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champion Emma-Nellie Ortendahl and Estonia’s Katriin

Nilbe – all three picking up Moto wins this year and locking

out the podium places.

Uzare has the advantage of a nine point cushion over

Ortendahl, the pair delivering two standout Motos in

Gallipoli with the Latvian rider picking up her maiden UIM-

ABP Moto and GP win and they were at it again in the first

Moto in Olbia, Uzare again coming out on top. Then Nilbe

stepped up and joined the title challengers’ party, picking up

her maiden Moto success to split Uzare and Ortendahl, but

has work to do in third, 23 points back of the points’ leader.

Heading the chase to try to get amongst the end of year

podium slots is Britain’s Mollie Fearn who has enjoyed a very

solid debut season on the UIM-ABP tour with a best Moto

third and fourth overall in Olbia, Estonia’s Jasmiin Yprause

with two top six finishes, the younger of the Borgstrom

sisters Sofie, who picked up her best ever Moto and GP

result with a third and fourth overall in Gallipoli and Jonna,

who looks to be coming back to form after her crash and

suffering a broken arm in Sharjah last year.

There may be only 20 points separating first and second

spots in Freestyle but barring some sort of meltdown or not

The Ladies division has produced

some of the outstanding racing

and performances of the season

Uzare has the advantage of

a nine point cushion over