After kicking off in Teutschenthal, Germany, the FIM Women's Motocross World Cup 2006 concluded last weekend in Uddevalla, Sweden. Kawasaki's Katherine Prumm of New Zealand followed up her win last year with another perfect score. KTM's Stephanie Laier of Germany took second overall with a 3-2 and France's Livia Lancelot (Yam) rounded out the podium with a 2-4. Local Swede Elin Mann (KTM) took fourth overall.

Round 1 Teutschenthal, Germany

1. Katherine Prumm NZL Kawasaki 47

2. Lavia Lancelot FRA Yamaha 47

3. Steffi Laier GER KTM 40

4. Larissa Papenmeier GER Honda 32

5. De Winter BEL Yamaha 32

7. Elin Mann SWE KTM 29

Round 2 Udevalla, Sweden

1. Katherine Prumm NZL Kawasaki 47

2. Stephanie Laier GER KTM 47

3. Elin Mann SWE KTM 36

4. Livia Lancelot FRA Yamaha 31

5. Marianne Veenstra NED Suzuki 28

FIM Women’s Motocross World Cup final standing

1. Katherine Prumm NZL Kawasaki 94

2. Steffi Laier GER KTM 87

3. Livia Lancelot FRA Yamaha 78

4. Elin Mann SWE KTM 63

5. Alexandra Haupt GER Kawasaki 55

FIM Motocross News


Jean Turner | Contributor

A former staffer at Cycle News, Turner continues to contribute to the website and magazine as a columnist and someone we can count on to whip up a few thousand words on an off-road race when needed.

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