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2010 Motocross des Nations Photo Gallery
Ryan Dungey will be attempting to lead Team USA to their sixth-consecutive Motocross des Nations victory.
See photos of the 2010 Motocross des Nations in the Motorcycle USA 2010 Motocross des Nations photo gallery.
Gate picks for the MXdN Qualifying are drawn lottery style. Great Britain is not pumped.
Fans of every country are going all out to show their colors.
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.
USA's Trey Canard was quicker than the world in the first practice on Saturday's MX2 qualifier.
Andrew Short grabbed a huge holeshot and led the entire qualifying round in MX3.
Antonio Cairoli crossed the line first in the qualifying round of the MX1 class.
Costumes and colors of every nation are in full effect this weekend.
So who has the better scrub? Ken Rozken.....
or Zach Osborne? Post up your comments!
USA's Trey Canard went down in the first turn with Zach Osborne in the first moto. Ice-Trey charged back to 12th.
Ken Roczen was the first MX2 rider in Moto 1. Who wants to bet we'll see him in the Nationals soon?
Ryan Dungey took the win in the first moto for Team USA.
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.
Team New Zealand's Ben Townley battled to the second moto win over MX2 sensation Ken Roczen.
For the 21st time Team USA took home the win at the Motocross des Nations.
Team USA overcame two crashes to take the overall win at the 2010 Motocross des Nations.
Andrew Short bounced back from a rough second moto, grabbing the holeshot. Shorty led Dungey and Townley for several laps.
Ryan Dungey earned the nickname "Captain America" as he led the USA squad to their 21st MXdN victory in Colorado.
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.
France's Marvin Musquin had to pull out of the competition after he injured his wrist in the first moto.
The MX Panda, Clemente Desalle kept Team Belgium in second with a 4-3 moto score.
Begium's Jeremy van Horebeek went 13-10, which was good enough to get his team into second overall.
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.
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.
Australia's Brett Metcalfe finished third in the first moto and fifth in the third moto.
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.
Belgium's Steve Ramon finished sixth in the final moto of the day,
To the victor go the spoils. Congratulations Team USA!
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