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"People might think it's easier but that is far from true. Especially since I was not always good physically, I'm glad that it was technically and tactically perfect for us this week."

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JESPER MØRKØV

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KENNY DE KETELE

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MORENO DE PAUW

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11.12.2016 @ 20:26 Posted by Jesper Johannesen

Kenny De Ketele and Moreno De Pauw won the Six Days of Amsterdam on Sunday. The Belgian duo was supreme in the Dutch capital and led from start to finish. They ended on the highest step of the podium in the Velodrome with 587 points.  Germans Leif Lampater and Marcel Kalz were one lap behind in second with 554 points.  Swiss Tristan Marguet and Claudio Imhoff scored 534 points and had to settle for third place, two laps behind the leaders.

 

"People might think it's easier but that is far from true," De Ketele told Het Nieuwsblad. "Especially since I was not always good physically, I'm glad that it was technically and tactically perfect for us this week." In late October, the De Pauw and De Ketele won the Six Days of London.

 

It was the 23rd edition of the Six Days of Amsterdam. Last year, the race was canceled after the bankruptcy of the previous organizer. In 2013, De Ketele won the race together with Gijs Van Hoecke.

 

Result

1. Kenny de Ketele – Moreno de Pauw (BEL) 587 points

1 lap:

2. Leif Lampater – Marcel Kalz (GER) 554 points

2 laps:

3. Tristan Marguet – Claudio Imhoff (SUI) 534 points

4. Pim Ligthart – Jens Mouris (NED) 469 points

5. Christian Grasmann -  Maximilian Beyer (DUI) 362 points

3 laps:

6. Yoeri Havik – Wim Stroetinga (NED) 469 points

7. Andreas Graf – Andreas Müller (AUS) 272 points

4 laps:

8. Jesper Morkov – Marc Hester (DEN) 427 points

9. Niki Terpstra – Raymond Kreder (NED) 395 points

6 laps:

10. Nick Stöpler – Roy Pieters (NED) 280 points

7 laps:

11. Albert Torres – Sebastian Mora Vedri (SPA) 388 points

21 laps:

12. Gavin Hoover - Zak Kovalcik (USA)

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