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slag. The small movement decided everything. Start from the mountain in a crazy struggle with ROW

Crazy Course played a very important match in the context of the struggle for relegation in the eWinner 1st league. In the end, Aforti defeated Start Gniezno ROW Rybnik 45:43.

Matthew Dominsky

Nikolai Klindt (white helmet), Antonio Lindback (red), Christian Peszek (yellow)

WP SportoweFakty / Michał Szmyd / Pictured: Nikolai Klindt (white helmet), Antonio Lindback (red), Christian Peszek (yellow)

It was going to be a great fight, it was going to be a fight for life and it was. Aforti Start players in Gniezno and ROW Rybnik did their best to catch their breath in the fight for maintenance. Since the beginning of the meeting, an incredible amount has happened on the right track.

There were waterfalls, there were disagreements, there were also concrete from Gniezno. The latter, in principle, should not surprise anyone. It was predictable that the inhabitants of Gniezno would consider such an oval.

The assembled spectators witnessed the interesting meeting. There was no shortage of fighting. A lot has happened even in seventh gear and beyond. At that time, Antonio Lindback frantically fought against Andreas Lieger for three points.

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It seemed that the starting opponent would win, but the opponent cut his way in the last meters. The red-and-black actor was boiling with anger. After the race, he kicked the wheel of his opponent’s bike, which the judge classified as unsportsmanlike behaviour.

Ryszard Bryła showed Lindbaeck the red card. This complicated the situation for the locals, because the Swede rode solidly from the very beginning. Although an experienced player was eliminated, Start did not give up the lead until the end of the match.

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Ahead of the races nominated for this amazing spectacle, we had Avforty Start ahead by four points. So, anything else could happen. Emotions were at their peak.

Before the last heat it was 42:40 for the reds and blacks. Therefore, the last version of this competition decided everything. And basically what happened before it. Grzegorz Zengota, for the second time in this match, shivered a little under the bar for which he was disqualified.

This means the victory of the quit. Let’s add that in the intermittent race, the guests immediately moved to double the lead. If they win 5-1, they will win the match.

punctuation marks:

Aforti Start Gniezno – 45 piasters
9. Antonio Lindbeck – 4 + 1 (2 *, 2, w, w)
10. Ernest Koza – 6 + 2 (2,1*, 2,1*, 0)
11. Peter Kildmand – 10 + 2 (3,2*, 3,1*, 1)
12. Shimon Zlauderbach – 9 (1,3,1,2,2)
13. Oscar Pfeiffer – 8 (0,1,3,2,2)
14. Marcel Studzinsky – 4 + 1 (3.1*, 0)
15th. Mikowaj Czabla – 4 (2,0,2)
16. Philip Hellstrom Baeng – ns

ROW Rybnik – 43 piasters.
1. Christian Peszek – 9 + 1 (w,2*,3,1,3)
2. Grzegorz Zengota – 8 + 1 (2 *, 3, w, 3, w)
3. Nikolai Klindt – 3 + 1 (1,1,1*, 0)
4. Patrick Wagdeo – 9 (3,0,2,3,1)
5. Andreas Lieger – 14 (3,3,2,3,3)
6. Paul Trzenevsky – (t, 0,0)
7. Kacper Tkocz – (d, 0,0)
8. Lech Shlipovsky – ns

Running after running:
1. (67.07) Keldemand, Lindbike, Klindt, Beszc (w) – 5:1 – (5:1)
2. (68.52) Studziński, Czapla, Tkocz (d), Trześniewski

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