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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Risi wins Munich, says goodbye

by Nick Mulder at 12:01 PM EST   comments
Categories: Pro Cycling, Track

Switzerland’s Bruno Risi and Franco Marvulli won the Munich Six Day last night. The Swiss duo held on to a slim three point lead over Denmark’s Alex Rasmussen and Michael Morkov. The win marks the ninth and final time that the 41 year old Risi will be on the highest step in Munich since he will retire after this season.

German duo Leif Lampater and Christian Grasmann finished a respectable third with the same number of laps but with a 57 point deficit. Dutchmen Danny Stam and Peter Schep were another lap backwards. German Danilo Hondo, returning to the Pro-Tour next year with Italy’s Lampre-NGC, finished seventh with partner Andreas Beikirch.

Final Standings:
1. Bruno Risi/Franco Marvulli (Swi) 352 points
2. Alex Rasmussen/Michael Morkov (Den) 349
3. Leif Lampater/Christian Grasmann (Ger) 295
1 lap:
4. Danny Stam/Peter Schep (Ned) 166
2 laps:
5. Kenny De Ketele/Roger Kluge (Bel/Ger) 279
14 laps:
6. Sebastian Siedler/Andreas Müller (Ger/Aut) 95
16 laps:
7. Danilo Hondo/Andreas Beikirch (Ger) 125
17 laps:
8. Leigh Howard/Glenn O'Shea (Aus) 158
27 laps:
9. Daniel Musiol/Sven Krauss (Ger) 103
28 laps:
10. Martin Blaha/Jiri Hochmann (Cze) 85
31 laps:
11. Marcel Barth/Karl Christian König (Ger) 124
32 laps:
12. Benjamin Edmüller/Lars Teutenberg (Ger) 76
36 laps:
13. Christian Bach/Fabian Schaar (Ger) 43


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