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Six Days of Amsterdam - 6D

Netherlands, October 16-21, 2006

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Day 3 - October 18:

Marvulli breaks track record on the way to lead

The Swiss favourites Risi and Marvulli are leading the Amsterdam 6-day event after three days. The Suisse couple took over the lead during the night from the Dutch team Stam and Schep. Stam and Schep had taken the lead from Keisse and Villa early in the evening after a strong performance in the Madison, but Marvulli took bonus seconds by breaking the track record. He needed only 32.998 seconds for the 400 metres in "het Velodrome". Afterwards the Suisse combination gathered extra points in the scratch event.


1 Bruno Risi/Franco Marvulli (Swi)                218 pts
2 Danny Stam/Peter Schep (Ned)                    165
3 Iljo Keisse/Marco Villa (Bel)                   160
4 Robert Barko/Andreas Beikirch (Ger/Bel)         124

1 lap down

5 Juan Llaneras/Isaac Galvez (Spa)                 95 pts

3 laps down

6 Michael Morkov/Alex Rasmussen (Den)             131 pts

5 laps down

7 Aart Vierhouten/Alexander Aesbach (Ned/Swi)      55 pts
8 Matthé Pronk / Jos Pronk (Ned)                   38

8 laps down

9 Wouter van Mechelen/Dimitri Defauw (Bel)        129 pts

9 laps down

10 Niki Terpstra/Wim Stroetinga (Ned)             168 pts

13 laps down

11 Bobby Traksel/Gerd Dorich (Ned/Ger)             28 pts

14 laps down

12 Jens Mouris/Marc Hester (Ned/Den)               39 pts