FIM Trial World Championship

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Dougie Lampkin at the Spanish round in 2007 Dougie Lampkin 2007FIM R1a.jpg
Dougie Lampkin at the Spanish round in 2007

The FIM Trial World Championship and FIM X-Trial World Championship are the most prestigious motorcycle trials tournaments of the world, organised by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme. The outdoor championship is held since 1964 and the indoor (X-Trial) since 1993.

Motorcycle trials non-speed event on specialized motorcycles

Motorcycle trials, also known as observed trials, is a non-speed event on specialized motorcycles. The sport is most popular in the United Kingdom and Spain, though there are participants around the globe.

Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme international sport governing body

The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme is the global governing/sanctioning body of motorcycle racing. It represents 111 national motorcycle federations that are divided into six regional continental unions.

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From 1964 to 1967 the championship was named Challenge Henry Groutards. From 1968 to 1974, it was the Trial European Championship, and from 1975 onwards it has been known as the World Championship.

Up until 2010, the outdoor world trial championship has been won by 6 different pilots from the UK, 5 from Spain, 2 from Finland and France, and 1 from Belgium, Germany, United States, Japan and Sweden. Since 2005, only Spanish pilots have won the outdoor and the indoor world trial championships.

United Kingdom Country in Europe

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, commonly known as the United Kingdom (UK) or Britain, is a sovereign country located off the north-western coast of the European mainland. The United Kingdom includes the island of Great Britain, the north-eastern part of the island of Ireland, and many smaller islands. Northern Ireland is the only part of the United Kingdom that shares a land border with another sovereign state, the Republic of Ireland. Apart from this land border, the United Kingdom is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, with the North Sea to the east, the English Channel to the south and the Celtic Sea to the south-west, giving it the 12th-longest coastline in the world. The Irish Sea separates Great Britain and Ireland. The United Kingdom's 242,500 square kilometres (93,600 sq mi) were home to an estimated 66.0 million inhabitants in 2017.

Finland Republic in Northern Europe

Finland, officially the Republic of Finland, is a Nordic country in Northern Europe bordering the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Bothnia, and Gulf of Finland, between Norway to the north, Sweden to the northwest, and Russia to the east. The capital and largest city is Helsinki. Other major cities are Espoo, Vantaa, Tampere, Oulu and Turku.

World Trials Champions

"Note: Green background denotes International Trial Master Championship." "Note: Pink background denotes European Championship." [1]

YearOutdoor SeriesIndoor SeriesFIM JuniorFIM Women'sFIM Women's Trial 2
19641) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Don Smith (Greeves)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Gustav Franke(Zundapp)
3) Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Brandl (Zundapp)
19651) Flag of Germany.svg Gustav Franke (Zundapp)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Brandl (Zundapp)
3) Flag of Germany.svg Gunter Sengfelder (Zundapp)
19661) Flag of Germany.svg Gustav Franke (Zundapp)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Don Smith (Greeves)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Sammy Miller (Bultaco)
19671) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Don Smith (Greeves)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Gustav Franke (Zundapp)
3) Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Brandl (Zundapp)
19681) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Sammy Miller (Bultaco)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Gustav Franke (Zundapp)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Bill Wilkinson (Greeves)
19691) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Don Smith (Montesa)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Denis Jones (Suzuki)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Sammy Miller (Bultaco)
19701) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Sammy Miller (Bultaco)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Gordon Farley (Montesa)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Laurence Telling (Montesa)
19711) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mick Andrews (Ossa)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Malcolm Rathmell (Bultaco)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Gordon Farley (Montesa)
19721) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mick Andrews (Ossa)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Malcolm Rathmell (Bultaco)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Martin Lampkin (Bultaco)
19731) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Martin Lampkin (Bultaco)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mick Andrews (Yamaha)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Malcolm Rathmell (Bultaco)
19741) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Malcolm Rathmell (Bultaco)
2) Flag of Sweden.svg Ulf Karlsson (Montesa)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mick Andrews (Yamaha)
19751) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Martin Lampkin (Bultaco)
2) Flag of Finland.svg Yrjo Vesterinen (Bultaco)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa)
19761) Flag of Finland.svg Yrjo Vesterinen (Bultaco)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Martin Lampkin (Bultaco)
19771) Flag of Finland.svg Yrjo Vesterinen (Bultaco)
2) Flag of Sweden.svg Ulf Karlsson (Montesa)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Malcolm Rathmell (Montesa)
19781) Flag of Finland.svg Yrjo Vesterinen (Bultaco)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Martin Lampkin (Bultaco)
3) Flag of the United States.svg Bernie Schreiber (Bultaco)
19791) Flag of the United States.svg Bernie Schreiber (Bultaco)
2) Flag of Finland.svg Yrjo Vesterinen (Bultaco)
3) Flag of Sweden.svg Ulf Karlsson (Montesa)
19801) Flag of Sweden.svg Ulf Karlsson (Montesa)
2) Flag of the United States.svg Bernie Schreiber (Bultaco)
3) Flag of Finland.svg Yrjo Vesterinen (Montesa)
19811) Flag of France.svg Gilles Burgat (SWM)
2) Flag of Sweden.svg Ulf Karlsson (Montesa)
3) Flag of Finland.svg Yrjo Vesterinen (Montesa)
19821) Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eddy Lejeune (Honda)
2) Flag of the United States.svg Bernie Schreiber (SWM)
3) Flag of France.svg Gilles Burgat (SWM)
19831) Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eddy Lejeune (Honda)
2) Flag of the United States.svg Bernie Schreiber (SWM)
3) Flag of France.svg Thierry Michaud (Honda)
19841) Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eddy Lejeune (Honda)
2) Flag of France.svg Thierry Michaud (Fantic)
3) Flag of the United States.svg Bernie Schreiber (SWM)
19851) Flag of France.svg Thierry Michaud (Fantic)
2) Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eddy Lejeune (Honda)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Steve Saunders (Honda)
19861) Flag of France.svg Thierry Michaud (Fantic)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Steve Saunders (Honda)
3) Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Eddy Lejeune (Honda)
19871) Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Tarrés (Beta)
2) Flag of Italy.svg Diego Bosis (Aprilia)
3) Flag of France.svg Thierry Michaud (Fantic)
19881) Flag of France.svg Thierry Michaud (Fantic)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Tarrés (Beta)
3) Flag of Italy.svg Donato Miglio (Fantic)
19891) Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Tarrés (Beta)
2) Flag of France.svg Thierry Michaud (Fantic)
3) Flag of Italy.svg Diego Bosis (Aprilia)
19901) Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Tarrés (Beta)
2) Flag of Italy.svg Diego Bosis (Aprilia)
3) Flag of Italy.svg Donato Miglio (Fantic)
19911) Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Tarrés (Beta)
2) Flag of Finland.svg Tommi Ahvala (Aprilia)
3) Flag of Italy.svg Diego Bosis (Fantic)
19921) Flag of Finland.svg Tommi Ahvala (Aprilia)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Beta)
3) Flag of Italy.svg Diego Bosis (Fantic)
19931) Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Tarrés (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Beta)
3) Flag of Finland.svg Tommi Ahvala (Aprilia)
1) Flag of Finland.svg Tommi Ahvala (Aprilia)
2) Flag of Italy.svg Diego Bosis (Fantic)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Beta)
19941) Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Tarrés (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of Finland.svg Tommi Ahvala (Fantic)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Joan Pons (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Tarrés (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Finland.svg Tommi Ahvala (Fantic)
19951) Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Tarrés (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Montesa)
3) Flag of Finland.svg Tommi Ahvala (Fantic)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Tarrés (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Finland.svg Tommi Ahvala (Fantic)
19961) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Montesa)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Beta)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Jordi Tarrés (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer(Montesa)
2) Flag of Finland.svg Tommi Ahvala (Fantic)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Beta)
19971) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Montesa)
3) Flag of Japan.svg Kenichi Kuroyama (Beta)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Amos Bilbao (Gas Gas)
19981) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Montesa)
3) Flag of Japan.svg Kenichi Kuroyama (Beta)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Montesa)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Steve Colley (Gas Gas)
19991) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Beta)
2) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Montesa)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Montesa)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Steve Colley (Gas Gas)
20001) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Montesa)
2) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Montesa)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Montesa)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Steve Colley (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Beta)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of France.svg Claire Bertrand (Montesa)
20011) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Montesa)
2) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Freixa (Sherco)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Freixa (Sherco)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Colomer (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Beta)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of France.svg Claire Bertrand (Montesa)
20021) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Montesa)
2) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Beta)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Beta)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Beta)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of France.svg Claire Bertrand (Gas Gas)
20031) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Montesa)
2) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Marc Freixa (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Beta)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Beta)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Maria Conway (Beta)
20041) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Flag of France.svg Claire Bertrand (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Germany.svg Rosita Leotta (Gas Gas)
20051) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dougie Lampkin (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Jeroni Fajardo (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Germany.svg Rosita Leotta (Gas Gas)
20061) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Beta)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Iris Kramer (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rebekah Cook (Gas Gas)
20071) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Michael Brown (Beta)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Alexz Wigg (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of France.svg Nicolas Gontard (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Germany.svg Iris Kramer (Scorpa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Montesa)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rebekah Cook (Gas Gas)
20081) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
1) Flag of France.svg Loris Gubian (Sherco)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Alexz Wigg (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Alfredo Gomez (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rebekah Cook (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Germany.svg Iris Kramer (Scorpa)
20091) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Alexz Wigg (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Alfredo Gomez (Montesa)
3) Flag of Italy.svg Matteo Grattarola (Sherco)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rebekah Cook (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Germany.svg Iris Kramer (Scorpa)
20101) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jack Challoner (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Alfredo Gomez (Montesa)
3) Flag of France.svg Alexandre Ferrer (Sherco)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rebekah Cook (Sherco)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Joanne Coles (Gas Gas)
20111) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Alfredo Gomez (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Pol Tarres (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Francesc Moret (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Emma Bristow (Ossa)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rebekah Cook (Sherco)
20121) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Jeroni Fajardo (Beta)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of France.svg Alexandre Ferrer (Sherco)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Francesc Moret (Montesa)
3) Flag of France.svg Benoit Dagnicourt (Beta)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Emma Bristow (Ossa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Sandra Gómez (Gas Gas)
20131) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Jeroni Fajardo (Beta)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Jorge Casales (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Pol Tarres (Sherco)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Francesc Moret (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Laia Sanz (Montesa)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Emma Bristow (Sherco)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rebekah Cook (Beta)
20141) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Jaime Busto (Beta)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Franz Kadlec (Beta)
3) Flag of France.svg QC DeCaudemberg (Beta)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Emma Bristow (Sherco)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rebekah Cook (Beta)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Sandra Gómez (Ossa)
20151) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Jeroni Fajardo (Beta)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
1) Flag of France.svg QC DeCaudemberg (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Miquel Gelabert (Sherco)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Iwan Roberts (Beta)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Emma Bristow (Sherco)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rebekah Cook (JGas)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Donna Fox (Sherco)
YearOutdoor SeriesIndoor SeriesFIM Trial 2FIM Women'sFIM Women's Trial 2
20161) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (TRS)
3) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (TRS)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Albert Cabestany (Sherco)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jack Price (Gas Gas)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Iwan Roberts (Beta)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dan Peace (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Emma Bristow (Sherco)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Sandra Gómez (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rebekah Cook (TRS)
20171) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (TRS)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Jaime Busto (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (TRS)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Jeroni Fajardo (Vértigo)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Iwan Roberts (Beta)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Gabriel Marcelli (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Francesc Moret (Montesa)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Emma Bristow (Sherco)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Sandra Gómez (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Germany.svg Theresa Bauml (Beta)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Neus Murcia (Beta)
2) Flag of Germany.svg Jules Teinert (TRS)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Carla Caballe (Gas Gas)
20181) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Jeroni Fajardo (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (TRS)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (TRS)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Jaime Busto (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Italy.svg Matteo Grattarola (Honda)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Toby Martyn (Montesa)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Gabriel Marcelli (Montesa)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Emma Bristow (Sherco)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Berta Abellán (Vértigo)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Sandra Gómez (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Italy.svg Alex Brancati (Beta)
2) Flag of the United States.svg Madeleine Hoover (Gas Gas)
3) Flag of Germany.svg Sophia Ter Jung (Beta)
20191) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (TRRS)
3) Flag of Japan.svg Takahisa Fujinami (Montesa)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Toni Bou (Montesa)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Adam Raga (TRS)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Jeroni Fajardo (Gas Gas)
1) Flag of Spain.svg Gabriel Marcelli (Montesa)
2) Flag of Italy.svg Matteo Grattarola (Honda)
3) Flag of France.svg Alexandre Ferrer (Sherco)
1) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Emma Bristow (Sherco)
2) Flag of Spain.svg Berta Abellán (Vértigo)
3) Flag of Spain.svg Sandra Gómez (TRS)
1) Flag of Germany.svg Vivien Wachs (TRS)
2) Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Alice Minta (Scorpa)
3) Flag of France.svg Caroline Moreon (Sherco)

Championships per rider

Eddy Lejeune at the 1981 Trial de Sant Llorenc Eddy Lejeune Trial Sant Llorenc 1981.jpg
Eddy Lejeune at the 1981 Trial de Sant Llorenç
Yrjo Vesterinen at the 1978 Trial de Sant Llorenc Yrjo Vesterinen Trial Sant Llorec 1978.jpg
Yrjö Vesterinen at the 1978 Trial de Sant Llorenç

As of September 2017, the following ranking shows the riders with most world titles, in outdoor, indoor and total:

RankRiderCountryChampionships (Outdoor)Championships (Indoor)Championships (Total)
1 Toni Bou Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 121325
2 Dougie Lampkin Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK 7512
3 Jordi Tarrés Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 707
4 Don Smith Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK 303
4 Yrjö Vesterinen Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 303
4 Eddy Lejeune Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 303
4 Thierry Michaud Flag of France.svg  France 303
8 Adam Raga Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 246
9 Gustav Franke Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 202
9 Sammy Miller Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK 202
9 Mick Andrews Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK 202
9 Martin Lampkin Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK 202
13 Marc Colomer Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 134
14 Tommi Ahvala Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 112
15 Malcolm Rathmell Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK 101
15 Bernie Schreiber Flag of the United States.svg  United States 101
15 Ulf Karlson Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 101
15 Gilles Burgat Flag of France.svg  France 101
15 Takahisa Fujinami Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 101
20 Albert Cabestany Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 011
FIM Trial 2
RankRiderCountryWins
1Matteo GrattarolaItaly1
2Iwan RobertsUK1
3Jack PriceUK1

Championships per country

As of September 10, 2017, the following ranking shows the countries with most world titles, in outdoor, indoor and total:

RankCountryChampionships (Outdoor)Championships (Indoor)Championships (Total)
1Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 222143
2Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  UK 17522
3Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 415
4Flag of France.svg  France 404
5Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 303
6Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 202
7Flag of Japan.svg  Japan 101
7Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 101
7Flag of the United States.svg  United States 101

See also

The FIM Trials European Championship is organised by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme and has been held since 1992. The championship gives up and coming riders a chance to compete at international level against top class riders, many who have progressed to become champions in the FIM Trial World Championship such as current champion Toni Bou and past champions Dougie Lampkin and Adam Raga

Trial des Nations is the most important Motorcycle trials competition of national teams organized by the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM). After the experiment of Myslenice, Poland, the first official trial of Nations was held in Canzo, Italy, and managed by the Moto Club Canzo. The Italian club also proposed to maintain this event as a yearly competition. Since then, it has been held annually at different countries. Each team is composed of four riders in the male category, and since 2000, three riders in the female category. The team with fewest total penalties is awarded the title. An Indoor Trial des Nations championship was also disputed during 7 years, from 2002 to 2008, and was restarted again in 2012 with the new name FIM X-trial des nations.

Scott Trial

The Scott Trial is a British motorcycle trials competition dating from 1914 run over an off-road course of approximately 70 miles. One of the most challenging trials events in the UK, its appeal is to clubman riders as well as international professional riders. The Scott raises money for the "Scott charities", a range of local non-profit making organisations.

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Spain national under-21 football team under-21 association football team representing Spain

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Adam Raga Spanish motorcycle racer

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Galen Rupp American male long-distance runner

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Antoni Bou Spanish motorcycle racer

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Sidecarcross World Championship

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The 2004 FIM Sidecarcross World Championship, the 25th edition of the competition, started on 21 March 2004 and finished after fourteen race weekends on 5 September 2004 with Daniël Willemsen and Kaspars Stupelis taking out the title once more. For Willemsen, it was his third world championship while it was the second for Stupelis.

Endurocross

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Jordi Tarrés is an internationally renowned former competitive motorcycle trials rider. He was the outdoor FIM Trial World Championship winner for seven years. He is the third most successful trials rider in history, after Dougie Lampkin with 12 titles and Toni Bou with 16.

Laia Sanz motorcycle racer

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Tadeusz Błażusiak, also known as Taddy Blazusiak is a Polish motorcycle rider who has won professional titles in trial, enduro and endurocross. He won the Erzberg Rodeo, an annual Austrian extreme enduro event, five times; the FIM Indoor Enduro World Cup six times; and the AMA EnduroCross Championship five times.

Emma Bristow British motorcycle racer

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Albert Cabestany Spanish motorcycle racer

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D'Andre "DeeDee" Hill is an American track and field coach and former athlete. She competed in sprint events, mainly in 100-meter dash. Her personal record in the event was 10.92 seconds. She represented her country over 100 m at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and shared in a gold medal in the 4×100-meter relay at the 1995 World Championships in Athletics, having run in the heats only.

Raevyn Rogers American middle distance runner

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References

  1. "FIM World Championship". trialonline.org. Archived from the original on 9 June 2016. Retrieved 21 January 2015.