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Kevin Bouaich Scores A Surprising Victory!

Kevin Bouaich

Kevin Bouaich on his way to the biggest win of his career.

Kozakov-Semily, Czech Republic - Kevin Bouaich from Switzerland scored a surprising victory in today's IGSA World Cup Kozakov Challenge under wet conditions.  Bouaich gave a hint of his speed in final qualifying where he posted the fifth fastest time.  The victory is the first for Bouaich at the World Cup level who has shown speed in the past but has never been able to convert that speed into a victory. 

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Batt Qualifies Number One!

Batt blur

2011 Kozakov winner Christoph Batt is always fast in the Czech Republic.

Semily-Kozakov, Czech Republic - Under perfect, dry conditions today, Christoph Batt earned the number one qualifying position for tomorrow's Kozakov Challenge Final Eliminations.  Batt posted a time of 2:24.914 that sent him to the top of the timesheets.  The times were nearly three seconds faster than yesterday when there were still damp patches on the road from rain the previous night.

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Switzer Leads Qualifying, Finnocchio Surprises!


Finnochio

Junior II rider Quinn Finnochio was the surprise of the day with the 5th fastest time.

Kozakov-Semily, Czech Republic - After dominating the 2011 Kozakov Challenge and earning his first World Cup victory of the season earlier this month in the USA, Patrick Switzer showed he is still in top form leading the first day of qualifying in the Czech Republic.  Alex Tongue, who was the winner of the first World Cup of the year at Mt. Keira, Australia currently sits in the number two spot.  James Kelly who's had a strong season so far currently sits in the number three position.  Kevin Bouaich from Switzerland put in an impressive run provisionally earning the number four starting position.

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