Never in CadoMotus history, the team skaters dominated like this weekend. Everywhere they turned up at the start line, they were victorious!
German Inline Cup Koblenz: Jana Gegner and Ferre Spruyt
Rhein Ruhr Marathon Duisburg (DE): Pascal Ramali
Belgium championship marathon: Bart Swings
Dutch road championships: Koen Verweij, Bianca Roosenboom, Manon Kamminga, Mariska Huisman
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Ferre Spruyt got into a four men brakeaway in Koblenz, the third stage of the German Inline Cup. He outsprinted the French Ewen Fernandez. Severin Widmer placed third and Giacamo Concu fourth.
Jana Gegner took the girls race in Koblenz. In a bunch sprint, she was faster than Sabine Berg and Mareike Thum. A beautiful result, considering she was without team mates!
After his perfomances in Gross Gerau, Geisingen and Heerde, it was obvious that Koen Verweij is back in inline shape. He confirmed it by taking two Dutch titles at the road championships in Almere. He won the elimination and points race.
The other titles, the 200 and 500, went to Ronald and Michel Mulder, wearing a different suit, but equiped with CadoMotus DualBox frames and MPC wheels.
All titles this weekend went to CadoMotus DualBox frames and MPC wheels.
Manon Kamminga took the title in the 500 meter and elimination race. The girls races were dominated by the CadoMotus team, but nonetheless they fought for every title. "It's a title, everyone in the team wants those."
Bianca Roosenboom confirmed her shape is improving week by week. She took the 200 meter title for the fourth consecutive year!
Bart Swings took the Belgian national championship in the marathon, after he took a whole bunch of national titles last week at the road and track championships.
Thanks athletes, for the most successful weekend in CadoMotus history!