Harrie Lavreysen (Netherlands) elevated his lead within the males’s dash standings with a pair of wins on Saturday on the Cido Area in Panevėžys, Lithuania for spherical 2 of the UCI Monitor Biking League.
“It feels good to have prolonged my lead within the dash collection. There may be not loads of stress using within the blue package, however it’s good to win in it, in fact,” the world and Olympic dash champion stated about retaining his general lead within the collection.
Competitors continues December 3-4 in London for back-to-back rounds after which culminates with a fifth and last spherical in Tel Aviv on December 11.
The Males’s Dash kicked off with six heats of three riders every the place the winners moved onto the Semi-Finals of two heats of three riders every. The winners of those heats confronted one another within the finals between Harrie Lavreysen (Netherlands) and Nicholas Paul (Trinidad and Tobago).
The ultimate between Paul and Lavreysen closed out the occasion. Lavreysen took the lead after which slowed, foring he and Paul right into a monitor stand. Paul jumped and gained a niche, and although it regarded like he may take the win, Lavreysen simply handed him on the line.
“I feel Nicholas Paul had a terrific journey, he stunned me. I felt like I may simply get him on the finish so I used to be actually glad to nonetheless win. For positive the opposite riders can problem me. Loads of them can. However for now, I’m on prime and it feels good, superb,” Lavreysen stated.
The boys’s Keirin opened with the First Spherical of three heats of six riders whereby the highest two of every warmth moved onto the ultimate spherical that featured the highest six riders: Harrie Lavreysen (Netherlands), who was main the general standings within the males’s dash class, Ryan Helal (France), Stefan Botticher (Germany), Vasilijus Lendel (Lithuania), Jeffrey Hoogland (Netherlands) and Denis Dmitriev (Russia).
Hoogland tucked in behind the derny and regarded again at his comptetitors as soon as the motor pulled off the entrance. Though the Dutchman misplaced a spot or two, he managed to make up some floor however solely sufficient to complete second place behind his compatriot and winner Lavreyssen, whereas Botticher completed third.
|Pos.||Rider Title (Nation) Workforce||Consequence|
|1||Harrie Lavreysen (United Kingdon)||77|
|2||Stefan Bötticher (Germany)||59|
|3||Jeffrey Hoogland (Netherlands)||47|
|4||Nicholas Paul (Trinidad and Tobago)||41|
|5||Mikhail Yakovlev (Russia)||34|
|6||Vasilijus Lendel (Lithuania)||32|
|7||Kevin Santiago Quintero Chavarro (Colombia)||31|
|8||Denis Dmitriev (Russia)||30|
|9||Rayan Helal (France)||28|
|10||Mateusz Rudyk (Poland)||24|
|11||Hugo Barrette (Canada)||20|
|12||Jai Angsuthasawit (Thailand)||19|
|13||Tom Derache (France)||18|
|14||Jair Tjon En Fa (Suriname)||17|
|15||Kento Yamasaki (Japan)||15|
|16||Jordan Fort (New Zealand)||15|
|17||Jean Spies (South Africa)||9|
|18||Maximilian Levy (Germany)||8|
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