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Poret and Reiterer hit top form for the JX International Cup

During the 23nd edition of Free4Style, Jetcross joined forces with AquaX to offer a unique watersport event on Lake Neuchatel, in Estavayer-le-Lac, Switzerland. To open the event, a big announcement...

During the 23nd edition of Free4Style, Jetcross joined forces with AquaX to offer a unique watersport event on Lake Neuchatel, in Estavayer-le-Lac, Switzerland. To open the event, a big announcement was made and broadcasted worldwide on Facebook to unveil the merger. See the official press release here and replay of the press conference here !

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Official press conference broadcast worldwide with left to the right : Gino Cedeno (TV presenter) – Lisa Barsby (AquaX director) – Julien Bastien (JX director) – Mike Young (Announcer) – Jeremy Poret (JX pro racer) – Kevin Reiterer (JX pro racer) and Valentin Dardillat (JX pro racer) – ©Vitom – July 2016 (P1 Management)

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SKI ELITE – Jeremy PORET keeps the Jetcross title at home

Jeremy Poret scored 1-2-2 and kept the Jetcross Cup at home, well done Jeremy ! - ©Vitom - July 2016 (P1 Management)

Jeremy Poret scored 1-2-2 and kept the Jetcross Cup at home, well done Jeremy ! – ©Vitom – July 2016 (P1 Management)

Jetcross International Cup action was thick and fast this afternoon from Lake Neuchâtel, Estavayer-le-Lac, Switzerland. When the water finally settled, it was Kevin Reiterer who won the battle on his SDC TRAK, with a 900cc 4 stroke Rotax engine, but it was Jeremy Poret, official Bullett Racing factory rider, who won the war. Anthony Torelli came home in third.

On the left : Kevin Reiterer jumps the Drop-zone.fr log jump - Right top : Anthony Torelli on his new Bullett - Right below : tought explication between Raphael Maurin (#44) and Marvin Martinez

On the left : Kevin Reiterer jumps the Drop-zone.fr log jump – Right top : Anthony Torelli on his new Bullett – Right below : tought explication between Raphael Maurin (#44) and Marvin Martinez – ©Lou Dardillat – July 2016 (P1 Management)

Fourth place went to the Frenchman Raphael Maurin (Team Kawasaki Pastorello) and fifth place went to privater Jonathan Le Biez, on his Bullett V2 Wideboy powered by a 1100cc Kawasaki engine.

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Left to the right : Raphael Maurin – FRA(4th) – Kevin Reiterer – AUT (2nd) – Jeremy Poret – FRA (1st) , Anthony Torelli – FRA (3rd) – Jonathan Le Biez – FRA (5th) – ©Vitom – July 2016 (P1 Management)

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SKI PRO-AM – Simon RAOULX on the top of the world

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It was a battle between Frenchmen Simon Raoulx (Team Perez Competition) and veteran Bruno Lagardère, both on their HSR S4. At the end of the weekend, Simon Raoulx won the title, with Bruno Lagardère in second, and Sebastien Rathoin in third.

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SKI AMATEUR – Hotshots Pierre Guilbert and Alec Enderli place in front of Austrian veteran Markus Erlach

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In a battle between generations in Ski Amateur class, 17  year old Pierre Guilbert won the overall with a almost perfect 2-1-1, followed by 17 year old Swiss Alec Enderli. The only man able to stop the dominance of the two young guns, was 44 years old Austrian Markus Erlach. The veteran took the final place of the podium in one of the most competitive categories of the weekend.

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SKI JUNIOR & LADIES – Swiss domination in both class

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Because the Jetcross International Cup is the only race held in their own country, Anais Mishler and Mathieu Rochat were super excited to bring home the respective titles in both class Ladies and Juniors. The crowd pushed the riders to win in front of France’s Lou Dardillat in the Ladies, and Naia Granger and Lucie Mischler (Anais’s sister) in Juniors.

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Photo album

BEST SHOOTS OF THE JX INTERNATIONAL CUP and AQUAX CUP in Switzerland at Estavayer-le-Lac, during the Free4Style !!
You miss it, ok we forgive you for this year but next season you must be there, for waiting see our photos gallery and click to the pics below :

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Results available

For following all the results of the race click here !