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Jerome Clementz, Tracy Moseley claim inaugural world enduro crowns

Moseley and Clementz not only won the series, they took the final race, too

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Jerome Clementz (Cannondale) and Tracy Moseley (Trek) were crowned the champions of the 2013 Enduro World Series on Sunday in Finale Ligure, Italy.

The two also won their final events in the inaugural seven-race series.

When the points were tallied, Clementz had won the men’s title with 3,640 points. Jared Graves (Yeti-Fox) finished second overall with 2,898, while Fabien Barel (Canyon) took third with 2,181.

In the women’s contest, Moseley prevailed with 4,000 points. Cecile Ravanel (GT-Skoda) took second with 2,735 while Anne-Caroline Chausson (Ibis) finished third overall with 2,560.