Duncan wins WMX world title in points tie-break!

British-based Kiwi Courtney Duncan retained her WMX world title on a tie-break after ending the season on the exact same points as rival Nancy Van de Ven. The pair clashed in the first race start, with Kawasaki rider Duncan going down after hitting Van de Ven, who then crashed in the

Duncan bounces back to win WMX!

The mid-week special round has concluded its first day, with the fourth round of the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship! https://youtu.be/XsIV7UgG3EA Coming into the second WMX event here in Mantova, defending world champion Courtney Duncan of DRT Kawasaki Racing was more keen than ever on claiming back some vital championship points to put herself in a better fighting

Duncan takes Womens World title

The 2019 MXGP of Turkey’s MXGP and MX2 qualifying day have wrapped up today at Afyon circuit, where great performances with full of drama and action were produced by MXGP and MX2 qualification races, not to mention the 2019 WMX World Champion has been crowned.  https://youtu.be/YcjUUCUH-lQ In the MXGP qualification race Glenn Coldenhoff from the Standing Construct KTM team led home Red

Duncan closes in on women’s world title

Around the old school circuit of Loket, the third round of FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship took place where Bike It DRT Kawasaki’s Courtney Duncan has won the round of Czech Republicwith a perfect 1-1 score and 50 points. The New Zealander also extended her lead in the championship to 14 points over Nancy Van de Ven 139

Duncan crashes out of WMX lead

The first round of the 2019 FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship saw Amandine Verstappen take the Valkenswaard victory along with the first overall win and red plate of the new season for the very first time in her career as Courtney Duncan wiped out in spectacular style after winning the first moto. When

Kiwi Duncan joins Dixon Kawasaki

New Zealander Courtney Duncan joins the Bike It DRT Kawasaki team to compete in the FIM Women's World Motocross Championship which kicks off at Valkenswaard in The Netherlands later this month. With two world titles and a further three medals in the Women's World Championship, Kawasaki is proud to announce that

Kiwi Courtney Duncan set sights on 2019 return

Courtney Duncan

Great to see Courtney Duncan back on the bike again and set to return to the world championship motocross in 2019 after three painful years. After overcoming four knee reconstructions, TVNZ caught up with the feisty Kiwi and asked what's next for Courtney? https://tvnz-a.akamaihd.net/963482464001/201811/2627/963482464001_5972946869001_5972943230001.mp4

WMX leader Duncan to miss final rounds

Courtney Duncan

The leader of the 2018 FIM Women's Motocross World Championship,  Courtney Duncan has suffered another heart-breaking injury blow that will put her out of the remaining two rounds of the championship, in Assen, The Netherlands, and Imola, Italy. The 22-year-old New Zealander injured her right foot while racing against the men

Courtney takes the WMX win

The FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship’s 3rd round of 2018 played out over 2 days on the German circuit of Teutschenthal. Altherm JCR Yamaha’s Courtney Duncan faced tough competition and a challenging track this Saturday and Sunday but provided a masterclass for her competitors taking double race wins. The WMX round of Germany was held

Duncan heads Women’s world series

Kiwi Courtney Duncan rode through the tough conditions to take overall victory in the Women's world championship opener in muddy Indonesia on Sunday. The official version of events reads: The FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship started this week with race one on Saturday and race two taking place on Sunday where