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Sjinkie Knegt (l.) and Itzhak de Laat lead in the quarterfinals of the 1500 meters during the World Cup short track in Dordrecht.

Sjinkie Knegt (l.) and Itzhak de Laat lead in the quarterfinals of the 1500 meters during the World Cup short track in Dordrecht.

DORDRECHT – It was alarm phase one at the 1500 meters with the Orange short trackers and initially no appeal was made to Sjinkie Knegt. The 32-year-old Frisian was put on the penalty bench by national coach Jeroen Otter after his disaster week in Hungary. Knegt was not allowed to start at any individual distance in Dordrecht, until Sven Roes injured his ankle during training. De Schicht from Bantega then seized his chance under high voltage. “There were no mistakes to be made.”

Sjinkie Knegt stronger after the penalty bench: ‘I was frustrated’ | To skate
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