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Six Days of Amsterdam - 6D

Netherlands, October 16-21, 2006

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Day 5 - October 20:

Risi and Marvulli close to overall win

Bruno Risi and Franco Marvulli go into the last night as leaders in the Amsterdam six-day. The Swiss team displaced Keisse and Villa from the first place late in the evening. The finale on Saturday night will prove to be very exciting. The leaders are on the same lap as two other combinations: Keisse/Villa and Bartko/Beikirch. The Dutch pair dropped a few places, and is now on fourth and one lap behind. Still, their amount of points (275) allows them to compete for the overall victory. The Spanish riders Llaneras and Galvez are in the same lap as the Dutch riders.


1 Bruno Risi/Franco Marvulli (Swi)                319 pts
2 Iljo Keisse/Marco Villa (Bel)                   303
3 Robert Barko/Andreas Beikirch (Ger/Bel)         203

1 lap down

4 Danny Stam/Peter Schep (Ned)                    275 pts
5 Juan Llaneras/Isaac Galvez (Spa)                140

5 laps down

6 Michael Morkov/Alex Rasmussen (Den)             209 pts

8 laps down

7 Aart Vierhouten/Alexander Aesbach (Ned/Swi)     107 pts

9 laps down

8 Matthé Pronk / Jos Pronk (Ned)                   86 pts

15 laps down

9 Niki Terpstra/Wim Stroetinga (Ned)              104 pts

16 laps down

10 Wouter van Mechelen/Dimitri Defauw (Bel)       218 pts

21 laps down

11 Jens Mouris/Marc Hester (Ned/Den)              102 pts

26 laps down

12 Bobby Traksel/Gerd Dorich (Ned/Ger)             70 pts