As the outright individual winner on day five, Josep Garcia powered his way to a fifth consecutive Enduro 1 day victory in Portugal. Sweeping all seven special tests for the third time this week, the Spaniard looks all but assured of the overall class win thanks to a six minute and twenty-three second lead. With one day remaining, second placed Ryan Sipes from the United States has built his advantage over Australian Lyndon Snodgrass to thirty-five seconds. Holding third overall and twenty-nine seconds up on compatriot Luke Styke, Snodgrass is the best placed Junior rider.
The Enduro 2 class saw one of the day‰Ûªs closest battles with the United States‰Ûª Kailub Russell narrowly beating teammate Taylor Robert by seven tenths of a second for the win. Robert, however, will sleep well tonight knowing he has got a one minute and twenty-two second lead over Russell for the category win. Italy‰Ûªs Davide Guarneri remains third overall, with Australian‰Ûªs Fraser Higlett and Josh Green fourth and fifth respectively.
"Finally a better day for me with a fifth outright in E2, it has been a rough week injuring my ankle and finger along the way but I finally had a good day. I'm looking forward to the final moto tomorrow," Green said,
Daniel Sanders topped the Enduro 3 class for the fifth day in a row. The Husqvarna rider also made it his fourth clean sweep of special test wins. Placing second and third to Sanders, Great Britain‰Ûªs Danny McCanney and Steward Baylor strengthen their footing on the final Enduro 3 podium entering day six.