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Yamaha’s Women’s Off Road Brigade extatic with A4DE Domination.
Gardiner did more than that and stamped her authority on the event taking the final day win and with ease
Yamaha mounted Jessica Gardiner has claimed victory in the Women‰Ûªs category of the 2018 Australian Four Day Enduro, completed last week at Cessnock in NSW.

In hot, dry and extremely dusty conditions, Gardiner proved to be a force to be reckon with as she took control of the event on the opening day, taking a nine second lead over here nearest rival, Jemma Wilson. She extended her lead on Day two before losing some time on day three but the result was never really in doubt and all that was required on the final day was some commons sense racing so secure the 2018 A4DE crown.

But Gardiner did more than that and stamped her authority on the event taking the final day win and with ease and winning the Women‰Ûªs division by 43 seconds. 2018 marks the fifth time Gardiner has won the prestigious event.

‰ÛÏWhat a tough and successful week,‰Û
Yamaha’s Women’s Off Road Brigade extatic with A4DE Domination.
Wilson‰Ûªs A4DE success is impressive. Eleven starts for eleven finishes with 10 on the podium and all on a Yamaha.
Claiming second place and finishing her A4DE career on a positive note was Queenslander and fellow Yamaha racer, Jemma Wilson. Wilson shadowed Gardiner all week and the friendly rivalry between the pair elevate them beyond the rest of the women‰Ûªs field.

Wilson‰Ûªs A4DE success is impressive. Eleven starts for eleven finishes with 10 on the podium and all on a Yamaha. She steps away from the A4DE as a role model for Women‰Ûªs sport over the past decade, although her love of riding is far from over.

‰ÛÏThank you to everyone who has help, supported, encouraged and believed in me over the past 11 years,‰Û
Yamaha’s Women’s Off Road Brigade extatic with A4DE Domination.
Third place and rounding out the all Yamaha podium was Emelie Karlsson.
Third place and rounding out the all Yamaha podium was Emelie Karlsson. She finished the four days three minutes behind Gardiner but proves to be as consistent as ever in a very tough event.

On top of the Women‰Ûªs success, the 2018 Yamaha Australian Four Day Enduro was another strong showing for Yamaha riders and teams. With Styke and Gardiner claiming class wins, Green and Wilson finishing second in the E2 and Women‰Ûªs as well as Ruprecht and Karlsson taking third in their classes, there was a lot of blue on the podium.

‰ÛÏIt has been a good event for Yamaha with our supported riders again doing well,‰Û

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