Cycling Sports

Kenny De Ketele should leadership position already provide six days of Bremen

The Australian Leigh Howard and the Frenchman Morgan Kneisky are Sunday night after the fourth day of the new leaders in the six days of Bremen. Voltage asset is after the afternoon session: five teams are in the nulronde.

The duo has 206 points, eleven more than the German-Dutch tandem Achim Burkart and Yoeri Havik (195 points). Kenny De Ketele and his German teammate Theo Reinhardt (186) bags from the first to the third place. Robbe Ghys and Dutchman Wim Stroetinga to follow as the fourth with 170 points. Moreno De Pauw and the German Leif Lampater are sixth on five rounds

Iljo Keisse and German Marcel Kalz wrote the six days last year on their name. In 2016 race, the victory was to The Ketele and the German, Christian Grasmann.

– After four days:

1. Leigh Howard/Morgan Kneisky (Aus/Fra) 206 points

2. Achim Burkart/Yoeri Havik (Ger/Ned) 195

++ 3. Kenny De Ketele/Theo Reinhardt (BEL/Ger) 186

4. Wim Stroetinga/Robbe Ghys (Ned/BEL) 170

4. Christian Grasmann/Jesper Morkov (Ger/Den) 160

– 5 rounds –

++ 6. Moreno De Pauw/Leif Lampater (BEL/Ger) 145

– 8 rounds –

7. Andreas Graf/Maximilian Beyer (Aus/Ger) 108

– 11 rounds –

8. Lucas Liss/Tristan Marguet (Ger/Sui) 107

– 13 rounds –

9. Roy Pieters/Nico Hesslich (Ger/Ger) 47

– 15 rounds –

++ 10. Otto Vergaerde/Henning Bommel (BEL/Ger) 118

– 16 rounds-

11. Michele Scartezini/Francesco Lamon (Ita) 71

12. Jan Freuler/Moritz Augenstein (Sui/Ger) 54

Leave a Comment