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Six Day London in pictures

29 October 2018

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Got the Six Day London blues? Fear not, here are the shots of the week for you to gaze at to your heart’s content. Relive the drama, feel the vibes and watch how the excitement unfolded at the Lee Valley VeloPark.

Lights down low, volume up high, atmosphere electrified.

Roger Kluge, Six Day London

Rainbow stripes gave Roger Kluge star power.

Guess who was the number one sprinter this week?

The Manx Missile just can’t stay away from Six Day London.

Game respects game.

Lewis Oliva dishing out an extra large portion of beans.

The excitement all got a bit too much for Fred Wright.

Kirsten scaring off her opponents with a Wild roar on the way round.

The happiest guy in world cycling?

Return of the King.

Blue steel with a touch of pink.

Inside the main man Martin 2 Smoove’s booth.

Two greats, two generations, side by side.

The power of the Aussie tash.

The power of the Kiwi mullet.

When your shadow says it all.

The compatriots that kept us entertained all week with a fierce but friendly rivalry, pure respect.

Your Six Day London sprinting champion, Mr Levy Levy himself – Maximillian Levy, with fellow German Robert Foerstemann close behind and Shane Perkins in third.

Your Six Day London overall men’s podium, winners Yoeri Havik and Wim Stroetinga, runners up Leigh Howard and Kelland O’Brien, and third place Roger Kluge and Theo Reinhardt.

The classic champagne shot.

Your Six Day London overall women’s podium – the Aussies rule. Georgia Baker topped the tree, with Ashlee Ankudinoff in silver and Kristina Clonan with the bronze.

The true glamour of a Six Day epitomised in one shot.

Show stoppers.

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