EWS Announces Qualified Riders for the Trophy of Nations

Aug 23, 2019
by Ed Spratt  
Isabeau Courdurier is no stranger to the podium in Finale - but will she be up there with her fellow Frenchwomen at the Trophy of Nations

The Enduro World Series has announced the riders who have qualified to compete in the Trophy of Nations race in Finale Ligure next month. Some of the teams are looking strong already and we can't wait to see who will come out victorious.

The team format is important because all 3 riders in the team will ride each stage together and their combined time on all special stages will be used to calculate the winner. Each team member will also be able to wear the rainbow jersey next year.

Below are the riders who have qualified on merit through their EWS ranking. Nations that do not have 4 riders in the rankings can submit a Wildcard application but the nation must have at least 1 qualified rider for a wildcard application to be considered. The full list including Wildcards will be revealed at the end of the month.

A * denotes the rider has achieved Nation team qualification but has not confirmed attendance.

Qualified Rider List

Team Andorra
MEN

1. Guillem Casal Valls*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



Team Argentina
MEN

1. Jeremias Maio*
2. Gonzalo Serenelli*
3. Martin Raffo*
4. Reserve: Wildcard



Race run berm explosions from Sam Hill We think he even had a grin on his face when he rode past.

Team Australia

MEN

1. Sam Hill
2. Joshua Carlson
3. Connor Fearon
4. Reserve: Wildcard


WOMEN

1. Rowen Fry*
2. Laura Battista*
3. Leonie Picton*
4. Reserve: Wildcard



U21 Men

1. Roland Kyme*
2. Sam Walsh*
3. Jack Hewish*
4. Reserve: Wildcard


U21 WOMEN

1. Fenella Harris*
2. Laura Craft*
3. Wildcard
4.Reserve




Team Austria

MEN

1. Peter Mihalkovits
2. Matthias Stonig*
3. Maximilan Trafella*
4. Reserve: Wildcard


WOMEN

1. Sarah Gamsjaeger*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



U21 MEN

1. Max Fejer*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard


U21 WOMEN

1. Yana Dobnig*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Even a little rain on Saturday evening couldn t derail the Maes Train.

Team Belgium

MEN

1. Martin Maes
2. Bart De Vocht
3. Julien Soussigne*
4. Reserve: Olivier Bruwiere*


U21 MEN

1. Gilles Franck*
2. Jonas Debois*
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Brazil
MEN

1. Andre Luiz Ramos Bretas*
2. Leonardo Miranda Laborne Mattioli*
3. Marcell Nunes*
4. Reserve: Wildcard



Team Bulgaria
MEN

1.Ivan Kolev*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



Jesse Melamed only has one podium finish this season but his consistency has landed him 2nd in the overall.

Team Canada

MEN

1. Remi Gauvin
2. Rhys Verner
3. Jesse Melamed
4. Reserve: Mckay Vezina


WOMEN

1. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau (ALN)
2. Miranda Miller
3. Jennifer Mchugh
4. Reserve: Kayla Morin-blanchette



U21 MEN

1. Jacob Tooke
2. Kasper Woolley
3. Evan Wall
4. Reserve: Milton Mcconville*


U21 WOMEN

1. Lucy Schick*
2. Julia Long*
3. Chloe McKenzie*
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Chile

MEN

1. Pedro Burns
2. Antonio Ovalle Vergara*
3. Milciades Rodolfo Jaque Gonzalez*
4. Reserve: Fernando Javier Riquelme Cardemil


WOMEN

1. Florencia Espineira Herreros*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



U21 MEN

1. Felipe Ignacio Agurto Galleguillos*
2. Jose Pablo Paredas Moreno*
3. Pedro Errazuriz*
4. Reserve: Pedro Donoso


U21 WOMEN

1. Paz Gallo*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Colombia
MEN

1. Gabriel Carvajal
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



Team Czech Republic

MEN

1. Milan Mysik
2. Premek Tejchman
3. Jakub Riha
4. Reserve: Matej Charvat*


WOMEN

1.Fejola Stepanka Nestlerova*
2. Dominika Durcakova
3. Andrea Drengubakova
4. Reserve: Misa Pacakova



U21 MEN

1. Vojtech Blaha
2. Martin Pestak
3. Maxim Adami
4. Reserve: Zdenek Fiedler*




Team Denmark

MEN

1. Frederik Leth*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard


WOMEN

1. Jonna Johnsen*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Spain
MEN

1. Iago Garay Tamayo
2. Gabriel Torralba Garasa
3. Mariano Mari Mari*
4. Reserve: Guillem Sanz Casadevall*



Team Finland

MEN

1. Ville Huikuri*
2. Leo Kokkonen*
3. Jussi Honka*
4. Reserve: Matti Lehikoinen*


U21 MEN

1.Tarmo Ryynanen*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: wildcard




Three wins in a row for Isabeau Courdurier

Team France

MEN

1. Florian Nicolai
2. Kevin Miquel
3. Dimitri Tordo
4. Reserve: Adrien Dailly


WOMEN

1. Isabeau Courdurier
2. Morgane Charre
3. Melanie Pugin
4. Reserve: Laura Charles*



U21 MEN

1. Antoine Vidal
2. Nathan Secondi
3. Francescu Camoin
4. Reserve: Erwan Bibollet


U21 WOMEN

1. Oceane Husson*
2. Margaux Raynaud*
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Great Britain

MEN

1.Leigh Johnson
2.Mathew Stuttard
3.Mark Scott
4. Reserve: Elliott Heap


WOMEN

1. Becky Cook
2. Bex Baraona
3. Ella Conolly
4. Reserve: Katy Winton



U21 MEN

1. Thomas Wilson*
2. Ewan Calton-whitaker*
3. Harvey Rollason
4. Reserve: Louis Brooks


U21 WOMEN

1. Polly Henderson*
2. Harriet Harnden*
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




On the podium in 3rd for Ines Thoma.

Team Germany

MEN

1. Christian Textor*
2. Leonhard Putzenlechner
3. Christian Derkum
4. Reserve: Oliver Dorn


WOMEN

1. Ines Thoma
2. Raphaela Richter*
3. Sofia Wiedenroth
4. Reserve: Magdalena Preusser*



U21 Men

1. Max Hartenstern*
2. Valentin Schleicher
3. Laurin Voth
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Hungary
WOMEN

1. Judit Seffer*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



Team Indonesia

MEN

1. Yoris Sahara*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard


U21 MEN

1. Pahraz Salman Alparisi*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Kelan Grant glides over the roots on stage four.

Team Ireland
MEN

1. Kelan Grant
2. Greg Callaghan
3. Killian Callaghan
4. Reserve: Daniel Wolfe*


U21 MEN

1. Drew Armstrong
2. Jack Devlin
3. Ross Ennis
4. Reserve: Harry Byrne*


U21 WOMEN

1. Leah Maunsell*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Israel
WOMEN

1. Noga Korem*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



Team Italy

MEN

1. Marcello Pesenti
2. Mirco Vendemmia
3. Erwin Ronzon
4. Reserve: Nicola Casadei*


WOMEN

1. Laura Rossin
2. Irene Savelli
3. Jessica Bormolini
4. Reserve: Alia Marcellini



U21 MEN

1. Matteo Saccon
2.Simone Pelissero
3.Hannes Alber
4. Reserve: Nicola Grotti*


U21 WOMEN

1.Nadine Ellecosta*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Japan
MEN

1. Junya Nagata*
2. Daisuke Kurosawa*
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



Team Korea

MEN

1. Sangmok Lim*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard


U21 MEN

1. Junho Kim*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Mexico

MEN

1. Ricardo Francisco Peredo Torres*
2. Tomas Montiel Avendano*
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard


U21 MEN

1. Juan Bosco Mastretta
2. Victor Marin
3. Jose Manuel Munoz
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Netherlands
U21 MEN

1. Manu Warnet*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: wildcard



Team Norway
MEN

1. Espen Johnsen*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard


U21 MEN

1. Ola Javold Landmark
2. Magnus Slinger Sorli
3. Albin Littorin-sandbu
4. Reserve: Wildcard


U21 WOMEN

1. Anna Littorin-sandbu*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




On fire and untouchable all day Eddie Masters flew to his first career EWS win and now sits second in the championship

Team New Zealand

MEN

1. Edward Masters
2. Matthew Walker
3. Cole Lucas
4. Reserve: Keegan Wright*


WOMEN

1. Rae Morrison*
2. Jennifer Makgill*
3. Melissa Newell*
4. Reserve: Phoebe Coers*



U21 MEN

1. Brady Stone*
2. Nils Heiniger
3. John Richardson
4. Reserve: Fletcher Sharman*


U21 WOMEN

1. Zoe Nathan*
2. Frances James*
3. Courtney Ross*
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Philippines
MEN

1. Gabriel III Amigo*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: wildcard



Team Poland
MEN

1. Robert Piekara*
2. Michal Kollbek*
3. Mateusz Balinski*
4. Reserve: Mariusz Jarek*



Team Portugal

MEN

1. Jose Borges*
2. Emanuel Pombo*
3. Joao Carlos Costa Rodrigues*
4. Reserve: Wildcard


U21 MEN

1. Tiago Ladeira*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team South Africa

MEN

1. Matthew Lombardi
2. Jason Boulle
3. Martin Zietsman
4. Reserve: Luke Dinkel*


WOMEN

1.Frankie Du Toit*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



U21 MEN

1. Sharjah Jonsson*
2. Keira Duncan*
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Slovenia
MEN

1. Vid Persak*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



14th today for Caro Gehrig.

Team Switzerland

MEN

1. Maxime Chapuis
2. Gustav Wildhaber
3. Patrick Luthi
4. Reserve: Silvan Marfurt*


WOMEN

1. Anita Gehrig
2. Carolin Gehrig
3. Carina Cappellari
4. Reserve: Sidonie Jolidon*



U21 MEN

1. Liam Seydoux*
2. Robin Janser
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Slovakia
MEN

1. Martin Knapec*
2. Michael Kolar*
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



Team Sweden

MEN

1. Robin Wallner
2. Zakarias Blom Johansen
3. Alexander Kangas
4. Reserve: Adrian Hornqvist


WOMEN

1. Josefine Bjorkman*
2. Jessica Enlund*
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard



U21 MEN

1. Jacob Ekstrom
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Team Taiwan

MEN

1. Dan Sheng-Shan Chiang*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard


WOMEN

1. Chia-Lun Chang*
2. Wildcard
3. Wildcard
4. Reserve: Wildcard




Richie Rude and Shawn Neer blasting down Stage 7.

Team USA

MEN

1. Richie Rude
2. Shawn Neer
3. Cody Kelley
4. Reserve: Marco Osborne*


WOMEN

1. Porsha Murdock
2. Jill Kintner*
3. Clare Hamilton*
4. Reserve: Alexandra Pavon*



U21 MEN

1. Duncan Nason
2. Nicolas Bean
3. Damon Sedivy*
4. Reserve: David Kahn*


U21 WOMEN

1. Isabella Naughton*
2. Lauren Bingham*
3. Syra Fillat*
4. Reserve: Kaia Jensen*






60 Comments

  • 88 1
 That guy Wildcard will have a pretty hard time standing in for so many nations...
  • 32 0
 The Wildcard family has had an extensive migration around the world but their dedication to Enduro is clearly strong everywhere they’ve settled judging by these nominations.
  • 7 0
 @GOrtho: Thanks for clearing it up - I thought he was some kind of mercenary!
  • 6 0
 Wait, you know Wildcard?
  • 5 0
 He's favourite to win in my eyes!
  • 55 0
 You know your team is stacked when Adrien Dailly is on the bench
  • 2 0
 Time for some tactical injuries, someone has to take one for the team!
  • 8 0
 Thought exactly the same thing. But our neighbours can't complain either, with Keegan Wright on the bench.
  • 38 4
 COLOMBIA not COLUMBIA
  • 14 1
 Every time...
  • 7 2
 Thanks
  • 7 6
 In Czech it is actually spelled Kolumbie, so I guess in many more languages there is U instead of O.
  • 1 1
 @mi-bike: 10 could fit the definition of "many more", don't you think? Smile
  • 2 1
 @TheJD: you would think in the Chech republic they'd spell it correctly.
  • 1 3
 Thanks johnchoss87. Also it's US and A, not USA
  • 5 0
 @BudGreen: i thought it was mmmmmeeeerrricaa
  • 5 0
 Didn't Jill Kitner complete only one EWS this year and gets the invite? Hmmm figured there'd be more US women racing in the EWS that would have earned that spot.
  • 6 0
 If Fearon is on point, and Sam has a blinder, the French could be upset.
  • 3 0
 France and Canada looks super strong in the mens, France also in the womens category. Rooting for the Norwegian young guns in U21 who are fast! Hope they do well.
  • 4 0
 New Zeland and Australia too. GB to round out the top 5.
  • 1 0
 UK Mens is stacked!
  • 1 0
 Team Argentina, the most average riders the first name in val di sole said "the track it's really destroy i've never rode on a track like this" DNS pussy! The second name, dude Do you want to come my home to eat an ASADO? fatboy! The third name, time to think in a retirement.
C'mon in Argentina there are so many good riders, and only stay these, they need a dw40 for ride.
The other teams are insane. I hope this organization don't pay a cent for team argentina.
Don't hate me but it's true
  • 4 0
 Prediction (MEN):

1.France
2.Canada
3.Sweden
4.USA
5.New Zeeland

=D
  • 9 0
 Replace sweden with Australia.
  • 10 0
 New Zealand above the USA as well
  • 5 2
 This ALN thing is getting a bit out of hand isn't it?
  • 1 0
 I’m rooting for KM-b making the team.
  • 3 0
 No, not really. It's not very difficult to figure out who they are talking about.
  • 2 0
 @Skooks: they put her name and then ALN in brackets, as though this is the only moniker she can be recognized by now.
  • 1 0
 I have no idea why but the whole ALN thing is irritating.
  • 1 0
 @BenPea: I am sure you can refer to ALN by her full name if you want to. I don't think there is any confusion either way.
  • 3 0
 I didn't know N.Z was sponsored by Pivot!
  • 2 0
 And now you realise their is a lot of injured riders
  • 2 0
 Hell's teeth, took me a lotta scrolling to get to the comments section.
  • 2 0
 Any concern about Masters ? France would have K.Amour and C.Ravanel !
  • 3 0
 katy winton a reserve?
  • 2 0
 I thought exactly the same!
  • 2 0
 @thomas1988: I assume its based on this year's standings and she's missed a few races with concussion
  • 2 0
 @moonsaballoon: I didn't realise becky cook was the highest ranking brit! Fair play to her and totally fair
  • 1 3
 In Portugal there is a guy, that probably has the 3th best Portuguese result ever in EWS race and his name doesn’t even appear.. Sad to know that winning a ESW100 and being in 7 overall in EWS Madeira is not enough to be called.. Portugal being Portugal
  • 2 0
 Hopefully he’s given the wildcard mate!
  • 2 0
 Keegan Wright as a reserve? What's going on?
  • 2 0
 Walker in 9th and Cole Lucas in 10th for the overall.
  • 1 0
 Bit unfair that the south american teams get to put 4 people for each place
  • 1 0
 Team Poland, no one confirmed \_O_/ also I am curious about invitation procedures, what was the criteria?
  • 1 0
 1 France 2 Canada 3 Australia
  • 1 0
 Elliot heape in reserve!!! Surely he would be on the team!
  • 1 0
 GO CHILE GO!!!!
  • 1 0
 CEZCH REPUBLIC
  • 1 1
 Team Korea, is that the northern one or the southern one?
  • 1 0
 Since last winter Olympics they are back in the friend-zone Wink
  • 1 0
 Miller time!
  • 1 2
 CAN WE GET LIVE COVERAGE??? Go Portugal!!
  • 1 0
 Probably never.
  • 2 0
 Live coverage? come on.
  • 4 5
 Today I learned that Andorra is a sovereign nation.
  • 31 0
 Only for the last 741 years, so it's a new thing that probably doesn't show up on your history books yet.
  • 2 0
 @nozes: haahaa nice one!
  • 4 2
 lol typical 'murican comment

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