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World Titles – Statistics

Check out some stats from the FIM Motocross World Championships. Countries with most titles, and riders with most titles.

World Championships by nationality
Country 500cc / MX3 Country 250cc / MX1 Country 125cc / MX2
Belgium Belgium 24 Belgium Belgium 18 Belgium Belgium 10
Sweden Sweden 10 Italy Italy 8 Italy Italy 7
United Kingdom United Kingdom 6 France France 8 France France 7
France France 4 Sweden Sweden 6 Netherlands Netherlands 6
East Germany East Germany 3 Soviet Union USSR 4 South Africa South Africa 3
Finland Finland 3 United States United States 3 United States United States 3
Italy Italy 1 Austria Austria 2 Finland Finland 1
New Zealand New Zealand 1 South Africa South Africa 2 Japan Japan 1
United States United States 1 Finland Finland 1 New Zealand New Zealand 1
Spain Spain 1 Netherlands Netherlands 1 United Kingdom United Kingdom 1
Switzerland Switzerland 1 United Kingdom United Kingdom 1 Germany Germany 1
Austria Austria 1 Slovenia Slovenia 1 Slovenia Slovenia 1
Slovenia Slovenia 1

World Championships by rider

Belgium Stefan Everts 10 (3 x MX1, 1 x MXGP, 2 x 500cc, 3 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
Italy Antonio Cairoli 8 (5 x MX1, 1 x MXGP, 2 x MX2)
Belgium Joël Robert 6 (6 x 250cc)
Belgium Roger De Coster 5 (5 x 500cc)
Belgium Joël Smets 5 (4 x 500cc, 1 x 650cc)
Belgium Eric Geboers 5 (2 x 500cc, 1 x 250cc, 2 x 125cc)
Belgium Georges Jobé 5 (3 x 500cc, 2 x 250cc)
Finland Heikki Mikkola 4 (3 x 500cc, 1 x 250cc)
Sweden Torsten Hallman 4 (4 x 250cc)
Belgium Harry Everts 4 (1 x 250cc, 3 x 125cc)
Belgium André Malherbe 3 (3 x 500cc)
United Kingdom David Thorpe 3 (3 x 500cc)
East Germany Paul Friedrichs 3 (3 x 500cc)
Soviet Union Guennady Moisseev 3 (3 x 250cc)
South Africa Greg Albertyn 3 (2 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
Belgium Gaston Rahier 3 (3 x 125cc)
Italy Alessio Chiodi 3 (3 x 125cc)
France Yves Demaria 3 (3 x MX3)
Netherlands Jeffrey Herlings 3 (3 x MX2)
France Jean-Michel Bayle 2 (1 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
Netherlands John van den Berk 2 (1 x 250 cc, 1 x 125 cc)
France Frédéric Bolley 2 (2 x 250cc)
Belgium Sven Breugelmans 2 (2 x MX3 )
Sweden Håkan Carlqvist 2 (1 x 500cc, 1 x 250cc)
Austria Heinz Kinigadner 2 (2 x 250cc)
Sweden Sten Lundin 2 (2 x 500cc)
France Marvin Musquin 2 (2 x MX2)
Sweden Bill Nilsson 2 (2 x 500cc)
United States Trampas Parker 2 (1 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
France Mickael Pichon 2 (2 x 250cc)
Italy Alessandro Puzar 2 (1 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
Belgium Steve Ramon 2 (1 x MX1, 1 x 125cc)
United States Donny Schmit 2 (1 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
United Kingdom Jeff Smith 2 (2 x 500cc)
Sweden Rolf Tibblin 2 (2 x 500cc)
France Sebastien Tortelli 2 (1 x 250cc, 1 x 125cc)
Sweden Bengt Aberg 2 ( 2 x 500cc)
Slovenia Tim Gajser 2 (1 x MX2, 1 x MXGP)
United States Bob Moore 1 (1 x 125cc)
Germany Ken Roczen 1 (1 x MX2)
France Jordi Tixier 1 (1 x MX2)
France Romain Febvre 1 (1 x MXGP)
United States Brad Lackey 1 (1 x 500cc)

Countries – Medal table

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Belgium 55 46 34 135
2 France 19 11 14 44
3 Sweden 17 20 18 55
4 Italy 16 16 14 46
5 Great Britain 12 19 16 47
6 Netherlands 7 11 19 37
7 United States 7 8 10 25
8 Germany 5 8 12 25
9 Finland 5 5 4 14
10 South Africa 5 1 0 6
11 Russia 4 1 3 8
12 Austria 3 0 2 5
13 Slovenia 3 0 1 4
14 New Zealand 2 4 5 11
15 Czech Republic 1 5 6 12
16 Spain 1 1 2 4
17 Switzerland 1 1 1 3
18 Japan 1 1 0 2
19 Australia 0 3 0 3
20 Ukraine 0 1 2 3
21 Portugal 0 1 0 1
22 Latvia 0 1 0 1
23 Bulgaria 0 0 1 1
24 Ireland 0 0 1 1
Total 164 164 165 493

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