Hi I am very Proud of Ernst's efforts. I would love to meet him and explore some performance consulting with him - That's what we do at PX2 South Africa. Regards, Greig
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- Updated: September 11, 2009
Ernst van Dyk took the bronze medal in the men’s individual time trial at the Para-cycling world championships in Bogogno, Italy.
Stellenbosch’s Van Dyk clocked 30min 41.07 seconds for the 19.40 kilometre event.
Winner was American Oscar Sanchez who clocked 29:09.86. The silver medal went to Austrian Elmar Sternath in 30:32.43.
The winner covered the time trial at an average pace of 39.912kph.
Said Van Dyk, 36, after the race: “My third spot was one place better than Beijing where i got fourth so I’m pretty happy with that.”