Aaron Dockx wins junior men's European cyclo-cross title

COL DU VAM DRENTHE NETHERLANDS NOVEMBER 07 Gold medalist Aaron Dockx of Belgium poses on the podium during the medal ceremony after the 19th UEC European Cyclocross Championships 2021 Mens Junior EuroCross21 UECcycling on November 07 2021 in Col du Vam Drenthe Netherlands Photo by Luc ClaessenGetty Images
Aaron Dockx celebrates his European title (Image credit: Getty Images)
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Full Results
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Aaron Dockx (Belgium) 0:47:06
2David Haverdings (Netherlands) 0:00:47
3Luca Paletti (Italy) 0:00:48
4Viktor Vandenberghe (Belgium) 0:00:59
5Menno Huising (Netherlands) 0:01:08
6Oliver Akers (Great Britain) 0:01:25
7Kay de Bruyckere (Belgium) 0:01:27
8Romain Debord (France) 0:01:28
9Louka Lesueur (France) 0:01:35
10Jan Christen (Switzerland) 0:01:40
11Max Greensill (Great Britain) 0:01:49
12Nathan Smith (Great Britain)
13Jelte Jochems (Netherlands) 0:01:56
14Guus van den Eijnden (Netherlands) 0:01:59
15Yordi Corsus (Belgium) 0:02:04
16Adam Seeman (Czech Republic) 0:02:07
17Daniel Nielsen (Denmark) 0:02:22
18Gustav Pedersen (Denmark) 0:02:43
19Liam o Brien (Ireland) 0:02:55
20Senne Bauwens (Belgium)
21Jarod Egea Garcia (France) 0:02:58
22Iben Rommelaere (Belgium) 0:03:00
23Mika Vijfvinkel (Netherlands) 0:03:06
24Silas Kuschla (Germany) 0:03:09
25Kenay de Moyer (Belgium) 0:03:15
26Filip Samec (Czech Republic) 0:03:27
27Bart Kortleve (Netherlands) 0:03:34
28Benjamin Krüger (Germany) 0:03:40
29Nathan dos Reis Graca (France) 0:03:49
30Matthias Schwarzbacher (Slovakia) 0:03:51
31Patrik Cerný (Czech Republic) 0:03:52
32Simone Vari (Italy) 0:04:00
33Ben Askey (Great Britain) 0:04:01
34Livio Stefani (Switzerland)
35Jari Prins (Netherlands) 0:04:20
36Corentin Lequet (France) 0:04:25
37Alvin Dahl (Sweden) 0:04:30
38Paul Greijus (Sweden) 0:04:34
39Lukasz Juszczak (Poland) 0:04:36
40Maximilian Kerl (Czech Republic)
41Niels Ceulemans (Belgium) 0:04:46
42Frederik Lykke (Denmark) 0:04:52
43Jakub Kuba (Czech Republic) 0:04:59
44Raul Mira Bonastre (Spain) 0:05:11
45Fynn Termin (Germany) 0:05:16
46Lauri Tamm (Estonia) 0:05:19
47Callum Laborde (Great Britain) 0:05:45
48Oskar Küüt (Estonia)
49Elian Paccagnella (Italy) 0:05:53
50Jonathan Malte Rottmann (Germany) 0:06:09
51Ville Merlov (Sweden) 0:06:15
52Christian Haas (Slovakia) 0:06:24
53Ricardo Martin Buba Sopko (Spain) 0:06:55
54Alexandre Binggeli (Switzerland) 0:08:27
55Pablo Calvo Rios (Spain)
56PrA' Ettore (Italy)
57Ivan Gomar Millet (Spain)
58Kacper Krupa (Poland)
59Ksawier Garnek (Poland)
60Franciszek Kocur (Poland)
61Markus Mäeuibo (Estonia)
62Virgo Mitt (Estonia)
63Miguel Gonzalez Diaz (Spain)
DNFGuillaume Bagou (France)
DNFVáclav Ježek (Czech Republic)

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