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Crocodile Trophy: Soren Nissen on the podium

 

(20(10/2018) Urs Huber wins his fifth Crocodile Trophy Champion title  in Port Douglas after eight days and 27:38:30,7 of racing and sets a new record in the 24-year history of the event. Fellow Swiss racer Konny Looser wins saturday's stage and finishes second overall, however, claiming the points classification. In third is the Luxembourg National Champion Soren Nissen (winner of the 6th stage) ahead of the Austrian Matthias Grick and the Czech rider Milan Damek.
The Crocodile Trophy has been endorsed by the International Cycling Federation (UCI) for the past years and the 2018 edition has the S2 status, which comes with the chance to collect prize money and international ranking points for the elite riders. As such the event organisation includes a commissaires team of Australian officials under the direction of Chief Commissaire Jeremy Christmas from New Zealand. He said that at the elite end the Crocodile Trophy was very hard and very competitive, compared to other events he had officiated before, however, that the amateurs really embraced the challenge.
(Photo Regina Stanger)

Results 6th stage Elite Men
1. 2 Sören Nissen (LUX) / Team Stevens-LAUF / 04:23:45,0 -- 28.8 km/h Elite Men (1)
2. 4 Milan Damek (CZE) / Bike World / 04:23:48,0 +00:00:03 28.8 km/h Elite Men (2)
3. 1 Urs Huber (SUI) / Team Bulls / 04:23:50,6 +00:00:05 28.8 km/h Elite Men (3)
4. 3 Konny Looser (SUI) / BiXS Pro Team / 04:23:50,7 +00:00:05 28.8 km/h Elite Men (4)
5. 6 Matthias Grick (AUT) / KTM – Wohbefinden Graz ARBÖ / 04:39:49,1 +00:16:04 27.2 km/h Elite Men (5)

OVERALL Results 
Elite Men Result after 8 Stages:
1. #1 Urs Huber / 27:38:30,7 -- Elite Men (1) 
2. #3 Konny Looser / 1:46:43 27:39:31,0 +00:01:00 Elite Men (2) 
3. #2 Sören Nissen / 28:34:48,2 +00:56:17 Elite Men (3) 
4. #6 Matthias Grick / 29:52:52,3 +02:14:21 Elite Men (4) 
5. #4 Milan Damek / 30:32:19,4 +02:53:48 Elite Men (5) 

Overall Women Result after 8 Stages:
1. #101 Sarah White 36:10:25,6 -- Elite Women (13th outright)
2. #102 Lucy Coldwell 36:42:59,6 +00:32:34 Elite Women (16th outright)
3. #103 Sjoukje Dufoer 41:25:16,2 +05:14:50.60 Elite Women (26th outright)

 

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