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2018/19 SERIES STANDINGS

At the end of each Six Day event the Series Standings are updated. Riders are aiming to secure enough points throughout the Series to reach the Six Day Final in Brisbane and a chance to be crowned 2018/19 Series Champions.

Series Standings – Men

POS.RIDERSCOUNTRYPOINTS
1HAVIK / STROETINGA Q NED255 
HESTER / MØRKØV QDEN210 
KLUGE / REINHARDT QGER 185 
HOWARD / O’BRIEN QAUS 160 
5GRAF / MÜLLER QAUT155 
6DE KETELE / DE PAUW QBEL152.5
7PSZCZOLARSKI / STANISZEWSKI QPOL 112.5 
7THIELE / BOMMEL GER 102 
7ARCHBOLD / GATE QNZL102
10LATHAM / TENNANTGBR88 

Q = Qualified for the Six Day Final in Brisbane

Series Standings – woMen

POS.RIDERSCOUNTRYPOINTS
NELSON QGBR170 
EVANS Q GBR150 
BAKER Q AUS140 
WILD QNED105 
EDMONDSON QAUS100 
5SCHMIDT QDEN 100 
ANKUDINOFF QAUS 100 
ARCHIBALD GBR 100 
CLONAN QAUS 95 
10PAUWELS QAUS 90 

Q = Qualified for the Six Day Final in Brisbane

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