SPANISH multi-world trials champion Toni Bou and Louth World and British trials champion Emma Bristow ruled supreme at the F.I.M. World Trials GP at Addingham Moorside on Sunday.

Both won their respective classes and clinched yet another world crown.

For Bou and his factory-prepared Honda it was business as usual.

Sunday brought him his 12th successive title. The best British contender, in the same class as Bou, was Leeds rider James Dabill, who was placed eighth overall on his Beta machine.

Denby Dale’s Jack Price scraped into a top-10 finish and his championship scoreline is now 46 trailing Dabill by 24 points.

MRS Sherco's Bristow won what was the third event for females.

That gained the 27-year-old blonde her fifth world crown.

Bristow said: "I had a great day. I wanted to win the title on home ground, and I did."

Silsden’s Gabby Whitham was placed 14th in her first world title event.

The competitors travelled from Japan, France, Austria, America, Italy, Spain and Norway.

The Yeadon-Guiseley Motor Club ran the event under the supervision of the F.I.M world governing body of motorcycle sport in all its formats.

The club also staged a youth trial on Saturday over a five section, ridden twice, course for 10 invited youngsters.

Buxton’s Harry Turner won the event from East Keswick’s Harry Hemingway and Telford 14-year-old Alice Minta.

Fraiser Lampkin, Dougie’s youngest son, rode the trial with a broken left wrist.

It is thought that a mountain bike spill the previous caused the injury.

Fraiser fell at the top of the final section and landed on the injured wrist and aggravated the injury. A trip to Airedale General Hospital confirmed what his father thought; a broken wrist.