Martin and Canard win in Japan

Overall wins for Jeremy Martin and Trey Canard in Sugo
It's usually just at the MXoN that the US riders take on the rest of the world, but this weekend a bunch of them headed to Sugo in Japan for the All-Japan Motocross finals and race against both GP and Japanese MX stars. And it was a worthwhile trip, with double AMA champ Jeremy Martin taking the overall in MX2 thanks to a 2-1 scoreline and Trey Canard winning out with the same scoreline in the 450 class.
Martin's competition came from MX2 world champ Tim Gajser who won the first race and Takeshi Katsuya, the Japanese MX2 champ in the second moto.
For Canard, he was duelling with world champ Romain Febvre and Cooper Webb, the Frenchman going 3 -2 and the American 1-3, giving Webb the second spot over Febvre in third.

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