Round 4 of the Enduro World Series, which took place over the weekend of June 30-July 1 in Petzen, Austria and Jamnica, Slovenia, saw strong performances from BH-Miranda Racing Team members Mélanie Pugin, José “Zé” Borges, and Karim Amour.
Elite racer Pugin showed her rivals that she wasn’t just a “one hit wonder” after her impressive fourth place in Round 3 in her native France — that she was capable of repeating the result, which she defended in Round 4.
Borges posted strong finishes by scoring two eighth places in stages four and five, however a mechanical in Stage 6 saw him drop to 19th position by the end of the race.
Karim Amour’s hunt for first place came down to the last day, when he gained an advantage over US racer, Michael Broderick. In the end Amour win the last stage to take the overall race and maintain his lead in the masters category.
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