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The Six Days of Bremen overnight leaders, Alex Rasmussen and Marcel Kalz maintained their possition following the third day of competition, but a rivalry gains intensity as two other pairs are remaining at the same lap.

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11.01.2015 @ 11:30 Posted by Aleksandra Górska

The Six Days of Bremen overnight leaders, the Danish-German pair of Alex Rasmussen and Marcel Kalz maintained their possition following the third day of competition, but a rivalry gains a new intensity as two other pairs are remaining at the same lap.

 

Rasmussen and Kalz had a significant advantage coming into the third night of competition in Bremen, but couldn't hold back an offensive of other three pairs remaining in contention:  Lampater/ Stroetinga, Grasmann/ Hester and Kneisky/Morkov. 

 

As a result, the Danish-German pair still remains at the top of the general classification of Bremen Six, but it is mainly thanks to crossing tha 200-points mark and thus gaining another bonus lap. Two combinations remaining at the same lap as leaders, Lampater/Stroetinga and Grasmann/Hester are short of points, having 141 and 131 on their accounts respectively, but fourth duo of Morgan Kneisky and Jesper Morkov should be able to gain a bonus on Sunday night.

 

Should Rasmussen fall of the pace during final nights, as it was a case in previous Six Days held this season, the rivalry for a victory in the Six Days of Bremen remains wide open.

 

 

2015 Six Days of Bremen classification after day three:

Kalz Marcel - Rasmussen Alex  (SWB)  200

Lampater Leif - Stroetinga Wim  (Sparkasse)  141
Grasmann Christian - Hester Marc  (ÖVB)  131

 

at 1 lap
Kneisky Morgan - Mørkøv Jesper  (Leasing e-Bike)  172

 

at 4 laps
Graf Andreas - Müller Andreas  (Bike it)  64

 

at 5 laps
Stöpler Nick - Heßlich Nico  (Schmidt & Koch)  119

 

at 8 laps
Liß Lucas - Marguet Tristan  (Radio Bremen)  90                         

 

at 10 laps
Burkart Achim - Politt Nils  (Karstadt Sport)  48 
Blaha Martin - Hacecky Vojtech  (Atlantik Gruppe)  43
Muntaner David - Torres Albert  (x-Tip / Die Spielemacher)  42           

 

at 12 laps
Barth Marcel - Mohs Erik  (Element Pure/PASSION Sport)  56

 

at 15 laps
Roberts Luke - Lea Bobby  (Lotto)  81

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