Kiwi wins Super Bike World Champs

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Kiwi Courtney Duncan has been crowned women’s Motocross World Champion.

Duncan comfortably won the penultimate race of the season in Turkey.

It’s Duncan’s first championship title after several near misses in previous years.

Last year she had a commanding lead with only two rounds remaining before foot injury forced her to miss the last races.

She is the first New Zealand woman to win a world motocross title since 2007.

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