clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

I was in Hoogerheide, and I had a camera with me

New, comments

To be clear: Balint is definitely definitely the photographer of the Cyclephotos book duo. But I do own a camera, and sometimes when I press the shutter button it does what I want. And sometimes I get lucky. So... pictures!

I didn't mean to frame the picture this way, but I like it.
I didn't mean to frame the picture this way, but I like it.
gs

I went to the race on Sunday, so I've got pictures of the U23 and the elite men.

First the kids. Wout Van Aert won.

12412776885_183eecd720_z_medium

Another Belgie - Michael Vanthourenhout - was second, and a Dutchie - Mathieu van der Poel - was third. Oddly enough at the world championships in the Netherlands, with a Dutchman as the huge favourite for the U23 title and a Dutchman as one of the favourites for the elite title, they didn't seem to have a Dutch flag ready.

12412824145_5685f92f65_medium

At the podium ceremony, the not-winners had to fight their way through the crowds to make it back to their campers. Very pro.

12412831285_2f0923b9fe_medium

12413311824_054dcc70be_medium

Then: the elite men. Stybs wore his new OPQS kit for training. I like it.

12412934823_8e67dcbbbc_medium

Master at work.

12413257144_cd40d9a147_medium

Sven definitely got the most cheers. Second most favourite: Larske.

12413280294_7c7cfab575_medium

Third: Alexander Revell. Yes, the Moustache. Even though he didn't make it all the way to the end of the race.

12412936433_83c795060d_medium

Mourey is a staaaaaaaaar.

12412941263_f5e20842fe_medium

Italian painface.

12412959633_6c23698212_medium