FIM Trial European Championship

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The FIM Trials European Championship is organised by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme and has been held since 1992. The championship gives up and coming riders a chance to compete at international level against top class riders, many who have progressed to become champions in the FIM Trial World Championship such as current champion Toni Bou and past champions Dougie Lampkin and Adam Raga[1]

History[edit]

The Inaugural championship was held in 1992 with a single class format. In 1999 a women's class was added in part due to the addition of a women's class In the FIM Trial World Championship series the previous year. In 2004 a European Junior class was added, with many riders starting in the junior class before progressing through to the Pro class main series. An example of this is British rider Alexz Wigg who won the Junior title in 2006 and after moving up won the Pro series in 2010.

FIM European Trials Champions[edit]

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Year Pro Series Junior Series Women's Series
1992 1) Spain Joan Pons (Beta)
2) France Gilles Ciamin (Aprilia)
3) Czech Republic Miroslav Lisy (Gas Gas)
1993 1) United Kingdom Dougie Lampkin (Beta)
2) Spain Cesar Panicot (Gas Gas)
3) Italy Dario Re Delle Gandine (Beta)
1994 1) Spain Jose Antonio Benitez (Beta)
2) United Kingdom Graham Jarvis (Scorpa)
3) Spain Jordi Picola (Montesa)
1995 1) Spain Marcel Justribo (Beta)
2) Japan Kenichi Kuroyama (Beta)
3) Spain Gabriel Reyes (Montesa)
1996 1) Spain Gabriel Reyes (Montesa)
2) Spain David Cobos (Gas Gas)
3) France Christophe Camozzi (Gas Gas)
1997 1) Spain Marc Catlla (Gas Gas)
2) Spain Marc Freixa (Gas Gas)
3) France Christophe Camozzi (Gas Gas)
1998 1) Spain Jordi Pascuet (Montesa)
2) Spain Albert Cabestany (Beta)
3) Spain Marc Freixa (Gas Gas)
1999 1) Spain Jose Manuel Alcaraz (Montesa)
2) Spain Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Belgium Fred Crosset (Gas Gas)
1) Germany Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
2) Norway Linda Meyer (Gas Gas)
3) Italy Simona Chauvie (Beta)
2000 1) Spain Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
2) Spain Josep Manzano (Sherco)
3) Italy Dario Re Delle Gandine (Montesa)
1) Germany Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
2) Spain Laia Sanz (Gas Gas)
3) France Claire Bertrand (Montesa)
2001 1) Spain Josep Manzano (Sherco)
2) United Kingdom Sam Connor (Gas Gas)
3) Spain Jose Maria Saez (Montesa)
1) Germany Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
2) Spain Laia Sanz (Beta)
3) France Claire Bertrand (Gas Gas)
2002 1) Spain Jeroni Fajardo (Gas Gas)
2) Spain Sergio Leon (Montesa)
3) United Kingdom Sam Connor (Gas Gas)
1) Spain Laia Sanz (Beta)
2) Germany Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
3) Norway Linda Meyer (Gas Gas)
2003 1) Spain Toni Bou (Beta)
2) Poland Tadeusz Blazusiak (Gas Gas)
3) Italy Fabio Lenzi (Gas Gas)
1) Spain Laia Sanz (Beta)
2) Germany Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
3) United Kingdom Maria Conway (Beta)
2004 1) Poland Tadeusz Blazusiak (Gas Gas)
2) Italy Michele Orizio (Beta)
3) Italy Fabio Lenzi (Gas Gas)
1) Italy Matteo Grattarola (Sherco)
2) Italy Simone Comi (Gas Gas)
3) France Bertrand Dagnicourt (Sherco)
1) Spain Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) France Claire Bertrand (Gas Gas)
3) Germany Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
2005 1) United Kingdom Shaun Morris (Gas Gas)
2) France Jerome Bethune (Gas Gas)
3) Italy Fabio Lenzi (Gas Gas)
1) Spain Daniel Oliveras (Gas Gas)
2) Italy Matteo Grattarola (Sherco)
3) Italy Alessandro Mondo (Gas Gas)
1) Spain Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Germany Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
3) United Kingdom Rebekah Cook (Gas Gas)
2006 1) United Kingdom James Dabill (Beta)
2) France Jerome Bethune (Gas Gas)
3) Spain Daniel Oliveras (Gas Gas)
1) United Kingdom Alexz Wigg (Gas Gas)
2) France Loris Gubian (Sherco)
3) Italy Matteo Grattarola (Sherco)
1) Spain Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Germany Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
3) France Claire Bertrand (Gas Gas)
2007 1) Spain Daniel Gibert (Montesa)
2) Italy Fabio Lenzi (Montesa)
3) France Jerome Bethune (Beta)
1) Spain Alfredo Gomez (Gas Gas)
2) United Kingdom Ross Danby (Gas Gas)
3) Spain David Millan (Sherco)
1) Spain Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Germany Iris Kramer (Scorpa)
3) United Kingdom Rebekah Cook (Gas Gas)
2008 1) United Kingdom Michael Brown (Beta)
2) United Kingdom Alexz Wigg (Montesa)
3) Spain Alfredo Gomez (Montesa)
1) France Alexandre Ferrer (Sherco)
2) United Kingdom Jack Challoner (Beta)
3) Spain Francesc Moret (Gas Gas)
1) Spain Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Germany Iris Kramer (Scorpa)
3) United Kingdom Rebekah Cook (Gas Gas)
2009 1) France Loris Gubian (Gas Gas)
2) Spain Alfredo Gomez (Montesa)
3) United Kingdom Alexz Wigg (Beta)
1) United Kingdom Jonathan Richardson (Sherco)
2) Italy Luca Cotone (Beta)
3) Spain Pere Borrellas (Gas Gas)
1) Spain Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) United Kingdom Rebekah Cook (Sherco)
3) Germany Iris Kramer (Scorpa)
2010 1) United Kingdom Alexz Wigg (Beta)
2) Italy Matteo Grattarola (Sherco)
3) United Kingdom Jack Challoner (Beta)
1) Spain Pol Tarres (Gas Gas)
2) United Kingdom Jack Sheppard (Beta)
3) Italy Giacomo Saleri (Beta)
1) Spain Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) United Kingdom Joanne Coles (Gas Gas)
3) United Kingdom Rebekah Cook (Sherco)
2011 1) United Kingdom Jack Challoner (Beta)
2) Spain Alfredo Gomez (Montesa)
3) Italy Matteo Grattarola (Gas Gas)
1) United Kingdom Jack Sheppard (Beta)
2) Italy Giacomo Saleri (Beta)
3) France Steven Coquelin (Gas Gas)
1) Spain Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) United Kingdom Emma Bristow (Ossa)
3) United Kingdom Rebekah Cook (Sherco)
2012 1) Italy Matteo Grattarola (Gas Gas)
2) Italy Daniele Maurino (Ossa)
3) Italy Matteo Poli (Ossa)
1) Italy Francesco Cabrini (Beta)
2) Norway Sverre Lundevold (Beta)
3) Italy Pietro Petrangeli (Beta)
1) United Kingdom Rebekah Cook (Beta)
2) United Kingdom Emma Bristow (Ossa)
3) France Sandrine Juffet (JTG)
2013 1) Sweden Eddie Karlsson (Montesa)
2) Italy Luca Cotone (Sherco)
3) Spain Pere Borrellas (Gas Gas)
1) United Kingdom Iwan Roberts (Beta)
2) Finland Timo Myohanen (Beta)
3) Italy Gabriele Giarba (Beta)
1) United Kingdom Emma Bristow (Sherco)
2) Germany Theresa Bauml (Ossa)
3) Italy Sara Trentini (Beta)
2014 1) Germany Franz Kadlec (Beta)
2) Belgium Maxime Warenghien (Sherco)
3) Italy Luca Cotone (Sherco)
1) Germany Sascha Neumann (Gas Gas)
2) Italy Marco Fioletti (Beta)
3) Sweden Marcus Eliasson (Beta)
1) Germany Ina Wilde (Sherco)
2) Germany Theresa Bauml (Ossa)
3) Germany Sarah Bauer (Sherco)
2015 1) Italy Gianluca Tournour (Gas Gas)
2) Spain Francesc Moret (Vertigo)
3) France Steven Coquelin (Gas Gas)
1) France Pierre Sauvage (Sherco)
2) Italy Luca Corvi (Scorpa)
3) Germany Max Faude (Beta)
1) Germany Theresa Bauml (Ossa)
2) Italy Sara Trentini (Sherco)
3) Germany Bianca Huber (Gas Gas)
2016 1) Spain Miquel Gelabert (Sherco)
2) United Kingdom Dan Peace (Gas Gas)
3) United Kingdom Iwan Roberts (Beta)
1) United Kingdom Jack Peace (Gas Gas)
2) Italy Luca Corvi (Scorpa)
3) Italy Sergio Piardi (Beta)
1) Germany Theresa Bauml (Beta)
2) Norway Ingveig Hakonsen (Beta)
3) Italy Sara Trentini (Beta)
2017 1) Spain Arnau Farré (Gas Gas)
2) United Kingdom Iwan Roberts (Beta)
3) United Kingdom Toby Martyn (Vértigo)
1) Italy Manuel Copetti (Vértigo)
2) Italy Sergio Piardi (Beta)
3) France Kieran Touly (Sherco)
1) United Kingdom Emma Bristow (Beta)
2) Germany Theresa Bauml (Beta)
3) Norway Ingveig Håkonsen (Beta)
2018 1) Italy Matteo Grattaola (Montesa)
2) Spain Francesc Moret (Montesa)
3) United Kingdom Dan Peace (Gas Gas)
1) Italy Sergio Piardi (Beta)
2) France Kieran Touly (Sherco)
3) France Hugo Dufrese (Gas Gas)
1) Spain Berta Abellan (Vertigo)
2) Germany Theresa Bauml (Montesa)
3) Norway Ingveig Håkonsen (TRRS)

Wins per country[edit]

As of November 2018, the following ranking shows the countries with most European titles, in Pro, Junior, Women's and total:

Rank Country Wins (Pro) Wins (Junior) Wins (Women's) Wins (Total)
1  Spain 14 3 11 28
2  UK 6 5 3 14
3  Germany 1 1 6 8
4  Italy 3 5 0 8
5  France 1 1 0 2
6  Poland 1 0 0 1
6  Sweden 1 0 0 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Euro History". blazusiak.com. Retrieved 26 January 2015.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "FIM European Championship". trialonline.org. Archived from the original on 9 June 2016. Retrieved 25 January 2015.
  3. ^ "FIM European Championship". todotrial.com. Retrieved 26 January 2015.

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