FIM Women’s Enduro World Cup Winner
Born on 11 December 1985 in Barcelona, Spain
In the FIM Women’s Trial World Championship Laia Sanz left her rivals no chance at all. The 26 year old Spanish rider won all five World Championship rounds of the season to go on and take her 12th career world title. After winning her second Dakar in the Women’s category and also winning the FIM Women’s Enduro World Cup for the first time, Sanz has without doubt established herself as the best woman ever in motorsport.
Making her debut ride in the FIM Women’s Enduro World Cup, multi-time FIM Women’s Trial World Champion Laia Sanz fought tooth and nail with defending champion and teammate Ludivine Puy during the four rounds of the 2012 season. They matched each other stride for stride, but Laia Sanz overcame a mid-season injury to finally nab the title at the final round of the season in France and become the 2012 FIM Women’s Enduro World Cup Winner.
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