Heßmann 5th in the U-23 time test
From a German viewpoint, Michel Hermann drove to an excellent fifth location in the U-23 time trial of the road bike globe championships in Wollongong Australian. After 28.8 kilometers, the 21-year-old was missing 15 seconds to the bronze medal, which the Briton Leo Halter protected.
It was better today than last year, but once more than often as so frequently. I might have had also little guts at the beginning, I lost time.
Already on Sunday, the title hosted likely to Norway, which was entirely unexpected.
The Norwegian Sore Wärenskjold won the Globe Mug title, who was 39 secs much faster than Hermann. Silver went to the Belgian Alec Segment. The 2nd German starter Hannes Wilson drove to 20th place with a space of 2:14 minutes.
U-23, private time trial
Wollongong-Wollongong (28.80 kilometers):
1. Sore Waerenskjold (Norway) 34: 13.40 min.; 2. Alec Segment (Belgium) +16.34 secs; 3. Leo Halter (Great Britain) +24.16; 4. Logan Carrie (New Zealand) +33.03; 5. Michel Hessian (Anna) +39.03; 6. Carl-Frederik Before (Denmark) +39.39; 7. Swirl Le Hootsuite (France) +50.77; 8. Raul Garcia Tierney (Spain) +1: 02.20 min.; 9. Mathias Jacek (Czech Republic) +1: 03.40; 10. Lorenzo Miles (Italy) +1: 04.53;… 20. Hannes Wilson (Cottbus) +2: 14.35
The Norwegian Sore Wärenskjold won the World Cup title, who was 39 secs faster than Hermann. The 2nd German starter Hannes Wilson drove to 20th location with a void of 2:14 minutes.
I might have had also little nerve at the beginning, I lost time. Alec Segment (Belgium) +16.34 secs; 3.