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Australian sensation Darcy Ward made a spectacular return from a broken shoulder as he won his first ever Grand Prix at the Danish GP in Copenhagen.
21-year-old Ward, in his first full season as a GP rider, was making his competitive return to action having broken his shoulder in Sweden at the start of May.
Ward led the qualifying section on 13 points, and he made no mistake in the semi-finals, winning his heat before taking victory in the final edging out Matej Zagar after the pair battled for a very entertaining couple of laps.
Current world champion and Ward's compatriot Chris Holder took the final place on the podium in third, whilst Polish veteran Tomasz Gollob showed a return to form in fourth.
World championship leader Emil Sayfutdinov made the semi-finals, along with nearest rival Britan's Tai Woffinden - but they both succumbed to Zagar and Gollob - despite having the first two picks for gates. The Russian actually extended his lead in the standings to 13 points over the Brit.
Greg Hancock and Freddie Lindgren were the other semi-finalists, but the American was beaten into third by Ward and Holder as the Swede was unable to take his place after falling heavily in his final ride.
Indeed it was a night to forget for the Swedes as Andreas Jonsson was sidelined for the night after a fall in his opening ride as he ran into an already grounded Sayfutdinov, who was hugely fortunate not to receive any major injuries.
It was an equally bad night for the home fans, as favourites Niels-Kristian Iversen and Nicki Pedersen both surprisingly failed to make the latter stages much to the annoyance of the Danish fans.
It has been a tough Ashes tour for England's batsmen but Joe Root finally made Australia's bowlers earn their spoils on day four in Adelaide.
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