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MAY 24-26

NMNM: Day 2

The second racing day in Nové Město na Moravě was kicked off by the Junior category race that started early in the morning, and 126 riders from 26 countries took of the course to battle the 8 laps of the race at 8 AM. They included 13 Czechs, but the victory went to Albert Philipsen. The Dane, who is a world and European champion in the mountain bike and road races, did not give anyone a chance and defended his last year’s success, having taken the lead in the very first lap and then riding solo flawlessly. The silver went to Nikolaj Hougs (also of Denmark), the bronze was taken by Anton Unger of Sweden.


Unfortunately, home colours did not live up to the expectation, as the new European junior vice-champion - Kryštof Bažant – finished 8 th , having lost 3:38 min. to the winner. David Friedel, who had taken the bronze in NMNM last years, did not have good legs and finished 51st.


1. Albert Philipsen (DEN, Trek Factory) 1:06:16 hod.

2. Nikolaj Hougs (DEN) +1:10

3. Anton Unger (SWE) +1:29

...

8. Kryštof Bažant (Cyklostar Pirelli) +3:38

37. David Vašut +7:00

38. Patrik Linert +7:18

51. David Friedel +8:20

60. Robert Mitáš +9:06

61. Karel Najser +9:06

63. Václav Kratochvíl +9:35

73. Richard Severyn +10:35





The Elite category had the short track race on programme. The victory in women went to Alesandra Keller of Switzerland, who surprised her rivals with breaking away convincingly two laps before the finish. In men’s race, Vcitor Koretzky of France took the victory in a mighty spurt, confirming his position of the leader of the series.


The Czech champion, Ondřej Cink finished on 35th place, Jitka Čábelická (GAPP System Kolofix) 21st.


Women Elite

1. Alesandra Keller (SUI, Thömus Maxon)

2. Pauline Ferrand Prevot (FRA, Ineos Grenadiers)

3. Haley Baten (USA, Specialized Factory)

4. Laura Stigger (SUI, Specialized Factory)

5. Puck Pieters (NED, Alpecin Deceuninck)

...

21. Jitka Čábelická (GAPP System Kolofix) +0:21



Men Elite

1. Victor Koretzky (FRA, Specialized Factory)

2. Christoph Blevins (USA, Specialized Factory)

3. Thomas Litscher (SUI, Lapierre Mavic)

4. Luca Schwarzbauer (GER, Canyon Cllctv)

5. Filippo Colombo (SUI, Scott Sram)

...

35. Ondřej Cink (Primaflor Mondraker) +0:17






In the programme of the World Cup races in Nové Město na Moravě, Saturday

afternoon was reserved to the U23 cross - country races. Czech riders did not live

up to the expectations in it: Adéla Holubová finished 17th, Jan Zatloukal 22th among men – to name the best results.


The gold went to Isabella Holmgren of Canada who rode her first World Cup race

and turned it into victory. The winner of the men’s race, Amos Riley, took his third

World Cup victory in a row, and is leading the general classification by a huge

margin. Both Holmgren and Riley took two victories in Nové Město na Moravě,

having taking the gold in the short track race on Friday and cross-country race on Saturday.


Women U23

1. Isabella Holmgren (CAN, Lidl Trek) 1:15:54 hod.

2. Madigan Munro (USA, Trek Factory) +2:03

3. Olivia Onesti (FRA, Trinx Factory) +2:04

4. Emily Johnston (CAN, Trek Future Cycling) +3:03

5. Ana Santos (POR) +3:30

...

17. Adéla Holubová (Rouvy Specialized) +6:43

21. Patricie Srnská (Nutrend Specialized SKR) +7:38

25. Nela Viktorá (Rouvy Specialized) +8:18

30. Simona Spěšná (jb Brunex Superior) +9:43

32. Aneta Novotná (Opportunity Brno) +10:09

42. Eliška Hanáková

70. Kateřina Vaverková



Men U23

1. Amos Riley (USA, Trek Factory - Pirelli) 1:14:31 hod.

2. Martin Luca (FRA, Orbea Factory) +0:17

3. Riley Bjorn (USA, Trek Future) +0:34

4. Luke Wiedman (SUI, Thömus Maxon) +0:52

5. Alex Jr. Malacarne (BRA) +0:56

...

21. Jan Zatloukal (Nutrend Specialized SKR) +3:56

35. Jan Sáska (Subterra Santa Cruz) +5:22

56. Patrik Černý (Expres CZ BMD Kolín) +7:27

66. Ondřej Novotný (Nutrend Specialized SKR) +8:24

71. František Hojka (Expres CZ BMD Kolín) +8:49

99. Filip Lepka

102. Václav Naxera

104. Filip Holub





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