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Laia Sanz: Unfiltered

1 month ago | Words: Miller Mendham | Photos: GasGas

Laia Sanz is a 13-time World Women’s Trial Champion, 10-time European Trial Champion, five-time Women’s Enduro World Champion, and has finished as the top female competitor for the past 11 Dakar Rallys on the trot! After a crushing 2020, when she was laid low after contracting the potentially fatal Lyme Disease, the 36-year-old plans to rebound and return to the top step of the world stage’s podium – back to her Trials-riding roots, where she notched up her first world title with GASGAS. 

This revealing GASGAS ‘Unfiltered’ episode reflects on the infamous Spaniard’s past, her future goals, what she wants to achieve outside of bikes, and what she values in an athlete’s personality.

Check out the short film here:

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