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UCI EventUCI World Champs

Elite, Cali - Colombia
26th Feb - 2nd March 2014
2014 Event | 2013 | 2012 | 2011

Junior, Glasgow - UK
7th-11th August 2013
2013 Event | 2012 | 2011

Masters, Manchester, UK
6th-12th October 2013
2013 Event | 2012 | 2011


UCI EventUCI World Cups

UCI World Cup I, Manchester
1st-3rd November 2013
UCI World Cup II, Aguascalientes
5th-7th December 2013
UCI World Cup III, TBC
17th-19th January 2014


UIV EventUIV Six Days

Fiorenzuola Six Day
25th-30th July 2013
2013 Event | 2012

Amsterdam Six Day
21st-26th October 2013
2013 Event | 2012

Grenoble Four Day
23rd - 26th October 2013
2013 Event | 2012

Ghent Six Day
19th-24th November 2013
2013 Event | 2012

Zürich Four Day
27th-30th November 2013
2013 Event | 2012

Rotterdam Six Day
2nd-7th January 2014
2014 Event | 2013

Bremen Six Day
9th-14th January 2014
2014 Event | 2013

Grenchen Four Day
15th-18th January 2014
2014 Event

Berlin Six Day
23rd-28th January 2014
2014 Event | 2013

Copenhagen Six Day
30th Jan - 4th Feb 2014
2014 Event | 2013


Regional Champs

UEC EventEuropean Champs
Senior - Apeldoorn, Netherlands
18th-20th October 2013
U23/JNR - Anadia, Portugal
9th-14th July 2013
Masters - Newport, UK
3rd-7th September 2013

Australia Event Oceania Champs
27th-30th November 2013
TBC, Oceania Region
2014 Event | 2013 | 2012

Asian Event Asian Track Champs
7th-1th March 2013
Delhi, India
2013 Event | 2012

PanAM Event Pan-AM Track Champs
8th-12th July 2013
Aguascalientes, Mexico
2013 Event | 2012


Other Events

UCI Event Olympics Games
5th-21st August 2016
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio 2016 | London 2012

UCI Event Paralympics Games
7th-18th September 2016
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rio 2016 | London 2012

UCI Event Commonwealth Games
23rd July — 3rd August 2014
Glasgow, UK
Glasgow 2014 | Delhi 2010


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2013 Amsterdam Six Days


2013 Amsterdam Six Days

The 2013 Amsterdam Six Days/6 Daagse Amsterdam will take place from the 21st to the 26th October 2013 at Velodrome Amsterdam, in the Netherlands.

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2013 6 Daagse Amsterdam - Day Six


Kenny De Ketele and Gijs Van Hoecke won the 21st Amsterdam Six-Day this evening. The former Madison world champions defeated Leif Lampater and Raymond Kreder in a spectacular final chase. Jens Mouris and Wim Stroetinga claimed the third place.

The favourites didn’t give each other time to get into the rhythm at the beginning of the last night. During the first Madison, there were lots of attacks and every move was covered with another one. Eventually, Lampater and Kreder were the only ones to take a lap.

Five couples fought for the overall win in the second Madison after Stöpler-Havik and De Ketele-Van Hoecke went round early. De Ketele and Van Hoecke, however, pulled off a doublette in the closing laps to secure the victory.

“We had gathered enough points during the week, so we didn’t have to focus on the sprints and were able to go full-throttle”, said De KeteIe. “Tactically, we did great.”

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The win in Amsterdam is Van Hoecke’s first six-say victory ever. “It's very nice to take my first win here, as last year’s event was my first ever six-day.”

Track record
Tristan Marguet and Marc Hester put in a record-breaking performance in the two-lap trial. The Swiss-Danish combination won the event for the sixth day in a row and did so in a time of 21.495 seconds – a new track record.

Sprinters
Teun Mulder claimed the victory in the Keirin Masters. A third place would have been sufficient, but the sprinter, bronze medallist at the London Olympics, ended the week in style by winning. In the final of the Sprint Masters, Hugo Haak took on Matthijs Büchli. The winner of the race would not only win heat but also take the overall. Haak beat Büchli on the line and went home with the flowers.

Peter Schep
Peter Schep waved off at the Amsterdam Velodrome during the final day. The seven-time six-day winner decided to retire due to a lingering injury but rode one last derny race. Behind Ron Zijlaard the former European champion, out-gunned some old friends and colleagues.

Overall Standings
1 4 De Ketele Kenny - Van Hoeke Gijs 282
2 6 Lampater Leif - Kreder Raymond 245
At One Lap
3 3 Mouris Jens - Stroetinga Wim 255
4 1 Ligthart Pim - Kalz Marcel 226
At Three Laps
5 5 Stöpler Nick - Havik Yoeri 243
At Seven Laps
6 8 Marguet Tristan - Hester Marc 7 194
At Eight Laps
7 7 Markus Barry - Bartko Robert 8 44
At Eleven Laps
8 12 Hochmann Jiri - Hacecky Vojtech 11 135
At Twelve Laps
9 9 Boskamp Melvin - Asselman Jesper 12 134
At Fifteen Laps
10 10 Kreder Wesley - Hoffmann Nolan 15 114
At Eighteen Laps
11 2 Gate Aaron - Roberts, Luke 18 92
At Twenty-One Laps
12 13 Caspers Didier - Van Zijl Melvin 21 33
At Twenty-Seven Laps
13 11 East Guy - Holloway Daniel 27 33

Overall Standings - Keirin Masters
1 1 Mulder Teun 13
2 2 Haak Hugo 18
3 5 Buchli Matthijs 18
4 4 Hoogland Jeffrey 24
5 6 Van 't Hoenderdaal Nils 26
6 3 Hommes Bart 27

Overall Standings - Sprint Masters
1 2 Haak Hugo 15
2 5 Buchli Matthijs 16
3 4 Hoogland Jeffrey 19
4 6 Van 't Hoenderdaal Nils 20
5 1 Mulder Teun 24
6 3 Hommes Bart 32

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2013 6 Daagse Amsterdam - Day Four


Pim Ligthart went to work during the fourth day of Amsterdam Six Day this evening. By finishing second in the final Madison the Dutchman, winner of last year’s event and his German partner Marcel Kalz claimed the overall lead. The duo holds a one-lap advantage over the rest of the field.

“The last couple of days we kept coming closer and closer," said Ligthart. "Now we finally have the lead and that's a good position to be in. We still have plenty of work to do, though. The Belgians are still a threat. They nearly have 200 points and can easily pass us with the corresponding bonus lap."

2013 Amsterdam Six Days


The Belgians
Ligthart referred to Kenny De Ketele and Gijs Van Hoecke, who have 188 points in their bag. Ligthart and Kalz have only 134.

Mouris & Stroetinga
Jens Mouris and Wim Stroetinga won in the final Madison. In the final fifteen minutes, the Dutch duo took control by taking a lap on the others. After that, they controlled and Stroetinga finished the trick by outsprinting Kalz.

Kisses & flowers
The favourites decided to save their powers during the first Madison of the evening. It gave Nolan Hoffmann and Wesley Kreder the opportunity to take the kisses and the flowers. The South African-Dutch duo escaped with Czechs Jiri Hochmann and Vojtech Hacecky and topped them in the sprint.

Keirin & Sprint Masters
Hugo Haak had a bad day in the Keirin Masters – a separate part of the sprint tournament. Thanks to finishing sixth and last, the Dutchman lost his lead to Teun Mulder. Mulder now has a three-point lead over Hague, who still sits second overall. The win, however, went to Jeffrey Hoogland.

The fight for the Sprint Masters title is still very much open. Nils van 't Hoenderdaal won the sprint and moved into the lead with Matthijs Büchli.

Overall Standings
1 1 Ligthart Pim - Kalz Marcel 134
At One Lap
2 4 De Ketele Kenny - Van Hoeke Gijs 188
3 5 Stöpler Nick - Havik Yoeri 170
4 6 Lampater Leif - Kreder Raymond 168
5 3 Mouris Jens - Stroetinga Wim 148
At Two Laps
6 8 Marguet Tristan - Hester Marc 145
At Four Laps
7 7 Markus Barry - Bartko Robert 24
At Seven Laps
8 12 Hochmann Jiri - Hacecky Vojtech 107
At Eight Laps
9 10 Kreder Wesley - Hoffmann Nolan 61
At Nine Laps
10 9 Boskamp Melvin - Asselman Jesper 80
At Eleven Lap
11 2 Gate Aaron - Roberts, Luke 54
At Fourteen Laps
12 13 Caspers Didier - Van Zijl Melvin 21
At Nineteen Laps
13 11 East Guy - Holloway Daniel 20

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2013 6 Daagse Amsterdam - Day Three


Yoeri Havik and Nick Stöpler became the new leaders of the Amsterdam Six Day after day three. The favourites kept a close eye on each other in tonight’s final Madison, but the youngsters still managed to break free in the final part of the race. Together with Pim Ligthart/Marcel Kalz and Robert Bartko/Barry Markus they lapped the rest of the field. Ligthart and Kalz took the win, but their second place brought Havik and Stöpler the overall lead.

“It was very hard”, puffed Havik right after the victory lap. “We gave everything we had. When we took a lap, we had to chase again right away.”

The third day was a good day for Havik and Stöpler but the Dutchmen keep the champagne in the fridge. “We’ll eat as much as we can and then we’ll go to bed immediately”, said Stöpler.

2013 Amsterdam Six Days


Leif Lampater and Raymond Kreder lost the lead on Wednesday. The German-Dutch couple triumphed in the elimination race but couldn’t keep up with the best duo’s in the final Madison. They are now second overall.

Standing ovation
The Belgian duo De Ketele/Van Hoecke clearly had plans going into the third night. They opened a barrage of attacks during the final Madison. De Ketele also entertained the crowd during the second derny ride. The Deelen Verswaren rider was at the back of the field for a long time, but decided to accelerate during the final part of the race. In ultimate fashion he caught up with Barry Markus and Pim Ligthart. In the last 200 metres he overtook the two, which provided him the win a standing ovation by the Amsterdam crowd.

Sprinters
Hugo Haak had set his sights on the Masters Keirin on Wednesday. He lost narrowly to Bart Hommes, but now, thanks to his second place, shares the overall lead with Teun Mulder. Both men have seven points. Bart Hommes and Nils van ‘t Hoenderdaal are third with a total of eleven.

Haak lost his lead in the Sprint Masters because of his efforts in the Keirin Masters. After a sixth place in the sprint final, he dropped to the second place, which he shares with van 't Hoenderdaal and Hoogland. Matthias Büchli won the Sprint Masters and will start day four in the lead.

Overall Standings
1 5 Stöpler Nick - Havik Yoeri 135
2 6 Lampater Leif - Kreder Raymond 127 3 1 Ligthart Pim - Kalz Marcel 102
At One Lap
4 4 De Ketele Kenny - Van Hoeke Gijs 140
5 8 Marguet Tristan - Hester Marc 107
6 3 Mouris Jens - Stroetinga Wim 107
At Two Laps
7 7 Markus Barry - Bartko Robert 24
At Seven Laps
8 12 Hochmann Jiri - Hacecky Vojtech 75
9 9 Boskamp Melvin - Asselman Jesper 63
10 10 Kreder Wesley - Hoffmann Nolan 37
At Eight Laps
11 2 Gate Aaron - Roberts, Luke 45
At Twelve Laps
12 13 Caspers Didier - Van Zijl Melvin 19
At Thirteen Laps
13 11 East Guy - Holloway Daniel 9

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2013 6 Daagse Amsterdam - Day Two


Leif Lampater and Raymond Kreder was the most attentive couple during the final Madison of day two of Amsterdam six-day. Thanks to a sharp race the German-Dutch duo rose to the top position this evening. The two riders have a one-lap advantage over the rest of the field heading into tomorrow.

“We actually only wanted to stay in the same lap as the competition, but in the final we were able to take an additional one,” said Kreder. “In the end, we started to get tired but we managed to hold on. Kenny De Ketele and Gijs Van Hoecke are very strong but we now have an advantage that we can defend.”

2013 Amsterdam Six Days


Lampater and Kreder was the only couple who was able to sneak along with Marcel Kalz and Pim Ligthart in the final of the second Madison. The latter duo moved clear for the victory while also helping their German and Dutch colleagues to take lead. The two riders were rewarded for their attacking spirit on the Amsterdam woodwork with the sprint win.

Lap loss
Kalz and Ligthart tried to make up for their lap loss on the opening day during the first Madison. Initially, it looked like if they’d actually go free but the high-paced peloton reeled them in. Lampater and Kreder took the plunge a few laps later but couldn’t keep up their efforts until the line. They went to Melvin Boskamp and Jesper Asselman, who had gathered enough points along the way to begin day-two in the best possible way.

Marguet and Hester
Tristan Marguet and Marc Hester couldn’t improve their time trial. During the opening day they got the crowd roaring thanks to a 21:528. Today, they still managed to win with 21:684 but they couldn’t close in on Jimi Madsen’s and Marthy Northstein’s track record of 21:490. The Swiss-Danish duo still has four days to re-write the Amsterdam history books.

The sprinters
Hugo Haak is leading the Sprint Masters GC after day two. With four points, he has a one-point advantage over Jeffrey Hoogland, who’s second. Teun Mulder is the new leader in the Keirin Masters. The winner of Olympic bronze at the 2012 London Games won and took over the top spot from Matthijs Büchli in the Keirin.

Overall Standings
1 6 Lampater Leif - Kreder Raymond 89
At One Lap
2 4 De Ketele Kenny - Van Hoeke Gijs 99
3 5 Stöpler Nick - Havik Yoeri 89
4 3 Mouris Jens - Stroetinga Wim 73
5 1 Ligthart Pim - Kalz Marcel 59
At Two Laps
6 8 Marguet Tristan - Hester Marc 58
7 7 Markus Barry - Bartko Robert 10
At Five Laps
8 12 Hochmann Jiri - Hacecky Vojtech 57
9 10 Kreder Wesley - Hoffmann Nolan 30
10 2 Gate Aaron - Roberts, Luke 25
At Six Laps
11 9 Boskamp Melvin - Asselman Jesper 50
At Eight Laps
12 13 Caspers Didier - Van Zijl Melvin 15
At Nine Laps
13 11 East Guy - Holloway Daniel 6

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2013 6 Daagse Amsterdam - Day One


Gijs Van Hoecke and Kenny De Ketele took the early lead in day one of the Amsterdam Six-day. On the track where they made their six-day debut last year, the two Belgians - the 2012 madison world champions - clinched the lead in the final madison over 45 minutes.

They hold a one-point lead over Yoeri Havik and Nick Stöpler.

“We were always one step ahead of the competition. Therefore, they had to attack and we were able to defend. Sometimes that’s a really nice position to be in,” De Ketele said. “Now that we are in the lead, that puts us under a little pressure but hopefully we can keep up this form for the next five days.”

Van Hoecke started the first day with confidence. “After our third place at the European Championships in Apeldoorn last weekend, we knew our legs were good.”

2013 Amsterdam Six Days


HAVIK AND STÖPLER
Youngsters Yoeri Havik and Nick Stöpler immediately showed that they came to Amsterdam with high hopes. They won the 90-lap Madison early in the evening. When the final Madison started they were still in the lead, but Van Hoecke and De Ketele ultimately proved to be just a little bit stronger.

MARGUET’S TIME TRIAL
One of the highlights of the evening was the two-lap time trial by Tristan Marguet and Marc Hester. The Swiss/Danish duo recorded a time of 21.528 seconds and was considerably faster than the competition. Jens Mouris and Wim Stroetinga finished second at nearly seven-tenths of a second. Marguet is known for his fast legs and holds several track records around the globe, which indicates he could improve as the races continues.

SPRINT MASTERS
Hugo Hook is leading the Sprint Masters after day one. Olympic bronze medal winner Teun Mulder sits overall. Matthijs Büchli won the Keirin, a separate event of the sprint event.

Overall Standings
1 Kenny de Ketele – Gijs van Hoecke (BEL), 53 p.,
2 Nick Stöpler – Yoeri Havik (NED), 52 p.,
3 Leif Lampater (GER) – Raymond Kreder (NED), 43 p.,
4 Jens Mouris – Wim Stroetinga (NED), 30 p.,
at 1 lap:
5 Tristan Marguet (SUI) – Marc Hester (DEN), 31 p.,
6 Pim Ligthart (NED) – Marcel Kalz (GER), 29 p.,
7 Barry Markus (NED) – Robert Bartko (GER), 4 p.,
at 3 laps:
8 Jiri Hochmann – Vojtech Hacecky (CZE), 29 p.,
9 Melvin Boskamp – Jesper Asselman (NED), 26 p.,
10 Aaron Gate (NZL) – Luke Roberts (AUS), 16 p.,
11 Wesley Kreder (NED) – Nolan Hoffmann (RSA), 5 p.,
at 4 laps:
12 Didier Caspers – Melvin van Zijl (NED), 8 p.,
at 5 laps:
13 Guy East – Daniel Holloway (USA), 4 p.

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