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"We are lucky to have scored points in the other disciplines so we have a lead. But I notice that the Dutchmen get stronger every day a bit more."

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10.12.2016 @ 11:14 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

On the fourth day of the Amsterdam Six, the battle only started late in the night. The first parts of the evening hardly led to any changes in the standings but the final madison did. After a resounding victory, Yoeri Havik and Wim Stroetinga moved into third overall. Belgians Kenny de Ketele and Moreno De Pauw still lead and are now one lap ahead of Leif Lampater and Marcel Kalz.

 

"We are lucky to have scored points in the other disciplines so we have a lead. But I notice that the Dutchmen get stronger every day a bit more," De Ketele said.

 

Havik and Stroetinga were by far the strongest in the sprint.

 

"You can see that the Germans had a greater acceleration," Havik said. "Therefore they were faster in the beginning of the week, but you now realize that they are tired. It is also nice that we have the spectators behind us. It was sold out tonight and that is encouraging.''

 

Standings

1. Kenny Ketele - Moreno De Pauw (BEL) 435 points

1 lap:

2. Leif Lampater - Marcel Kalz (GER) 385 points

3. Yoeri Havik - Wim Stroetinga (NED) 325 points

4. Pim Ligthart - Jens Mouris (NED) 302 points

5. Christian Grassmann - Maximilian Beyer (GER) 249 points

2 laps:

6. Tristan Marguet - Claudio Imhoff (SUI) 357 points

3 laps:

7. Marc Hester - Jesper Morkov (DEN) 300 points

8. Niki Terpstra - Raymond Kreder (NED) 264 points

4 laps:

10. Nick Stöpler - Roy Pieters (NED) 214 points

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