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The FIM Women's Motocross World Championship is a women-only motorcross championship, started in 2005, and runs alongside the MXGP and MX2 championship schedule at selected Grand Prix events across the world.

Courtney Duncan is the current WMX champion (2023), winning her 4th Women's Motocross World Championship at round 6 in Turkiye.

WMX Live Timing Timetable TV Schedule Entry List

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Latest WMX Standings

WMX 2023 championship standings after round 6 - Turkiye.

Pos.Num.RiderBikeNat.Pts.
1#151Courtney DuncanKawasakiNZL270
2#255Daniela GuillenGASGASESP240
3#401Lotte Van DrunenKawasakiNED230
Full Championship Standings

WMX World Champions

There have been six different WMX World Champions between 2005 and 2023, with Kiara Fontanesi being the most successful rider winning six Women's Motocross World Championship titles.

YearRiderNatBikePtsLead
2023Courtney DuncanNZLKawasaki270+30
2022Nancy van de VenNEDYamaha201+18
2021Courtney DuncanNZLKawasaki268+31
2020Courtney DuncanNZLKawasaki2070
2019Courtney DuncanNZLKawasaki239+36
2018Kiara FontanesiITAYamaha260+8
2017Kiara FontanesiITAYamaha233+1
2016Livia LancelotFRAKawasaki302+24
2015Kiara FontanesiITAYamaha260+18
2014Kiara FontanesiITAYamaha255+5
2013Kiara FontanesiITAYamaha287+44
2012Kiara FontanesiITAYamaha336+34
2011Stephanie LaierGERKTM307+9
2010Stephanie LaierGERKTM299+26
2009Stephanie LaierGERKTM308+46
2008Livia LancelotFRAKawasaki212+27
2007Katherine PrummNZLKawasaki133+19
2006Katherine PrummNZLKawasaki94+7
2005Stephanie LaierGERKTM50+6

WMX Points Scoring System

The WMX points system is 25-22-20-18-16-15-14-13-12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 for the top 20 finishers, for each of the two main races.

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