The European Men’s & Women’s Team Championships is played in week 7 in even years. The event officially crowns the best male and female national teams in Europe. The 2014 event will be played in Basel, Switzerland, in the great St. Jakobshalle and will for the first time be staged alongside the newly inaugurated European U15 Championships.
Zdenek Stybar (CZE) picked up his 3rd elite title after defeating Sven Nys (BEL) with a time of 1:05:3. Nys lead throughout most of the race with Stybar close on his tail, until Stybar waited till one of the final hill climbs of the day to pass him.
Men’s Elite Preview Courtesy of Cyclocross Magazine (link is http://www.cxmagazine.com/) Last year at this time, cycling fans from all across the globe were arriving in Louisville, KY, ready to ring cowbells and cheer for their favorite racers as they took the stage for the 2013 Cyclocross World Championships. It marked an important event in the […]
Javier Fernandez (ESP) won his 2nd straight Euro championship after he finished the men’s free skate with a score of 175.55, giving him a total of 267.11. Fernandez is the only skater from Spain to ever medal at this Championship.
Heather Richardson (USA) found herself on the podium once again as she finished the women’s 500m race with a time of 38.18. Richardson was 2nd in yesterday’s 500m and finished 3rd in the overall standing today.
Paired against Shani Davis, Michel Mulder won the men’s 500m for the second straight time with a time of 35.12. A win here let Mulder pull away from the rest of the pack and secure a firm lead going into the men’s 1000m.
It may be a new day but it still the same results as yesterday, Yu Jing took home her second 500m gold as she finished with a time of 37.72. A win her gave Jing the edge she needed to secure the overall standings.
Olympic gold medalist Shani Davis (USA) won the men’s 1000m with a time of 1:08.96 and finished 2nd in the overall standings. Davis was siting in 6th place after the men’s 2nd 500m but jumped all the way into the 2nd spot after this final race.
Michel Mulder won his 2nd straight title as he finished 3rd in the men’s final 1000m but he won the overall with a total time of 139.885. American Shani Davis finished in 2nd place in the overall, .72 seconds behind Mulder.
After finishing yesterday’s 500 in 4th place, American Heather Richardson to gold today as she finished with a wining time of 1:15.28. Richardson also finished 3rd in the overall standing to take home the bronze.
After losing her title to American Heather Richardson last year, Yu Jing (CHN) came back to reclaim it this year by winning with a total time of 151.275. Jing finished 4th in the women’s 1000m but she had enough to clinch the overall.
American Heather Richardson almost picked up her 2nd podium of the day as she finished the women’s 1000m with a time of 1:15.86, missing the podium by .25 seconds. Richardson finished 3rd in the 500m earlier in the day.
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