Tickhill Grand Prix Live Race Feed

The day is upon us, the Tickhill Grand prix will is underway this afternoon and you can watch the live feed here. More interviews reviews and reports coming later.

 

Race programme:

13:00 Race 1. AAD GAS Under 12 Mixed – 15 mins
13:20 Race 2. HILL HOUSE SCHOOL U14 & U16 Girls – 25 mins
13:50 Race 3. HILL HOUSE SCHOOL Under 14 Boys – 30 mins
14:25 Resident Access Window – 10 mins
14:45 Race 4. POLYPIPE Under 16 Boys – 35 mins
15:25 Race 5. GIANT SHEFFIELD Women’s Cat 3 & 4 – 35 mins
16:05 Race 6. J E JAMES CYCLES Men’s Cat 3 & 4 – 50 mins
17:00 Resident Access Window – 10 mins
17:25 Race 7. GIANT SHEFFIELD Women’s Grand Prix: Elite, 1, 2 & 3 – 60 mins
18:35 Race 8. YESSS ELECTRICAL Men’s Elite, 1, 2 & 3 – 60 mins
19:45 Resident Access Window – 10 mins
20:30 Award Ceremony
21:00 Roads Re-Open
21:00 Music & Celebration & Party

Rotterdam Six-Day set for exciting final fight – Watch Live Here!

Tuesday 7 January 2014 | Racing and live link starts 18:45 – 23:00 CET | Day 6

Biographies riders: http://www.sixdayracing.com/cyclists/Cyclists-Rotterdam-2014/ (click on photo’s).
Our edited highlights will be posted tomorrow with full round up and results.

 

 

Kenny De Ketele and Jasper De Buyst will begin the final day of the Rotterdam Six-Day as overall leaders. After five days, the two Belgians hold a one-lap lead three rival teams – all set to take a bonus lap and create a four-way fight.

“Our one-lap advantage doesn’t really count because all our rivals will take one as well tomorrow,” said De Buyst. “It will come down to a points’ battle. Or one couple needs to be so strong that they can take another lap. I think Niki Terpstra and Iljo Keisse are our biggest opponents, but we will also have to watch the others.”

Terpstra and Keisse count 295 points and sit in second behind the Belgians at 308 points. Danes Michael Mørkøv and Alex Rasmussen hold third place with 292 and Jens Mouris and Wim Stroetinga fourth with 185. Once a pair reaches a 100 multiple, it takes a bonus lap. The standings should guarantee a thrilling final on Tuesday night.

Best position
Terpstra and Keisse proved how strong they are in the second Madison. They took control by taking an early lap. They were able to wait after that and just countered every attack by their rivals. Eventually, the chase ended in a sprint that Mørkøv narrowly won over Terpstra.

“It was a really tough race but I’m glad we could finish it off with a strong sprint,” said Rasmussen. “This was the penultimate day so everyone tried to get in the best position possible. That’s why this win was so important.”

Belkin Boys
Theo Bos and Graeme Brown scored their first victory of the week in the opening Madison. The team Belkin riders worked hard to form the lead group and Brown won the four-way sprint. Given they lost seven laps on day one, their win failed to change the top end of the standings.

Sprint Masters
Jeffrey Hoogland enjoyed the day and the Sprint Masters title battle. With a second place in the sprint final and a victory in the handicap sprint, the Dutchman increased his overall lead. Teun Mulder finished second and third, and saw the difference grow to three points. Hoogland appears likely to win the overall tomorrow in Rotterdam.
Elite | General classification after day 5:

 

Sprint Masters | General classification after day 5:


Watch Rotterdam 6-Day Live tonight from 19:00 CET here!

So you’ve been following the 6-day from Rotterdam, well now you can watch it live on Cycling Shorts! You’ve not seen a 6-Day before you say? Well get an eyeful of this thrilling event LIVE, you won’t be disappointed!

Day 5 action gets underway: Monday 6 January 2014 | 19:00 – 23.30 CET

Six Day So Far & Live Stream Finale

 

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Live stream
Starts 19:20cet.

 

English Commentary

by Carlton Kirby and former world champion Tony Doyle is available from 19:20cet. You can watch yesterday’s racing now from the playlist menu too.

Dutch Commentary

Eurosport commentator Martijn Berkhout and Vacansoleil-DCM Sports Director Michel Cornelisse are responsible for the Dutch broadcast and is available from 20:15cet from the playlist menu above.

 

Amsterdam Six-Day comes down to the wire

The final day of the 21st Amsterdam Six-Day promises to be extremely exciting. As many as five couples still have a shot at the overall victory. Jens Mouris and Wim Stroetinga are in the best position. They have 208 points and a one/lap advantage over Kenny De Ketele and Gijs Van Hoecke (212 points).

Mouris and Stroetinga were in control during the second Madison of the night. The pair quickly took a lap and was then able to control. In particular, De Ketele and Van Hoecke placed some vicious attacks, but the two Dutchman managed to dismantle every move.

“After we took that lap, we were in control,” said Mouris. Stroetinga knows taking the overall win will be hard. “It’s going to be exciting. Regarding points, the other teams are pretty close.”

No risks
During the first Madison of the night the favourites didn’t take any risks. They kept their powder dry. Melvin Boskamp and Jesper Asselman benefited. Along with Aaron Gate and Luke Roberts, the two young Dutchmen claimed a lap. During the nine intermediate sprints, Boskamp and Asselman collected more points than their two opponents from Down Under and thus won.

Mulder on the right track
Matthijs Büchli triumphed in today’s Keirin. Teun Mulder, however, is in the best position. Thanks to his second place the Dutchman just needs to finish third during the final event to secure the overall victory in the Keirin Masters.

Wide open
The Sprint Masters battle is wide open. Hugo Haak claimed the victory in the sprint final and rose from the fourth to the first position. He shares the lead with Büchli, who also has 14 points. With a total amount of 16, Jeffrey Hoogland and Nils van ‘t Hoenderdaal also have a chance for the overall win.
General classification after day 5:

Pl Nr Teams Rnd Pnt
1 3 Mouris Jens – Stroetinga Wim 0 208
2 4 De Ketele Kenny – Van Hoeke Gijs 1 212
3 5 Stöpler Nick – Havik Yoeri 1 203
4 1 Ligthart Pim – Kalz Marcel 1 179
5 6 Lampater Leif – Kreder Raymond 2 193
6 8 Marguet Tristan – Hester Marc 4 167
7 7 Markus Barry – Bartko Robert 6 36
8 12 Hochmann Jiri – Hacecky Vojtech 9 131
9 9 Boskamp Melvin – Asselman Jesper 9 110
10 10 Kreder Wesley – Hoffmann Nolan 11 83
11 2 Gate Aaron – Roberts, Luke 13 75
12 13 Caspers Didier – Van Zijl Melvin 17 22
13 11 East Guy – Holloway Daniel 22 31

 

For full biographies of all the riders visit the Six Day Racing website here: www.sixdayracing.com/Cyclists/Cyclists/

 

 

Six Day Round up & Day 5 Live Stream

 

Click Playlist to choose todays live feed. 

Live stream
Starts 19:20cet.

 

English Commentary

by Carlton Kirby and former world champion Tony Doyle is available from 19:20cet. You can watch yesterday’s racing now from the playlist menu too.

Dutch Commentary

Eurosport commentator Martijn Berkhout and Vacansoleil-DCM Sports Director Michel Cornelisse are responsible for the Dutch broadcast and is available from 20:15cet from the playlist menu above.

 

Ligthart in pole-position for Amsterdam repeat

Pim Ligthart went to work during the fourth day of Amsterdam Six Day this evening. By finishing second in the final Madison the Dutchman, winner of last year’s event and his German partner Marcel Kalz claimed the overall lead. The duo holds a one-lap advantage over the rest of the field.

“The last couple of days we kept coming closer and closer,” said Ligthart. “Now we finally have the lead and that’s a good position to be in. We still have plenty of work to do, though. The Belgians are still a threat. They nearly have 200 points and can easily pass us with the corresponding bonus lap.”

The Belgians
Ligthart referred to Kenny De Ketele and Gijs Van Hoecke, who have 188 points in their bag. Ligthart and Kalz have only 134.

Mouris & Stroetinga
Jens Mouris and Wim Stroetinga won in the final Madison. In the final fifteen minutes, the Dutch duo took control by taking a lap on the others. After that, they controlled and Stroetinga finished the trick by outsprinting Kalz.

Kisses & flowers
The favourites decided to save their powers during the first Madison of the evening. It gave Nolan Hoffmann and Wesley Kreder the opportunity to take the kisses and the flowers. The South African-Dutch duo escaped with Czechs Jiri Hochmann and Vojtech Hacecky and topped them in the sprint.

Keirin & Sprint Masters
Hugo Haak had a bad day in the Keirin Masters – a separate part of the sprint tournament. Thanks to finishing sixth and last, the Dutchman lost his lead to Teun Mulder. Mulder now has a three-point lead over Hague, who still sits second overall. The win, however, went to Jeffrey Hoogland.
The fight for the Sprint Masters title is still very much open. Nils van ‘t Hoenderdaal won the sprint and moved into the lead with Matthijs Büchli.
General classification after day 4:

Pl Nr Teams Rnd Pnt
1 1 Ligthart Pim – Kalz Marcel 0 134
2 4 De Ketele Kenny – Van Hoeke Gijs 1 188
3 5 Stöpler Nick – Havik Yoeri 1 170
4 6 Lampater Leif – Kreder Raymond 1 168
5 3 Mouris Jens – Stroetinga Wim 1 148
6 8 Marguet Tristan – Hester Marc 2 145
7 7 Markus Barry – Bartko Robert 4 24
8 12 Hochmann Jiri – Hacecky Vojtech 7 107
9 10 Kreder Wesley – Hoffmann Nolan 8 61
10 9 Boskamp Melvin – Asselman Jesper 9 80
11 2 Gate Aaron – Roberts, Luke 11 54
12 13 Caspers Didier – Van Zijl Melvin 14 21
13 11 East Guy – Holloway Daniel 19 20

For full biographies of all the riders visit the Six Day Racing website here: www.sixdayracing.com/Cyclists

To buy tickets to the event or general 6 Day Racing info click here.
The Amsterdam Six Day ends on Saturday 26 October 2013.

 

 

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