Crossing moment: Isrbet shakes Fanthornhout in round six
A gift sometimes falls from the sky, as does a poisoned gift.
Initially in Waterloo, the American parachutes opened and the drip caused an extensive adjustment of the first drawing on the second lap.
Quentin Hermans wasn’t able to capitalize on his offensive start after falling on the brown soap, and Tone Aerts and Thibaut Ness also snagged away. Especially since Ness Jr must fear injury (a broken collarbone?).
Due to the turmoil, Eli Iserbet corrects his missed start in no time after a mechanical glitch: he’s left to experience pairing time with teammate Michael Fanthornhout.
On each slope, an aggressive and confident Iserbyt fancied himself on his court, Vanthourenhout used his technique to make up for the descent.
He was panting more and more and in the sixth of nine rounds, spring broke. It was the Iserbyt who unleashed his clever solo master and master at Waterloo.
Vanthourenhout appears to have lost his second position to Hermans, but Rimonté faltered and finished third.
Thibau Nys rests steadily on a soft patch of asphalt, along with plenty of other riders
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