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Six Day London 2018 – Day 3 in pictures

26 October 2018

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We’re halfway through the week and the raucous hoards in the stands have been treated to some memorable moments throughout Phynova Six Day London.

And there’s plenty more to come, with the women adding to the programme for the final three night to boost excitement on the boards even more.

For now, here’s the story of Day 3 in pictures. Take a look!

We should not forget the U21s, who have opened the night for the first three nights and their 1878 Cup champions were crowned – the honour went to Xeno Young and Nicolas Wernimont!

First up were the sprinters. Max Levy was on a mission en route to Six Day London sprint record – although he’s normally wagging foam fingers!

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Despite Robert Foerstemann trying his level best to keep Levy out, the German powered through for victory.

The derny riders were back in full flight, setting an electric pace!

Keep up, mate!

The riders jockey for position once more as they size each other up…

And Andy Tennant gave the home crowd a stunning win for the home riders, streaking clear in the closing stages of the team elimination. He might well celebrate!

The men’s racing is hotting up and there’s nothing between the teams at the top – all in good spirits though, as seen here!

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