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Old 01-28-06, 02:26 PM   #1
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World Champs - Zolder

Junior and Under 23 results now available on UCI website.

Also it looks like Troy Wells took quite a big tumble by the blood on his face

Junior Result
1. Boy Van Poppel (Holland)
2. Robert Gavenda (Slovakia)
3. Tom Meeusen (Belgium)
Full result here - http://www.uci.ch/imgArchive/Cyclocr...Results_MJ.pdf


U-23 Result
1. Zdnek Stybar (Czech Rep)
2. Lars Boom (Holland)
3. Niels Albert (Belgium)
Full result here - http://www.uci.ch/imgArchive/Cyclocr...Results_MU.pdf
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Zolder? I thought it was being held in Zeddam!
Anyway, saw that Selander got 7th in juniors but the rest of the Americans were no better than 19th.
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opps, knew I should have checked before posting
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I was at the end of the start straight and saw Troy Wells just after he fell (a couple of others were also down in the same crash).
By the look of his front wheel he had probably hit (or been pushed into) a barrier foot.

Brave ride, he looked completely dazed, the whole field had disappeared & he trotted off to the pits & carried on.
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Here are some pics...









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Are you from portland? Cause you've got pictures of two Portland riders in that set. This was Rhonda Mazza's second season of racing and as a matter of fact second time at the worlds.
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