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The introductory day is dedicated to time trials



The start of the last match at 16:15

The European Cycling Championship starts today in the Netherlands. Time trials are scheduled in all age categories. Slovenians do not have a representative in the elite member competition, and only Eugenia Bujak will drive among the members.

In the members’ competition (28.6 km), Slovenians are not at the start, the test will start at 4:15 p.m. Kristijan Koren, Tilen Finkšt, Aljaž Jarc, Anže Skok, Mihael Štajnar and Jaka Primožič will only compete in Sunday’s road race, which will not include Luka Mezgec and Matevž Govekar.

She will compete in the time trial for women (28.6 km). Eugenia Bujak, the trial will begin at 2:30 p.m. In addition to Bujak, she will also compete in the Saturday road race in Drenthe Spela Kern.

The competition schedule will start at 9:00 a.m. with the junior women’s time trial (19.8 km). Slovenian women will perform Neža Zupanič, Sara Pestotnik and Ema Podberšič. In the continuation of the championship, Eva Potočnik and Dominika Štrukelj will also compete in Sunday’s road race.

At 10.25 a.m. the juniors’ time trial (19.8 km) with three Slovenians, Much to Marolt, Erasmus Valjavec and Anžet Ravbar. Žak Eržen, Jakob Omrzel and Marcel Gladek will also take part in the road race in the Netherlands on Saturday.

Zupanič, Pestotnik and Podberšič, as well as Marolt, Valjavec and Ravbar will also compete in the team time trial (38.4 km) on Thursday.

Even in the competition for younger members (19.8 km), which will start today at 1:05 p.m., there will be no Slovenians, but Boštjan Murn, Gal Glivar, Aljaž Turk and Luka Ziherl will take part in the road test on Friday. She will compete today at 12 noon for the younger members (19.8 km). Nika Bobnar. Along with her, Hana Žumer and Špela Colnar will also start the road test on Friday.

Source: Rtvslo

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