Six Days of Copenhagen

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Six Days of Copenhagen
Race details
Region Copenhagen, Denmark
Discipline Track
Type Six-day racing
Web site www.6dageslob.dk OOjs UI icon edit-ltr-progressive.svg
History
First edition1934 (1934)
Editions56 (as of 2018)

The Six Days of Copenhagen is a six-day track cycling race held annually in Copenhagen, Denmark. The event was first held in 1934. [1] The event is held at the Ballerup Super Arena since it was opened in 2001.

Six-day racing track cycling event that competes over six days

Six-day cycling is a track cycling event that competes over six days. Six-day races started in Britain, spread to many regions of the world, were brought to their modern style in the United States and are now mainly a European event. Initially, individuals competed alone, the winner being the individual who completed the most laps. However, the format was changed to allow teams, one rider racing while the other rested. The 24-hours a day regime has also been relaxed, so that most six-day races involve six nights of racing, typically from 6pm to 2am, on indoor tracks (velodromes). Six-day events are annually hosted in London, Berlin, Copenhagen, Hong Kong, Manchester, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Copenhagen Capital of Denmark

Copenhagen is the capital and most populous city of Denmark. As of July 2018, the city has a population of 777,218. It forms the core of the wider urban area of Copenhagen and the Copenhagen metropolitan area. Copenhagen is situated on the eastern coast of the island of Zealand; another small portion of the city is located on Amager, and it is separated from Malmö, Sweden, by the strait of Øresund. The Øresund Bridge connects the two cities by rail and road.

Denmark Constitutional monarchy in Europe

Denmark, officially the Kingdom of Denmark, is a Nordic country. Denmark proper, which is the southernmost of the Scandinavian countries, consists of a peninsula, Jutland, and an archipelago of 443 named islands, with the largest being Zealand, Funen and the North Jutlandic Island. The islands are characterised by flat, arable land and sandy coasts, low elevation and a temperate climate. The southernmost of the Scandinavian nations, Denmark lies southwest of Sweden and south of Norway, and is bordered to the south by Germany. The Kingdom of Denmark also includes two autonomous territories in the North Atlantic Ocean: the Faroe Islands and Greenland. Denmark has a total area of 42,924 km2 (16,573 sq mi), land area of 42,394 km2 (16,368 sq mi), and the total area including Greenland and the Faroe Islands is 2,210,579 km2 (853,509 sq mi), and a population of 5.8 million.

Winners

YearWinnersSecondThird
1934 (1)Flag of the German Empire.svg  Willy Funda  (GER)
Flag of the German Empire.svg  Hans Pützfeld  (GER)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Willy Hansen  (DEN)
Flag of the German Empire.svg  Willy Rieger  (GER)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Albert Billiet  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  René Martin  (BEL)
1934 (2)Flag of Denmark.svg  Willy Hansen  (DEN)
Flag of the German Empire.svg  Viktor Rausch  (GER)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Adolphe Charlier  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Mogens Danholt  (DEN)
Flag of the German Empire.svg  Willy Funda  (GER)
Flag of the German Empire.svg  Hans Pützfeld  (GER)
1935Not raced
1936 (1)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Albert Billiet  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Werner Grundahl Hansen  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Adolphe Charlier  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Roger Deneef  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Willy Hansen  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Cor Wals  (NED)
1936 (2)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jan Pijnenburg  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Frans Slaats  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Albert Billiet  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kamiel Dekuysscher  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Werner Grundahl Hansen  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Cor Wals  (NED)
1937Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Kees Pellenaars  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Frans Slaats  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Albert Billiet  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Albert Buysse  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Louis van Schijndel  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Frans van den Broeck  (NED)
1938Not raced
1939Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Karel Kaers  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Omer De Bruycker  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Werner Grundahl Hansen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Bjorn Stieler  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Kees Pellenaars  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Frans Slaats  (NED)
1940-50Not raced
1951Flag of Denmark.svg  Kay Werner Nielsen  (DEN)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Oscar Plattner  (SUI)
Flag of France.svg  Alvaro Giorgetti  (FRA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Ove-Claus Hansen  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Emile Gosselin  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Evan Klamer  (DEN)
1952Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Lucien Gillen  (LUX)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kay Werner Nielsen  (DEN)
Flag of France.svg  Alvaro Giorgetti  (FRA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Ib Laursen  (DEN)
Flag of France.svg  Marcel Bareth  (FRA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Otto Olsen  (DEN)
1953Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Lucien Gillen  (LUX)
Flag of Italy.svg  Ferdinando Terruzzi  (ITA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Evan Klamer  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kay Werner Nielsen  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Lucien Acou  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Achiel Bruneel  (BEL)
1954Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Lucien Gillen  (LUX)
Flag of Italy.svg  Ferdinando Terruzzi  (ITA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Evan Klamer  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kay Werner Nielsen  (DEN)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Sid Patterson  (AUS)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Alfred Strom  (AUS)
1955Flag of Denmark.svg  Evan Klamer  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kay Werner Nielsen  (DEN)
Flag of France.svg  Dominique Forlini  (FRA)
Flag of France.svg  Georges Senfftleben  (FRA)
Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Lucien Gillen  (LUX)
Flag of Italy.svg  Ferdinando Terruzzi  (ITA)
1956 (1)Flag of France.svg  Dominique Forlini  (FRA)
Flag of France.svg  Georges Senfftleben  (FRA)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerrit Peters  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerrit Schulte  (NED)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Evan Klamer  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kay Werner Nielsen  (DEN)
1956 (2)Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Lucien Gillen  (LUX)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerrit Schulte  (NED)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Reginald Arnold  (AUS)
Flag of Italy.svg  Ferdinando Terruzzi  (ITA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Evan Klamer  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kay Werner Nielsen  (DEN)
1957Flag of Switzerland.svg  Fritz Pfenninger  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Jean Roth  (SUI)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Reginald Arnold  (AUS)
Flag of Italy.svg  Ferdinando Terruzzi  (ITA)
Flag of Luxembourg.svg  Lucien Gillen  (LUX)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kay Werner Nielsen  (DEN)
1958Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Emile Severeyns  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Rik Van Steenbergen  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Palle Lykke Jensen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kay Werner Nielsen  (DEN)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Fritz Pfenninger  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Jean Roth  (SUI)
1959Flag of Denmark.svg  Palle Lykke Jensen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kay Werner Nielsen  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Emile Severeyns  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Rik Van Steenbergen  (BEL)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Reginald Arnold  (AUS)
Flag of Italy.svg  Ferdinando Terruzzi  (ITA)
1960Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Emile Severeyns  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Rik Van Steenbergen  (BEL)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Walter Bucher  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Fritz Pfenninger  (SUI)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Palle Lykke Jensen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kay Werner Nielsen  (DEN)
1961-75Not raced
1976Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Graeme Gilmore  (AUS)
Flag of Germany.svg  Dieter Kemper  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Wilfried Peffgen  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Günther Haritz  (FRG)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
1977Flag of Denmark.svg  Ole Ritter  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Wilfried Peffgen  (FRG)
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Roman Hermann  (LIE)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
1978Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Donald Allan  (AUS)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Germany.svg  Wilfried Peffgen  (FRG)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Ole Ritter  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Gert Frank  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
1979Flag of Denmark.svg  Gert Frank  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Donald Allan  (AUS)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kim Gunnar Svendsen  (DEN)
1980Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Kim Gunnar Svendsen  (DEN)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Roman Hermann  (LIE)
Flag of Germany.svg  Horst Schütz  (FRG)
1981Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Gert Frank  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Hans-Henrik Ørsted  (DEN)
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Roman Hermann  (LIE)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
1982Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Dietrich Thurau  (FRG)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Gert Frank  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Hans-Henrik Ørsted  (DEN)
1983Flag of Denmark.svg  Gert Frank  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Hans-Henrik Ørsted  (DEN)
Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
1984Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Dietrich Thurau  (FRG)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Gert Frank  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Hans-Henrik Ørsted  (DEN)
Flag of Germany.svg  Josef Kristen  (FRG)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
1985Flag of Denmark.svg  Gert Frank  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Hans-Henrik Ørsted  (DEN)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Josef Kristen  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Henry Rinklin  (FRG)
1986Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Tony Doyle  (GBR)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Gert Frank  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Roman Hermann  (LIE)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Hans-Henrik Ørsted  (DEN)
1987Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Tony Doyle  (GBR)
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Roman Hermann  (LIE)
Flag of Germany.svg  Josef Kristen  (FRG)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jørgen Vagn Pedersen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jesper Worre  (DEN)
1988Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Roman Hermann  (LIE)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Hans-Henrik Ørsted  (DEN)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Tony Doyle  (GBR)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jørgen Vagn Pedersen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jesper Worre  (DEN)
1989 (1)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Urs Freuler  (SUI)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Tony Doyle  (GBR)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Marcussen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Dan Frost  (DEN)
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Roman Hermann  (LIE)
1989 (2)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jens Veggerby  (DEN)
Flag of Germany.svg  Volker Diehl  (GER)
Flag of Germany.svg  Roland Günther  (GER)
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Sigmund Hermann  (LIE)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Marcussen  (DEN)
1990Not raced
1991Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jens Veggerby  (DEN)
Flag of Italy.svg  Pierangelo Bincoletto  (ITA)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Holenweger  (SUI)
Flag of Italy.svg  Adriano Baffi  (ITA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Rolf Sørensen  (DEN)
1992Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Urs Freuler  (SUI)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Etienne De Wilde  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Constant Tourné  (BEL)
Flag of Italy.svg  Pierangelo Bincoletto  (ITA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jens Veggerby  (DEN)
1993Flag of Denmark.svg  Rolf Sørensen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jens Veggerby  (DEN)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Tony Doyle  (GBR)
Flag of Italy.svg  Pierangelo Bincoletto  (ITA)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Etienne De Wilde  (BEL)
1994Flag of Switzerland.svg  Kurt Betschart  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jens Veggerby  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Etienne De Wilde  (BEL)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Urs Freuler  (SUI)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Bjarne Riis  (DEN)
1995Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jimmi Madsen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Rolf Sørensen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jens Veggerby  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Etienne De Wilde  (BEL)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Urs Freuler  (SUI)
1996Flag of Switzerland.svg  Kurt Betschart  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
Flag of Italy.svg  Silvio Martinello  (ITA)
Flag of Italy.svg  Marco Villa  (ITA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jimmi Madsen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jens Veggerby  (DEN)
1997Flag of Denmark.svg  Jimmi Madsen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jens Veggerby  (DEN)
Flag of Italy.svg  Silvio Martinello  (ITA)
Flag of Italy.svg  Marco Villa  (ITA)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Matthew Gilmore  (BEL)
1998Flag of Italy.svg  Silvio Martinello  (ITA)
Flag of Italy.svg  Marco Villa  (ITA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jimmi Madsen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jens Veggerby  (DEN)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Kurt Betschart  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
1999Flag of Denmark.svg  Tayeb Braikia  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jimmi Madsen  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Etienne De Wilde  (BEL)
Flag of Germany.svg  Andreas Kappes  (GER)
Flag of Italy.svg  Silvio Martinello  (ITA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jesper Skibby  (DEN)
2000-01Not raced
2002Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Matthew Gilmore  (BEL)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Scott McGrory  (AUS)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jimmi Madsen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Sandstød  (DEN)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Kurt Betschart  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
2003-04Not raced
2005Flag of Denmark.svg  Jimmi Madsen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jakob Piil  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Robert Slippens  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Matthew Gilmore  (BEL)
Flag of Italy.svg  Marco Villa  (ITA)
2006Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Robert Slippens  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Kurt Betschart  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Franco Marvulli  (SUI)
Flag of Italy.svg  Giovanni Lombardi  (ITA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jimmi Madsen  (DEN)
2007Flag of Switzerland.svg  Franco Marvulli  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jakob Piil  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Schep  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
2008Flag of Switzerland.svg  Franco Marvulli  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Iljo Keisse  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
2009Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Schep  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Franco Marvulli  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
2010Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
Flag of Germany.svg  Robert Bartko  (GER)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Iljo Keisse  (BEL)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Franco Marvulli  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
2011Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Marc Hester  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jens-Erik Madsen  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Léon van Bon  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
2012Flag of Denmark.svg  Marc Hester  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Iljo Keisse  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
Flag of Germany.svg  Robert Bartko  (GER)
Flag of Germany.svg  Leif Lampater  (GER)
2013Flag of Denmark.svg  Lasse Norman Hansen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Germany.svg  Leif Lampater  (GER)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Luke Roberts  (AUS)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Franco Marvulli  (SUI)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jesper Mørkøv  (DEN)
2014Flag of Germany.svg  Robert Bartko  (GER)
Flag of Germany.svg  Marcel Kalz  (GER)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Marc Hester  (DEN)
Flag of Germany.svg  Leif Lampater  (GER)
2015Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
Flag of Germany.svg  Christian Grasmann  (GER)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jesper Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Germany.svg  Leif Lampater  (GER)
Flag of Germany.svg  Marcel Kalz  (GER)
2016Flag of Denmark.svg  Jesper Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kenny De Ketele  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Moreno De Pauw  (BEL)
Flag of Austria.svg  Andreas Graf  (AUT)
Flag of Austria.svg  Andreas Müller  (AUT)
2017Flag of Denmark.svg  Lasse Norman Hansen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kenny De Ketele  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Moreno De Pauw  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Yoeri Havik  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Wim Stroetinga  (NED)
2018Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kenny De Ketele  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Moreno De Pauw  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Yoeri Havik  (NED)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Marc Hester  (DEN)
Flag of Germany.svg  Leif Lampater  (GER)
2019Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kenny De Ketele  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Moreno De Pauw  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Oliver Wulff  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Matias Malmberg  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Yoeri Havik  (NLD)

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The Six Day Series or Six Day Cycling Series is an annual series of track cycling events run by Madison Sports Group featuring world class cyclists. The series, organised for the first time in the 2016–17 season, was formed to develop an elite-level competition series around the globe and combines track cycling with a party atmosphere. The aim was to rejuvenate the once flagging format and provide enticing rewards for cyclists during the road cycling off season.

BLAST Pro Series is an international live Counter-Strike:Global Offensive tournament. The tournament brings together six of the best teams in the world on a fast 2-day tournament. The event has rotating locations has it happens in different cities from the different continents. The Danish e-sports organisation, RFRSH Entertainment, created the tournament in 2017.

The 2019 Danish Darts Open was the eighth of thirteen PDC European Tour events on the 2019 PDC Pro Tour. The tournament took place at Brøndbyhallen, Copenhagen, Denmark, from 14–16 June 2019. It featured a field of 48 players and £140,000 in prize money, with £25,000 going to the winner.

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