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Theresa Bäuml
German motorcycle racer

Theresa Bäuml

Theresa Bäuml
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Quick Facts

Intro German motorcycle racer
Is Motorcycle racer
From Germany
Field Sports
Gender female
Birth 27 October 1997, Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Age 24 years
Star sign Scorpio
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Theresa Bauml (born in Koblenz, Germany), is a German Women's International motorcycle trials rider. She was the 2015 German Women's and FIM European Women's Trials Champion. In 2016 Bauml retained her European title.

Biography

Theresa Bauml first rode trials on the international scene in 2010 at the Czech World Trials round. She returned there again in 2011 and scored her first international points with a 15th-place finish, ending the season 22nd in the FIM World Women's Trials Championship.

In 2012 Bauml finished runner-up to Ina Wilde in the German Women's Championship. She was again runner-up to Wilde in 2013, finishing the season strongly with her first national win at the final Kiefersfelden round. On the international circuit Bauml ended the season a creditable 2nd place in the European championship behind British rider Emma Bristow.

A strong start to 2014 saw Bauml win the opening three rounds of the German series, but was knocked back to 2nd place later in the season, finished runner-up once again to Ina Wilde. They carried their rivalry over to the European Championships, with Bauml taking a pair of wins in Poland, but Wilde managed to ahead on points for a repeat of their familiar one-two finish.

In 2015 Bauml had her best season to date, turning the tables on Wilde and finally taking the top step of the podium at the end of the season. Winning her first German Women's Trials Title ahead of Wilde with Bianca Huber in 3rd place. She also stood on the podium alongside Wilde and Mona Pekarek as a member of the German Women's Trial Des Nations Team that finished runner up to the British team in the Czech Republic. But the icing on the cake was winning the European Women's Championship after taking 2nd place in Italy and winning both rounds in Poland.

German Women's Trials Championship

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Points Rank
2011 Gas Gas ROH
ROH
OSN
OSN
26 7th
2012 Beta SCH
SCH
OSN
OSN
66 2nd
2013 Ossa SPE
SPE
KIE
KIE
65 2nd
2014 Ossa SCH
SCH
KIE
KIE
WER
WER
OSN
OSN
146 2nd
2015 Ossa ROH
ROH
WIE
WIE
WIL
WIL
OSN
OSN
157 1st
2016 Beta SCH
SCH
OSN
OSN
75 1st
2017 Beta FRA
FRA
SCH
SCH
OSN
OSN
WUS
WUS
157 1st

Women's European Trials Championship

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 Points Rank
2010 Gas Gas ITA
AND
CZE
22 7th
2011 Gas Gas ITA
GER
CZE
7 15th
2012 Beta ITA
CZE
NED
34 4th
2013 Ossa CZE
NOR
SWE
210 2nd
2014 Ossa ITA
POL
POL
BEL
355 2nd
2015 Ossa ITA
POL
POL
285 1st
2016 Beta ITA
POL
POL
GER
400 1st
2017 Beta NED
LET
LET
ITA
340 2nd
2018 Montesa SPA
POL
POL
ITA
BEL
410 2nd

Women's World Trials Championship

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 Points Rank
2011 Gas Gas GER
CZE
ITA
1 21st
2012 Beta AND
AND
SWI
SWI
SWI
12 14th
2013 Ossa AND
AND
FRA
FRA
FRA
23 10th
2014 Ossa BEL
SPA
SPA
AND
36 5th
2015 Ossa CZE
CZE
SPA
SPA
SPA
33 6th
2016 Beta GBR
GBR
ITA
ITA
FRA
45 6th
2017 Beta USA
USA
CZE
ITA
57 3rd
2018 Montesa JAP
JAP
FRA
GBR
39 7th

Honors

  • German Women's Trials Champion 2015, 2016, 2017
  • European Women's Trials Champion 2015, 2016

Related Reading

  • FIM Trial European Championship
  • FIM Trial World Championship
The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 18 Jul 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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