Archiv für den Tag: 5. November 2017

“Last race is done!” Patrick Schelling beendet Tour of Hainan UCI 2.HC auf Rang acht und wird Dritter in der Bergwertung!


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Youngster Martin Meiler gibt mit Rang elf Visitenkarte ab für die Zukunft! Team Vorarlberg sagt DANKE für ein tolles Jahr 2018!

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Letzte Schlacht in diesem Jahr ist geschlagen für das Team Vorarlberg! Martin Meiler wird auf letzter Etappe Elfter, Der Zsolt Zwölfter – Patrick Schelling verbessert sich auf Endrang Acht bei Tour of Hainan im fernen China!

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Matthijs büchli wins keirin world cup GOLD

BEAT Cycling Club takes gold keirin medal in World Cup debut

November 4, 2017 – Matthijs Büchli has won gold in the keirin at the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Pruszków, Poland, today. The BEAT Cycling Club rider crossed the line ahead of Joachim Eilers and Sebastien Vigier to secure first place in the final and take home the gold.

BEAT Cycling Club is writing history this weekend with the team’s first participation in an event at the highest level, the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup. Earlier today, in the team sprint, Büchli and his clubmates Roy van den Berg and Theo Bos missed qualifying for the final for bronze by only 0.005 seconds. Büchli already showed great form in that race with an impressive split time.

In the keirin, Büchli clearly was able to continue at this level. “The Blast” won the first round with the fastest time of the field. In the semifinals he again finished first in his heat, ensuring a place in the final. In the final he crushed his competitors once again with a very early punch, blasting away to take the victory.

Büchli was incredibly happy with this result: “This is crazy! I didn’t expect this, not now already. Winning a World Cup for BEAT Cycling Club is incredible. I went and didn’t see anyone coming with me, so I didn’t hesitate and pulled away. I don’t think I’ve ever taken such a beautiful victory.”

Coach Tim Veldt, at his first World Cup as a coach, was also very pleased with the performance of his rider: “I actually expected him to win. He was so strong today. A race like this is really difficult to plan, but he went early and had the ability to bring it home.”

Tomorrow Roy van den Berg and Theo Bos will represent BEAT Cycling Club in the sprint at the World Cup.

ABOUT BEAT CYCLING CLUB
BEAT Cycling Club is the first professional cycling club in the history of cycling where elite sports, amateur cycling and cycling fans meet. Currently BEAT is the fastest-growing cycling club in the Benelux, with thousands of involved supporters and members. The track team is the first professional cycling team within BEAT Cycling Club. More information about BEAT Cycling Club can be found on our website www.beatcycling.club.

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