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Friday, December 2, 2016

Roof of Africa Roll of Honour

The man to beat... Defending Roof of Africa champion Graham Jarvis
Here is a list of all the previous Roof of Africa winners. The first winner from outside Africa was Malcolm Smith of the United States in 1975. Lesotho’s only win in the race belongs to Patrick Andrews in 1992.

The record winner is South Africa’s Alfie Cox with eight Roof of Africa titles.

Past Winners:
1969 – Barry Broady (South Africa, Honda)
1970 – Barry Broady (RSA, Honda)
1971 – Roy Lindley (RSA, Yamaha)
1972 – Roy Lindley (RSA, Yamaha)
1973 – Duncan Barson (RSA, Yamaha)
1974 – Duncan Barson (RSA, Yamaha)
1975 – Malcolm Smith (USA, KTM)
1976 – Kenny Skjoldhammer (RSA, KTM)
1977 – Robbie Wicks (RSA, KTM)
1978 – Elio Andreoletti (RSA, KTM)
1979 – Barry Falconer (RSA, KTM)
1980 – Martin Jones (RSA, Honda)
1981 – Elio Andreoletti (RSA, KTM)
1982 – Stuart Beattie (RSA, Yamaha)
1983 – Kevin Rodgers (RSA, KTM)
1984 – Neil Woolridge (RSA, Kawasaki)
1985 – Murray Watt (Australia, KTM)
1986 – Willie Ireland (RSA, KTM)
1987 – Jurgen Mayer (Germany, KTM)
1988 – Alfie Cox (RSA, Kawasaki)
1989 – Alfie Cox (RSA, Kawasaki)
1990 – Alfie Cox (RSA, Kawasaki)
1991 – Alfie Cox (RSA, Kawasaki)
1992 – Patrick Andrews (Lesotho, Kawasaki)
1993 – Alfie Cox (RSA, Kawasaki)
1994 – Alfie Cox (RSA, Kawasaki)
1995 – Alfie Cox (RSA, Kawasaki)
1996 – Darryl Curtis (RSA, KTM)
1997 – Alfie Cox (RSA, Kawasaki)
1999 – Elmer Symons (RSA, Honda)
2000 – Clayton Enslin (RSA, KTM)
2001 – Alfie Cox (RSA, Kawasaki)
2002 – Elmer Symons (RSA, KTM)
2003 – Jade Gutzeit (RSA, KTM)
2004 – Darryl Curtis (RSA, KTM)
2005 – Louwrens Mahoney (RSA, KTM)
2006 – Louwrens Mahoney (RSA, KTM)
2007 – Louwrens Mahoney (RSA, KTM)
2008 – Chris Birch (New Zealand, KTM)
2009 – Chris Birch (New Zealand, KTM)
2010 – Chris Birch (New Zealand, KTM)
2011 – Graham Jarvis (Great Britain, Husqvarna)
2012 – Wade Young (RSA, Yamaha)
2013 – Graham Jarvis (Great Britain, Husqvarna)
2014 – Wade Young (RSA, KTM)
2015 – Graham Jarvis (Great Britain, Husqvarna)
2016 – ? 

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