Who is ending junior years and who we’ll meet next year?

04.10.17
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 This year U-21 World Championship are finished already. Unfortunately, some riders we saw on the track this year, finished junior years. However, more than a half of participants still have chances to fight for title next year.

 In next year U-21 WCH, we won’t see riders born in 1996. They are:

Max Fricke (Australia) – gold (2016) and bronze (2017) medalist in U-21 World Championship.

Kacper Woryna (Poland) – 4th rider of this year U-21 World Championship.

Brady Kurtz (Australia) – two-times participant of U-21 WCH. In 2015 he was clasificated on 8th position. This year he was 5th.

Jack Holder (Australia) – 6th junior in the world this year. In 2016 he lost bronze in extra race against Robert Lambert.

Dimitri Berge (France) – U-21 WCH participant in 2016 and 2017. Classificated on 6th and 8th place.

Jevgenijs Kostygovs (Latvia) – one of the best young riders from Latvia. He was a surprise in Poznań, where he finished 3rd.

Eduard Krcmar (Czechia) – U-21 WCH participant in 2016 and 2017. In both years, classificated on 11th position. In 2015, he started as a wild card in Pardubice.

8 other riders, who started in U-21 WCH 2017, still have chance to take the title next season, if they’ll pass elimination rounds. They are:

Maksym Drabik (Poland) – born in 1998 – 2017 World Champion. „Torres” has 2 more years in U-21, by what he can be the most titled junior.

Bartosz Smektała (Poland) – born in 1998 – 2017 silver medalist. Last year, he was classificated on 13th place.

Robert Lambert (Great Britain) – born in 1998 – Individual U-21 European Champion and bronze U-21 WCH medalist (2016).

Andreas Lyager (Denmark) – born in 1997 – the best Dane in U-21 WCH 2017.

Dominik Kubera (Poland) – born in 1999 – U-21 Polish championship silver medalist.

Patrick Hansen (Denmark) – born in 1998 – two times U-21 WCH participant, 6th in 2016.

Alexander Woentin (Sweden) – born in 2000 – the youngest participant in U-21 WCH 2017.

Lukas Fienhage (Germany) – born in 1999 – one of the best young German riders.

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