Hessmann becomes eighth at WM time trial of the U 23

Lucas Plapp (born 25 December 2000) is an Australian road and also track cyclist, that presently flights for Australian team Educate TM Understanding Make. He will certainly sign up with UCI WorldTeam Ineos Grenadiers for the 2022 period.

At the 30.3-kilometer course of Knokke-Heist to Bruges, the 20-year-old Hessmann missed on Monday 37 seconds on a medal. The second German starter Maurice Ballerstedt took the 28th place.

Gold secured the Danish potavail Johan Price-Pejetersen in front of the Australian Lucas Plapp and the Belgian Florian Vermeersch. In the previous year, the race in the Italian imola had not been held, as the World Cup program had been crucibled on four professional competitions.

U 23, single time trial: Knokke-Heist – Bruges (30.30 km):

1. Johan Price Pejetersen (Denmark) 34: 29.75 min.; 2. Lucas Plapp (Australia) +10,24 sec; 3. Florian Vermeersch (Belgium) +11,39; 4. Soren Waerenskjold (Norway) +13,42; 5. Mick Van Dijke (Netherlands) +24.41; 6. Daan Hoole (Netherlands) +39,91; 7. Ethan Vernon (Great Britain) +43,78; 8. Michel Hessmann (Unna) +48,29; 9. Filippo Baroncini (Italy) +57.85; 10. Magnus Sheffield (USA) +58,95; … 28. Maurice Ballerstedt (Berlin) +1: 50.71 min.