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2011 US TdN teams announced

Brian Behling has this press release posted on his NATC/MotoTrial blog: AMA/NATC Announces US TdN Team Members

The U.S. men’s team is composed of riders Keith Wineland from Fountain, Colo., Bryan Roper from Glendale, Ariz., Karl Davis Jr. from Ormond Beach, Fla., and Eric Storz from Ventura, Calif., with Andrew Oldar from Aguanga, Calif., as an alternate.

For the U.S. women’s team, the competitors are Louise Forsley from Bernardston, Mass., Sarah Duke from Colorado Springs, Colo., and Caroline Allen from Norton, Mass., along with alternate Rachel Hassler from Albuquerque, N.M.

Shan Moore’s post of the same press release on the Trials and Enduro News blog has a photo of the team members by by Rebecca DuVAl when they were here at the TTC this past week.

USA TdN Teams photo by Rebecca DuVAl

U.S. Trial des Nations team heads to Poland this week

2009 TdN: Pat Smage, Cody Webb, Keith Wineland, Sarah Duke, Caroline Adam,
The U.S. Trial de Nations men’s team of Cody Webb, Keith Wineland and Pat Smage and the women’s team of Caroline Allen and Sarah Duke depart this week for next weekend’s Trial des Nation in Poland. (Photos are from Cody Webb’s 2009 TdN album on Facebook.)


We’re hoping to get some reports and photos throughout the week. Two friends of the TTC, Jane and Will Salter, are there and will be blogging reports with photos.

2009 TdN results: best-ever 5th place for U.S. men’s team; 8th for women’s


The U.S. Trial des Nations men’s team of Cody Webb, Will Ibsen, Keith Wineland and Pat Smage finished 5th this past weekend in Darfo Boario Terme, Italy. This is the best finish ever for a U.S. team since we joined the ‘A’ class in 2006.

The women’s team of Caroline Allen and Sarah Duke finished 8th. Louise Forsley was unable to compete for reasons that are not yet clear.

Kip Webb has posted US-related updates to the US TdN message thread in the Trials Central forum.

The FIM site has the complete international story: Spain make it six FIM world team titles in a row.


World Championship Group
1: Spain 25
2: Great Britain 90
3: Italy 159
4: France 203
5: USA 330

International Trophy Group
1: Germany 48
2: Czech Republic 48
3: Norway 66
4: Finland 69
5: Sweden 77
6: Australia 94
7: Ireland 110
8: Belgium 113
9: Switzerland 145
10: Poland 162
11: Portugal 252
12: Austria 277
13: Canada 318
14: Luxembourg 333
15: Latvia 399