Eli Iserbyt shows himself master in the smooth WB crossover in Waterloo | cyclocross world cup 2021

Eli Iserbyt shows himself master in the smooth WB crossover in Waterloo |  cyclocross world cup 2021

Eli Esserbit brought his fine form to the United States. The European champion was on top of the Belgian podium at Waterloo, putting Michael Fanthornhout and Quentin Hermanns into second and third places.

Men’s WB Report at Waterloo

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.

Crossing moment: Isrbet shakes Fanthornhout in round six

Iserbyt is no longer in trouble with the lock and WB won at Waterloo

Thibau Nys rests steadily on a soft patch of asphalt, along with plenty of other riders

Eserbet: ‘I was not allowed to panic after serial problems’

  • Elie Esserbit (First): “I had chain problems on the first lap, but I didn’t know how to panic. I saw the crash and knew it was going to be slippery. The rain had just turned to ice. Michael Fanthornhout was also riding really hard, but Quinten Hermans was getting close and I wanted to increase speed and hold on.” Till the end.
  • Michael Fanthornhout (Second): “I soon felt it was too hard to ride alone. Elle (Eserbet) came to me, but he was driving too fast. Waited a few laps, but Quentin[Hermans]got close and I had no choice but to let him drive.” After that I found my rhythm and was able to hold the second position.”
  • Quentin Hermans (Third): “Whether I was happy with my third place after that fall? Yes, or not? I got into that corner really fast, but it was the first time I ever felt a slip. I fell head over heels after that. I also had some problems with my bike. It was Ellie.” (Eserbitt) has flown, but Michael (Fanthornhout) may still be within range.”

Feedback after WB at Waterloo among men

  1. 10 p.m. Results: Isrbet, Vanthornhout, Hermanns, Van der Haar, Vandepute, Aertes, Paystein, Camp, Adams, Van Kessel. & nbsp; .
  2. 10 p.m. 10. Iserbyt is no longer in trouble in the slot and WB won at Waterloo.

    Iserbyt is no longer in trouble with the lock and WB won at Waterloo

  3. 22 Hour 09. Finish! The jackpot is dedicated to Eli Eserbet, who translated his bright eyes into his first World Cup victory from the start. Michael Vanthourenhout keeps Quinten Hermans away: The stage is ready. & nbsp; .
  4. 10 05. It stopped falling, but the rain affected the story. Iserbyt out of the ratings, Hermans is still biting his teeth on Vanthourenhout. & nbsp; .
  5. 22 hours 03. At the rear, Aerts is working on a Raymont. He finished fifth, albeit not less than 1’41”. The differences are big, but in the World Cup, of course, points and positions matter.
  6. 10 pm 01. End of the eighth round. Eserbet hears the bell. The last round starts over an hour later. Platform customer accumulation: Vanthourenhout at 27″, Hermans at 33″. .
  7. 22 hours. Vanthourenhout seemed to have fallen into the clutches of Hermans for a long time, but you can set a standard between the two. The difference is the status quo. & nbsp; .
  8. 9 pm 58. Due to the rain, the fast pace for women is not possible. This means that by scoring 9 laps we will go over an hour. & nbsp; .
  9. 9 pm 56. We list the positions again: Iserbyt, Vanthourenhout, Hermans, Van der Haar, Adams, Aerts, Van Kessel, Kamp, Baestaens, Vandeputte. & nbsp; .
  10. 9 pm 53. End of the seventh round. The tug of the woman’s cross has long faded, but the second place has not yet been determined. Vanthourenhout still puts Hermans at 5sec. Iserbyt is out of range. & nbsp; .
  11. 9:52 p.m. For the Baloise Trek Lions, it will be a normal day for them to race their home ground. Lars van der Haar is ranked fourth and Ton Aerts is in eighth and Thibault Ness has been hospitalized. .
  12. 21:00. 51. Iserbyt wants a margin of safety as quickly as possible. He increased his bonus to 25 seconds. Hermanns has not fully acquired Vanthourenhout. & nbsp; .
  13. 9:49 p.m. Eli Iserbyt is – all things considered – the best man in racing and control. . Michelle Yates (Play Sports).
  14. 21 h 48. Hermans is almost pecking at the back of Vanthourenhout. Had it not been for this fall, Hermann could have turned it into an exciting cross. & nbsp; .
  15. 9 pm 46.
  16. 9 pm 46. End of the sixth round. Iserbyt started out on his own skinny and now there’s nothing to stop him. Vanthourenhout clocks in 12 seconds, Hermans chases at 21 seconds. .
  17. 9 p.m. 44. Meter by meter, Esprit crawls away. He seemed very confident before the start and knows exactly what he’s doing. & nbsp; .
  18. 9 p.m. 43. I think the decision has been made. . Michelle Yates (Play Sports).
  19. 21 hours 42. Iserbyt ablaze on every slope, Vanthourenhout tries to compensate with his style of descent. Team members challenge each other. The difference is barely 3 seconds. & nbsp; .
  20. 9:40 p.m. Esserbitt doesn’t trust work and looks less and less. Vanthourenhout should leave a few lengths. & nbsp; .
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