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Dreaded Handicap Madison on Monday evening likely to indicate final winners.

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ALEX RASMUSSEN

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JASPER DE BUYST

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JESPER MØRKØV

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KENNY DE KETELE

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MARC HESTER

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08.02.2016 @ 09:02 Posted by Jesper Ralbjerg

At the Copenhagen Six Days Dane Marc Hester and Belgian Jasper De Buyst defended their overall lead for the fourth day running on Sunday but they were joined by Rasmussen/Mørkøv who won back the lap that they lost on Saturday and gained a bonus lap. Experienced Austrians Graf and Müller also made good on their loss Saturday evening.

 

Both the Austrians and Belgians De Ketele and De Pauw look certain to gain a bonus lap and join the leading two teams before the dreaded Handicap Madison on Monday evening, a discipline that will give a clear indication as to who is going to win the last Six Days race of the season.

 

General classification after day 4:

1 Jasper De Buyst (Belgium) - Marc Hester (Denmark) 259

2 Jesper Mørkøv - Alex Rasmussen (Denmark) 247

 

At 1 lap

3 Kenny De Ketele - Moreno De Pauw (Belgium) 187

4 Andreas Müller - Andreas Graf (Austria) 94

 

At 7 laps

5 Daniel Holloway (USA) - Daniel Hartvig (Denmark) 130

 

At 12 laps

6 Sebastian Wotschke - Hans Pirius (Germany) 60

 

At 18 laps

7 Nick Stöpler (Holland) - David Muntaner (Spain) 62

 

At 19 laps

8 Melvin Van Zijl (Holland) - Elias Helleskov Busk (Denmark) 89

 

At 20 laps

9 Wojtek Pszczolarski (Poland) - Frederik Schwartz (Denmark) 103

 

At 21 laps

10 Roy Pieters (Holland) - Simon Bigum (Denmark) 76

 

At 24 laps

11 Otto Vergaerde (Belgium) - Yoeri Havik (Germany) 65

 

At 28 laps

12 Christian Grasmann - Marcel Kalz (Germany) 49

 

At 30 laps

13 Lucas Liss (Germany) - Mathias Krigbaum (Denmark) 72

14 Ackim Burkart - Marcel Barth (Germany) 47

15 Martin Blaha - Ondrej Vendolsky (Czech Republic) 36

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