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Medal chances in Aachen - a comparison to Herning, Madrid and Windsor

Thursday, 20 August 2015
European Championships Aachen 2015

Bosty and Castle Forbes Myrtille Paulois.
WoSJ has had some fun comparing the standings in Aachen after the first day with those in Herning, Madrid and Windsor. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

Looking at who ended up where after the first speed leg at the 2013, 2011 and 2009 Europeans in Herning, Madrid and Windsor - these are our medal candidates here in Aachen:

Herning 2013:

Gold medalist Roger Yves Bost was third after the first day, which equals Joe Clee’s position here in Aachen.

Silver medalist Ben Maher was first after the first day, which equals Penelope Leprevost’s position here in Aachen.

Bronze medalist Scott Brash was number 14 after the first day, which equals Eduardo Alvarez Aznar’s position here in Aachen.

Madrid 2011:

Gold medalist Rolf-Göran Bengtsson was number 12 after the first day, which equals Cassio Rivetti’s position here in Aachen.

Silver medalist Carsten Otto Nagel was fourth after the first day, which equals Gregory Wathelet's position here in Aachen.

Bronze medalist Nick Skelton was eight after the first day, which equals Christian Ahlmann's position here in Aachen.

Windsor 2009:

Gold medalist Kevin Staut was 10th after the first day, which equals Maikel van der Vleuten’s position here in Aachen.

Silver medalist Carsten Otto Nagel was 13th after the first day, which equals Katharina Offel's position here in Aachen.

Bronze medalist Albert Zoer was number 23 after the first day, which equals Sören Pedersen's position here in Aachen.

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