Tulett wins UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships junior title

Ben Tulett (Great Britain) rode to victory on a muddy morning in Valkenburg, making it two wins in a row for Great Britain at the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships. Tomas Kopecky (Czech Republic) took silver, 22 second back, while Ryan Kamp (Netherlands) took bronze at 30 seconds.

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Ben Tulett (Great Britain)0:41:19
2Tomas Kopecky (Czech Republic)0:00:22
3Ryan Kamp (Netherlands)0:00:30
4Tom Lindner (Germany)0:00:34
5Lane Maher (United States Of America)0:00:35
6Pim Ronhaar (Netherlands)0:00:36
7Mees Hendrikx (Netherlands)0:00:48
8Gerben Kuypers (Belgium)0:00:55
9Ryan Cortjens (Belgium)0:00:59
10Thibault Valognes (France)0:01:10
11Luke Verburg (Netherlands)0:01:18
12Benjamin Rivet (France)0:01:31
13Scott Funston (United States Of America)0:01:37
14Jarno Bellens (Belgium)0:01:44
15Witse Meeussen (Belgium)0:01:53
16Loris Rouiller (Switzerland)0:02:08
17Emil Lindgren (Sweden)0:02:23
18Arthur Kluckers (Luxembourg)0:02:24
19Tyler Clark (Canada)Row 18 - Cell 2
20Anthony Courriere (France)0:02:41
21Jakub Schierl (Czech Republic)0:02:47
22Sam Noel (United States Of America)0:02:51
23Niels Vandeputte (Belgium)0:03:00
24Tomáš Ježek (Czech Republic)0:03:02
25Nicolas Kess (Luxembourg)0:03:21
26Filippo Fontana (Italy)0:03:34
27Federico Ceolin (Italy)0:03:48
28Adrian Barros Rodriguez (Spain)0:03:52
29Conor Martin (Canada)0:03:54
30Jakub Toupalík (Czech Republic)0:04:12
31Calder Wood (United States Of America)0:04:15
32Théo Thomas (France)0:04:24
33Sean Flynn (Great Britain)0:04:27
34Jakub Ríman (Czech Republic)0:04:29
35Jenson Young (Great Britain)0:04:32
36Anton Niederbach (Sweden)0:04:33
37Aloïs Charrin (France)0:04:37
38Benjamin Gomez Villafane (United States Of America)0:04:40
39Alvin Tomášek (Czech Republic)0:04:44
40Bart Artz (Netherlands)0:04:46
41Loïc Bettendorff (Luxembourg)0:04:47
42Frederik Raßmann (Germany)0:05:06
43Alex Morton (United States Of America)0:05:10
44Dylan Kerr (Canada)0:05:19
45Koutarou Murakami (Japan)0:05:23
46Felix Stehli (Switzerland)0:05:27
47Balázs Vas (Hungary)0:05:31
48David Westhoff (Germany)0:05:32
49Søren Wærenskjold (Norway)0:05:35
50Ian Millennium (Denmark)0:05:36
51Cédric Pries (Luxembourg)Row 50 - Cell 2
52Thomas Creighton (Ireland)0:05:43
53Pascal Tömke (Germany)0:06:09
54Piotr Krynski (Poland)0:06:10
55Noé Barras (Switzerland)0:06:32
56Tommaso Dalla Valle (Italy)0:06:39
57Adam Mcgarr (Ireland)0:07:09
58Gonzalo Inguanzo Macho (Spain)0:07:25
59Simon Bak (Denmark)0:07:35
60Davide Toneatti (Italy)0:07:44
61Joshua Amos Gudnitz (Denmark)0:07:59
62Paul Mysko (Canada)0:08:01
63Carlos Canal Blanco (Spain)0:08:55
64Hubert Drobek (Poland)0:09:31
65Alfred Thoft Christiansen (Denmark)0:09:38
66Mik Esser (Luxembourg)0:10:03
67Ren Tsumita (Japan)Row 66 - Cell 2
68Alexander Matthews (Australia)Row 67 - Cell 2
69Rémi Premand (Switzerland)Row 68 - Cell 2
70Archie Ryan (Ireland)Row 69 - Cell 2
71Anakin Williams (Australia)Row 70 - Cell 2
72Zach Larsson (Australia)Row 71 - Cell 2
73Piotr Gruszczynski (Poland)Row 72 - Cell 2
DNFLeonardo Cover (Italy)Row 73 - Cell 2

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