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ROME – The Stadio Flaminio facilitated the 1960 Olympic soccer last, in which Yugoslavia crushed Denmark for the gold. Around 50 years after the fact, the setting facilitated the last stop of the world’s debut free-form motocross arrangement, with a Spaniard winning the occasion and an American guaranteeing the general arrangement title. At the excellent finale of the Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour 2010 it was Spain’s Dany Torres who cruised to triumph before a limit horde of 20,000, crushing American Adam Jones in an exciting last. In the general arrangement standings, American Nate Adams figured out how to secure consecutive titles on the planet’s most regarded free-form motocross visit with a solid third place complete in the Eternal City.

“I cherish Italy!” shouted an elate Torres into the amplifier in the wake of inspiring the two judges and group alike with his immense secret stash in the last round. Jones, his rival, was compelled to concede that the Spaniard had merited the win in Rome: “Dany didn’t commit a solitary error. I fouled up in the last round. He merited the triumph here this evening.”

In a city which has seen more than what’s coming to its of incredible gladiatorial fights, the duel for the general Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour title could scarcely have been nearer going into the last stop of the season. Toward the end it was Adams who developed triumphant by the littlest of edges – only five focuses – from the straight on confrontation with Andrè Villa of Norway. The triumph implies that Adams effectively safeguard his title, while Villa, who completed on the platform at the initial four of the six stops in 2010, was left to lament chances missed in the season.

The Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour 2010 took the world’s best free-form motocross riders to fabulous areas crosswise over three mainlands, where they were gived a shout out to live by a sum of 169,000 fans. The riders contended on the planet’s biggest bullfighting field in Mexico City; before the Great Sphinx of Giza; on Moscow’s Red Square, in Madrid’s well known bullfighting ring; before the Battersea Power Station in London; and at the season finale in Rome’s Stadio Flaminio. They finished an aggregate of 770 bounces – including 524 flips – and joined, flew more than 55,000 feet all the while.

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Last Standings, Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour 2010

1. Nate Adams (USA/370 focuses)

2. Andrè Villa (NOR/365 focuses)

3. Dany Torres (ESP/310 focuses)

4. Levi Sherwood (NZL/290 focuses)

5. Adam Jones (USA/290 focuses)

6. Robbie Maddison (AUS)

7. Tangle Rebeaud (SUI)

8. Eigo Sato (JPN)

Red Bull X-Fighters World Final Rome 2010

1. Dany Torres (ESP)

2. Adam Jones (USA)

3. Nate Adams (USA)

4. Andrè Villa (NOR)

5. Tangle Rebeaud (SUI)

6. Rémi Bizouard (FRA)