Laia Sanz (Spain)

BORN

December 11 1985

FROM

Corbera de Llobregat – Spain

SERIES / CLASS

EWC EW

RIDE

KTM 350 EXC-F

TEAM

KTM Factory Racing / KTM Factory Rally Team

 

Bio

The super-champion Laia Sanz began her riding story with her elder brother’s Montesa Cota 25cc. From Montesa to KTM, Laia became a Trial legend winning everything in the women’s category: 13 world titles, 10 European titles, 6 Trial des Nations, 3 Enduro World Championships… The Catalan rider also competed at Dakar, and in 2015 she came in 9th overall.

 

Career Highlights

2015

Women’s Enduro World Champion

9th overall Dakar Rally

Gold Medal X Games Womens Enduro X Austin

2014

Women’s Enduro World Champion

2013

Women’s Enduro World Champion

Women’s World Trial Champion

1st Female Class Dakar Rally

Gold Medal X Games Womens Enduro X Barcelona

Gold Medal X Games Womens Enduro X Los Angeles

Gold Medal X Games Womens Enduro X Foz do Iguaçu

Silver Medal X Games Womens Enduro X Munich

2012

Women’s Enduro World Champion

Women’s World Trial Champion

1st Female Class Dakar Rally

Women’s Trial des Nations Champion

2011

2nd Women’s Enduro World Champion

Women’s World Trial Champion

1st Female Class Dakar Rally

Women’s Trial des Nations Champion

Women’s Trial European Champion

2010

3rd Women’s Enduro World Champion

Women’s World Trial Champion

Women’s Trial des Nations Champion

Women’s Trial European Champion

Women’s Trial Spanish Champion

2009

Women’s World Trial Champion

2nd Women’s Trial des Nations Championship

Women’s Trial European Champion

Women’s Trial Spanish Champion

2008

Women’s World Trial Champion

2nd Women’s Trial des Nations Championship

Women’s Trial European Champion

Women’s Trial Spanish Champion

2007

2nd Women’s World Trial Championship

4th Women’s Trial des Nations Championship

Women’s Trial European Champion

Women’s Trial Spanish Champion

2006

Women’s World Trial Champion

2nd Women’s Trial des Nations Championship

Women’s Trial European Champion

Women’s Trial Spanish Champion

2005

Women’s World Trial Champion

3rd Women’s Trial des Nations Championship

Women’s Trial European Champion

Women’s Trial Spanish Champion

2004

Women’s World Trial Champion

3rd Women’s Trial des Nations Championship

Women’s Trial European Champion

Women’s Trial Spanish Champion

2003

Women’s World Trial Champion

3rd Women’s Trial des Nations Championship

Women’s Trial European Champion

Women’s Trial Spanish Champion

2002

Women’s World Trial Champion

Women’s Trial des Nations Champion

Women’s Trial European Champion

2001

Women’s World Trial Champion

2nd Women’s Trial des Nations Championship

2nd Women’s Trial European Championship

2000

Women’s World Trial Champion

Women’s Trial des Nations Champion

2nd Women’s Trial European Championship


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