Maurice Eckhard Silver in scratch form that tastes like gold

The third day of the World Cycling Championships yesterday brought just as much joy as the first day of competition. The Spanish Paralympic Pistard Maurice Eckhard caused the surprise in the scratch test in category C2 by winning the silver medal. A metal that tastes like gold, since Eckhard didn’t start with the favorite label. It didn’t matter as he ran the race perfectly. Only Frenchman Florian Chapeau could keep up with him. So Spain has already done this two medals at these World Championships in Glasgow, both silver and on the forest of the velodrome.

The first of these was the one Ricardo Ten that exactly yesterday he came very close to the second metal in his private account. The Valencian posted a great participation in the 1km time trial but saw the last three competitors improve on their provisional best time, relegating him to fourth place. However, Ten left feeling good on a stage that isn’t his big specialty, given a road background that he’s diligently prepared for these World Cups and wants us to enjoy. For his part, also in the 1 km time trial of his category, Alfonso Cabello had to settle for the “Chocolate” medal after losing the podium by just 168 thousandths.

However, it did not stop with the honorary posts. inside In the C3 scratch category, Eduardo Santas took a respectable fourth place after attacking in the final laps of the race. A big credit given that the Spanish pistard has been struggling with health issues in recent days. And in the men’s elite downhill final Angel Suarez He put in one of the best performances in our history (7th) after leading much of the competition. As for the women’s events, Helena Casas did not suffer the same fate, as he failed to qualify for the keirin finals.

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