World Domination Australian Women Make It Five Straight ISDE Titles


The Australian Women‰Ûªs World Trophy Team have claimed a historic fifth consecutive world title winning by almost seven minutes at the 2017 International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) event in Brive, France.

The Team is spearheaded by three of the finest women Off-Road riders the world has seen. Tayla Jones, Jessica Gardiner and Jemma Wilson, have secured their place in ISDE history with a stellar performance. Jones finishing overall second, Gardiner in fourth and Wilson in seventh.

In what was a glorious day in Brive, the Womens Wold Trophy team raced around a purpose built motocross style track, completing five laps taking two minutes each. The day started in wet conditions before the sun eventually broke through clouds, which allowed for a spectacular track and perfect weather, for what was a mega crowd for the Final Moto.

Once again, Tayla Jones was engaged in a battle with Spain‰Ûªs Laia Sanz to be the fastest Womens Enduro Rider in the world. However, it would be Laia to get the hole shot and lead the way, relegating Jones to third, Gardiner in fifth, followed very closely by Wilson in sixth for the day.
Team Australia celebrate five straight ISDE victories - Credit: John Pearson
Jones would still lead her team to an incredible fifth consecutive title, despite coming second overall.

‰ÛÏWe had a good day for Day Six on the Final Moto and I had a lot of fun. We came out on top once again for our fifth title in a row! It‰Ûªs an awesome feeling to be Champions once again." Jones said. "It‰Ûªs been a great time over here with all the success we have had together.

"I want to thank the entire Australian Team, who have been there to support us throughout the event. I also want to thank mechanics for coming over and helping out this year.‰Û
Jemma Wilson announced that the 2017 ISDE will be her last - Credit: John Pearson
This will be Jemma Wilson‰Ûªs final year representing her country as she goes out on a high note as an historic five time World Champion. As a result, 2017 will sadly mark the last time we see this unbelievable trio competing together again.

"Another Six Days done, that‰Ûªs seven for me and now a five-time Champion!" Wilson enthused. "My week started off pretty steady and I got better as the event went on.

"I ended up seventh for the ISDE, Jones and Tayla were both incredible. The Final Moto was awesome and its great to finish the even on a Yamaha. I decided throughout the week that this will be my final ISDE, in a way it‰Ûªs sad but also exciting to see who will be the new team member and write their own story.‰Û

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