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Track - Six Days of Munich: Night 3 Results & GC
 
By Fabio
Date: 11/10/2002
Track - Six Days of Munich: Night 3 Results & GC
 

Scott McGrory and Matt Gilmore hold the leadership for the third day in a row, but the "Alpenexpress" is coming: Switzerland's Risi and Betschart are now just three points down on them in the GC, and their chances to set a new six-day wins record are growing night by night.

Both leading pairs managed to put more points into local riders Kappes and Beikirch: the "Dortmund Six" winners are now 30 points behind the top-placed duo. But things took an even worse turn for Stuey and Martinello: O'Grady crashed halfway through the 60-minute Madison race (won by Risi and Betschart on the evening), and although he managed to finish Saturday's session, there are some chances that he would pull out before the sixth day; but while uncertainty about it reigns, the only sure thing is that the Italo-Australian pair lost one more lap and three placing in the Overall Ranking, and dropped to seventh.

Good news for Holland's Slippens and Stam (the "Amsterdam Six" winning pair gained one lap and moved up one spot) as well as Germans Müller and Fulst (the contenders from Berlin gained TWO laps and as many places in the GC) instead. Marty Nothstein and Brad Wiggins stayed in ninth place, currently six laps behind McGrory and Nothstein's former teammate Gilmore.

As predictable, the "Franziskaner Rad Open" leadership now belongs to a different pair: Stefan Löffler and Daniel Palici dethroned fellow Germans Leif Lamparter and Sebastian Frey, while Belgians Keisse and Van Den Abeele regained a podium spot. But this contest remains a close battle among the Top teams.

As for the Sprint Competition, Germany's two-time Olympic Champion Jens Fielder is leading with a 28-point score, ahead of Australian World Champions Sean Eadie and Jobie Dajka (winners of the Scratch and Keirin competitions respectively in last week's "Grenoble Six").

Overall Standings after Night Three:

1. Scott McGrory (AUS) - Matthew Gilmore (BEL) - 192 points

2. Bruno Risi - Kurt Betschart (SWI) - 189 points

3. Andreas Kappes - Andreas Beikirch (GER) - 162 points

at 2 laps

4. Robert Slippens - Danny Stam (HOL) - 113 points

5. Andreas Müller - Guido Fulst (GER) - 81 points

at 3 laps

6. Jimmi Madsen (DEN) -Thorsten Rund (GER) - 82 points

at 4 laps

7. Stuart O'Grady (AUS) - Silvio Martinello (ITA) - 158 points

8. Adriano Baffi - Marco Villa (ITA) - 83 points

at 6 laps

9. Bradley Wiggins (GBR) - Marty Nothstein (USA) - 144 points

at 13 laps

10. Jens Lehmann - Ronny Lauke (GER) - 44 points

11. Lars Teutenberg - Frank Kowatschitsch (GER) - 29 points

at 15 laps

12. Gerd Dörich - Mario Vonhof (GER) - 53 points

13. Stefan Steinweg - Erik Weispfennig (GER) - 20 points

at 18 laps

14. Lorenzo Lapage (BEL) - Christian Lademann (GER) - 26


U23 Franziskaner Rad Open - Standings after Night 3 :

1. Stefan Löffler - Daniel Palicki (GER) - 69 points

2. Leif Lamparter - Sebastian Frey (GER) - 67 points

3. Iljo Keisse - John Van Den Abeele (BEL) - 61 points

4. Ralph Zimmermann - Oliver Mattmann (SWI) - 57 points

5. Jakob Dyrgaard - Alex Rasmussen (DEN) - 51 points

6. Andreas Welsch (GER) - Mikail Meikheev (RUS) - 47 points

7. Aurel Siegel - Felix Wolf (GER) - 41 points

8. Stefan Schwiers - Jan Pokrandt (GER) - 35 points

9. Armin Krahl - Christian König (GER) - 31 points

10. Christian Ortkras - Jan Erik Schwarzer (GER) - 21 points

11. Christian Schwerdt - Sebastian Körber (GER) - 14 points

12. Michael Bückers - Paul Krickser (GER) - 11 points


Sprinters Competition - Standings after Night 3 :

1. Jens Fiedler (Germany) - 28 points

2. Sean Eadie (Australia) - 26 points

3. Joby Dajka (Australia) - 18 points

4. Remy Wolff (Germany) - 16 points


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SIX DAYS OF MUNICH (Germany):
* Race Preview
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC

SIX DAYS OF DORTMUND (Germany):
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Day 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC
* Night 6 - Final Results

SIX DAYS OF GRENOBLE (France):
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* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Day 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC
* Night 6 - Final Results

SIX DAYS OF AMSTERDAM (Holland):s
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