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March 23/10 16:39 pm - Tour de la Releve Internationale de Rimouski


Posted by Editoress on 03/23/10
 

Tour de la relève internationale de Rimouski

A 4 day 6 stage race from July 15th to 18th 2010, for Cadet men and women (15-16 years old), Junior women (17-18 years old). Held under a North-American sanction in Quebec.

Stages :
1st stage : Road race
2nd stage : Team time trial
3rd stage : Road race
4th stage : Road circuit
5th stage : Individual time trial
6th stage : Criterium

Challenges :
Leader for men and women
Best sprinter
Best climber
Best male team
Best female team
Best fighting spirit

Team composition will be four rider teams

• 4 men (cadet)
• 4 women (cadet and/or junior)

A club is allowed to register more than one team of 4 racers.

For racers who don’t have a team of 4 racers, the organisation can pair them up to create a full team.

In the case of composite team, it is mandatory to get a written authorization of the president of your cycling club.

All the mixed teams (men and women) will be part of men ranking.

Every racer is allowed to wear the jersey of his licensed team. However, it is recommended that every team member should wear the same team jersey during the event.


Every team can have two accompanying adults during the race (coach and
mechanic). Those adults are responsible of their athletes during the whole event.

Download the registration guides (below) for Tour de la relève internationale de Rimouski for much more information including a registration form, fees, stages

English version
French version

For further information on the race or its location, contact the race organisation at :
418-735-0111
e-mail : acreq@live.ca
Web : http://acreq.blogspot.com

Online registration

 


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