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A battle between Omar and Blick for Motocross titlePublish Date: Dec 10, 2013
A battle between Omar and Blick for Motocross title
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Alistair Blick in orange and his rival Ali Omar in blue will face off this Sunday. PHOTO/Johnson Were

By Johnson Were

The two contenders for the Mountain Dew national motocross championship final round at Garuga is set and riders are spitting fire in the 85cc title chase due at Garuga racing track this Sunday.

Ali Omar(482pts) trailing with 8 points behind Alistair Blick(490pts) has promised fireworks come Sunday in in the race that determines the 85cc champion.

“I lost the east Africa title to Alistair but this time, am not ready at all to give this title away,” Omar stated.

“I will power my bike to the maximum and if it means crashing am ready this is the final event and I have nothing to lose,” Omar aka bobo stressed.

He added that the last event he fall  because he was not used to  the new KTM 2014,85cc bike that his father had just imported for him.

“Am now used to  the bike and I have trained for some time and ready to go,” he added before congratulating his young brother Waleed Omar who secured the 50cc category title with an event to go after contender Ben Nsumba went  to Zimbabwe.

Meanwhile Arthur Blick when contacted said that his Alistair is ready and in good condition with the bike.

“We have done our training and we are ready to go. He just needs to be focused and he lifts the trophy,” Blick said.

The two riders are in high spirits ahead of Sunday's race. PHOTO/Johnson Were


50cc mini category

1. Isabella Blick 137pts

2. Arnold Nyanzi 75pts

50cc category

1. Ben Nsumba 489pts

2. Waleed Omar 488pts

65cc category

1. Fortune Ssentamu 483pts

2. Wazir Omar 469pts

85cc category

Alistair Blick 490pts

Ali Omar 482pts

MX2 category

1. Talha Kiggundu 438pts

2. Fatuh Kiggundu 393pts

3. Ahmed Tamale 379pts

MX1 category

1. Jesse Kamstra 350pts.

2. Yasin Bukala 324pts

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