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Top-class races, an emotional farewell and the best entertainment: the SIX DAY BERLIN 2023 had a lot to offer.

With the victory of local heroes Roger Kluge and Theo Reinhardt, the 110th Berlin Six-Day Race, shortened to three days, has come to an end. For the organizers, the victory of the Berliners was the icing on the cake of a successful comeback after two years of forced break due to corona. In the women’s race the Dutch Marit Raaijmakers/Mylene de Zoete celebrated a start-finish victory.

The last sprint of the evening in the men’s race was won by Stefan Bötticher from Chemnitz against Maximilian Dörnbach (Cottbus).  Bötticher thus cementing his victory in the overall standings. The women’s victory and the title of “Sprint Queen” was secured for the first time by Lea Sophie Friedrich (147 points): “Berlin was incredible – thank you so much!”.


An emotional farewell after a unique career was celebrated at the 110th Berlin Six-Day Race by crowd favorite Maximilian Levy. The three-time Olympic medalist and four-time world champion was frenetically celebrated with chants and standing ovations in the packed Velodrom. The 35-year-old won nine times at the Six Day in Berlin, the last time in 2020. In 2021, the Berlin-born athlete ended his career after his fourth Olympic Games, but because of Corona, it was only now that he had his well-deserved farewell lap of honor – and it was a tough one. In 12.670 seconds for the flying lap, Levy once again proved his extra class to his favorite song “Mr. Boombastic.” Even without training.