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Sean Wilson (speedway rider)

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Sean Wilson
Sean Wilson 27-04-05.jpg
Born (1969-11-07) 7 November 1969 (age 51)
York, England
Nationality England
Current club information
Career statusRetired
Career history
1986-1988, 1999-2005Sheffield Tigers
1989-1990, 1997-1998Coventry Bees
1990King's Lynn Stars
1991-1993, 1995-1996Bradford Dukes
2000-2003Västervik (SWE)
2000TŻ Lublin (POL)
2001-2002Opole (POL)
2003Rawicz (POL)
Individual honours
1999, 2003, 2005Premier League Riders Champion
Team honours
1991, 1992, 1993British League KO Cup winner
1997Craven Shield Winner
1999, 2002Premier League Champion
1995, 2002Premier League KO Cup Winner
2001Premier Trophy Winner
1999, 2002Young Shield Winner
1999, 2000Premier League Fours Champion

Sean Wilson (born 7 November 1969 in York, England)[1] is a former international speedway rider who has ridden for Great Britain at test level.

Career summary

Wilson had a career spanning 20 years, starting and finishing at Sheffield. He became Premier League Riders Champion three times.

His career ended early due to a number of injuries. In 2004 whilst riding in Joe Screen's testimonial at Belle Vue he crushed the C7 vertebrate in his neck leaving him in a neck brace for several months. He returned in 2005 but suffered a dislocated shoulder and a fractured humerus. He was subsequently, much to his disappointment, released at the end of 2005 which triggered a retirement.

After retirement

Wilson now has a speedway engine building business and counts former world champion Gary Havelock, Kyle Legault and David Howe amongst his past and present customers.


  1. ^ Oakes, P.(2004). British Speedway Who's Who. ISBN 0-948882-81-6

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