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2015 FIM SnowCross World Championship & Women’s World Cup Cancellation | 16 Jan

FUNCHAL (Portugal), 17 January 2015 - The organizer announced that for reasons outside of its control, the 2015 FIM SnowCross World Championship & Women’s World Cup event, originally set to take place in Tuuri, Finland on 28 February has had to be cancelled.
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Merry Christmas and Happy 2015! | 23 Dec
On behalf of MXGP, our European Motocross and FIM Motocross World Champions would like to wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year!
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Jerez hosts an evening to be remembered | 25 Nov
Freshly appointed as the World Capital of Motorcycling 2015, the Spanish city of Jerez de la Frontera hosted an evening to be remembered as more than five hundred distinguished guests which included both of MXGP’s FIM Motocross World Champions Antonio Cairoli and Jordi Tixier, the FIM Women’s Motocross World Champion Kiara Fontanesi, the young and talented FIM Junior Motocross World Champions Brian Hsu, Kim Savaste and Jett Lawrence and the FIM Snowcross World Champion Adam Renheim enjoyed the fifth edition of the FIM Gala Ceremony. Over thirty 2014 FIM World Champions were joined by legends of the various disciplines, an array of key motorcycle industry stakeholders plus numerous media representatives to celebrate the achievements of many two-wheel heroes and the work done by others involved in the sport.
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2015 FIM SNOWOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP CALENDAR | 15 Oct
Youthstream is very pleased to announce the official date of the 2015 FIM Snowcross World Championship and FIM Women’s Snowcross World Cup, which will take place in Tuuri, Finland.
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Renheim and Öhman King and Queen of the Snow | 08 Mar
Skellefteå (Sweden), 8 March 2014 – With over night rain, gusting wind, and occasional bouts of sunshine, it was a race against the elements today in Skellefteå, Sweden as the riders geared up for the one and only round of the FIM Snowcross World Championship. Although the circuit proved to be very testing indeed, it wasn’t enough to slow down the Swedish snowcross hero Adam Renheim from taking his second consecutive FIM Snowcross World Championship title. Meanwhile in the FIM Women’s World Cup class, Elina Öhman ran away with the race to claim her first ever World Cup, nineteen seconds clear of the next best rider.
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