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International MX News : MX / SX World Championships
04.12.2007 IFMXF FIM World Championships in Fortaleza (BRA) - Preview

The ultimate Freestyle MX World Champinships 2007 Final in Brazil

On December 08th the ultimate final of the IFMXF season 2007 will happen in Brazil with the NIGHT of the JUMPs. In the football stadium Estadio Castelao in Fortaleza, Brazil the 12th and last contest of this years FIM Freestyle MX World Championships take place.
Ailo Gaup (NOR) - Cliffhanger / Photo by: steh.de / IFMXF
Ailo Gaup (NOR) - Cliffhanger / Photo by: steh.de / IFMXF
For this season ending event the currently crown FMX World Champion Ailo Gaup from Norway will come. Next to him both Norway’s André Villa and Oystein Kjorstad, Libor Podmol (CZE), Brice Izzo (FRA), Jimmy Verburgh (BEL), the Germans Fabian Bauersachs, Lukas Weis and Freddy Peters, Steve Mini from Australia and two Brazilian FMX riders will start.
The final decision of the World Championship happened already at the 11th contest in Mannheim/Germany. But for the IFMXF premier in Brazil every rider will show his best tricks. And the audience will push the riders. The Estadio Castelao has a capacity of 60.000 people and for this first big Brazilian FMX contest the stadium will be packed. So the NIGHT of the JUMPs in Fortaleza appears to the biggest IFMXF event ever.
Libor Podmol (CZE) - Rock Solid Indy / Photo by: steh.de / IFMXF
Libor Podmol (CZE) - Rock Solid Indy / Photo by: steh.de / IFMXF

FIM Freestyle MX World Championships - Ranking (after 11 contests):

  1. Ailo Gaup (NOR, Honda) 179 points
  2. Libor Podmol (CZE, Suzuki) 150
  3. Remi Bizouard (FRA, Yamaha) 133
  4. Fabian Bauersachs (GER, Kawasaki) 112
  5. Lukas Weis (GER, Suzuki) 91
  6. Fredrik Johansson (SWE, Suzuki) 86
  7. Oystein Kjorstad (NOR, KTM) 82
  8. Mat Rebeaud (SUI, KTM) 78
  9. Romain Izzo (FRA, Honda) 76
  10. Sebastian Wolter (GER, Suzuki) 63
  11. André Villa (NOR, Suzuki) 52
  12. Mike Mason (USA, Honda) 38
  13. Brice Izzo (FRA, Yamaha) 34
  14. Jimmy Verburgh (BEL, KTM) 33
  15. Bartosz Oglaza (POL, Suzuki) 31
  16. Massimo Bianconcini (ITA, Honda) 29
  17. Freddy Peters (GER, Yamaha) 25
  18. Adam Jones (USA, Honda) 21
  19. Martin Koren (CZE, Kawasaki) 19
  20. Kevin Burcklen (FRA, Suzuki) 16
Author: Oliver Franke ... [back]
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