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PH's top motocross rider seeks crown in 2022 US Monster Energy FIM Motocross

September 21, 2022 - Wednesday 4:09 PM by GDM

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The top motocross rider in the Philippines for 2019 who hails from Davao City is joining the tough 2022 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations in Michigan, USA, on September 23–25.

Davaoeno Bornok Mangosong is joining the competition, which is participated in by 34 teams worldwide, including the USA.

Mangosong is happy and confident about joining the race.

On April 9, Mangosong won two championship trophies in the Namssa 1st AAG Bongabon National Motocross Cup 2022 in Bongabon, Nueva Ecija.

Mangosong emerged as MX2 Overall champion and MX1 Overall champion in the motocross race against some of the top motocross riders in the Philippines.

On March 26-27, Mangosong also won the Cong. JB and Mayor Ching Bernos Motocross 2022 at Bit-ti Enduro Park, San Gregory, La Paz, Abra.

Mangosong won the Pro Open and Expert categories of the competition.

Mangosong has been on a winning streak lately as he won two trophies in the Mafoco Motocross Competition 22 in T'boli, South Cotabato, on March 5-6.

He won the Pro Open and expert categories of the competition, which were participated in by some of the top motocross riders in the Philippines.

The National Motorcycle Sports Safety Association (NAMSSA) named Mangosong earlier as the top rider in the country for 2019.

In the eight rounds of MX 2 races sanctioned by NAMSSA, the 28-year-old motocross rider from this city got six wins.

In the MX1 races, Mangosong got three wins to get the honor of the coveted rider of the year.

From November 22 to 24, 2019, Mangosong also made the city and the Philippines proud after securing a fourth-place finish in the FIM Asia Supercross Championship held at the Speedworld MX Circuit in Bicutan Taguig.

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