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Track Cycling: Six Days of Stuttgart - Final Results
 
By Fabio
Date: 1/23/2003
Track Cycling: Six Days of Stuttgart - Final Results
 

They did it at last ! Thanks to a superb performance in the very last part of the ultimate night of competition, Scott McGrory and Matthew Glimore snatched their first overall title in Stuttggart's Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, after narrowly missing it in the past two editions.

The Aussie-Belgian duo beat German favourites Kappes and Beikirch by a very narrow margin (six points), while another local team, that consisted of Gerd Doerich and Jens Lehmann, found a podium place (the third in as many years for Dörich) at the expense of the "Alpenexpress" (Risi and Betschart were a bit disappointing in this race) and Italy's Villa and Martinello. A small compensation for local fans anyway.

Bremen winners Slippens and Stam weren't able to repeat their successful performance and finished sixth overall. American Marty Nothstein and Italian partner Adriano Baffi took 10th, 13 laps down on GC. Switzerland's Aeschbach and Marvulli had an excellent score (they did even better than more famous compatriots Risi and Betschart), but as they lost no less than 18 laps, couldn't place higher than 12th.

As for the "Spinters Cup", the team led by two-time Olympic Champion Jens Fielder edged out "Team van Eijden", led by 26-year-old fellow German Jens van Eijden, by 40 points (284-244).

Six Days of Stuttgart - Final GC

1. Scott McGrory (AUS) – Matthew Gilmore (BEL) - 330 points

2. Andreas Kappes – Andreas Beikirch (GER) - 324 points

at 1 lap

3. Gerd Dörich – Jens Lehmann (GER) - 270 points

4. Bruno Risi – Kurt Betschart (SWI) - 251 points

5. Silvio Martinello – Marco Villa (ITA) - 225 points

at 2 laps

6. Danny Stam – Robert Slippens (HOL) - 229 points

at 3 laps

7. Stefan Steinweg – Erik Weispfennig (GER) - 107 points

at 9 laps

8. Jimmi Madsen – Michael Sandstød (DEN) - 211 points

at 11 laps

9. Lars Teutenberg – Frank Kowatschitsch (GER) - 102 points

at 13 laps

10. Adriano Baffi (ITA) – Marty Nothstein (USA) - 216 points

at 17 laps

11. Christian Lademann – Christian Bach (GER) - 112 points

at 18 laps

12. Franco Marvulli – Alexander Aeschbach (SWI) - 290 points

at 21 laps

13. Guido Fulst – Andreas Müller (GER) - 56 points

at 32 laps

14. Martin Liska – Jozef Zabka (SVK) - 38 points

at 34 laps

15. Ronny Lauke – Jan Ott (GER) - 65 points

at 37 laps

16. Stefan Löffler – Daniel Palicki (GER) - 34 points

at 38 laps

17. Franz Stocher – Roland Garber (AUT) - 22 points

at 67 laps

18. Dirk Ronellenfitsch (GER) – Patrick Fäh (SWI) - 23 points



Six Days of Stuttgart - Winners List (since 1984)

1984. Gerd Frank (DEN) - Gregor Braun (GER)

1985. Josef Kristen - Henry Rinklin (GER)

1986. Gerd Frank (DEN) - Rene Pijnen (HOL)

1987. Roman Hermann (LIE) - Josef Kristen (GER)

1988. Roman Hermann (LIE) - Dietrich Thurau (GER)

1989. Danny Clark (AUS) - Uwe Bolten (GER)

1990. Etienne de Wilde (BEL) - Volker Diehl (GER)

1991. Andreas Kappes (GER) - Etienne de Wilde (BEL)

1992. Danny Clark (AUS) - Pierangelo Bincoletto (ITA)

1993. Andreas Kappes (GER) - Etienne de Wilde (BEL)

1994. Etienne de Wilde (BEL) - Jens Veggerby (DEN)

1995. Danny Clark (AUS) - Etienne de Wilde (BEL)

1996. Jimmi Madsen - Jens Veggerby (DEN)

1997. Andreas Kappes - Carsten Wolf (GER)

1998. Bruno Risi - Kurt Betschart (SWI)

1999. Andreas Kappes (GER) - Adriano Baffi (ITA)

2000. Silvio Martinello (ITA) - Andreas Kappes (GER)

2001. Silvio Martinello - Marco Villa (ITA)

2002. Bruno Risi - Kurt Betschart (SWI)

2003. Scott McGrory (AUS) - Matthew Gilmore (BEL)

Track cycling is far from taking a vacation anyway. The next competition, the well-known "Six Days of Berlin", is scheduled to start in Germany's capital city on this same night (Thursday, January the 23rd, 2003). Needless to say, the "Daily Peloton" will deliver all news and details of this race as well.


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SIX DAYS OF STUTTGART (Germany - Jan. 17-22, 2003):
* Race Preview
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Night 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC

SIX DAYS OF BREMEN (Germany - Jan. 09-14, 2003):
* Race Preview
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Night 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC
* Night 6 Results & Final Overall Standings

66th GROSSER WEIHNACHTSPREIS (Germany - Dec. 26, 2002):
* Race Results & Report

SIX DAYS OF NOUMEA (New Caledonia - Nov. 29 - Dec. 04, 2002):
* Race Preview & Day 1 Results
* Night 2 Results
* Night 3 Results
* Night 4 Results
* Night 5 Results
* Night 6 Results & Final Overall Standings

SIX DAYS OF GENT (Belgium - Nov. 19-24, 2002):
* Race Preview
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Night 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC
* Night 6 Results & Final Overall Standings

OPEN DES NATIONS / KEIRIN OPEN (France - Nov. 15-17, 2002):
* Race Preview
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Final Results

SIX DAYS OF MUNICH (Germany - Nov. 07-12, 2002):
* Race Preview
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Night 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC
* Night 6 - Final Results

SIX DAYS OF DORTMUND (Germany - October 31 - Nov. 05, 2002):
* 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 - October 31 - Nov. 05, 2002):
* 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 AMSTERDAM (Holland - Oct. 21-26, 2002):
* Six days history relived (Final Standings)

MEMORIAL NOEL FORE' (Belgium - Nov. 11, 2002):
* Elite Race - Full Results

Track Cycling - 2002/2003 Season Calendar (Updated)

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