Team Abu Dhabi’s Rashid Al Mulla underlined his status as the world’s top freestyle aquabike rider with outright victory in the Grand Prix of Sharjah today.
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Sweden’s Emma-Nellie Ortendahl, will pursue a fourth world title next season as a member of Team Abu Dhabi.
The 21-year-old, who clinched her third Ski Ladies GP1 crown at the Grand Prix of Sharjah, signed an initial contract for 2020 today to launch what is expected to become a long-term relationship with Team Abu Dhabi.
Team Abu Dhabi’s Rashid Al Mulla clinched a second successive world aquabikes freestyle title with room to spare at the Grand Prix of Sharjah today.
Sweden’s Emma-Nellie Ortendahl pulled out all the stops in a thrilling first moto to take victory and win her third UIM-ABP Aquabike Ski Ladies World Championship writes Nigel Quilter.
Victory Team’s Kevin Reiterer produced another faultless performance in the first of today’s two motos to clinch his third UIM-ABP Aquabike Ski GP1 world title writes Nigel Quilter.
Team Abu Dhabi’s Rashed Al Tayer refused to accept that his hopes of a first world aquabikes title are over after his challenge was damaged by mechanical problems at the Grand Prix of Sharjah today.
The 4th round of the UIM-ABP Aquabike World Championship was held in Qingdao, China this weekend and this is the round-up of the action.
Victory Team’s defending two-time world champion Kevin Reiterer took his rightful place at the top of the grid at the end of qualifying at the Pole Position run in the Ski Division GP1 category at the Grand Prix of Italy – Round Two of the 2019 UIM-ABP Aquabike World Championship, here in Olbia, on Friday.