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Braun cruZer Tour 2007: NASS Final Results

Full results from the Braun cruZer Tour's second stage have now been released and Mark Webb's (GBR) title defence is well on track.

Webb, the 2005 and ’06 winner won the second stage of the three-part competition at the National Action Sports Show in Bath, Great Britain, much to the delight of his substantial, and mainly female, travelling fanclub.

He will now go into next week’s final round at the Suzuki BMX Masters as clear favourite to take the overall Braun cruZer Tour title.

In a repeat of the top three positions from the first stage, Ben Wallace (GBR) was second and Venezuelan Daniel Dhers (VEN) third.

Using every square inch he could find, Webb’s Alleyoops covered the width of the mini spine ramp, while his Flair 360 Tailtaps were technically perfect.

Ben Hennon (GBR) was fourth and Chris Mahoney (GBR) fifth, with another Briton Tony Watkinson improving on his ninth place at stage one to move up to sixth.

Two more Britons Phil Aller and Louis Smith were seventh and eighth respectively, and rounding out the top ten were two Mexicans Jorge O’Lveda and Sergio Manzo.

Webb picked up 1000 points for his win and holds a 20-point lead over Wallace with Dhers in third, a further 20-points behind. Hennon is fourth overall and Mahoney fifth.

The highly anticipated final stage of the Braun cruZer Tour is at this weekend’s Suzuki BMX Masters in Cologne, Germany.

Full results from NASS:

1.    Mark Webb (GBR)
2.    Ben Wallace (GBR)
3.    Daniel Dhers (VEN)
4.    Ben Hennon (GBR)
5.    Chris Mahoney (GBR)
6.    Tony Watkinson (GBR)
7.    Phil Aller (GBR)
8.    Louis Smith (GBR)
9.    Jorge O’Lveda (MEX)
10.    Sergio Manzo (MEX)

Overall standings (after two stages):

1.    Mark Webb (GBR) – 2000 points
2.    Ben Wallace (GBR) – 1980
3.    Daniel Dhers (VEN) - 1960
4.    Ben Hennon (GBR) - 1940
5.    Chris Mahoney (GBR) - 1920

The final of the Braun cruZer Tour will take place at
Suzuki BMXMasters, BMX, 13-15 July, Cologne (GER).

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