German track cyclist Moritz Malcharek did not find a 500 + 1 round of a winner in the last fifth stage of the 55th annual race and thus became the overall winner of the traditional international stage scoring company at the Brno velodrome.
Eight track cycling states take part in the international scoring race 500 + 1 bike in Brno.
| Photo: Jan Brychta / Světcyklistiky.cz
After the fourth stage, he was in second place in the standings, losing only six points to Slovenian leader Matevž Govekar. With a focused and courageous performance with the support of three teammates, another managed to gain three rounds of achievement, which secured an overall victory even before the final two double-scoring sprints.
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However, these last scoring sprints in the five and one following rounds decided the order in other places. Israeli express Itamar Einhorn finished second, until Govekar in the green jersey of the Slovenian national team fell to the bronze medal and the Austrian Valentin Gotzinger finished just below the podium. The seventh Adam Křenek from the organizing team TJ Favorit Brno became the best Czech track.
Malchárek completed a race with a total length of 200.4 kilometers at an average speed of over 48.7 kilometers per hour and became, after thirty-two long years, another German track that dominated this race. In front of him was Carsten Wolf, a silver medalist at the Seoul Olympics in 1990.
The defending champion of 2019 and the continuously leading competitor after the first and third stages, the Italian Matteo Donega, chose a large portion of bad luck, became entangled in a mass fall in the fourth stage and, due to injuries, did not allow him to continue.
Austrian runners Kathrin Schweinberger and Verena Eberhardt did not find the winners in the women’s category. They were then joined on the podium by Kateřina Kohoutková from Dukla Prague.
Paper assumptions in the junior race for the 300 + 1 lap were confirmed by Prostějov cyclists Matyáš Koblížek and Radovan Štec, the third in this category was the Slovenian Natan Gregorčič.
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In total, the race 500 + 1 round: ZEMAKO Grand Prix, including youth categories included two hundred competitors. The decoration of the company was the participation of cyclists from eight countries – Bulgaria, Italy, Israel, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia.