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World Cup Cyclocross - Hoogerheide: Juniors & U23
 
By Bart Hazen
Date: 1/25/2011
World Cup Cyclocross - Hoogerheide: Juniors & U23
 

World Cup Cyclocross - Hoogerheide: Juniors & U23
Mathieu Boulo (U23) and Laurens Sweeck (Juniors) take final World Cup round win in Hoogerheide. Boulo beats Belgian Champion Joeri Adams and Dutch Champion Van der Haar in sprint. Sweeck dominates Juniors race. Van der Haar and Sweeck overall winners World Cup.

France's Mathieu Boulo has won the final World Cup race of the season in Hoogerheide, The Netherlands (January 23). Boulo was the fastest in a sprint with three over Belgian Champion Joeri Adams and Dutch Champion Lars van der Haar. Belgians Jim Aernouts and Vinnie Braet rounded off the top five. World Cup leader Vincent Baestaens had a bad day finishing in 28th. Due to that the World Cup overall winner is Dutch Lars van der Haar. He won the trophee with one point advantage on Boulo. Wietse Bosmans took third in this prestigious ranking.

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The podium (from L. to R.): Adams - Boulo - Van der Haar. Photo © 2010 Bart Hazen

German Ole Quast had the best start and was followed by Tijmen Eising, Michael Schweizer, Vincent Baestaens, Jim Aernouts, Arnaud Grand, Vinnie Braet, Marek Konwa, Elia Silvstri, Wietse Bosmans and Mike Teunissen. Belgian Champion Joeri Adams had a bad start and had to chase from behind to move up to the front positions. Mike Teunissen took over but couldn't keep his lead.

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World Cup overall winner Lars van der Haar. Photo © 2011 Bart Hazen

In the third lap Pole Marek Konwa increased the pace followed by Arnaud Grand, Vincent Baestaens, Mike Teunissen, Lars van der Haar, Mathieu Boulo, Jim Aernouts, Vinnie Braet and Wietse Bosmans. Halfway through the race European- and Dutch National Champion Lars van der Haar accelerated and reduced the break to just seven riders. Only Aernouts, Braet, Bosmans, Konwa, Boulo and the returning Joeri Adams were able to follow. World Cup leader Vincent Baestaens surprisingly dropped and lost not only lots of terrain but also the World Cup.

In the remaining of the race not much happened despite several attempts of Vinnie Braet and Lars van der Haar. In the sprint for the win Boulo was the fastest. Last week Boulo was also the best in Pontchâteau.

USA's Daniel Summerhill was the top American at rank 22. Cody Kaiser (42th), Zach McDonald (44th) and Jerome Townsend (45th) were the other Americans completing the race.

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Mathieu Boulo (L) and Joeri Adams (R). Photo © 2011 Bart Hazen

Sweeck wins Juniors race, takes World Cup overall win
World Cup leader and Belgian Champion Laurens Sweeck has won the World Cup in style. Sweeck won the last round of the World Cup in Hoogerheide outsprinting French riders Kevin Bouvard and Fabien Doubey. Silvio Herklotz and Loic Doubey rounded off the top five. In the Overall World Cup Sweeck won with a big lead over Daniel Peeters and European Champion Lars Förster. Sweeck won three of the five World Cup races this season.

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Juniors podium: Bouvard - Sweeck - Doubey.. Photo © 2011 Bart Hazen

On the tough and muddy course it was Dutch Champion Danny van Poppel who had the best start followed by Stan Godrie, Kevin Bouvard and Diether Sweeck. Belgian Champion Laurens Sweeck had a bad start and his overall World Cup win came in danger for a bit but in no-time he moved up to the front.

Turning into the final lap Sweeck, Van Poppel, Doubey and Bouvard were battling for the win. Van Poppel dropped off and the French riders were not able to get rid of the Belgian. In the sprint Sweeck was outstanding taking his third World Cup win of the season.

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Laurens Sweeck (L) and Kevin Bouvard (R). Photo © 2011 Bart Hazen

Andrew Dillmann was the top American in 25th position.

Result U23
1 BOULO Matthieu FRANCE 0:51:48
2 ADAMS Joeri BELGIUM +00:01
3 VAN DER HAAR Lars NETHERLANDS +00:03
4 AERNOUTS Jim BELGIUM +00:06
5 BRAET Vinnie BELGIUM +00:07
6 KONWA Marek POLAND +00:10
7 BOSMANS Wietse BELGIUM +00:20
8 GRAS Irwin FRANCE +00:40
9 VAN DEN BRAND Twan NETHERLANDS +00:40
10 QUAST Ole GERMANY +00:42

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Lars van der Haar on his way to the World Cup overall win. Photo © 2011 Bart Hazen

11 GRAND Arnaud SWITZERLAND +00:45
12 DOLFSMA Emiel NETHERLANDS-B +00:45
13 TEUNISSEN Mike NETHERLANDS +00:46
14 BOSMAN Gert-Jan NETHERLANDS +00:58
15 VAN DER POEL David NETHERLANDS-B +01:07
16 SILVESTRI Elia ITALY +01:07
17 VERMEERSCH Gianni BELGIUM +01:07
18 ADAMS Jens BELGIUM +01:13
19 EISING Tijmen NETHERLANDS +01:20
20 MEISEN Marcel GERMANY +01:22

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Joeri Adams on his way to second after a bad start. Photo © 2011 Bart Hazen

21 HEREIJGERS Kobus NETHERLANDS-B +01:22
22 SUMMERHILL Daniel UNITED STATES +01:27
23 TURGIS Jimmy FRANCE +01:28
24 TABACCHI Mirko ITALY +01:38
25 HNIK Karel CZECH REPUBLIC +01:44
26 SCHERZ Valentin SWITZERLAND +01:49
27 SCHWEIZER Michael GERMANY +02:15
28 BAESTAENS Vincent BELGIUM +02:21
29 NESVADBA Jan CZECH REPUBLIC +02:27
30 TRENTIN Matteo ITALY +02:45

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USA's Daniel Summerhill had a solid ride finishing just outside the top 20. Photo © 2011 Bart Hazen

31 BOROS Michael CZECH REPUBLIC +02:50
32 PAPRSTKA Tomas CZECH REPUBLIC +02:54
33 HANSEN Kenneth DENMARK +02:58
34 BRAIDOT Luca ITALY +03:03
35 PETRUS Lubomir CZECH REPUBLIC +03:04
36 VAN KESSEL Corne NETHERLANDS-B +03:25
37 MÜLLER Lukas SWITZERLAND +03:35
38 WINTERBERG Michael SWITZERLAND +03:43
39 DANNER Fabian GERMANY +03:44
40 KIRSCH Alex LUXEMBOURG +03:46

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Zach McDonald. Photo © 2011 Bart Hazen

41 VAN DER HORST Geert NETHERLANDS-B +04:02
42 KAISER Cody UNITED STATES +04:16
43 VAN KOOY Nils NETHERLANDS-B +04:17
44 MCDONALD Zach UNITED STATES +04:36
45 TOWNSEND Jerome UNITED STATES +05:31
46 WALSLEBEN Max GERMANY +05:51
47 DIAS DOS SANTOS Vincent LUXEMBOURG +06:10
48 HERBA Wojciech POLAND -1LAP
49 GUDDAL Jonas DENMARK -1LAP
50 ANTKOWIAK Piotr POLAND -3LAP

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Ole Quast leads Mathieu Boulo early in the race. Photo © 2011 Bart Hazen

Final World Cup Ranking (U23)
1 VAN DER HAAR Lars NETHERLANDS 220
2 BOULO Matthieu FRANCE 219
3 BOSMANS Wietse BELGIUM 186
4 BAESTAENS Vincent BELGIUM 183
5 ADAMS Joeri BELGIUM 166
6 AERNOUTS Jim BELGIUM 139
7 SILVESTRI Elia ITALY 121
8 EISING Tijmen NETHERLANDS 112
9 BRAET Vinnie BELGIUM 110
10 VAN EMPEL Micki NETHERLANDS 81
11 TEUNISSEN Mike NETHERLANDS 79
12 TRENTIN Matteo ITALY 78
13 QUAST Ole GERMANY 75
14 MEISEN Marcel GERMANY 74
15 BOSMAN Gert-Jan NETHERLANDS 65
16 GRAND Arnaud SWITZERLAND 64
17 GRAS Irwin FRANCE 63
18 KONWA Marek POLAND 62
19 VAN DER HEIJDEN Michiel NETHERLANDS 52
20 VERMEERSCH Gianni BELGIUM 49

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Fabien Doubey (L) and Jeff Bahnson (R). Photo © 2011 Bart Hazen

Result Juniors
1 SWEECK Laurens BELGIUM 0:44:53
2 BOUVARD Kévin FRANCE +00:00
3 DOUBEY Fabien FRANCE +00:01
4 HERKLOTZ Silvio GERMANY +00:12
5 DOUBEY Loic FRANCE +00:31
6 VAN POPPEL Danny NETHERLANDS +00:37
7 FORSTER Lars SWITZERLAND +00:38
8 ECKMANN Yannick GERMANY +00:41
9 JAUREGUI Quentin FRANCE +00:41
10 PEETERS Daniel BELGIUM +00:50
11 VENTURINI Clément FRANCE +00:54
12 MEDEK Tomas CZECH REPUBLIC +00:58
13 RODRIGUEZ GUEDE Pablo SPAIN +01:15
14 VAN TICHELT Yorben BELGIUM +01:25
15 VAN AERT Wout BELGIUM +01:27
16 GODRIE Stan NETHERLANDS +01:30
17 SKALA Jakub CZECH REPUBLIC +01:36
18 VERBERNE Douwe NETHERLANDS +01:43
19 VANDEKINDEREN Jens BELGIUM +01:54
20 LIENHARD Fabian SWITZERLAND +02:00
21 LEHMANN Julian GERMANY +02:01
22 DE MAN Jaap NETHERLANDS +02:02
23 DIDIER Anthonin FRANCE +02:18
24 ZUMSTEIN Dominic SWITZERLAND +02:33
25 DILLMAN Andrew UNITED STATES +02:40
26 ARIESEN Tim NETHERLANDS-B +02:43
27 SWEECK Diether BELGIUM +02:48
28 ZURLO Federico ITALY +02:49
29 FRISCHKNECHT Andri SWITZERLAND +02:59
30 VANTHOURENHOUT Michael BELGIUM +03:00
31 REDAELLI Riccardo ITALY +03:11
32 DIETEREN Jan GERMANY +03:14
33 VAN BEEK Pjotr NETHERLANDS-B +03:26
34 HOPPNER Karl CANADA +03:27
35 GRUNER Yannick GERMANY +03:27
36 BOHATA Tomas CZECH REPUBLIC +03:33
37 GROENEWEGEN Dylan NETHERLANDS-B +03:36
38 SCAPOLAN Enrico ITALY +03:43
39 OLSEN Emil Arvid DENMARK +03:56
40 KRAMER Erik NETHERLANDS-B +03:59
41 SAWADA Toki JAPAN +04:00
42 BRUSSELMAN Twan NETHERLANDS +04:26
43 SAMPARISI Lorenzo ITALY +04:30
44 BAHNSON Jeff UNITED STATES +04:37
45 PATRY Yohan CANADA +04:41
46 SVOBODA Tomas CZECH REPUBLIC +04:59
47 KOSTECKI Patryk POLAND +05:04
48 MALEWICZ Marcin POLAND +05:12
49 MALEC Wojciech POLAND +05:13
50 EIKELENBOOM Dennis NETHERLANDS-B +05:43
51 PERRY Benjamin CANADA +05:49
52 SCHWARMES Tom LUXEMBOURG +06:01
53 VAN BAKEL Robbie NETHERLANDS-B +06:10
54 WOLKIEWICZ Kamil POLAND +06:16
55 SZYNIEC Wojciech POLAND +06:42
56 SAMOL Pawel POLAND +06:54
57 FRITSCH Sven LUXEMBOURG +07:18
58 GLEIS Ralph LUXEMBOURG -1LAP
59 FOX Bjorn UNITED STATES -2LAP
60 REINERT Jimmy LUXEMBOURG -2LAP

Final World Cup Ranking (Juniors)
1 SWEECK Laurens BELGIUM 237
2 PEETERS Daniel BELGIUM 160
3 FORSTER Lars SWITZERLAND 158
4 VENTURINI Clément FRANCE 157
5 JAUREGUI Quentin FRANCE 130
6 DOUBEY Fabien FRANCE 129
7 VAN POPPEL Danny NETHERLANDS 120
8 BOUVARD Kévin FRANCE 119
9 NIPL Vojtech CZECH REPUBLIC 118
10 SWEECK Diether BELGIUM 118
11 HERKLOTZ Silvio GERMANY 108
12 GODRIE Stan NETHERLANDS 106
13 DE MAN Jaap NETHERLANDS 99
14 ECKMANN Yannick GERMANY 98
15 MEDEK Tomas CZECH REPUBLIC 96
16 SKALA Jakub CZECH REPUBLIC 89
17 VAN TICHELT Yorben BELGIUM 88
18 VANDEKINDEREN Jens BELGIUM 85
19 RODRIGUEZ GUEDE Pablo SPAIN 59
20 DOUBEY Loic FRANCE 57

Complete Final Standings of the 2010/2011 World Cup


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