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European national ‘cross championships

European countries held their national cyclo-cross championships on Sunday. Two-time world champion Mario De Clerq headed up the list of newly crowned national champions, edging reigning world champ, Erwin Vervecken in Coxyde, Belgium. Americans Tim Johnson, Marc Gullickson and Jonathan Page were given permission to compete in the Swiss national championship event, but pulled out on the final lap so as not to interfere with the outcome of the race. SwitzerlandMen Thomas Frischknecht.ItalyMen 1. Daniele Pontoni 1:02:27; 2. Valeriano Vandelli, at 1:O6; 3. Luca Bramati, at 1:23. Women1.

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By VeloNews Interactive

European countries held their national cyclo-cross championships on Sunday. Two-time world champion Mario De Clerq headed up the list of newly crowned national champions, edging reigning world champ, Erwin Vervecken in Coxyde, Belgium.

Americans Tim Johnson, Marc Gullickson and Jonathan Page were given permission to compete in the Swiss national championship event, but pulled out on the final lap so as not to interfere with the outcome of the race. Switzerland
Men
Thomas Frischknecht.Italy
Men
1. Daniele Pontoni 1:02:27; 2. Valeriano Vandelli, at 1:O6; 3. Luca Bramati, at 1:23.
Women1. Maria Paola Turcuttothe Netherlands
Men
1. Gerben De Knegt, 1:04:38; 2. Richard Groenendaal, at 0:33; 3. Wim De Vos, at 2:27.
Women1. Daphny van den Brand; 2. Corine Dorland; 3. Debby Mansveld.Germany
Men
1. Jens Schwedler, 1;03:12; 2. Tobias Nestle, at 0:13; 3. Jens Reuker, at 1:12.
Women 1. Hanka Kupfernagel, 36:52; 2. Birgit Hollmann, at 1:51.Spain
1. David Seco, 1:01:26; 2. Juan Carlos Garro, at 0:46; 3. Israel Nunez, at 1:32. Luxembourg
1. Gusti Bautsch; 2. Bart Briedl; 3. Christophe Poos.
Belgium
1. Mario De Clercq, 1:00:45; 2. Erwin Vervecken; 3. Sven Vanthourenhout, both s.t.Slovakia
1. Robert Glajza, 59:05; 2. Vaclav Metlicka , at 0:17; 3. Pavol Medved, at 7:43.Denmark
1. Kim Petersen, at 1:07:41; 2. Tommy Nielsen, at 0:33; 3. Thomas Bonne, at 2:23.Czech Republic
1. Jiri Pospisil, 1:03:25; 2. Martin Bina, at 0:15; 3. Kamil Ausbuher, at 0:26.