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Six Day Berlin 2019: Day 3 in pictures

27 January 2019

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It was another scintillating evening of action in the Velodrom as Trine Schmidt was crowned women’s champion and a string of German riders shone in front of a raucous home support.

Here are the best images from day three of Six Day Berlin.

Job done for the Danish stars, but the night was about to get even better for one of them…

After excelling on the boards, Max Levy then did his best Superman impression off them too

Not to be outdone, Levy’s sprint rival showed off his own muscles

When bae buys you Sunday tickets for Six Day Berlin – thanks, Kristina!

It’s not often cyclists are afforded a guard of honour before they head out onto the track, but then again last year’s Six Day champion Wim Stroetinga is a special case

Spectators on day three were treated to the usual mix of Six Day music, light shows and entertainment – and the Velodrom looked stunning

Berlin always brings out the best in Max Levy, and he claimed two further wins to add to his growing collection

Schmidt champ – But the star of the show on day three was undoubtedly Schmidt, who listed the women’s title after roaring to victory in the 10km scratch

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