Best time for women's quartet! Men defend themselves well. We start again from 7.00 pm

Best time for women's quartet!  Men defend themselves well.  We start again from 7.00 pm

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17.13 The afternoon session of the first day of the European Cycling Championships in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, ends here. The races will resume at 7:00pm, and OA Sport will go live a few minutes before the event, so you don't miss a single second of the action! Good evening!

5.10pm Men’s team follow-up results:
1 Denmark DEN 3'49'088 h
2 Great Britain GBR +0.634 BC
3 Italy ITA +3.852 S
4 Germany Germany +5.592 S
5 Belgium Bill +5.854 S
6 France from +7,897 S
7 Switzerland Swiss +12.488 S
8 Spain SPA +14,890 BC
9 Ukraine United Kingdom +18.064

17.07 First place for Denmark, who slowed down significantly at the end and recorded 3'49″088 which gives them the top spot in the world rankings and will challenge Germany to reach the final. Italy, on the other hand, who defended well without Jana, will face Great Britain in the evening.

17.03 Denmark as the last choice to start: Beaufort, Hansen, Madsen and Pedersen.

17.01 Italy is in second place with a time of 3'52'923, 3'218 behind Great Britain. Access to the playoffs for gold is guaranteed, now we need to understand with whom.

5.00pm Second place in the 3000m is confirmed with a time of 2'56'518, one second and eight tenths behind the Brit.

16.59 The second kilometer is a little slower, second place with a time of 1'59'588.

16.58 The Azzurri want to clarify matters immediately, first half after 1000 meters in 1'02″750.

4.57pm But it's Italy's turn with Davide Boscaro, Simone Concone, Francesco Lamon and Jonathan Milan: Go, guys!

16.55 Maluccio France, at 3'56'958! All it takes is one of Italy and Denmark to do better, and that's out of the question for gold! But within Great Britain and Germany.

16.51 France, seventh competitor, with Denis, Budat, Tapillion and Thomas at the start.

16.49 Germany is second with a time of 3'54'680, far behind Great Britain who fielded a quality team.

16.45 The sixth team in the race, Germany, which presents itself on the starting line with Back-Gramkow, Gross, Heinrich, Teutenberg.

4.43pm As expected, the English lead with a time of 3'49'722.

4.39pm Inside Great Britain: Bigham-Hayter-Vernon Wood in the running.

16.37 Belgium with a best time at 3’54”942. Now it's the turn of favorites.

16.33 Now Belgium, with De Vylder, Dens, Polvleet and Vandenbranden, and then we start getting serious about the medal favorites.

16.31 Switzerland leads in 4'01'576. We are approaching the first “wall” at 60 km/h.

16.27 Swiss Moment with Bohlmann, Puglie, Tipner and Thiebaud.

4.25pm ​​Spain takes the lead and lowers the minimum time to 4'03'819.

16.21 Spain departs with Pinsar Rosselló, Garrier and Martorell.

16.19 Ukraine stops the clock at 4:07”119, which is the time scheduled to be reduced. Soon Spain.

4.15pm We start immediately with the men's individual pursuit race against Ukraine. Italy will start in eighth place with a team consisting of Boscaro, Consoni, Lamon and Jonathan Milan.

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16.12 In the end Ireland are in fifth place. Italy will face France today with the goal of reaching the final. Ranking:

1 Italy ITA 4:15.180 S
2 Germany +1,926 BC
3 Great Britain GBR +1.933 BC
4 France from +3,295 h
5 Ireland Earl +8.627 S
6 Poland Pol +12.059 S
7 Belgium Bill +15.045 S
8 Switzerland Swiss +17.006 S
9 Spain ESP +19.736

16.08 Meanwhile they make the Irish quartet repeat the race, which however already has a fairly high time after the first 1000 metres.

16.06 Great Britain collapses in the last kilometer! Their time was 4'17'113, seven thousandths behind second placed Germany!

16.05 The Brits accelerated in second place 1000 meters from the finish line but are still eight tenths behind Italy.

16.04 Great Britain running third overall in the middle of the race with a time of 2'10'370.

16.02 Great Britain start with Parker, Evans, Knight and Morris, but in the meantime the Italians are sure of their excellent position.

16.01 France III! She took the lead midway through the race, but then Alpine lost her advantage and finished in 4'18'475.

15.58 Departure of the trans-alpine mountains of Bertoux, Boras, Cubone and Fortin.

3.55pm Now Paternoster, Balsamo, Fidanza and Gozzini await their rivals: France and Great Britain.

15.54 4:15.180 for the Italians who fly in the lead! Higher time than last year, but enough to start the journey.

3.52pm And here is the blue overtaking in the second kilometre: now it will be unforgiving until the end.

15.50 Italy trails by half a second after the first kilometre, but the Italians usually come back.

3.49pm The Italians started.

3.47pm Now is an important moment: Italy is here. Elisa Balsamo, Martina Fidanza, Vittoria Gozzini, and Letizia Paternoster.

15.45 4:17.085 for Germany, which is clearly ahead but does not make a difference. They should finish fourth, at least on paper.

At 3.39pm it is the turn of Germany, the already medal-winning team.

15.36 The Irish, who were in command after the first two intermediate stages, did not finish the test.

3.33pm Now Ireland, Germany, then Italy.

At 3.30pm the limits start to fall: Poland leads and drops to 4:27.239.

At 3.25pm ​​Spain is far behind with a time of 4:34.888.

15.20 4:32.186 for the Swiss.

15.17 The second team leaves Switzerland.

15.15 The same Italian team competed at both the 2023 European Championships (2nd in a time of 4'14'227) and the 2023 World Championships (5th in a time of 4:14.742). The goal is to get closer to 4'14″.

15.13 4:30.158 time signed by Belgium.

15.09 The Italians will be the seventh to leave, starting with Belgium.

15.07 Marco Vela lines up with Elisa Balsamo, Martina Fidanza, Vittoria Gozzini and Letizia Paternoster. So there is no Chiara Consoni.

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15.06 Now it's time to go after the women's team, with Italy aiming high.

15.02 The Netherlands is in the lead but France is very close: 43.062, a difference of only 4 thousandths. Italy is seventh after this round.

15.00 France is in the lead with a time of 43.066: Greenbow, Hilal and Vigier are close to reaching the 43-inch barrier. Now the Netherlands is a very favorite.

14.58 43.544 for Germany, which came in third place.

Poland 14.56 2nd place in 43.500. For Italy, realistically, it is expected to finish sixth and seventh, thus equal to 2023. However, what is important for the future is progress at the chronometer level.

At 2.52pm, Great Britain also fared better, taking the lead with 43,240. Italy is in third place with four missed hat-tricks.

2.50pm Czech Republic, which beats the Italian trio with 43,568.

14.48 Amazing performance by Matteo Bianchi, Mattia Pedromo and Daniele Napolitano who took the lead and improved even more.

2.46pm Azzurri fly! 43,733! New Italian record!

2.42pm Ukraine in command: 45454. Soon Italy.

14.37 Greece is behind Belgium with 45.688.

2.34pm Italy, which will be the fifth to depart.

2.33 pm First half goals from Belgium: 45,540.

At 2.30pm, Matteo Bianchi, Mattia Pedromo and Daniele Napolitano lined up for the Bel Paes match. The goal is to improve on sixth place in 2023 and perhaps get closer to the Italian record by going under 44.”

2.29pm Now it will be the men's turn and Italy will also take to the track.

2.27pm All teams have qualified for the first round, which will witness the quarter-finals, and it is clear that the confrontations depend on the classification (1st vs. 8th, etc.).

14.26 The World Champions and European Champions dominate: 46,316 for Germany Friedrich, Grabusch and Henz, but Great Britain is very close. It will be a good fight.

14.24 Now, Germany is very favoured.

2.23pm We descend well below the 47' high wall. Great Britain had 46.377 points with Capwell, Finucane and Thomas.

2.20pm Poland is in second place behind the Netherlands with 47,481.

14.17 Netherlands do better: 47,173 Lambrinck, Van de Woo and Van der Peet. Oranges first.

2.14pm It's starting to get serious: 48,171 for France, almost a second better than Belgium. Gross, Kouame and Michaud's trio crosses the Alps.

14.11 Belgium takes the lead: 49,114 Jeanaire, Nicolas and Degrindele who improve Ukraine's time and rise to first place.

14.07 Now it's Belgium's turn.

14.05 The Czech Republic remains behind the Ukrainians: 49.718.

14.03 49.282 The first time of the day was set by the Ukrainian national team.

14.01 The European Championships have officially begun, and the top three, Ukraine, have begun.

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At 1.58pm we start with the women's team sprint. Italy is initially absent Ukraine, Czech Republic, Belgium, France, Netherlands, Poland, Great Britain and Germany.

1.55pm A men's chase that relies on safety Jonathan Millan, Simone Concione and Francisco Lamon, with the new player named Davide Boscaro. Coach Marco Vela relies on Elisa Balsamo, Martina Fidanza, Vittoria Gozzini and Letizia Paternoster in the women's event. As for the Speed ​​team, there is a lot of anticipation awaiting youngsters Matteo Bianchi, Daniele Napolitano and Mattia Predomo.

At 1.50pm the opening day will begin with the sprint team qualifiers, followed by the team pursuit qualifiers. Italy, which wants to play a leading role from the early afternoon, then try to attack the first medals from 7pm.

1.45pm, good morning and welcome to the live transcript of day one of the European Cycling Championships. In Apeldoorn (Netherlands) we immediately get to the heart of the matter with follow-up team tests in which Italy tries to rise from the glories of recent years despite the heavy absences of Filippo Ganna and Manlio Moro. Elia Viviani, who will open 2024 by taking part in the Tour Down Under, will also not be there.

Good morning and welcome Live text broadcast of the first day of the European Cycling Championships. In Apeldoorn (Netherlands) we immediately get to the heart of the matter with follow-up team tests in which Italy tries to rise from the glories of recent years despite the heavy absences of Filippo Ganna and Manlio Moro. Elia Viviani, who will open 2024 by taking part in the Tour Down Under, will also not be there.

The opening day will begin with team sprint qualifying, followed by team pursuit qualifying. Italy, which wants to play a leading role from the early afternoon, then try to attack the first medals from 7pm. Chasing males that relies on safety measures Jonathan Milan, Simone Consoni and Francesco Lamonwith the new call David Buscaro. I CT Marco Vela In the reliable women's test Elisa Balsamo, Martina Fidanza, Vittoria Gozzini, and Letizia Paternoster. As for the speed team, there is great anticipation for the young riders Matteo Bianchi, Daniele Napolitano and Mattia Predomo.

The afternoon session of the first day of the European Track Cycling Championships in Apeldoorn (Netherlands) will start at 2.00pm, and the evening session at 7.00pm. It will be possible to follow the event live on TV on Raisport and Eurosport, and in live streaming on Raiplay, Eurosport.it and DAZN. OA Sport will bring you a live, minute-by-minute scripted broadcast of the event. Have fun and enjoy the blues!

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