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Strengths Of Loy’s right Brammeier in exciting Superprestigecross in Gavere

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The 37-year-old Ellen Van Loy (Telenet-Fidea) has Sunday the Superprestigecross in the East Flanders Gavere won. Van Loy was in the fifth round of the regelmatigheidscriterium stronger than the British Nikki Brammeier. Kim Of The Stone completed the podium. The Italian Mary Alice Arzuffi finished fourth and world champion Sanne Cant was the fifth. The Dutch Maud Kaptheijns reed only twelfth place but remains a leader.

It was Ellen Van Loy that the whole party in tow took to the Local mud. The Luxembourg Christine Majerus followed in her track, with Sanne Cant and the rest. The American Katherine Compton kwakte the first round three times against the ground and was backward beaten. Nikki Brammeier then took command and drew the second round, followed by Ellen Van Loy, Kim Of The Stone, Sanne Cant, the Dutch Sophie de Boer Annemarie Sausage and Christine Majerus. The Italian Alice Maria Arzuffi drove a little further with the Dutch Maud Kaptheijns in her company. Of Loy and Brammeier went to the final round with a lead of 21 seconds over Kim Of The Stone. Sanne Cant with Alice Maria Arzuffi followed 38 seconds, and Sophie de boer had all of 43 seconds to make up.

Leader in the the previous evening, Maud Kaptheijns, knew in Gavere her day not and cut off the final lap in eleventh place on a minute and a half of the duo Of Loy-Brammeier. The latter came at val and saw such a small gap that they just had together, I cycled again, poem by Ellen Van Loy. Brammeier accelerated again but Loy managed to get back to the Uk. Van Loy started the sprint with two of far on the head and took it as for Brammeier.

Pidcock the best at promises

Earlier in the day went at the promises the victory to Thomas Pidcock. The Brit drove halfcross away from his competitors and got the for Sieben Wouters and Thijs Aerts. Sieben Wouters remains leader in the overall standings. In the juniors it was Pim Ronhaar powerful. The Dutchman left after the start the entire pack behind him and worked the cross alone. The Czech Tomas Kopecky seized the nearest place of honor and remains the leader in the state. Ryan Cortjens picked up the final podium spot. Lennert Belmans was the best rookie. He took also out with a solo from the start. Thibau Nys was second for Yorben Lauryssen.

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