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Going into the final night, De Ketele/de Buyst and Cavendish/Keisse are tied

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29.11.2014 @ 13:41 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Jasper de Buyst and Kenny De Ketele have taken the lead after the third day of the Six-Days of Zürich that is held over four days. However, they are equal on points and laps with Mark Cavendish and Iljo Keisse, setting the scene for a very exciting finale.

 

On the third day of the Six-Days of Zürich, Silvan Dillier and Leif Lampater have lost their overal lead to Kenny De Ketele und Jasper de Buyst from Belgium. The Swiss-German pair have also been passed by Mark Cavendish and Iljo Keisse but are on the same lap as both leading teams which are even equal on points.

 

Spaniards David Muntaner und Albert Torres are fourth, 1 lap behind. DanesAlex Rasmussen/Marc Hester and Tristan Marguet and Marcel Kalz are also 1 lap behind the leaders.

 

Overall standings:

1. Jasper de Buyst / Kenny De Ketele 180pt 

2. Mark Cavendish / Iljo Keisse 180pt 

3. Leif Lampater / Silvan Dillier 173pt 

 

1 lap:

4. Albert Torres / David Muntaner 164pt

5. Alex Rasmussen / Marc Hester 153pt

6. Tristan Marguet / Marcel Kalz 149pt

 

4 laps:

7. Roger Kluge / Jesper Morkov 82pt

 

5 laps:

8. Claudio Imhof / Gaël Suter 77pt

9. Andreas Müller / Andreas Graf 40pt

 

6 laps:

10. Christian Grassmann / Jan-André Freuler 63pt

11. Morgan Kneisky / Vivien Brisse 47pt

 

7 laps:

12. Luke Roberts / Glenn O'Shea 78pt

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