Czech Tomas Kopecky was the first man across the finish line when the juniors started Sunday’s World Cup event in Bogense with their 40-minute race.

With the win Kopecky captured the overall first place in the junior World Cup. He was superior in the last half of the race and ended with a 42-second gap to number two Dutchman Meed Hendrikx.

Overall, the Dutch riders were dominant on the sun-drenched but also windy route along the harbor and the sea in the North Funen coastal town.

Pim Ronhaar was number three and Holland had five riders among the first ten.
Best Danish rider was Ian Millenium, who was number 29.