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2019 FIM MXoN: Video Highlights

2 weeks ago | Words: Media Youthstream | Photos: Media Youthstream

Team Netherlands went into the 73rd Monster Energy Motocross of Nations as heavy favourites and came out with their first-ever victory in history as riders Glenn Coldenhoff, Jeffrey Herlings and Calvin Vlaanderen dominated the rest of the World.

Despite a rainstorm that lashed the white sand of Assen, 20 nations battled it out for pride and glory for their home country as well as the highly sought after Chamberlain trophy.

Team Netherlands’ Coldenhoff with a 1-1 score for the second year running, Herlings with 2-4 and Vlaanderen with 10-10 that saw them cruise to their win with 18 points (taking out the worst score of 10th).
Second overall was Team Belgium as Jeremy Van Horebeek, Kevin Strijbos and Jago Geerts were consistent enough for yet another podium with 47 points, and third overall was Team Great Britain with Shaun Simpson, Nathan Watson and Adam Sterry on 58 points.
Overall class winners were Team Slovenian’s Tim Gajser in the MXGP class with 1-2, Team Denmark’s Thomas Kjer Olsen in the MX2 class with 8-8 and Team Netherlands’ Glenn Coldenhoff in the Open class with his 1-1.

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