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Lindsay De Vylder is seventh in omnium during WB track cycling in Milton

Lindsay De Vylder is in the Canadian Milton seventh in the omnium, where the third round of the Track World Cup trains.

De Vylder opened with a seventh place in the scratch, and added an eleventh place in the temporonden. In the afvalling stoked Vylder the medaillehoop just by the fifth. In the final points race was the Laarnenaar, with Kenny De Ketele the ploegkoers won, the tide not more times. The Dane Niklas Larsen, who had previously been the points race won, was the best for the Brit Oliver Wood and the Swiss Gaël Suter.

The ploegkoers in the women’s was won by the British Archibald-Dickinson. World champions belgian champion Jolien D’hoore and Lotte Kopecky were there in Milton.

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