MXA’S WEEKEND NEWS ROUND-UP: WHO WOULD THUNK IT? STEWIE AND K-DUB BOTH GO DOWN IN HOUSTON

April 3, 2012
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THE LONG ARM OF THE LAW

It’s not every race that the cops show up to arrest the second place rider (unless it is Jason Lawrence), but it happened at the World Two-Stroke Championships. See the complete story on the home page (along with a photo gallery, video and Vince Friese’s version of the story)

HOUSTON, WE HAVE IRRITATION

As if this Supercross season hasn’t  been bad enough already, Houston saw both Kevin Windham and James Stewart crash out of the night activities. They get a week off before New Orleans, to heal up.

HOUSTON SUPERCROSS RESULTS: IT’S ALL OVER…AND WE REALLY MEAN IT

You can do the math, but Ryan get $100,000 bonus per win and a $1,000,000 bonus per Championship…plus, there is an extra Million if he wins both the Supercross and outdoor crowns.

HOUSTON 450 RESULTS:
1. Ryan Villopoto…Kaw
2. Davi Millsaps…Yam
3. Jake Weimer…Kaw
4. Mike Alessi…Suz
5. Justin Brayton…Hon
6. Bobby Kiniry…Yam
7. Broc Tickle…Kaw
8. Nico Izzi…Yam
9. Weston Peick…Kaw
10. Josh Grant…Kaw
11. Kyle Chisholm…Kaw
12. Brett Metcalfe…Suz
13. Wil Hahn…Hon
14. Kyle Regal…Kaw
15. Matt Goerke…Suz
16. Jeff Alessi…Suz
17. Preston Mull…Hon
18. Daniel Blair…Suz
19. Josh Hansen…Kaw
20. James Stewart…Yam

HOUSTON 250 EAST RESULTS:
1. Ken Roczen…KTM
2. Justin Barcia…Hon
3. Blake Baggett…Kaw
4. Blake Wharton…Suz
5. Phillip Nicoletti…Hon
6. Alex Martin…Hon
7. Jake Canada…Hon
8. Justin Bogle…Hon
9. Kyle Cunningham…Yam
10. Matt Lemoine…Kaw
11. Kyle Peters…Yam
12. Austin Politelli…Hon
13. Les Smith…KTM
14. Shane Sewell…KTM
15, Tommy Weeck…Hon
16. Malcolm Stewart…KTM
17. Darryn Durham…Kaw
18. Zack Freeberg…Hon
19. Daniel Herrlein…Hon
20. Lance Vincent…KTM

450 SUPERCROSS POINTS STANDINGS
(After 13 of 17 events)

1. Ryan Villopoto…296
2. Ryan Dungey…192
3. Davi Millsaps…191
4. Justin Brayton…181
5. James Stewart…178
6. Jake Weimer…170
7. Kevin Windham…166
8. Brett Metcalfe…154
9. Mike Alessi…154
10. Chad Reed…128

250 EAST POINTS STANDINGS
(After 7 of 9 events)

1. Justin Barcia…167
2. Blake Wharton…135
3. Ken Roczen…127
4. Darryn Durham…118
5. Blake Baggett…106
6. Jake Canada…104
7. Justin Bogle…87
8. Alex Martin…65
9. Matt Lemoine…57
10. Malcolm Stewart…55

BEN TOWNLEY SWEEPS OPENING ROUND OF AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS…AND THEN LEAVES FOR THE USA

The Australian National Motocross Championships might as well change their name to the “New Zealand National Motocross Championships” after Kiwis Ben Townley and Josh Coppins went one-two at round one in Conondale. This is scheduled as Townley’s only Australian race as he will replace Chad Reed in the AMA Nationals starting in May. Plus, the other hired guns from abroad didn’t get to play a major role in the 450 title chase. British champ Brad Anderson was fifth, while fellow expatriate Billy Mackenzie was tenth. Calle Aspegren, who had visa issues in the USA, suddenly appeared in Australia and finished 14th.

In the 250 class the racing was much closer between eventual winner Kirk Gibbs and fast qualifier Ford Dale. Third went to Luke Styke.

450 CLASS RESULTS:
1. Ben Townley…75
2. Josh Coppins…62
3. Todd Waters…54
4. Jake Moss…46
5. Brad Anderson…44
6. Lawson Bopping…41
7. Jay Marmont…41
8. Cody Cooper…38
9. Tye Simmonds…38
10. Billy Mackenzie…34
11. Dan Reardon…33
12. Dean Porter…28
13. Craig Anderson…22
14. Calle Aspegren…21
15. Daniel McCoy…15
16. Tim Vare…13
17. Dylan Peterson…13
18. Darryll King…10
19. Kieran Tisdale…8
20. Luke Wilson…6

250 CLASS RESULTS
1. Kirk Gibbs…63
2. Ford Dale…62
3. Luke Styke…57
4. Josh Cachia…56
5. Adam Monea…50
6. Justin McDonald…48
7. Kade Mosig…44
8. Cheyne Boyd…35
9. Lewis Woods…35
10. Brock Winston…31
11. Errol Willis…30
12. Ryan Marmont…28
13. Nick Murray…23
14. Geran Stapleton…20
15. Scott Columb…17
16. Richard Egerton…14
17. Luke Arbon…13
18. Sam Liekefett…11
19. Joel Rizzo…9
20. Joshua Kilvington…6

BLAKE WHARTON, THE HAT, THE HAIR, HIS FAITH & THE SUZUKI TEST TRACK

TAKE A LAP OF THE WORLD TWO-STROKE TRACK…WITH MXA’s DENNIS STAPLETON…ON A CR250AF (CR250 TWO-STROKE ENGINE IN A CRF250 FRAME)

TWEET-CITY: “HELLO CENTRAL, GET ME THE WORLD”






REM TO HOST 30-MINUTE PRO MOTOS TO HELP AMA PROS GET READY FOR THE 250/450 NATIONALS

REM starts its 30-minute Pro motos this weekend at Glen Helen. Until you go a full 30, you don’t know how hard those last five minutes are.

Every year season, REM holds long motos in the month leading up to the start of the AMA Nationals (this year at Hangtown) to help aspiring AMA National riders get ready for the long AMA motos. This year the 30-minute Pro motos start on Saturday, March 31. This is a really cool idea…and lots of local Pros come out to see how they would do over 30-minutes…as for AMA Nationals Pros, they don’t want to know what shape they are in after three months of 15-minute Supercross mains.

JESSICA PATTERSON FINALLY GETS A DEAL

Jessica.

Jessica Patterson, a six-time Women’s motocross Champion, has signed with the Rockstar Energy Suzuki team of Blake Wharton, Martin Davalos, Hunter Hewitt and Jason Anderson. Patterson did not get a deal after the end of last year’s Nationals, so the Rockstar Suzuki deal was a last-minute repieve. The first Women’s National is on May 19 at Hangtown.

AN EMAIL FROM BUD: ON CIRCUMNAVIGATING AUSTRALIA BY BMW (THE BIKE NOT THE LUXURY CAR)
Glen Helen owner Dr. Bud Feldkamp and son Buddy sent MXA some camera phone shots of the first leg of their 14,735 kilometer motorcycle tour around Australia on BMW 1200GS bikes.


Bud and Buddy in Sydney before the start of their 31-day tour.


When stopping in Nabiac, New South Wales, Bud Feldkamp was surprised to find an “Glen Helen” sticker on a convenience store window.


You have to share the road in Australia. Doesn’t that snake know that you drive on a left down under?


The surf?south of Cairns.

KTM ANNOUNCED CANADIAN CONTINGENCY PROGRAM

If you own a KTM 125SX, 150 SX, 250SX, 250SXF, 350SXF or 450SXF and race the CMRC Provincials, CMRC Amateur Nationals or CMRC Pro Nationals you are eligible to receive contingency payouts from KTM (cash for the ProS and KTM vouchers for the amateurs).

HOW MUCH DO THEY PAY?
CMRC Provincials (Series Finish)
    1. $600
    2. $400
    3. $250
CMRC Amateur Nationals (Overall Finish)
    1. $750
    2. $500
    3. $300
CMRC Pro Nationals (Per Round)
    450 class (1 thru 10)…$1000 – $750 (MX1)
    250 class (1 thru 10)…$800 – $500 (MX2)

For more info go to www.ktmcanada.com

LAST WEEK WE TOLD YOU ABOUT THE “RUCK OUT” SEE IT HERE: 10 GOPRO’S ON ONE RUCKUS & WHAT’S A RUCKUS ANYWAY?

WHATSUP MOTOCROSS ACTION! LANCE VINCENT TALKS ABOUT THE START & WHAT HE NEEDS TO GET ONE


AUSTIN HOWELL’S WORLD TWO-STROKE CHAMPIONSHIP YZ250


MXA ran into the LightSpeed team at Glen Helen on Thursday when they were out testing their bikes for Sunday’s race. Austin Howell was one of the last full-time two-stroke hold-outs in the AMA Nationals, but when he got a Rockstar Suzuki ride at the end of 2010 he had to put his two-stroke away (Austin raced a RM250). Unfortunately at the race Austin fell and bent a shift fork in moto one.


Last year Austin won the Second Annual World Two-Stroke Championships (it replaced the defunct World Four-Stroke Championships on the season schedule in 2010). Austin took the win with a 1-1 in front of 2010 winner Bobby Garrison, Ryan Hughes, Doug Dubach and Dennis Stapleton. This year Michael Lieb took the win.


Austin’s Uncle, Willie Amaradio, owns LightSpeed which supplies Austin with full support for the two-stroke race and all the carbon fiber parts he needs. Austin will return to the AMA Supercross series when it returns to the west.


To get air into the airbox, Austin runs carbon fiber air vents on his airbox.

WHO’S WHO IN THE EUROPEAN ZOO

The 2012 GP season starts on April 9.                                                                 
Photo: Ray Archer

You can’t blame Americans for being totally absorbed in the AMA Supercross series at the moment. But, with only one major contender still on his feet, it is time to turn a few seconds of attention to the World Motocross Championships…or as it should be called “The Annual KTM Rout.” The GPs start on April 9.

WHO’S WHO IN EUROPE? HERE IS A QUICK RUNDOWN.

Tony Cairoli.                                                                                                          
Photo S. Taglioni

Team KTM: KTM has lots of riders, but the powerhouses are Antonio Cairoli in the 450 class and Jeffrey Herlings in the 250 class. Max Nagl will race the 450 class, but is injured and may miss a few rounds. Jeremy Van Horebeek and Jordi Tixier are Herlings back-up 250 riders.

Miscellaneous KTM riders include: In the 450 class, Kevin Strijbos, Mateo Bonini, David Guarneri, Nathan Parker, Lars Oldekamp and Matiss Karo. In the 250 class, Jose Burton, Julien Lieber, Pascal Rauchenecker and Jake Nicholls.


Evgeny Bobryshev.

Team Honda: Honda team manager Roger Harvey may be a genius. He has found a way to take on the mighty KTM 450 team with riders that other teams either overlooked or threw away. Russian rider Evgeny Bobryshev could a dark horse. He seems to get better with each race and he is joined by Rui Goncalves on the 2013 Honda CRF450 prototypes.

Honda is also supporting the LS team Jonathan Barragan and Ken De Dycker in the 450 class…they are plodders, but can be consistent.

In the 250 class Honda will only have Max Anstie and Alexander Tonkov on the Gariboldi team and privateer Donny Bastemejier.


Steven Frossard.

Team Yamaha: Budget cuts forced Michele Rinaldi to pare his team down and get help from Steve Dixon’s British squad. As a group they have David Philippaerts (450), Zach Osborne (250), Shaun Simpson(450), Steven Frossard (450), Arnaud Tonus (250) and Christophe Charlier (250).

Other Yamaha riders: Gregory Aranda will race the 450 class for Team 2B, while Alfie Smith will ride a YZ450F for JK Gebben. At the opening sand race in Valkensward, Yamaha will have a good sand rider in Herjan Brakke (also on JK Gebben).


Tanel Leok.

Team Suzuki: The once powerhouse Suzuki team may not have the cash that it once had, and its bikes may be getting a little long in the tooth, but they have Clement Desalle. Last year Desalle was running away with the 450 title…and then got hurt…came back…and got hurt again. Desalle is a contender and is backed up by Tanel Leok.

Suzuki’s best 250 riders are Harri Kullas and Petar Petrov.


Sebastien Pourcel.

Team Kawasaki: There two factory Kawasaki teams, the Pro Circuit one with Tommy Searle, Joel Roelants, Christophe Pourcel and Sebastien Pourcel. Plus, the official green team with Gautier Paulin and Xavier Boog. Kawasaki’s chances depend on which Christophe Pourcel shows up to race. In the 250 class. Searle will be backed up by Joel Roelants and both are solid in the 250 class, but Herlings and his KTM are the favorites.


Alessandro Lupino.

Team Husqvarna: Alessandro Lupino and Nick Triest are both in the 250 class

Team TM: The smallest factory team is going to war with Anthony Boissiere in the 450 class and Nick Louwenberg in the 250 class.

RYAN VILLOPOTO ON THE POINTS LEAD, THE PRESSURE & GUYS HE DOESN’T WANT TO BE RACING AGAINST

Monster’s Eric Johnson sat down with Ryan after Toronto.              Photo: Kawasaki

Your points lead is so big now, have you thought about taking a couple weeks off and then just coming back for Seattle?
Ryan: No! There are no more domed stadiums after Houston and New Orleans. So, we’ll go to Houston. I think there’s a chance to wrap it up there. That’s the plan. Then it’s no more pressure? Not until Hangtown?

As far as your racing life, what’s it all like for you right now?
It’s good. It’s tough. I think you get put into a weird situation. Not to say that all these other guys weren’t trying before at the beginning of the season, but obviously when a lot of the top guys go out they see an opportunity to get second and third, and possibly the win if I make a mistake. So, it seems like they step their game up and then I’m put into a position where I just don’t make any mistakes and don’t push it. You really don’t have to ride as hard as you normally would. It’s like you get a mixed feeling. I wouldn’t say that I haven’t raced with these guys all year, because I don’t want to sound cocky, but I shouldn’t be racing with these guys. It’s just weird. You get put in a weird situation when you have a points lead and you don’t want to make a mistake. You tend to ride cautiously.

SEE IT NOW! MISSING SINCE ROUND ONE TOMMY HAHN RESURFACES

AGV VERSUS THE LITTLE GUY; WHO DID WHAT? AND WHEN?

The Del Rosario concept helmet.


The AGV PistaGP helmet.

Did AGV borrow the design of the new AGV PistaGP helmet from a small New York City-based start-up helmet company named Del Rosario? Del Rosario claims they did. Reminds us of when Brad Lackey was sponsored by AGV, but wore a Bell helmet with AGV stickers on it.


Brad Lackey’s helmet may say AGV on the side, but it’s a Bell.

From Del Rosario Motorcycle Helmets Facebook page: “AGV should tread very lightly with this…3 years ago a former advisor showed them our stylebook, they wanted to own the license (according to him)…we didn’t want to give it up (we don’t want to be majority owned by anyone)…guess who has a sudden stroke of design genius 3 years later…they’re a huge company and we’re small fries still trying to get financed, but if there’s anything to be learned from the past, they’ve got some splainin’ to do!”

SEE IT HERE! TOMMY SEARLE TESTS IN THE SAND TO GET READY TO DEFEAT THE DUTCH SAND MASTER (WHO IS THE SAND MASTER? JEFFREY HERLINGS…IN CASE YOU DIDN’T KNOW BECAUSE TOMMY DIDN’T SEEM TO)

CAHUILLA CREEK AUTISM AWARENESS RIDE DAY ON APRIL 15

TAKE A CLOSE UP LOOK AT TREY CANARD’S FACTORY HONDA CRF450

THIS WEEK’S BIRTHDAY BOYS

April 1…Jean-Michel Bayle
April 1…Tyson Vohland
April 2…Tallon Vohland
April 3…Phil Lawrence
April 3…Brock Sellards

April 4…Derrick Shae Bentley
April 4…Jake Nicholls

April 4…Bruce Ogilvie
April 5…Ty Davis
April 5…Brian Manley

April 5…Ryan Hughes

2012 INTERNAZIONALI D’ITALIA MOTOCROSS (WHICH IS ITALIAN FOR “THE TONY CAIROLI GIMME RACE”)

SEE IT HERE! TALAVERA DE LA REINO Y BUTRON (WHICH IS SPANISH FOR “HI-DEF SLOW MOTION ACTION”)


EPISODE 1! MXA GOES DOWN SOUTH TO SPEND SOME QUALITY TIME WITH JUSTIN BARCIA

EPISODE 2! MXA GOES TO GEORGIA TO HANG WITH DAVI MILLSAPS & A.J. CANTAZARO


EVER WONDER WHO NATIONAL NUMBER 981 IS? MXA FILLS IN THE BLANKS…YOU KNOW, THE BLANKS THAT COME AFTER NATIONAL NUMBER 14

This is the face that goes with number 981.

Who is AMA National number 981? Austin Politelli. Austin is one of 293 professional racers (up to this point, but by the end of the AMA Nationals the number of licensed Pros could reach 600). There is a problem though. No one knows any number after the top 100…actually after the top 14. MXA wants to help, by giving you an up-to-date list of every rider and his number leading into the Houston Supercross. MXA is the only source of Nationals numbers after 100. It may not be compelling reason, but every rider on the list deserves a glance.


Meet number 979?Jonathan Withrow.

1. Ryan Villopoto (450 MX/SX)
1. Dean Wilson (250 MX)
1. Broc Tickle(250 West)
1. Justin Barcia (250 East)
2. Ryan Villopoto (will not be used in 2012)
3. Mike Brown
5. Ryan Dungey
7. James Stewart
9. Ivan Tedesco
10. Justin Brayton
11. Kyle Chisholm
12. Blake Baggett
14. Kevin Windham
15. Dean Wilson
16. John Dowd
17. Eli Tomac
18. Davi Millsaps
19. Kyle Cunningham
20. Justin Barcia
21. Jake Weimer
22. Chad Reed
23. Gareth Swanepoel
24. Brett Metcalfe
25. Broc Tickle
26. Michael Byrne
27. Nick Wey
28. Tyla Rattray
29. Andrew Short
30. Alex Martin
31. Martin Davalos
32. Tommy Hahn
33. Josh Grant
34. Cole Seely
35. Darryn Durham
36. Kyle Regal
37. Malcolm Stewart
38. Marvin Musquin
39. Tye Simmonds
40. Gannon Audette
41. Trey Canard
42. Ricky Dietrich
43. Christian Craig
44. Jason Anderson
45. Nick Paluzzi
46. Les Smith
47. Chris Blose
48. Jimmy Albertson
49. Justin Bogle
50. Nico Izzi
51. Travis Baker
52. Ben Lamay
53. Ryan Sipes
54. Weston Peick
55. Lance Vincent
56. Austin Stroupe
57. Jake Canada
58. Will Hahn
59. Vince Friese
60. Matt Lemoine
61. Austin Howell
62. Travis Sewell
63. Colton Facciotti
64. Matt Boni
65. Ryan Morais
66. Jason Thomas
67. Scott Champion
68. Shane Sewell
69. Jimmy DeCotis
70. Ken Roczen
71. Kevin Rookstool
72. Jarred. Browne
73. Josh Clark
74. Tyler Bowers
75. Josh Hill
76. Calle Aspegren
77. Lowell Spangler
78. Tommy Weeck
79. Tyler Medaglia
80. Kyle Keylon
81. Robert Kiniry
82. Justin Sipes
83. Kyle Partridge
84. Killy Rusk
85. Robert Marshall
86. Taylor Futrell
87. Matt Goerke
88. Ben Evans
89. Tyler Bright
90. Bryce Vallee
91. Dalton Carlson
92. Hunter Clements
93. A.J. Catanzaro
94. Cole Siebler
95. Chris Plouffe
96. Kyle Peters
97. Jeremy Medaglia
98. Tye Hames
99. Sean Hackley
100. Josh Hansen
102. Chris Gosselaar
105. Matt Moss
112. Ryan Marmont
117. Kelly Smith         
119. Max Anstie
124. Ryan Clark
125. Daniel Blair
126. Hunter Hewitt
129. Vernon McKiddie
132. Kyle Beaton
133. Myles Tedder
143. Michael Horban
149. Casey Hinson
153. Gregory Crater
160. Cole Thompson
166. Dakota Tedder
170. Michael Leib
171. Cole Siebler
173. Travis Johnson
174. Chase Spears
175. Bruce Rutherford
187. Bryce Huffman
192. Cameron Lansing
200. Michael McDade
202. Tanner Young
208. Donald Vawser
211. Tevin Tapia
212. Auston Albers
214. Jason Kueber
216. Jared Boothroyd
219. Ryan Rangel
222. Chris Howell
224. Heath Harrison
225. Tyler McEwen
227. Cole Martinez
232. Billy Laninovich
244. Ryan Zimmer
247. Teddy Parks
251. James Justice
260. Nicholas Myers
275. Jeff Gibson
276. John Jelderda
285. Tony Archer
293. Brian Sjogren
304. Bradley Ripple
308. Nick Jackson
311. Jesse Rangas
312. Teddy Maier
314. Alex Ray
329. Chad Gores
333. Cody Mackie
335. Seth Caldwell         
337. Jeremy O’Driscoll
338. Zach Osborne
339. Michael Thacker
346. Brandon Marley
349. Michael Willard
351. Jon-Paul Powell
352. Kevin Markwardt
354. Chris Johnson
357. Jacob Locks
374. Cody Gilmore
377. Christophe Pourcel
382. Preston Thomas
383. Brandon Rangel
384. Carl Schlacht
385. Adam Gulley
386. Aaron Gulley
393. Daniel Herrlein
394. Tanner Moore
404. Zack Freeberg
405. Joe Lafalce
407. Adam Chatfield
409. Dillon Huddleston
412. Levi Kilbarger
415. Nicholas Schmidt
423. Brandon Gillespie
429. Richard Rinauro
435. Scott Agostini
438. John Cal Baker
443. Jeffrey Mort
446. Frank Lettieri
447. Deven Raper
451. Rashidi Kerrison
459. Conrad Weiland
461. Dave Ginolfi
464. Mitchel Alcorn
466. Kerry Moore
480. Cory Green
498. Cody Robbins
501. Scotty Wennerstrom
505. Sean Lipanovich
508. Nick Click
512. Jorge Bujanda
513. Danny Pacini
516. Brian Foster
522. William Wichers
532. Ricky Renner
533. Gannon Audette
536. Erik Meusling
544. Morgan Burger
546. Kevin Urguhart
548. Broc Schmelyun
564. Jeremy Huddleston
565. Preston Mull
570. Beau Hudson
572. Zach Jaynes
583. Tyler Sjoberg
587. Dustin Kendall
588. Jerry Lumsden
599. Ronnie Hapner
606. Ronnie Stewart
611. Mason Glorioso
615. Daniel Aulseybrook
617. Gavin Faith
619. Mark Weishaar
620. Brad Nauditt
639. David Buller
643. Jake Oswald
647. Parker Eckman
652. Dustin Pipes
655. John Pauk
659. Justin Freund
661. Michael Lang
668. Billy Jurevich
675. Kyle Hussey
697. Kyle Goerke
670. Dylan Schmoke
684. Justin Kopcak
702. Cameron Stone
707. Alex Millican
708. Joe Perron
712. Justin Starling
713. Chad Cook
714. Shawn Rife
715. Phil Nicoletti
718. Matt Schneider
722. Adam Enticknap
726. Gared Steinke
727. Rhett Urseth
735. Travis Pitt
750. Jared Hicks
752. Bryce Stewart
754. Tyler Allen
757. Kevin W. Johnson
758. Jason Potter
764. Cody Lee
771. Terren O’Dell
772. Robert Noftz
773. Walt Van Olden
774. Preston Tilford
783. Beau Burnett
788. Matt Vonlinger
792. Bracken Hall
793. Yuta Ikegaya
794. Yoshiki Inagaki
800. Mike Alessi
801. Jeff Alessi
812. Luke Vonlinger     
831. Ryan Smith
848. Kendall Mason
854. Landen Powell
862. Ozzy Barbaree
865. Dario Marrazzo
870. Cyrille Coulon
878. Eric McKay
880. Canaan Barrilleaux
887. Daniel Sanders
902. Jesus Macias
903. Antonio Balbi
906. Killian Auberson
915. Adrien Lopes
918. Michael Akaydin
919. Shawn Rhinehart
927. P.J. Larsen
929. Travis Bell
930. Tom Parsons
941. Angelo Pellegrini
943. Carlos Oros
945. Michael Stryker
952. Adam Conway
956. Blake Wharton
963. Aviery Hickey
964. Dominque Thury
965. Travis Bright
968. Jackson Richardson
971. Nathan Malyszek
972. Michael Picone
973. Jean Baptiste Marrone
976. Josh Greco
979. Jonathon Withrow
981. Austin Politelli
985. Erdenebileg Khaliunbold   
986. Topher Ingalls
992. Jean Ramos
996. Filip Thuresson
997. Linus Sandahl

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