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World Track Championships - CM

Stuttgart, Germany, July 30 - August 3, 2003

Event program and results

Men's Scratch Race

Surprise win for Marvulli

By Valkerie Mangnall in Stuttgart

Swiss timing
Photo: © Hennes Roth
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The Swiss team turned tragedy into triumph when Franco Marvulli won a second rainbow jersey in as many years for the menís scratch race. Marvulli was not even supposed to start until teammate Alexander Aeschbach was forced to pull out after he was hit by a bus while training on the road on Monday, suffering two broken ribs. Marvulli won ahead of Frenchman Robert Sassone and Jean-Pierre Van Zyl of South Africa.

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Images by Yuzuru Sunada/www.yuzurusunada.com

Images by Hennes Roth/www.roth-foto.de

Images by AFP

Results

1 Franco Marvulli (Switzerland)
2 Robert Sassone (France)
3 Jean-Pierre Van Zyl (South Africa)
4 Andreas Muller (Germany)
5 Gregory Henderson (New Zealand)
6 Alex Rasmussen (Denmark)
7 Robert Slippens (Netherlands)
8 Mark Renshaw (Australia)
9 Alexander Gonzalez (Columbia)
10 Roland Garber (Austria)
11 Sergei Koudentsov (Russia)
12 Matthew Gilmore (Belgium)
13 Juan Josť De La Rosa Monsivais (Mexico)
14 Petr Lazar (Czech Republic)
15 Vasilis Anastopoulos (Greece)
16 Siarhei Daubniuk (Bielorussia)
17 Amir Zargari (Iran)
18 Aivaras Baranauskas (Lithuania)
19 Noriyuki Iijima (Japan)
20 Claudio Masnata (Italy)
21 Jukka Heinikainen (Finland)
22 Guijun Shi (China)
23 Mark Ernsting (Canada)
24 Walter Perez (Argentina)
25 Vasyl Yakovlev (Ukraine)
26 Miguel Alzamora Riera (Spain)
27 James Carney (USA)