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Kazakh Fedorov ahead of world champion under-23 Czech Vesecki

09/23/2022 at 11:31


Two cyclists fled, but already professional in Astana applied his law

Norwegian Soren Verenskjold added bronze to his stellar gold in the time trial he achieved on Monday

Kazakh Yevgeny Fedorov has been declared the world champion in the Under-23 of the Road Cycling World Championships, which is being held in Wollongong (Australia) after winning ahead of Czech Mathias Vesek. Ten laps of 17 km urban circuit in a route of 170 km.

Fedorov, a 22-year-old sprinter who is already a professional in Astana, and Vesek, who is also silver at the European Championship, came ahead of a group that was on their heels in the final kilometer.But that he decided not to hunt them down when he was within range and that he finally had a few meters, only 3 seconds short, to claim the sprint in a small group of twenty runners, which could have been .

thus, The Kazakhs and Czechs were able to play for gold and silver, although Fedorov’s victory was clear, by a second.And Vesek was already more concerned about not being caught by the platoon than he was about to do, about fighting for a victory for which he had no strength left.

In the group, Norwegian Sren Verenskjöld won the clear, who added bronze to his impressive gold in the time trial he achieved on Monday. Fourth was Estonian Madis Mihkels and fifth Dutchman Olav Kuijs, who was largely the favorite in the arrivals.

In that fixed front group, of the 20 runners, although some fell in the final metre, the Spaniards did not enter despite having the best until the decisive moment, Ral García Pierna from Madrid and Pau Mikel from Catalonia.

Both reached the head of the trio who arrived just behind the main pack, 58 seconds behind the winner in positions 21 and 22.

In addition to Spain, countries such as France were left without a medal, which gave Mathis Le Barre a sense of control of the race by putting him in the breakaway. and bullied into a group with Bastien Tronchon and Romain Grégoire from which Hungarian Erik Fetter, Swiss Alexandre Ballmer and even García Pierna wanted to jump in if they joined.

But one could not but with the confidence and strength of Fedorov and Vesek, who gave their respective countries the first championship medals.

Verenskjöld’s bronze, meanwhile, allows Norway to once again top the medal table with Great Britain with two golds and one bronze. For Verenschjöld’s two medals, gold in the sub-23 time trial, we have to add Tobias Foss’s gold in the elite time trial.

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