LINING UP IN ROUND FOUR:
Getting things kicked-off for the men will be:
Yaris Dell Omo (ITA) V Simon Joosten (BAR)
Jan Marcos Riveras (DR) V Reece Myerscough (CAN)
Kiko Roig (ESP) V Pedro Matos (BRA)
Francesco Capuzzo (ITA) V Anderson Reboucas (BRA)
From there, four of those riders will make up two heats in round five before the double elimination ladder collapses to become a single line of heats with riders then going up against the highest ranked riders from the single elimination, starting with Mitu Monteiro. The winner of that will then face Camille Delannoy, then James Carew and, finally, Airton Cozzolino, who as the single elimination winner is already waiting in the final… and must be beaten twice.
First possible start for today is scheduled for 10.30am local Prea time (GMT -3) with race officer Olaf van Tol lining up a heat order that will see the men’s and women’s double elimination take turns for roughly three-and-a-half hours, by which time, all being well, we should have our final event champions of the year… and crucially, the final 2019 season podium positions decided!
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