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Track Cycling. Six Days of Amsterdam - Day 4
 
By Fabio
Date: 10/24/2003
Track Cycling. Six Days of Amsterdam - Day 4
 

No more than twenty-four hours after being toppled by Risi and Betschart, Scott McGrory and Matt Gilmore retook the lead at the end of the fourth night of racing in Holland. After winning the last one of the two Madison races of the night, the Belgian-Aussie pair moved back into the top spot, and put one lap into all of their main rivals.

Local favorites Robert Slippens and Danny Stam took the first Madison, and moved up one place into second overall, whereas overnight leaders Risi and Betschart dropped to third. In other words, the situation of the top three places is the same it was 48 hours before. American Marty Nothstein and Dutch partner Max van Heeswijk lost one position in the GC, while Britain’s Wiggins and Hayles lost two, and are currently sitting in 10th place.

Six Days of Amsterdam - GC after Day 4

1. Matthew Gilmore (Bel) - Scott McGrory (Aus) - 242 points

at 1 lap
2. Robert Slippens - Danny Stam (Hol) - 231 points
3. Bruno Risi - Kurt Betschart (Swi) - 186 points
4. Jimmi Madsen - Michael Sandstřd (Den) - 160 points

at 2 laps
5. Andreas Kappes - Andreas Beikirch (Ger) - 160 points

at 5 laps
6. Jean-Pierre van Zijl (RSA) - Robert Sassone (Fra) - 124 points

at 9 laps
7. Matthé Pronk - Jos Pronk (Hol) - 79 points

at 10 laps
8. Max van Heeswijk (Hol) - Marty Nothstein (USA) - 130 points

at 12 laps
9. Franz Stocher (Aut) -Aart Vierhouten (Hol) - 55 points
10. Bradley Wiggins - Robert Hayles (GBR) - 50 points

at 18 laps
11. Francis de Jager (Hol) - Gerd Dörich (Ger) - 40 points

at 19 laps
12. Marco Villa - Ivan Quaranta (Ita) - 90 points
 
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