Kiwi-born Courtney Duncan is one of the most dominant female motocross racers in recent years, collecting a string of three world titles in 2019, 2020, and 2021. Getting her start back home in New Zealand, Courtney developed her skills quickly and began traveling all over the world to race at an early age - most notably to the US. As Courtney’s career progressed, unfortunately the Women’s professional series began to subside - so she turned to Europe where the MXGP circuit hosted a proper Women’s World Championship. She got her start in Europe in 2016 and while clearly being one of the fastest riders, crashes and injuries kept her from achieving her goal of a world title. In 2019 she made the switch over to Kawasaki with Steve Dixon’s DRT program and won the title in her first year with the team. Two titles have followed and she’s now got the trophies to go along with that incredible speed!