Mar 24, 2002
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From an FIM press release:<BR><BR>2002 FIM World Champions' Awards<BR>December 21,2002 – St. Vincent<BR><BR>The 2002 FIM World Champions' Awards Ceremony, organised by Dorna, will be held at the Palais St-Vincent in St-Vincent, Va; d'Aosta (Italy) on December 21. In the presence of FIM delegates and many guests, sponsors and VIPs, the 2002 World Champions in Road Racing, Motocross, Trial Enduro and Track Racing will receove their medals and trophies. Representatives of the Manfacturers' World Champions will receive their diplomas.<BR><BR>The first 2002 World Champions have already won their titles: the Spanish rider Albert Cabestany, aged 21, is the Indoor Trial World Champion, and the Swedish rider Per-Olov Serenius won his second Individual Ice Racing World Championship title. Aged 54, Serenius took part for the 25th consecutive year in the Individual Ice Racing World Championship finals. He is also a member of the Swedish team, together with Stefan Svensson and Ola Westlund, who won the Team Ice Racing World Championship.<BR>