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ELITSERIEN | NEW ROSPIGGARNA DEAL FOR DOYLE

World champion Jason Doyle has signed a fresh contract with Swedish Elitserien outfit Rospiggarna for 2019.

04 / 10 / 2018, 18:12

World champion Jason Doyle has signed a fresh contract with Swedish Elitserien outfit Rospiggarna for 2019.

The Aussie inspired the Hallstavik team to gold in 2016 and impressed this year on their run to the Elitserien semis.

Doyle’s deal follows hot on the heels of the news his fellow countryman Chris Holder is heading to Indianerna for next season. The Sydneysider makes the switch after spending this term with Lejonen.

He joins World Championship leader Tai Woffinden and recent recruit Joel Andersson in Kumla, with Ludvig Lindgren extending his deal.

And Vastervik have agreed terms with Danish racer Mikkel Bech following an impressive 2018 season with the coastal club.

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