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Jolien D’hoore and Lotte Kopecky win ploegkoers on world Cup Cambridge

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Jolien D’hoore and Lotte Kopecky have Sunday during the fifth and penultimate round of the world cup track cycling in New Zealand Cambridge won the gold medal in the ploegkoers. The Belgians, who in 2017 world champion were in Hong Kong, totaliseerden 39 points. Thus, they remained the Italians Letizia Paternoster and Maria Giulia Confalonieri (27 pts). The New Zealanders Racquel Sheath and Rushlee Buchanan (9 pts) completed the podium.

There were twelve students at the start of the race about 80 laps (20 km) and eight sprints. Thereof won D’hoore and Kopecky, there are five.

In the keirin became world champion Nicky Degrendele no further than the tenth place. In her series ended she as a third, after which Degrendele with a third place in the second chance round doorstootte. Then it was the 22-year old West-Flemish sixth and last in her second round. In the final for places 7 to 12 was Degrendele fourth.

The gold went to Lee Wai Sze from Hong Kong.

In the scratch had Gilke Croket peace take place fourteen. The Italian Martina Fidanza won.

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