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By Susan Westemeyer The leaders' jerseys changed hands Sunday night in the 43rd Six Days of Munich ,...
By Susan Westemeyer
The leaders' jerseys changed hands Sunday night in the 43rd Six Days of Munich, as Franco Marvulli and Iljo Keisse surprisingly took over the lead from Erik Zabel and Bruno Risi. The Swiss/Belgian pair was able to make up two laps on the formerly leading team and pulled in front of them thanks to more points.
"We want to win here," Marvulli said. Zabel and Risi are in second place, ahead of the Dutch duo Danny Stam and Peter Schep. Italians Paolo Bettini and Marco Villa are in seventh place.