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B World Road Race
B World Championship Road Race - New York


Seems like the organisation thinks the sprinters who are also strong rouleurs have the biggest chance of being victorious. Let’s find out who will wear a fancy jersey next year and also has the chance to appear in the A-race.


And we have the first attack coming from Rwanda! S. Mugisha gets the company of nine others: Irishman McCarthy, other Mugisha, Serbian Kasa, Indonesian Abdurrahman, more Irishmen in Mullen and Downey, other Indonesian Setiawa and Hungarians Sipos and Moricz. Fejes also trying to close the gap, whereas the Irishmen don’t have a lot of faith in leader Bennett apparently. Statue of Liberty chilling in the back.


Fejes makes it 11 at the front. The teams working in the peloton are Japan, Sweden, Greece, Latvia, Romania, Moldova, Canada, Albania, Finland and China. Peloton now riding through Central Park Reservoir.


Some more sightseeing for the attackers here at the Flat Iron Building, as their gap is going down already. Maximum was five minutes, it is now 4’30” with more or less 190 km left.


We have some sections of up to 10% on the parcours as well. Right behind them the riders can takein the view of the South Street Seaport and the famous Brooklyn Bridge.


Oh, and of course, the Saint Patrick’s Cathedral. Anyway, enough of the NY tourism advertisement for now, let’s see if the peloton is strong enough to reel in the several teams in the breakaway!


65 km to go, two laps left! The peloton now at two minutes of the breakaway, which still exists out of 11 riders. The gap has been decreasing slowly, let’s see if the eleven up front have been able to save something for the end!


Still 50 km to go as the front of the race starts attacking each other, which is not very promising for their survival chances! S. Mugisha the first to go for it, now a counter by Setiawa!


Canada’s Cataford ensures everyone being caught with still 27 km to the finish line, as we are inside the final lap! Only survivor still is Downey, he has 30” over the peloton!


Thanks to some Greek efforts, with Bouglas clearly as a domestique today and Farantakis the sprinter, Downey is also Do(w)ne(y) with 22 km left!


14 km left! China and Latvia very present at the front, together with Albania’s Yzeiraj! Is he going for an attack?!


It is Kortsidakis attacking inside the final ten km! Arashiro likes the idea and tries to join!


The Chinese rider is unable to do so, but now Novardianto uses the Greek as a launch pad! Final six km and it’s Japan chasing together with Latvia!


Becis closes the gap! 3.5 km to go, not really a lot of organisation at the front anymore! Best positioned sprinters are Kemboi (Kenya), Grosu (Romania), Liepins (Latvia), Houle (Canada), Eislers (Latvia), Manarelli (Brazil), Liu (China), Manninen (Finland), Kamberaj (Albania), Hsu (Taiwan), Kalaba (Serbia), Perera (Sri Lanka) and Haller (Austria)!


And the sprint is really on now! Liepins leading the pack with leader Eislers in his wheel as there are 1.5 km to go! The others all following them are Grosu, Manninen, Liu, Anderberg, Kemboi, Manarelli, Kamberaj and Hsu!


Eislers waits until after the red kite to open his sprint, but Grosu immediately takes the lead with 700 metres to go! Behind him is Manninen, and others still looking very good are Kamberaj and Kemboi!


And it’s these last four going for it indeed! 400 metres to go, three Europeans versus one African!


Hsu coming from behind with incredible speed, but with 200 metres left it looks like Kenya will be victorious!


Very clear victory for the Kenyan! Nobody else on the finish photo! The two-men team (with domestique Hussein) wins the New York B-world championship and will soon be able to do it all again!


Manninen holds on for second with Hsu also on the podium! Liu is fourth for China with Kamberaj a nice fifth for Albania, while places six to eight go to Grosu, Houle and Kalaba.


The top-10 is completed by Latvian Eislers and the Austrian Mr. Tour of America Marco Haller.

1Salem KemboiKenya6h00'12
2Matti ManninenFinlands.t.
3Hsuan Ping HsuTaiwans.t.
4Jiankun LiuChinas.t.
5Xhuliano KamberajAlbanias.t.
6Eduard GrosuRomanias.t.
7Hugo HouleCanadas.t.
8Dusan KalabaSerbias.t.
9Ingus EislersLatvias.t.
10Marco HallerAustrias.t.
11Tomohiro KinoshitaJapans.t.
12Emerson SantosBrazils.t.
13Emils LiepinsLatvias.t.
14Madushanka PereraSri Lankas.t.
15Stylianos FarantakisGreeces.t.
16Yudai ArashiroJapans.t.
17Hampus AnderbergSwedens.t.
18Andres PaezArgentinas.t.
19Abdul GaniIndonesias.t.
20Joseph AreruyaRwandas.t.
21Nicolae TanovitchiiMoldovas.t.
22Michail KortsidakisGreeces.t.
23Carlos Alexandre ManarelliBrazils.t.
24Georgios KaratziosGreeces.t.
25Amith Udaya KumaraSri Lankas.t.
26Shoi MatsudaJapans.t.
27Morne Van NiekerkSouth Africas.t.
28Chun Kai FengTaiwans.t.
29Johann van ZylSouth Africas.t.
30Armands BecisLatvias.t.
31Nicholas DlaminiSouth Africas.t.
32Andris SmirnovsLatvias.t.
33Rein TaaramäeEstonias.t.
34Krists NeilandsLatvias.t.
35Antoine DuchesneCanadas.t.
36Jamalidin NovardiantoIndonesias.t.
37Philip LaveryIrelands.t.
38Toms SkujinsLatvias.t.
39Georgios BoutopoulosGreeces.t.
40Shiki KuroedaJapans.t.
41Yikui NiuChinas.t.
42Aleksandr PluchkinMoldovas.t.
43Marildo YzeirajAlbanias.t.
44Barnabas PeakHungarys.t.
45Daniel SchornAustrias.t.
46Martin WeissAustrias.t.
47Bonaventure UwizeyimanaRwandas.t.
48Aidan Van NiekerkSouth Africas.t.
49Lukas PostlbergerAustrias.t.
50Patrick GamperAustrias.t.
51Michael GoglAustrias.t.
52Andris VosekalnsLatvias.t.
53Christian BertilssonSwedens.t.
54Dealton Nur Arif PrayogoIndonesias.t.
55Samuel MugishaRwandas.t.
56Felix EnglishIrelands.t.
57Peter PruusEstonias.t.
58Sean McKennaIrelands.t.
59Eugert ZhupaAlbanias.t.
60Saya KuroedaJapans.t.
61Ryan MullenIrelands.t.
62German Nicolas TivaniArgentinas.t.
63Erik BaskaSlovakias.t.
64Georgios BouglasGreeces.t.
65Jodok SalzmannAustrias.t.
66Sasu HelmeFinlands.t.
67Jesse KaislavuoFinlands.t.
68William ChiarelloBrazils.t.
69Alexandor CatafordCanadas.t.
70Stefan De BodSouth Africas.t.
71Siim KiskonenEstonias.t.
72Wen Hao LiChinas.t.
73Krisztian LovassyHungarys.t.
74Jack BurkeCanadas.t.
75Shaun Nick BesterSouth Africas.t.
76Jingbiao ZhaoChinas.t.
77Yuan Tan PengTaiwans.t.
78Andreas Odie Purnama SetiawaIndonesias.t.
79Takeaki AmezawaJapans.t.
80Janvier HadiRwandas.t.
81Olli KulppiFinlands.t.
82Benjamin BrkicAustrias.t.
83Emiliano ContrerasArgentinas.t.
84Zisis SouliousGreeces.t.
85Sam BennettIrelands.t.
86Aleksandar RomanSerbias.t.
87George Alexandru StancuRomanias.t.
88Wataru MutsumineJapans.t.
89Zhihui JiangChinas.t.
90Zoltan SiposHungarys.t.
91David BoilyCanadas.t.
92Joni KanervaFinlands.t.
93Valens NdayisengaRwandas.t.
94Adrian NituRomanias.t.
95Pier-Andre CoteCanadas.t.
96Joao GasparBrazils.t.
97Mingrun ChenChinas.t.
98Marton DinaHungarys.t.
99Jordan CheyneCanadas.t.
100Peter SaganSlovakias.t.
101Daniel MoriczHungarys.t.
102Martin MahdarSlovakias.t.
103Xianjing LyuChinas.t.
104Sandy Nur HasanIndonesias.t.
105Bambang SuryadiIndonesias.t.
106Miltiadis GiannoutsosGreeces.t.
107Serghei TvetcovRomanias.t.
108Sachin DulanjanaSri Lankas.t.
109Suranga RanaweeraSri Lankas.t.
110Chen ShikaiChinas.t.
111Milos BorisavljevicSerbias.t.
112Murilo AffonsoBrazils.t.
113Gabor KasaSerbias.t.
114Laureano RosasArgentina+ 3'31
115Sean DowneyIrelands.t.
116Pedro Pablo PereyraArgentinas.t.
117Louis MeintjesSouth Africas.t.
118Tushantha RajapakshageSri Lankas.t.
119Daniel Ricardo DiazArgentinas.t.
120Karl Patrick LaukEstonias.t.
121Muhammad Imam ArifinIndonesias.t.
122Eduardo SepulvedaArgentinas.t.
123Rei OnoderaJapans.t.
124Martins BlumsLatvias.t.
125Emil DimaRomanias.t.
126Leonardo Henrique FinklerBrazils.t.
127Viktor FilutasHungarys.t.
128Norman VahtraEstonias.t.
129Fredrik LudvigssonSwedens.t.
130Andrei NechitaRomanias.t.
131Adam De VosCanada+ 4'56
132Martin LaasEstonias.t.
133Muhammad AbdurrahmanIndonesias.t.
134Gabor FejesHungarys.t.
135Joonas HenttalaFinlands.t.
136Antti-Jussi JuntunenFinlands.t.
137Eoin McCarthyIreland+ 6'16
138Charalampas KastrantasGreece+ 6'54
139Mujtaba HusseinKenyas.t.
140Steven KalfEstonia+ 7'39
141Ian RichardsonIreland+ 8'29
142Moise MugishaRwandas.t.
143Abel KenyeresHungarys.t.
144Michael KolarSlovakia+ 9'48

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