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Keisse and De Buyst remain in the lead in the six days of Bremen

Iljo Keisse and Jasper De Buyst will remain in place after the fourth night on the six days of Bremen leaders. The Belgian duo composed of 198 points. The first pursuers are still the German-Austrian pair of Achim Burkart/Andreas Graf (149 pts) and the Italian-Swiss tandem Simone Consonni/Tristan Marguet (193 pts, + 1 round).

Moreno De Pauw and the Dutchman Wim Stroetinga remained sixth (122 pts, + 4 laps). Also Jules Hesters and the Dutchman Melvin van Zijl kept their position. They are seventh (80 pts, + 8 laps). Bryan Boussaer and the German Sebastian Schmiedel slid one spot to ninth place (52 pts, + 21 laps).

The six days of Bremen ends Tuesday night.

After third day:

1. Iljo Keisse/Jasper De Buyst (BEL) 198 points

2. Achim Burkart/Andreas Graf (Ger/Aus) 149

3. Simone Consonni/Tristan Marguet (Ita/Sui) 193

– 1 round –

4. Marc Hester/Theo Reinhardt (Den/Ger) 146

5. Christian Grasmann/Jesper Morkov (Ger/Den) 97

– 2 rounds –

6. Wim Stroetinga/Moreno De Pauw (Ned/BEL) 122

– 4 laps –

7. Melvin van Zijl/Jules Hesters (Ned/BEL) 80

– 8 rounds –

8. Henning Bommel/Matias Malmberg (Ger/Den) 112

– 15 laps –

9. Bryan Boussaer/Sebastian Schmiedel (BEL/Ger) 52

– 21 laps –

10. Lucas Liss/Hans Pirius (Ger) 33

11. Oliver Wulff Frederiksen/Maximilian Beyer (Den/Ger) 111

– 22 laps –

11. Joshua Harrison/Moritz Augenstein (Aus/Ger) 57

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