1st July 2016
Great Britain will have two representatives in this year’s FIM 250cc Youth World Cup which takes place in Grudziadz Poland next week.
Leon Flint and Kean Dicken will be travelling out to the Polish venue ready to start the pre World Cup Training Camp that starts on Wednesday 6th July.
GB Youth Boss Neil Vatcher said, “the FIM do a great programme prior to this event with a three day training camp which includes all the riders participating in Swimming, Mental and Sports Training, Bike Safety checks and how to present a sponsorship presentation, over the course of the three days. Then there are two semi finals run over the weekend, one on Saturday 9th and the second one on Sunday 10th July, and for the first time the World Final is being held five days later in Gustrow Germany on Friday 15th July.
The Young Lions Management wish both Leon and Kean all the best in their quest to qualify for the World Final.
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