Marc Coma

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Coma and the second or maternal family name is Camps.
Coma running in the Dakar Rally 2010, near Copiapó.

Marc Coma i Camps (b. 7 October 1976 in Avià, Barcelona, Spain) is a rally racing motorcycle rider. He won the Dakar Rally in 2006, 2009, 2011, and 2014 riding a KTM motorcycle. He is also the World Champion in the Rallies Cross Country Motorcycles Tournament in 2005, 2006 and 2007.

Honours[edit]

Year Tournament or trophy
1995 Rallies Cross Country Junior Spanish Champion over 175 cc
1996 Silver Medal in the Rallies Cross Country World Cup by Countries
1997 4th in the Rallies Cross Country Senior European Championship over 175 cc
1998 2nd in the Rallies Cross Country Senior Spanish Championship over 125 cc

Rallies Cross Country under-23 World Champion
Rallies Cross Country World Champion by Countries

1999 2nd Absolute Toni Soler Memorial

12th in the Rallies Cross Country Senior World Cup 250 cc

2000 3rd in the Rallies Cross Country Senior Spanish Championship 600 cc

10th in the Rallies Cross Country Senior World Championship 600 cc
3rd in the Rallies Cross Country World Championship by Countries
2nd in the Indoor Rallies Cross Country

2001 2nd in the Rallies Cross Country Senior Spanish Championship 600 cc

9th in the Rallies Cross Country World Championship
3rd in the World Championship by Countries

2002 1st participation in the Arras-Madrid-Dakar Rally

1st Absolute Toni Soler Memorial
2nd Baja España Aragón
2nd in the Rallies Cross Country Senior Spanish Championship 600 cc

2003 11th in the Dakar Rally

Participation in Rally of Egypt

2004 Retired in the Dakar Rally

6th in the Rally of Sardinia
2nd in the Rally of Tunisia
2nd in the Rally of Morocco
1st in the Baja España Aragón
7th in the Rallies Cross Country World Championship

2005 2nd in the Barcelona-Dakar Rally

1st in the Rally of Sardinia, Italy
1st in the Rally of las Pampas, Argentina
2nd in the Rally ORPI of Morocco
1st in the Rallye des Pharaons, Egypt
2nd in the UAE Desert Challenge, Dubai
RALLIES CROSS COUNTRY (motorcycle) WORLD CHAMPION

2006 1st in the Lisbon-Dakar-Rally (motorcycle)

1st in the Rally of las Pampas, Argentina
1st in the Rally of Sardinia, Italy
1st in the Rally ORPI of Morocco
1st in the Rallye des Pharaons, Egypt
1st in the UAE Desert Challenge, Dubai
RALLIES CROSS COUNTRY (motorcycle) WORLD CHAMPION

2007 1st in the Rally of Tunisia

1st in the Rally of Sardinia, Italy
1st in the Rally of las Pampas, Argentina
1st in the Rallye des Pharaons, Egypt
1st in the UAE Desert Challenge, Dubai
RALLIES CROSS COUNTRY (motorcycle) WORLD CHAMPION

2009 1st in the Dakar Rally (motorcycle)
2011 1st in the Dakar Rally (motorcycle)
2012 2nd in the Dakar Rally (motorcycle)


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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Cyril Despres
Dakar Rally
Motorcycle Winner

2006
Succeeded by
Cyril Despres
Preceded by
Cyril Despres
Dakar Rally
Motorcycle Winner

2009
Succeeded by
Cyril Despres
Preceded by
Cyril Despres
Dakar Rally
Motorcycle Winner

2011
Succeeded by
Cyril Despres
Preceded by
Cyril Despres
Dakar Rally
Motorcycle Winner

2014
Succeeded by
Incumbent