The Israeli track cycling team, this evening (Wednesday), opened its performance at the European Senior Championships, this time held in Grenchen, Switzerland, in the first criterium competition on the way to the Olympic Games in Paris 2024.
Rotem Tana, ranked 3rd in the world in the elimination race, was the first to get on the track in this event, when he started well and tried to stay in the lead but in the end he finished the track in 13th place overall, when the gold medal was won by the German Tim Torn Tuitenberg.
In the coming days, Tana will continue his participation in the championship, when he will compete in the Madison doubles race, alongside Vlad Loginov, who will also compete in the scratch race.
Alon Yogev completes the composition of the endurance team and represented Israel in the points race, a race in which he finished 12th in the last World Championship.
In the sprint disciplines, Michael Yaakovlev will make his debut for Israel at the European Championships, and will participate in the sprint and keirin disciplines on his way to achieving the Olympic criterion.
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