Trans Pyrenees Race 2022

Saint-Jean-de-Luz, France

Trans Pyrenees Race Tracking: With four control points and two parcours, riders take on 1500km of the most spectacular and remote scenery in the Pyrenees from the Bay of Biscay on France's south west coast to the Balearic Sea on the south east and back again.

05:00, 30 September, 2022

Distance — Elevation




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Total Racers: 124

Scratched: 31% ( 39 )

Finished: 65% ( 81 )


  • 1stRobert Mueller (Winner)
  • 2ndNeil Phillips (Finished)
  • 3rdAlexander Kopp (Finished)
  • 4thJulien Roissard (Finished)
  • 5thMax Prieur (Finished)
  • 6thJana Kesenheimer (Finished)
  • 7thMoritz Nennemann (Finished)
  • 8thBenjamin Chadourne (Finished)
  • 9thMarkus Zimmermann (Finished)
  • 10thJuhani Saario (Finished)


  • 1stStuart Duggal (Winner)
  • 2ndHugh Pelly (Winner)
  • 3rdChristian van Rens (Finished)
  • 4thLaurent Jolie (Finished)
  • 5thAlexis Dumeaux (Finished)
  • 6thInnes Ogilvie
  • 7thIsobel Filor
  • 8thBernd Sartingen (Scratched)
  • 9thRoberto Baldassi (Scratched)
  • 10thCorrado Ciriani (Scratched)


  • 1stControl Car 2
  • 2ndControl Car 1

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