Hamburg Diamonds secure on the GCL leadership.

The Hamburg Diamonds clinched victory in Valkenswaard, the 13th leg of the calendar to extend their lead to 12 points against Valkenswaard United. (Photo © Stefano Grasso)


The Hamburg Diamonds were solid to win the 13th leg of the season, placing them in the lead of the Global Champions League.

With a total of 4 fouls in 153.91 seconds, the Team Hamburg Diamonds made up of Belgium’s Jos Verlooy and Dutchman Harrie Smolders, were able to extend their lead by 12 points with a great total of 265 points against Team Valkenswaard United.

The second place in this opportunity was for Team Madrid in Motion, with good results for Leopold van Asten and Maikel van der Vleuten totaled 4 faults in 156.90 seconds and now placing in 12th position of the overall standing.

Third place was for Team Cascais Charms with Carlos Lopez of Colombia and Andreas Kreuzer of Germany more distant with 12 faults in 146.33 seconds, while the five best were completed by Valkenswaard United with 12 fouls and fifth place Team Mexico Amigos with 13 fouls.

With a total of 13 legs, Hamburg Diamonds remain top with 265 points, Valkenswaard United seconds with 257 points, Mexico Amigos third with 218 points, St Tropez Pirates fourth with 214 points and fifth Miami Glory with accumulated of 202.50 points. The group of 18 teams are virtually closed ranks among the top four and with two legs to determine the winner of this new format in the Global Champions League.


Final Results

Overall Standing after 13th legs