Results: Isabeau Courdurier and Adrien Dailly Win EWS Tasmania 2

The French are coming! Tasmania produced two first-time EWS winners as the rain made another race day appearance to keep everybody on their toes.

Results: Isabeau Courdurier and Adrien Dailly Win EWS Tasmania

​After spending a few warm and dusty days practicing on Tasmania's awesome trail system, the racers woke up to to heavy skies and dropping temperatures on race day. There were plenty of worried faces as fear of a Roturua repeat grew, but wet and cold was as bad as it was going to get - mud wasn't an issue here as the sandy soil held up well to the downpours. Nevertheless, racing in the wet is never easy, especially when you've been practicing in the dry, and it showed in the early stage results as there was plenty of leaderboard drama to keep everybody guessing to the very end. Some of the pre-race favorites fell foul of weather or mechanicals early on, and only their late charges saw some kind of "order" restored. When all was said and done however, there were two new faces on the top step of the podium. Isabeau Courdurier capped off a remarkable return from an illness that saw her abandon the race in Rotorua just two weeks ago, charging hard on the trails of Tasmania to secure 5 out of the 7 stages and grab her first race win in fine style. Adrien Dailly rode consistently throughout the day to hold off a spirited challenge from Greg Callaghan and Sam Hill to claim his first EWS triumph, and climbing right to the top of the overall standings after two rounds in the process.

2017 Enduro World Series Tasmania - Results Men (full results)

2017 Enduro World Series Tasmania - Results Women (full results)


2017 Enduro World Series Standings After Round Two - Men (full standings)​

2017 Enduro World Series Standings After Round Two - Women (full standings)​

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