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March 26/07 10:47 am - MS London Six Day (Day 3)


Posted by Editor on 03/26/07
 

Day 3 of the MS London Six Day - Forest City Velodrome
Courtesy Bob Schelstraete

'A' Teams

Dave Byer was back for Team Delhi after last night's spill but unfortunately Brantford's Eric Robertson was unable to return. Lorne Falkenstein took over Robertson's place.

Team London took the lead in points with a win in the first event, the scratch race, and held the lead through the first madison, through the miss & out and into the early part of the final madison. Then Team Stratford came alive.They definitely took the prize for being most aggressive team and it paid off. After 5 attempts they gained a lap on the entire field. Nearing the end Team Windsor attacked but were brought back by the rest of the field. Then it was Stratford staying at the front and keeping the pace high to prevent anyone attacking and getting the lap back.

'B' Teams

Team Tri-City were the dominant team today. They managed to take a lap on the other teams in each madison and with the win moved back into the overall lead that they had held with Team USA. Keith Thorarinson, replacing Falkenstein who moved up to the 'A' group, added some sprinting points to the London Team and they ended up in second spot ahead of USA and Niagara.

Results of Day 3 (March 25, 2007)

'A' Teams

1. Stratford (Adam Thuss, Chris Vlemmix) 18 points
2. London (Stephen Meyer, Brandon Throop) 48 (at 1 lap)
3. Burlington (Garnett Abbey, Vince Dejong) 43 (at 1 lap)
4. Windsor (Daniele Defranceschi, Chris Morden) 36 (at 1 lap)
5. Delhi (Mike Renneboog, Dave Byer) 35 (at 1 lap)
6. Brantford (Lorne Falkenstein, Ryan Crawford) 21 (at 1 lap)

'A' Overall Standings

1. London 25 points
2. Windsor 25
3. Delhi 23
3. Burlington 23
5. Stratford 21
6. Brantford 19

'B' Teams

1. Tri-City (Alex Fournier, Rod Olliver. Ryan Lave) 50 points
2. London (Keith Thorarinson, John Hueston, Brian Kelly) 44 (at 2 laps)
3. USA (John Brennan, Rob Kowal, Stephanie Bester) 39 (at 2 laps)
4. Niagara (Rob Good, Ray Gubala, Kyle Rupay) 37 (at 2 laps)

'B' Overall Standings

1. Tri-City 28 points
2. USA 26
3. London 25
4. Niagara 23

 


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