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Three riders to be named next month
The Netherlands cycling federation has named six riders for the world championships in Melbourne, Australia. The remaining three riders will be named on September 8.
Koos Moerenhout, who just finished second overall in the Eneco Tour, and national champion Jos van Emden will ride the time trial. They will be joined in the road race by Lars Boom, Karsten Kroon, Sebastian Langeveld and national road champion Niki Terpstra.
The final three places will be filled from the following list of riders: Laurens ten Dam, Johnny Hoogerland, Koen de Kort, Michel Kreder, Steven Kruijswijk, Tom Leezer, Martijn Maaskant, Wout Poels and Maarten Tjallingii.
Robert Gesink, Bauke Mollema, Pieter Weening and Bram Tankink had already decided not to participate in the Worlds.
Dutch Team for the UCI World Championships (with three more to be named):
Koos Moerenhout (Rabobank) road and time trial
Jos van Emden (Rabobank) road and time trial
Lars Boom (Rabobank)
Karsten Kroon (BMC Racing Team)
Sebastian Langeveld (Rabobank)
Niki Terpstra (Milram)