Trial Magazine - - INTERNATIONAL -

The fast-emerg­ing tal­ent of Great Bri­tain’s Toby Mar­tyn shone through with a well cal­cu­lated ride in a very low-scor­ing event. On the open­ing lap it was sec­tion nine where the marks were lost as Mar­tyn parted with a one, fol­lowed by a two on sec­tion ten mak­ing up his first lap score of three marks lost. The young Span­ish tal­ent of Aniol Ge­labert was hot on Mar­tyn’s heels as he lost just two marks on his open­ing lap to take a small lead. On the sec­ond lap in a true test of nerves Mar­tyn, Gabrielle Mar­celli and Jack Peace all repli­cated their first lap scores to make up the top three at the close of the sec­ond lap. For young Ge­labert the chance of vic­tory dis­ap­peared with a stop — and the five marks it comes with — on sec­tion nine to deny him his first Trial2 vic­tory. Se­ries leader Mat­teo Grat­tarola had a disas­ter of a day to come home in sixth po­si­tion. RE­SULTS: 1: Mar­tyn 6; 2: Mar­celli 8; 3: Jack Peace 8; 4: Dan Peace 9; 5: Aniol Ge­labert 11; 6: Grat­tarola 14; 7: Pe­trella 18; 8: Moret 18; 9: Haga 21; 10: Poli 31.

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