Posted by Editoress on 06/26/09
The day started sunny and hot but shortly before the racing started, clouds rolled in and the wind picked up. The wind was a gusty headwind on the outbound run.
Defending Champion Anne Samplonious (Lip smacker) ran into a problem on the final cornern when her brakes failed and she missed the turn.
Update on Alex Wrubleski who will not be racing Nationals. According to national coach Vincent Jordain, Wrubleski has been suffering from a medical condition that leaves her fatiqued. She has returned to Calgary where she has been undergoing tests to determine the cause. Wrubleski has received a medical exemption from competing at Nationals (required for Road Worlds selection) . Alex we hope you are well soon!!
Svein Tuft broke the handlebar on his TT bike yesterday but with the help of a local machine shop was able to affect repairs in time for today's race.
Unofficial results from the women's ITT (20 km)
|1 Julie Beveridge (Team TIBCO)||0:29:58.010|
|2 Denise Ramsden (Team Ontario)||at 51.552|
|3 Joelle Numainville (Équipe du Québec)||1:03.970|
|4 Karol-Ann Canuel (Équipe du Québec)||1:07.540|
|5 Gillian Carleton (Total Restoration Cycling)||1:19.744|
|1 Tara Whitten (Velocity Cycling Club)||0:29:29.499|
|2 Anne Samplonious (Lip smacker)||at 45.518|
|3 Laura Brown (Cycling BC)||1:00.966|
|4 Erinne Willock (Webcor Builders Cycling Team)||1:38.120|
|5 Moriah MacGregor (Cycling BC)||1:40.215|
|6 Heather Logan (Team Ontario/Team Colavita, Sutter)||1:40.311|
|7 Véronique Labonté (Cascades-ABC Cycles)||1:46.568|
|8 Marilyn McDonald (Indépendant)||1:56.413|
|9 Cara Gillis (Touchstone Climbing)||2:02.922|
|10 Merrill Collins (La Bicicletta/J Lindeberg)||2:05.770|
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