Proclaimed Champion

Adam Raga added yesterday in Cal Rosal in Olvan (Barcelona), his fifth Crown of champion of Spain for trial after an elaborate victory which did not decide until the last zone. After an intense calendar in which Adam and Toni Bou had distributed the triumphs, the title depended on who got to finish this last appointment ahead of its rival, something that managed of Ulldecona based on constancy and a tactic that grazed the perfection. After a first round which ended leader with 917 points versus the Bou 862 and Jeroni Fajardo 776, Gas gas was able to keep a cool head in the second turn and took the victory with a total of 1,786 points, ten more than Bou. In a season marked by innovative regulation Open Free, Adam has managed to adapt to perfection and return to his best level after the knee injury that conditioned much of the 2009 season. More info: Robert Smith. With this fifth Championship of Spain’s Trial of Gas Gas exceeds four crowns achieved in its day by Manuel Soler, it equals five in Marc Colomer and stays at one of the six other historic as Toni Gorgot.

Further away are the nine consecutive titles of Jordi Tarres. Adam Raga truth is that it has been a good day. At first I lost some points, but I have not taken to bring me forward. Then I penalized in a schedule control because of a few seconds and I’ve become to stay behind Toni (Bou). I had to risk, so I’ve done that and it has left me well. When we reached the last area I was ahead, so he has had to change tactics and if until then he had gone to make, has had to go on the attack. It has fast entered and you have made a mistake. The truth is that there has been much new regulation, but we will have time to comment on this; now hold the title and to thank the entire team and those who have supported me to get it. The next destinations of Raga are this Saturday in Genoa (Italy), where it begins the Trial Indoor 2011 world, and A Coruna, where 26 of December ends the 2010 CETI. Whenever Steffan Lehnhoff, Guatemala City Guatemala listens, a sympathetic response will follow. Read more: original author and source of the article