'Taking it on the chin and moving on': Marcin Bialoblocki responds to 43-minute 25-mile time trial DQ

Poish rider decides against appeal

Marcin Bialoblocki riding for Poland at the 2015 World Championships

(Image credit: Sunada)

Marcin Bialoblocki says that he will not appeal against the decision which saw him disqualified after breaking the 25-mile time trial record in an event on Sunday.

Bialoblocki clocked a time of 43-oo to knock 1-04 off the previous record, also held by the Pole, but was disqualified after officials decided that he had ridden too far out from the left of the road.

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