Six Day So Far & Live Stream Finale

 

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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

 

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Six Day Results & Day 4 – Live Stream

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Havik and Stöpler dig deep for lead

Yoeri Havik and Nick Stöpler became the new leaders of the Amsterdam Six Day after day three. The favourites kept a close eye on each other in tonight’s final Madison, but the youngsters still managed to break free in the final part of the race. Together with Pim Ligthart/Marcel Kalz and Robert Bartko/Barry Markus they lapped the rest of the field. Ligthart and Kalz took the win, but their second place brought Havik and Stöpler the overall lead.

“It was very hard”, puffed Havik right after the victory lap. “We gave everything we had. When we took a lap, we had to chase again right away.”

The third day was a good day for Havik and Stöpler but the Dutchmen keep the champagne in the fridge. “We’ll eat as much as we can and then we’ll go to bed immediately”, said Stöpler.

Leif Lampater and Raymond Kreder lost the lead on Wednesday. The German-Dutch couple triumphed in the elimination race but couldn’t keep up with the best duo’s in the final Madison. They are now second overall.

Standing ovation
The Belgian duo De Ketele/Van Hoecke clearly had plans going into the third night. They opened a barrage of attacks during the final Madison. De Ketele also entertained the crowd during the second derny ride. The Deelen Verswaren rider was at the back of the field for a long time, but decided to accelerate during the final part of the race. In ultimate fashion he caught up with Barry Markus and Pim Ligthart. In the last 200 metres he overtook the two, which provided him the win a standing ovation by the Amsterdam crowd.

Sprinters
Hugo Haak had set his sights on the Masters Keirin on Wednesday. He lost narrowly to Bart Hommes, but now, thanks to his second place, shares the overall lead with Teun Mulder. Both men have seven points. Bart Hommes and Nils van ‘t Hoenderdaal are third with a total of eleven.

Haak lost his lead in the Sprint Masters because of his efforts in the Keirin Masters. After a sixth place in the sprint final, he dropped to the second place, which he shares with van ‘t Hoenderdaal and Hoogland. Matthias Büchli won the Sprint Masters and will start day four in the lead.
General classification after day 3:

Pl Nr Koppels Rnd Pnt
1 5 Stöpler Nick – Havik Yoeri 0 135
2 6 Lampater Leif – Kreder Raymond 0 127
3 1 Ligthart Pim – Kalz Marcel 0 102
4 4 De Ketele Kenny – Van Hoeke Gijs 1 140
5 8 Marguet Tristan – Hester Marc 1 107
6 3 Mouris Jens – Stroetinga Wim 1 107
7 7 Markus Barry – Bartko Robert 2 24
8 12 Hochmann Jiri – Hacecky Vojtech 7 75
9 9 Boskamp Melvin – Asselman Jesper 7 63
10 10 Kreder Wesley – Hoffmann Nolan 7 37
11 2 Gate Aaron – Roberts, Luke 8 45
12 13 Caspers Didier – Van Zijl Melvin 12 19
13 11 East Guy – Holloway Daniel 13 9

 

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The Amsterdam Six Day ends on Saturday 26 October 2013.

 

 

Six Day Results and Day 2 – Live Stream

 

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Live stream
Starts 19:00cet.

 

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.

 

Van Hoecke and De Ketele first leaders of Amsterdam Six-Day after Day 1

Gijs Van Hoecke and Kenny De Ketele took the early lead in day one of the Amsterdam Six-day. On the track where they made their six-day debut last year, the two Belgians – the 2012 madison world champions – clinched the lead in the final madison over 45 minutes.

They hold a one-point lead over Yoeri Havik and Nick Stöpler.

“We were always one step ahead of the competition. Therefore, they had to attack and we were able to defend. Sometimes that’s a really nice position to be in,” De Ketele said. “Now that we are in the lead, that puts us under a little pressure but hopefully we can keep up this form for the next five days.”

Van Hoecke started the first day with confidence. “After our third place at the European Championships in Apeldoorn last weekend, we knew our legs were good.”

Havik and Stöpler
Youngsters Yoeri Havik and Nick Stöpler immediately showed that they came to Amsterdam with high hopes. They won the 90-lap Madison early in the evening. When the final Madison started they were still in the lead, but Van Hoecke and De Ketele ultimately proved to be just a little bit stronger.

Marguet’s time trial
One of the highlights of the evening was the two-lap time trial by Tristan Marguet and Marc Hester. The Swiss/Danish duo recorded a time of 21.528 seconds and was considerably faster than the competition. Jens Mouris and Wim Stroetinga finished second at nearly seven-tenths of a second. Marguet is known for his fast legs and holds several track records around the globe, which indicates he could improve as the races continues.

Sprint Masters
Hugo Hook is leading the Sprint Masters after day one. Olympic bronze medal winner Teun Mulder sits overall. Matthijs Büchli won the Keirin, a separate event of the sprint event.

General classification after day 1:

1 4 De Ketele Kenny – Van Hoeke Gijs 0 53
2 5 Stöpler Nick – Havik Yoeri 0 52
3 6 Lampater Leif – Kreder Raymond 0 43
4 3 Mouris Jens – Stroetinga Wim 0 30
5 8 Marguet Tristan – Hester Marc 1 31
6 1 Ligthart Pim – Kalz Marcel 1 29
7 7 Markus Barry – Bartko Robert 1 4
8 12 Hochmann Jiri – Hacecky Vojtech 3 29
9 9 Boskamp Melvin – Asselman Jesper 3 26
10 2 Gate Aaron – Roberts, Luke 3 16
11 10 Kreder Wesley – Hoffmann Nolan 3 5
12 13 Caspers Didier – Van Zijl Melvin 4 8
13 11 East Guy – Holloway Daniel 5 4

The Amsterdam Six Day ends on Saturday 26 October 2013.

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