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Coma steps down from Dakar Rally role

Dakar Rally sporting director Marc Coma has decided to step down from his role following the 2018 edition of the historic event. Coma, a five-time winner of the rally in the bikes, retired from competition in 2015 to become the Dakar's sporting director The Spaniard, who competed in the event 12 times, won the rally in 2006, 2009, 2011, 2014, and 2015 before becoming part of the organisation. Coma, who worked alongside Dakar boss Etienne Lavigne, announced his decision on Friday. "After being a competitor of the Dakar and winning it five times, it was wonderful to be able to discover it behind the scenes, to know what is behind its imposing decoration, the incredible gear that makes up...
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