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Sam Rogers Takes Third Place at the WA Hard Enduro Jarvis Invitational

Graham Jarvis, Wade Ibrahim and Sam Rogers are on the podium at the West Australian Hard Enduro Series

The West Australian Hard Enduro Series (WHES) kicked off its 2023 season with a bang at the Graham Jarvis Invitation on April 2nd. The invitational race was a roaring success, and credit is due to the event organisers, participants, and fans. The riders displayed true sportsmanship and remarkable determination and skill, and the competition was fierce.

Sam Rogers, a rising star in the hard enduro scene, gave an impressive performance and secured a well-deserved place on the podium, taking third place. The second spot went to Wade Ibrahim, while the legendary Graham Jarvis took first place and the overall win.

The event was a highlight for the spectators who came to support their hometown heroes and those who travelled from the east coast to experience the thrill of the race. The WHES event organisers expressed their gratitude for the overwhelming support and emphasised that the success of the invitational would not have been possible without everyone’s contributions.

The WA Hard Enduro Jarvis Invitational was an exhilarating start to the 2023 season, and the riders have set the bar high for the upcoming races. Fans are eagerly anticipating the next event in the series and can’t wait to see what feats of skill and bravery the riders will demonstrate next.

Official results are as follows:

1st – Graham Jarvis (6 Laps)
2nd – Wade Ibrahim (6 Laps)
3rd – Sam Rogers (4 Laps)
4th – Callum Ceglinski (4 Laps)
5th – Matthew Broderick (4 Laps)
6th – Neil Price (4 Laps)
7th – Billy McCullough (3 Laps)
8th – Grady Byrne (3 Laps)
9th – Craig Hellings (3 Laps)
10th – Jakob Petrig (3 Laps)

Images courtesy of Nicolau Barros

For a full recap on the event through “Sam-Cam”, check out the latest video from Sam Rogers.


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