Bou orders his 15th World Cup and Laia Sanz fights hers

Toni Bou has taken the first day of Pobladura with authority and deliver a an almost definitive blow to the outdoor World Cup, which would be his 15th in the specialty. Montesa’s made a total of 16 points, by Adam Raga’s 36 and Jaime Busto’s 37.

The triumph was soon put in the face of Piera’s. In the first point of the traced technician came the first penalties for the applicants, while the champion passed clean. Bou only scored in sectors 4, 5 and 10, for a total of 11 points plus one extra for time in the first pass. Over there, the difference was already wide, since Raga was left 26 and Bust 25.

In the second round, Bou improved his record and closed with four points. With no options for victory, Raga, Busto and Marcelli fought for the podium. He sentenced the TTRS the silver place in with a second half in the second perfect pass, without failures. And in that same space, Marcelli lost his option, being the last place in the box for Busto.

A) Yes, With 40 points at stake between the second meeting in Pobladura this same Sunday and that of Portugal, Bou has 132 points, for Raga’s 118. A sensible difference considering the level and regularity that the multi-champion has shown in 2021.

In the female category the victory went to Laia Sanz, with a point difference over Berta Abellán. The Catalan recovers the leadership of the general with two points of advantage over the British Emma Bristow, third on the first day of Pobladura.

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