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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 / STROETINGANED100 Q
2HOWARD / O’BRIENAUS80 Q
3KLUGE / REINHARDTGER65 Q
4LATHAM / TENNANTGBR50
5PSZCZOLARSKI / STANISZEWSKIPOL40
6HESTER / MØRKØVDEN30
7HESTERS / VERGAERDEBEL25
8GRAF / MÜLLERAUT20
9STÖPLER / VAN ZIJLNED16
10ARCHBOLD / GATENZL12
11BOMMEL / THIELEGER10
12BABOR / LICHNOVSKYCZE8

Q = Qualified for the Six Day Final in Brisbane

Series Standings – woMen

POS.RIDERSCOUNTRYPOINTS
1BAKERAUS100 Q
2ANKUDINOFFAUS80 Q
3CLONANAUS65 Q
4NELSONGBR50
5WILDNED40
6SHEATHNZL30
7PAUWELSAUS25
8PIKULIKPOL20
9DRUMMONDNZL16
10AUGUSTINASRUS12
11PIKULIKPOL10
12BARKERGBR8

Q = Qualified for the Six Day Final in Brisbane

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