Justin Brayton Scores A Podium at ESPN Moto-X WorldsWednesday, April 16, 2008 | 6:28 AM
Brayton’s on the podium with teammate Wey & Hepler at the first ESPN Navy Moto-X World Championships at San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium
CARLSBAD, Calif., (April 16, 2008) – Deluge Sport Drink’s Justin Brayton (MDK/KTM) made a bit of history this past Sunday afternoon at San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium when he landed on the podium of the first- ever ESPN Navy Moto-X World Championships, a made-for-TV event featuring a slew of stars from motocross, FMX and supermoto.
Brayton, who’s currently contesting the Western Region (WSX) of Monster Energy Supercross and sits in 7th place with one race remaining (Seattle), said one of the main reasons he was able to beat the torturous mid-90s degree heat on the floor of Qualcomm Stadium was that he thoroughly hydrated himself with Deluge Sport Drink.
“Deluge was about as important to me Sunday as my bike’s motor,” said Brayton. “And both worked great. Deluge kept me hydrated despite the intense heat and my MDK/KTM got allowed me to run at podium pace for Moto-X. I’m pumped to be able to put Deluge up on the box.”
Next up for Deluge Sport Drink’s Justin Brayton is Round 16 of Monster Energy Supercross at Seattle (April 26th).
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