MotoSurf GP of Tatarstan knows the winners!

Buy D10 Valium Online The UIM MotoSurf WorldCup Championship resumed the action after summer break, this time on the Asian Continent of Russian capital of sports, the city of Kazan, hosted the best MotoSurf riders in the world as the Grand Prix of the Republic of Tatarstan was held on the September 28th– 30thon the River Kazanka.

click More than 50 riders from all around the world competed in 6 categories – Open, Stock, Women, Rookies, Juniors and Electric Challenge. The 2021 season is really unique for the whole sport. It‘s the first season in the history of this sport when the young riders in the Rookie and Junior category are fighting for the World Title. It’s also the first season of the Electric Challenge – the very first fully electric powered category of a kind in the history of powerboating. 

https://pkuatm.org/2024/05/13/6ixqoywm The city of Kazan welcomed riders from 7 different countries. The spectators witnessed riders representing Russia, the United States, Czech Republic, South Korea, Belgium, Slovakia and India, including Mr. Aliasgar Calcuttawala who participated in his first race on the WorldCup level.

The official top three results:

https://dentaris-sa.com/2024/05/13/7nzpu8jul Open Class

  1. Lukáš Záhorský
  2. Stanislav Kovář
  3. Jakub Kornfeil

https://photovisions.ca/dmo66rs Stock Class

  1. Petr Pozdník
  2. Kim Down, South Korea
  3. Ondřej Vymazal

watch Women Class

  1. Aneta Šacherová
  2. Aneta Stloukalová
  3. Natálie Kachlíková

https://domainebregeon.com/mc5c6thn3t2 Rookies Class

  1. Alex Lukscheider
  2. Matěj Kožíšek
  3. Matyáš Novotný

https://discovershareinspire.com/2024/05/yv85ambme41 Junior Class

  1. Eliška Matoušková
  2. Linda Lukscheider
  3. Oliver Navara

https://yplocal.us/fiz3x8j Electric Challenge

  1. Matěj Kožíšek
  2. Michal Skoček
  3. Denis Burda

Over the weekend we could follow the progress of Kim Down from South Korea who debuted in the Stock class and managed to jump on the podium after scoring respectable 2nd place behind Petr Pozdník from Czech Republic. The first ever podium for a Korean rider. Kim talks about his performance: ,,I am really happy that I could come to this beautiful city to compete with the best riders in the world. And I am also really happy about my first podium here in Kazan and I hope this is just a beginning. Thank you very much for this amazing event., I really enjoyed it and I can’t wait to race again!“

The race in Kazan brought Lukas Zahorsky back to the world title chase after the victory challenging Nikolas Blaha. The battle is not over yet and the action continues in Croatia on 1st – 3rd October.