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Belgian track star showed two younger compatriots who's the boss.

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FRANCO MARVULLI

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01.12.2013 @ 08:20 Posted by Jesper Ralbjerg

Home crowd favourite Franco Marvulli stole some of the limelight as the Sixday Nights finished in his Zürich hometown yesterday.

 

It was Marvulli’s farewell race on a Swiss track and even though he and partner Tristan Marguet were unable to play a role in the overall standings, they did take the honours in both the one lap time trial for one rider and the two lap time trial for teams.

 

Local blushes were saved as Silvan Dillier and Iljo Keisse managed to lap the peloton and, significantly, Keisse’s Belgian compatriots De Ketele and De Buyst just nine laps before the finish. The Belgians had been in complete control throughout the final evening but succumbed to Keisse’s blistering attack in the closing phases of the final Madison.

 

Final standings, Sixday Nights Zürich:

1. Silvan Dillier - Iljo Keisse 258 points

 

At one lap:

2. Kenny De Ketele - Jasper De Buyst 283

 

At three laps:

3. David Muntaner - Albert Torres 182

 

At four laps:

4. Stefan Küng - Thery Schir 187

 

At six laps

5. Morgan Kneisky - Vivien Brisse 121

6. Jan Keller - Leif Lamapter 97

 

At nine laps

7. Christian Grasmann - Andreas Graf 89

 

At twelve laps

8. Marc Hester - Jesper Mørkøv 98

 

At sixteen laps

9. Franco Marvulli - Tristan Marguet 160

 

At twenty laps

10. Michel Kreder - Raymond Kreder 27

 

At twenty two laps

11. Gäel Suter - Kilian Moser 88

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