Megan Brodeur Just Misses Another Snocross Title #31 Megan Brodeur from Coaticook, Quebec, was the 3-time and defending Amsoil Women’s Pro Am Snowcross champion. She was also tied in points with Malene Andersen heading into the final round of competition in Eagle River, Wisconsin. We all know Megan from her speed during the Canadian Women’s MX Nationals. She is one of very few women who can keep Eve Brodeur honest.
511 Jordan Lebel Injured at Snocross By Billy Rainford Fast up-and-coming Quebec motocross and snocross racer #511 Jordan Lebel was injured at Round 1 of the 2021 Amsoil Snocross series in Minnesota. From RDS.ca: The racing community behind Jordan Lebel Car raceSaturday, Jan 9, 2021. 11:08 AM(919 VIEWS)Source: Boss racingCaption: Jordan Lebel recognized as a rising star of snocross BY Jean-Nicolas PerronSaturday, Jan 9, 2021, 10:25 AM Yesterday, during the first round of the
Winter X Games | Day 1 Results | SnoCross Snowmobile SnoCross 1. Petter Narsa (SWE) 9:53.91 2. Adam Renheim (SWE) 9:56.75 3. Lincoln Lemieux (USA) 9:58.19 4. Tucker Hibbert (USA) 9:59.93 5. Tim Tremblay (CAN) 10:01.97 6. Corin Todd (USA) 10:09.53 7. Elias Ishoel (NOR) DNF 8. Ryan Springger (USA) DNF Gold – Petter Narsa Siver – Adam Renheim Bronze – Lincoln Lemieux Snowmobile SnoCross Adaptive 1. Mike Schultz (USA)
2015 Winter X Games – SnoCross Results Sunday, Jan 25, 2015 Aspen, Colorado SnoCross Final 1. Tucker Hibbert 2. Kody Kamm 3. Ross Martin 4. Adam Renheim 5. Justin Broberg 6. Tim Tremblay CAN 7. Dave Joanis CAN 8. Colby Crapo 9. Corin Todd 10. John Stenberg Iain Hayden finished 10th in Heat 1 and didn’t make final. Full results sheets HERE.