Nancy Van De Ven | No Pain No Gain - Issue 111 MXGP Mag

Van de Ven's journey to her maiden world title was not an easy one, in fact, the Dutch rider finished as runner-up a total of five times, four of which were consecutive times in 2018 2019, 2020, and 2021.

For the last several seasons, Van de Ven was among the title favorites and despite falling short numerous times, her resilience and perseverance is the perfect example of good things that come to those who wait no matter how hard the losses may be. 

For 2023, Van de Ven will return to defend her WMX title with the same team Ceres 71 Racing and we are sure that the title battle between her, Courtney Duncan, and Lynn Valk will be exciting and the title battle will end up, a tradition now, at the last race of the Championship.

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