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Belgium’s Vanthourenhout Claims U23 Men’s Title at 2015 CX Worlds Full Results – Canada’s Danick Vandale 46th

by pedalmag.com

February 01, 2015 (Tabor, CZE) – Belgium went 1-2 as Michael Vanthourenhout took control of the 18.82km U23 Men’s 6-lap race in sunny conditions and soloed into victory followed by his teammate Laurens Sweeck at 10s with Stan Godrie (Netherlands) another 4s back.

Vanthourenhout wins [P] Michal Cerveny

“When I reached the front of the race I knew it was good. I attacked and saw I had a handful of seconds straight away. It as part of the plan not to wait any longer and go flat out,” Vanthourenhout told Sporza media.

Danick Vandale [P] Michal Cerveny

Canada’s lone starter Danick Vandale from Winnipeg, MB, debuted at the 2015 CX Worlds and finished 46th apparently suffering a mechanical.

Results

1. Michael Vanthourenhout (Belgium)  0:49:55
2. Laurens Sweeck (Belgium)  0:10
3. Stan Godrie (Netherlands)  0:14
4. Clement Venturini (France)  0:24
5. Joris Nieuwenhuis (Netherlands)  0:31
6. Toon Aerts (Belgium)  0:45
7. Jakub Skala (Czech Republic)  1:06
8. Diether Sweeck (Belgium)  1:14
9. Quinten Hermans (Belgium)
10. Gioele Bertolini (Italy)
11. Vojtech Nipl (Czech Republic)  1:36
12. Martijn Budding (Netherlands)  1:42
13. Fabian Lienhard (Switzerland)  1:48
14. Fabien Doubey (France)  1:49
15. Logan Owen (United States Of America)  1:51
16. Andri Frischknecht (Switzerland)  2:03
17. Felipe Orts (Spain)  2:07
18. Kevin Suarez Fernandez (Spain)  2:18
19. Curtis White (United States Of America)  2:23
20. Sebastian Carstensen Fini (Denmark)  2:24
21. Yannick Peeters (Belgium)  2:26
22. Adam Toupalik (Czech Republic)  2:38
23. Joshua Dubau (France)  3:17
24. Nadir Colledani (Italy)  3:33
25. Andrew Dillman (United States Of America)  3:37
26. Lucas Dubau (France)
27. Felix Drumm (Germany)  3:50
28. Tobin Ortenblad (United States Of America)  3:57
29. Timon Ruegg (Switzerland)  4:07
30. Jack Clarkson (Great Britain)  4:13
31. Grant Ellwood (United States Of America)  4:30
32. Clement Russo (France)  4:34
33. Paul Lindenau (Germany)
34. Bartosz Mikler (Poland)  4:51
35. Stepan Schubert (Czech Republic)  5:04
36. Nicholas Barnes (Great Britain)  5:10
37. Dominik Vrana (Czech Republic)  5:32
38. Ondrej Glajza (Slovakia)  5:47
39. Christoph Mick (Austria)  5:48
40. Kohei Maeda (Japan)
41. Ben Sumner (Great Britain)  5:57
42. Patryk Kostecki (Poland)
43. Sam O’Keefe (United States Of America)
44. David Eriksson (Sweden)  6:36
45. Jack Hogan (Australia)  6:57
46. Danick Vandale (Canada)  7:12
47. Philipp Heigl (Austria)  7:19
48. Kota Yokoyama (Japan)
49. Dominic Grab (Switzerland)





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