With the outright fastest time on the day, Spain‰Ûªs Josep Garcia topped the Enduro 1 class for the sixth time. Consistently proving himself as the rider to beat each day, Garcia secured the overall category win. Behind him, Ryan Sipes held off top Junior Lyndon Snodgrass by thirty-eight seconds after more than four and a half hours of timed racing to claim second. Australia‰Ûªs Luke Styke and Finland‰Ûªs Eero Remes completed the top five.
Signing off on his 2019 FIM ISDE in style, Taylor Robert claimed the day six Enduro 2 win to ultimately claim the overall category victory. Ensuring another memorable result for the United States, Kailub Russell joined him on the podium in second. Italy‰Ûªs Davide Guarneri rounded out the top three.
Fraser Higlett was the top Junior in fourth, with his fellow Australian compatriot Josh Green taking fifth.
Australian Daniel Sanders was the standout of the event, claiming the Enduro 3 class and taking 5 of the six overall wins, including the final motocross. Brit Daniel McCanney finished over eight minutes behind sanders USA's Steward Baylor third
In the final battle for Enduro Women honours, Brandy Richards secured the day six win over Germany‰Ûªs Maria Franke. However, it was Franke who enjoyed the spoils of victory claiming the outright Enduro Women‰Ûªs win in this year‰Ûªs FIM ISDE.
Richards, helped by her final day‰Ûªs success, took the runner-up spot, while Great Britain‰Ûªs Jane Daniels - Husqvarna was third. Australian Jessica Gardiner and Spain‰Ûªs Mireia Badia were fourth and fifth respectively.
The final day of competition in the EVT class saw Italy‰Ûªs Stefano Passeri - KTM come out on top. He was followed home by Australia‰Ûªs Rick Madden - Husqvarna in second with Mario Rinaldi - KTM third.
The ninety-fifth edition of the FIM ISDE will take place in Rivanazzano Terme, Italy from 31 August 31 to 5 September 2020.