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Hermans wins U23 European cyclo-cross championship

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Quinten Hermans wins the 2016 European championship

Quinten Hermans wins the 2016 European championship
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Sieben Wouters (Netherlands) finished third

Sieben Wouters (Netherlands) finished third
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Joris Nieuwenhuis (Netherlands) riding to silver

Joris Nieuwenhuis (Netherlands) riding to silver
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Thijs Aerts (Belgium) tries to catch his breath

Thijs Aerts (Belgium) tries to catch his breath
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European champion Quinten Hermans (Belgium)

European champion Quinten Hermans (Belgium)
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Quinten Hermans (Belgium) throws his arms in the air

Quinten Hermans (Belgium) throws his arms in the air
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Thijs Aerts (Belgium) and Quinten Hermans (Belgium) leading

Thijs Aerts (Belgium) and Quinten Hermans (Belgium) leading
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Quinten Hermans tastes the gold at the European championships

Quinten Hermans tastes the gold at the European championships
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Quinten Hermans en route to winning the U23 European championship

Quinten Hermans en route to winning the U23 European championship
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U23 riders at the barriers during the European championships

U23 riders at the barriers during the European championships
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Quintens Hermans of Belgium rides between Dutch riders Joris Nieuwenhuis and Sieben Wouters.

Quintens Hermans of Belgium rides between Dutch riders Joris Nieuwenhuis and Sieben Wouters.
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Hermans leads the pack at the European championships U23 race

Hermans leads the pack at the European championships U23 race
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leaders in the U23 men's race take the barriers

leaders in the U23 men's race take the barriers
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Italy's Gioele Bertolini hops the barriers

Italy's Gioele Bertolini hops the barriers
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The U23 men's podium at the 2016 UEC Cyclo-cross European Championships

The U23 men's podium at the 2016 UEC Cyclo-cross European Championships
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Full Results

#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Quinten Hermans (Belgium)0:54:46
2Joris Nieuwenhuis (Netherlands)
3Sieben Wouters (Netherlands)
4Clement Russo (France)
5Thomas Bonnet (France)
6Gioele Bertolini (Italy)0:00:05
7Eddy Fine (France)
8Lucas Dubau (France)
9Thijs Aerts (Belgium)0:00:13
10Eli Iserbyt (Belgium)0:00:19
11Jens Dekker (Netherlands)0:00:28
12Tony Periou (France)0:00:36
13Nicolas Cleppe (Belgium)
14Gosse Van Der Meer (Netherlands)0:01:11
15Joshua Dubau (France)0:01:13
16Thomas Joseph (Belgium)0:01:31
17Stefano Sala (Italy)0:01:40
18Timon Rüegg (Switzerland)0:01:54
19Maik Van Der Heijden (Netherlands)
20Yan Gras (France)0:02:05
21Yannick Peeters (Belgium)0:02:26
22Jonas Brezina (Czech Republic)0:02:38
23Kevin Kuhn (Switzerland)
24Henrik Jansson (Sweden)
25Manuel Muller (Germany)
26Kelvin Bakx (Netherlands)0:02:42
27Mathieu Morichon (France)0:02:50
28Joris Ryf (Switzerland)0:03:22
29Simon Vitzthum (Switzerland)0:03:44
30Simon Vozar (Slovakia)0:03:58
31Loïs Dufaux (Switzerland)0:04:04
32Daniel Mayer (Czech Republic)0:04:08
33Stepan Schubert (Czech Republic)0:04:12
34Maximilian Mobis (Germany)0:04:52
35Johan Jacobs (Switzerland)2 laps
36Poul Rudolph (Germany)2 laps
37David Eriksson (Sweden)2 laps
38Adrian García (Spain)2 laps
39David Conroy (Ireland)4 laps
40Enaitz Palacio Portillo (Spain)4 laps
41Raphael Krahenmann (Switzerland)6 laps
DNFAdam Toupalik (Czech Republic)
DNFLukas Meiler (Germany)

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