
4: Karkkainen 50
5: Franke 26
6: Pechout 2

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