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The Benelux Top Competition series got off to an exciting start this weekend when, in Oldenzaal, the...
The Benelux Top Competition series got off to an exciting start this weekend when, in Oldenzaal, the Netherlands, Jakob Fuglsang beat Australian National Champion Sid Taberlay in a sprint to win.
The action defined early on when a small group of favourites split themselves off the front with a high pace; Taberlay and Team Dolphin teammate Hans Becking in the mix. Fulsgang and Taberlay broke away two laps before finish and was decided in a two-up sprint. Taberlay's teammate Riis Andersen rounded out the podium in third, ahead of Filip Meirhaeghe and Jelmer Pietersma.