Dougie Lampkin

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Dougie Lampkin

Douglas Martin "Dougie" Lampkin, MBE, also known as Doug, (born Silsden, West Yorkshire, 23 March 1976) is an internationally renowned English motorcycle trials rider. Born into a family steeped in motorcycle sport—his father, Martin Lampkin, was the first FIM Trial World Championship winner in 1975, and his Uncle, Arthur Lampkin, was also a regular winner on the British circuit in the 1960s.[1] Dougie Lampkin has won five consecutive World Indoor (1997–2001) and seven consecutive World Outdoor Championships (1997–2003). He has also won four World Team Championships (Trial des Nations) in years 1997, 1999, 2002 and 2003, six British Adult Championships, two Spanish Adult Championships and the world famous Scott Trial on four occasions.[2]

Lampkin now lives on the Isle of Man. In 2001, he was awarded an MBE for services to his sport.[3]

Lampkin winning 2013 Scott Trial
National and international results.[2]
Year Event Result
1991 Schoolboy B Class British championship 1st
1992 Schoolboy A Class British championship 1st
1993 European championship 1st
1994 British Adult championship 1st
World championship 6th
Scottish Six Day Trial 1st
1995 British Adult championship 2nd
World championship 4th
1996 World championship 2nd
Scottish Six Day Trial (2) 1st
1997 World championship Indoor 1st
World championship Outdoor 1st
World Team championship 1st
British Adult championship (2) 1st
1998 World championship Indoor (2) 1st
World championship Outdoor (2) 1st
British Adult championship (3) 1st
1999 World championship Indoor (3) 1st
World championship Outdoor (3) 1st
World Team championship (2) 1st
British Adult championship (4) 1st
2000 World championship Indoor (4) 1st
World championship Outdoor (4) 1st
British Adult championship (5) 1st
2001 World championship Indoor (5) 1st
World championship Outdoor (5) 1st
Spanish Adult championship 1st
2002 World championship Outdoor (6) 1st
British Adult championship (6) 1st
World Team championship (3) 1st
World championship Indoor 2nd
2003 World championship Outdoor (7) 1st
World Team championship (4) 1st
Spanish Adult championship (2) 1st
World championship Indoor 2nd
2004 World championship Indoor 3rd
World championship Outdoor 2nd
2005 World championship Indoor 4th
World championship Outdoor 3rd
2006 World championship Indoor 6th
World championship Outdoor 4th

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], DougieLampkin.co.uk
  2. ^ a b Trophy cabinet, DougieLampkin.co.uk
  3. ^ "MBE for trials king", BBC News, December 31, 2001

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