Bartko/Kluge lead Berlin six Days
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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Bartko/Kluge lead Berlin six Days

by Bjorn Haake at 5:56 AM EST   comments
Categories: Pro Cycling, Track
 

Robert Bartko and Roger Kluge lead the Berlin Six Days after the second night with 36 points over Dutch duo Danny Stam and Peter Schep. Germans Robert Bengsch and Marcel Kalz are third, 41 points behind. The Danish 'couple' Axel Rasmussen and Michael Mørkøv are already a lap behind, but have the second-most points.

The Berlin Six Days have multiple other events going to keep the spectators entertained. rad-net.de reported that in the sprints competition, World Champion Maximilian Levy stayed under the 13-second mark for a lap (12"91). He was followed by surprise underdog Sebastian Döhrer. Döhrer managed to beat Levy in the sprint, but lost in the Keirin.

In the UIV Cup for the U23 riders, Dutch duo Michael Vingerling and Nick Stöpler lead ahead of Frenchmen Ghislain Boiron and Mickael Jeannin.

Bartko won the Six Days last year with partner Erik Zabel, who is in attendance at the event.

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