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Following a relatively quiet opening night, Alex Rasmussen and Michael Mørkøv played a dominant role on the second night of the Copenhagen Six Days race.

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01.02.2014 @ 09:21 Posted by Jesper Ralbjerg

Home crowd favourites Alex Rasmussen and Michael Mørkøv assumed a dominant role at the Copenhagen Six Days race last night.

 

Not only did they win the first Madison of the evening, Michael Mørkøv also claimed a win in the Derny race and the team also won the 2,000 metres team pursuit thus amassing enough points to take the overall lead.

 

The only setback came when Marc Hester destroyed Alex Rasmussen in the decisive sprint in the team elimination.

 

Earlier Marcel Kalz was untouchable in the 250 metres time trial, winning the event in 12,519 seconds – a fraction of a second short of the track record he set in Copenhagen last year.

 

The final Madison of the second day of racing was won by Wim Stroetinga and Jesper Mørkøv. They are currently trailing the front trio by four laps, though, and a place on the podium seems out of reach.

 

Overall standing after day 2:

1 Alex Rasmussen - Michael Mørkøv 141 points
2 Leif Lampater - Marc Hester 117
3 Robert Bartko - Marcel Kalz 111
 

At 2 laps

4 Andreas Müller - Andreas Graf 38
 

At 4 laps
5 Jesper Mørkøv - Wim Stroetinga 68
6 Albert Torres - Vojtech Hacecky 52
 

At 6 laps
7 Luke Roberts - Nick Stöpler 17
 

At 11 laps
8 Marcel Barth - Niki Byrgesen 24
 

At 12 laps

9 Mads Christensen - Tristan Marguet 41
 

At 13 laps
10 Guy East - Daniel Holloway 47
11 Achim Burkart - Mathias Krigbaum 40
 

At 15 laps
12 Melvin Van Zijl - Didier Caspers 18
 

At 16 omgange efter
13 Simon Bigum - Nico Hesslich 36
14 Hans Pirius - Sebastian Wotschke 34

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