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Thibau Nys wins junior men's race at Superprestige Zonhoven

Koksijde, Thibau Nys
(Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

Results
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Thibau Nys (Bel) AA-drink Jongerenteam 0:39:51
2Lennert Belmans (Bel) Iko-crelan 0:00:04
3Ward Huybs (Bel) AA-drink Jongerenteam 0:00:14
4Jente Michels (Bel) Acrog-pauwels Sauzen - Balen B 0:00:15
5Joost Brinkman (Ned) Orange Babies Cycling Team 0:00:27
6Danny van Lierop (Ned) Twc het Snelle Wiel 0:01:08
7Arne Baers (Bel) Callant-doltcini Ct 0:01:12
8Tibor del Grosso (Ned) Callant-doltcini Ct
9Matyas Kopecky (Cze) Acrog-pauwels Sauzen - Balen B 0:01:15
10Lucas Janssen (Ned) Apb cx Development Team 0:01:21
11Bailey Groenendaal (Ned) Wv Schijndel 0:01:25
12Jelle Harteel (Bel) Acrog-pauwels Sauzen - Balen B 0:01:30
13Twan van der Drift (Ned) Westland wil Vooruit
14Hugo Kars (Ned) Artv de Adelaar 0:01:31
15Levi van Hoften (Ned) Jvr de Batauwers 0:01:49
16Job Boontjes (Ned) Meteoor Assen Roden 0:01:57
17Jasper Levi Pahlke (Ger) Stevens Racing Team 0:02:06
18Brent Blommen (Bel) Kzlwc Heylen
19Lukas van der Vleuten (Ned) Cycling Vlijtingen 0:03:08
20Huub Artz (Ned) Wv Schijndel 0:03:11
21Elio Clarysse (Bel) Bike Advice - Itaf Ct 0:03:15
22Yanick de Vos (Ned) Apb cx Development Team 0:03:26
23Mat van Gorp (Ned) Twc de Kempen 0:03:30
24Maiko Timmer (Ned) Offroad Team Bejan/Barkhuis 0:03:51
25Quinten Buijs (Ned) Westland wil Vooruit 0:04:10
26Lukas Vanderlinden (Bel) Cannibal Team 0:04:13
27Rune Ceusters (Bel) Sport en Steun - Leopoldsburg 0:04:15
28Cas Jansen (Ned) De Eendracht 0:05:00
29Lennert Huybs (Bel) AA-drink Jongerenteam 0:05:15
30Brent Valgaeren (Bel) Sport en Steun - Leopoldsburg 0:05:21
31Pieter Pauwels (Bel) Callant-doltcini Ct 0:05:24
32Sander van der Eecken (Bel) Hermans Cycling Team
33Jordi van Heijst (Ned) Orange Babies Cycling Team 0:05:34
34Jens van Korven (Ned) Het Snelle Wiel 0:06:12
35Mike Deutekom (Ned) Zwse mtb ver X-treme 0:06:30
36Ruben Velter (Ned) Twc Tempo Veldhoven
37Noah Brits (Bel) Young Cycling Talent d&D
38Nik Küttel (Swi) Ig Radsport Uri
39Justin Weder (Swi) Bsk Graf rv Altendorf
40Bram Marx (Bel) Sport en Moedig Genk
41Jordy Liebens (Bel) Sport en Moedig Genk
42Niels Dias (Bel) Kon. vc ´t Meetjesland - Kness
43Timo Fischer (Aut) Bsk Graf rv Dornbirn
44Nico Grab (Swi) Bsk Graf rv Altenrein
45Wietse Slegers (Bel) Omc mtb Club - Opoeteren
46Wanya Russenberger (Swi) Rv Merishausen
47Natan Cornelis (Bel) Avia-rudyco-janatrans Cycling
DNFTom Schellekens (Ned) Wv Schijndel
DNFStaf Huygens (Bel) Sport en Steun - Leopoldsburg
DNFJoppe de Heij (Ned) Team E-power Bakker Racing
DNFYorben Lauryssen (Bel) Callant-doltcini Ct
DNFJelmer Bassa (Ned) Merida Bassa Biking Team

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