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In addition to emerging as a Pro Ski star in the JX1 division, Alec Enderli has been dominating the PRO-AM SKI (JX2) category. The Swiss racer, who rides for Team Experience Kissimmee, won all 3 motos ahead of the ever-improving Tanguy Meziere, who showed impressive speed and agility navigating the difficult circuit. Pascal Tourlan of the Forza team completed the podium in this category. Merging with the PRO-AM SKI (JX2), the VET class have seen the victory of Bruno De Vecchi with maximum points scoring 1/1/1 following by Thierry "Toy" Coutier from Switzerland and member of Jeremy Poret Racing Team and Sebastien Jacquinot.
In the PRO-AM SKI (JX3 4S), Kawasaki team rider Raphael Maurin won all 3 races of the weekend. Fellow Frenchman Simon Raoulx took second and in so doing increased his lead in the overall championship, with Belgian Phil Segers in third place.
The PRO-AM SPORT (JX4) category delivered a superb show with a duel between the championship leaders Baptiste Czimer and Régis Grelin. In third place, awesome performance from Melody Lattes who made several holeshots and battled with guys.
The AM SKI (JX3) category, which boasted the biggest line up of the tour with 33 riders taking to the water in Vichy, saw Parisian Jonathan Le Biez take the top step on the podium with Wilfried Gurnot in second. Third place went to the Belgian Andréa Schena. A special mention must go to Jennifer Menard who finished in 7th position overall and took the overall in the female category. In second place is Lou Dardillat who finished 15th and Flora Moron in third.
Next month the racers will head to the waters of Lac Leman (Lake Geneva), Switzerland where the resort town of Le Bouveret will host the penultimate round of the season on 18 and 19 August.