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AMSTERDAM SIX DAY

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JESPER MØRKØV

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KENNY DE KETELE

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MARC HESTER

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MORENO DE PAUW

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09.12.2016 @ 09:59 Posted by Anton Kjøller Alexandersen

There are still no signs of weakness for the Belgian duo Kenny De Ketele andMoreno De Pauw at the end of the third day of the Six Days of Amsterdam. 

 

The pair maintains a relatively similar advantage to that of the previous day. Leif Lampater and Marcel Kalz are now 38 points behind but Christian Grassman and Maximilan Beyer won a lap and are now on the same lap as the two best pair. However, they have a massive 151 points to make up.

 

The other pairs are at least 2 laps behind the leaders.

 

Standing after the third day

1. Kenny De Ketele / Moreno De Pauw 358 points  
2. Leif Lampater / Marcel Kalz 320 points  
3. Christian Grassmann / Maximilian Beyer 207 points  
4. Tristan Marguet / Claudio Imhof 266 points + 2 laps  
5. Yoeri Havik / Wim Stroetinga 241 points + 2 laps  
6. Pim Ligthart / Jens Mouris 233 points + 2 laps  
7. Marc Hester / Jesper Morkov 228 points + 2 laps  
8. Niki Terpstra / Raymond Kreder 204 point + 3 laps  
9. Nick Stöpler / Roy Pieters 176 points + 4 laps

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