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Unknown Dutchman fails to the world hour record to break

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Dion Beukeboom is there in the Mexican Aguascalientes’t succeeded in doing the world hour record, to improve. The Dutch rider put in 52 miles and 757 feet, and continued thus far under the record (54 km and 526 feet) of Bradley Wiggins from 2015.

Beukeboom, multiple Dutch champion in the individual pursuit on the track, was expecting that the record of Wiggins in the Velódromo Bicentenario in mexico city, at altitude, to knock. “We and also the team around Wiggins to know that the record is even clearer,” said Beukeboom in advance with a lot of bravado.

The baanwielrenner, however, remained far from the record of the Brit and saw his average is also slowly diminishing. He broke be the best Dutch performance of Thomas Dekker from February 2015. That came on the same job in Mexico to 52,221 miles in an hour. .

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