Miami Celtics crowned 2022 GCL Super Cup champions

An outstanding performance from Bertram and Michael G Duffy, along with Switzerland's Edouard Schmitz, guided Miami Celtics to a massive victory in yesterday's €1.5M Global Champions League Super Cup Final at Prague in the Czech Republic.

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Published  21.11.2022
Bertram & Pacino Amiro kicked the Miami Celtics into action as the first duo out in round 1, securing the fourth clear of the night. Michael Duffy and Clicico performed their on-form best in replicating Allen's clear, with all to play for Eduard Schmitz entering the arena as the third rider. An unlucky rail falling but a tight time from Schmitz aboard Gamin Van't Naastveldhof left the Miami Celtics in the driving seat on equal penalties but quicker total time than the Shanghai Swans.

Coming into round 2, the Miami Celtics had it all to play for. In a laser point-perfect and speedy round, Bertram jumped his second clear. Two rails from Michael G Duffy meant all room for error left the building. 23-year-old Edouard Schmitz had all the pressure on his shoulder entering the ring but managed to go clear as the crowd went wild for the newly crowned 2022 GCL Super Cup champions.

The trio finished on a final score of 12 faults, the same as Valkenswaard United, but almost six seconds faster to take the win.
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