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Date: Thu 19 Oct 2017

Unprecedented success for Enderli

One title is the pinnacle of many rider’s career but two in the same year is something many have the opportunity to revel in but Alec Enderli went above and beyond even that in 2017.

The Kawasaki rider completed a monumental campaign with the JX3 - 4 Stroke Ski and JX3 Lites Ski Amateur title and a highly impressive collection of race results.

Enderli was dominant in the JX3 - 4 competition as he notched a maximum 180 points during the opening round in Estavayer-le-Lac along with the final meeting in So’Fun Village. Along with a combined 360 points over the two weekends, he was also victorious in two races in Vichy but failed to take another clean sweep of wins after failing to finish in Moto 3.

His nearest rival was Simon Raoulx who, despite Enderli’s unparalleled success, was still in with a chance of claiming the title heading into the final race of the series.

He performed even better in the JX3 Lites Ski Amateur class as he finished just seven points shy of a series maximum. Estavayer and So’Fun were perfect weekends while he notched a pair of first-placed finishes and a second in Vichy.

“It is always a pleasure to fight on the water with Simon [Raoulx], he is a very great racer and it is a good friend,” Enderli said.

“I am very happy to have won this category [JX3 - 4 Stroke Ski] which was not a goal at the beginning of the year, however I am more satisfied to have won the JX3 lites, the level is very high.”

The series was opened on local water for Enderli as the Swiss town of Estavayer-le-Lac experienced the best stand-up riders compete for an early lead and he couldn’t have been happier to race in his home country long while So’Fun will also live long in the memory.

“It was superb to be able to race at home, one of my first races was there when I was only 8 years old, it is therefore always nice to come back here.”

“For me, [So’Fun] was an important race. The championship was not yet finished and I had to ensure my first place. I was physically ready so I was able to approach the competition intensely.”

Winning a title in 2017 was always an aim for Enderli but the scale of his success was unexpected and know he has his eyes set on achieving even more next year.

“After a second place last year, my goal was to win the JX3 title. However, the JX3 4-stroke was not in my goals so I'm glad I could reach that and have the JX3 4 stroke title.”

“This winter I have to undergo an operation on my shoulder that will hold me back for three months, so I’m aiming to be able to return 100 per cent next year, run on JX2 and make the podium.”