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2010 Motocross des Nations Photo Gallery

See photos of the 2010 Motocross des Nations in the Motorcycle USA 2010 Motocross des Nations photo gallery.

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Gate picks for the MXdN Qualifying are drawn lottery style. Great Britain is not pumped.
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Fans of every country are going all out to show their colors.
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Ryan Dungey was fastest in Saturday Morning's practice, besting the field by four-tenths of a second. A bad start kept him from winning the qualifying round.
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USA's Trey Canard was quicker than the world in the first practice on Saturday's MX2 qualifier.
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Andrew Short grabbed a huge holeshot and led the entire qualifying round in MX3.
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Antonio Cairoli crossed the line first in the qualifying round of the MX1 class.
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Costumes and colors of every nation are in full effect this weekend.
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So who has the better scrub? Ken Rozken.....
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or Zach Osborne? Post up your comments!
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USA's Trey Canard went down in the first turn with Zach Osborne in the first moto. Ice-Trey charged back to 12th.
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Ken Roczen was the first MX2 rider in Moto 1. Who wants to bet we'll see him in the Nationals soon?
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Ryan Dungey took the win in the first moto for Team USA.
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Andrew Short pulled the holeshot in Moto 2 but then tangled with New Zealand's Ben Townley a few laps later. Short went down, and Townley took the win.
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Team New Zealand's Ben Townley battled to the second moto win over MX2 sensation Ken Roczen.
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For the 21st time Team USA took home the win at the Motocross des Nations.
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Team USA overcame two crashes to take the overall win at the 2010 Motocross des Nations.
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Andrew Short bounced back from a rough second moto, grabbing the holeshot. Shorty led Dungey and Townley for several laps.
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Ryan Dungey earned the nickname "Captain America" as he led the USA squad to their 21st MXdN victory in Colorado.
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Trey Canard went down in the first moto and had a bad start in the second, but his never say die attitude was key to Team USA's success.
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France's Marvin Musquin had to pull out of the competition after he injured his wrist in the first moto.
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The MX Panda, Clemente Desalle kept Team Belgium in second with a 4-3 moto score.
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Begium's Jeremy van Horebeek went 13-10, which was good enough to get his team into second overall.
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France's Gautier Paulin finished in the top ten in both of his moto's, but his efforts were a lost cause with his teammate Musquin out of the competition.
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Pro Circuit's Dean Wilson rode for the country of his birth, Scotland. His performance helped the British team snag fourth place, missing the podium by just one point.
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Australia's Brett Metcalfe finished third in the first moto and fifth in the third moto.
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Italy's Antonio Cairoli was the top finisher for his team at the Motocross des Nations. Cairoli struggled with his asthma all weekend but still finished second and fourth in his motos.
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Belgium's Steve Ramon finished sixth in the final moto of the day,
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To the victor go the spoils. Congratulations Team USA!