Posted by Editor on 09/10/98
Commonwealth Games Report
courtesy Steve Lund
The Canadian Cycling Team arrived in Malaysia this week, unfortunatly a few of the bikes got left in Montreal thanks too an over crowded, overbooked last minute airline (the team mechanic almost didn't make it too) Eric, Cezlaw and Lynne are riding the spare bikes this week, there own should arrive by Friday in time for Saturdays men's RR. The RR course was reportedly flat, however, upon inspection 2 hills are present on every 16 km lap. One is long (about a km but a big ringer for the guys) but the second is a very short 500m grade that should cause some excitment. There are also a few tight corners and cobbled round-abouts to make things exciting. The team is all very motivated and ready to kick some butt. The Aussies will be the big competition as they got just about all of their Euro roadies to commit to the Commonwealth Games.
Nova Scotia News
The 6th Race of the Bicycle Nova Scotia Mountain Bike Series will be held this Sunday, September 13th in Falmouth, Nova Scotia. Contact Mark kazimirski at (902)798-2171 for more information.
New Brunswick News
The final event of the 9 race NB Cup MTB series will be held at Centennial Park in Moncton on Sunday, September 13, 1998. Registration, location and schedule details can be found on the Velo NB web page at: http://www.intellis.net/velonb/
Good News for Downhiilers
Blue Mountain in Collingwood has opened its chairlift to downhillers on weekends from 10am to 5pm. There are three trails, two intermediate and one expert.
For more info contact The Adventure Mountain Bike School 416-869-3799 or 705-445-0231 Extension 6125 or e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Job for Sports Marketing/Cycling Enthusiast
Keep the wheels turning at the World's Best Cycling event for women. As Marketing Director of the HP LaserJet Women's Challenge (formerly The Hewlett-Packard International Women's Challenge), you will pursue sponsors, recruit board members, interact with HP divisions, establish cycling and vendor relationships and manage marketing programs. As a catalyst for growth and expansion of this premier event, you must possess 5 years marketing experience, media knowledge, public speaking, presentation, leadership and people skills, and a passion for cycling. Salary is $40K plus commissions, benefits and moving allowance. Send or fax resume by Oct. 1 to:HPLWC, PO Box 299, Boise, ID 83701. Fax (208) 345-5325.
Mississauga Midweek Final Event and Final Standings
|Heath Cockburn||Jet Fuel Coffee||1||1:03:45||12|
|Michael Moore||Evian Mississauga||VA||s.t.||9|
|Jan Blindert||Jet Fuel Coffee||1||s.t.||8|
|Simon Small||Ital Pasta||1||s.t.||7|
|Andrew Randall||Jet Fuel Coffee||1||s.t.||6|
|Steve Lessey||Jet Fuel Coffee||2||s.t.||5|
|Joe Juliano||Jet Fuel Coffee||1||s.t.||4|
|Derek Burgess||Evian Mississauga||3||s.t.||2|
|POS||Last Name||First Name||CAT||CLUB||points||Cat pos.|
|1||Cockburn||Heath||1||Jet Fuel Coffee||138||1|
|14||Lessey||Steve||2||Jet Fuel Coffee||52||5|
|20||Hansen||Matt||1||Jet Fuel Coffee||41||8|
|60||Porter||Tim||VC||Jet Fuel Coffee||18||1|
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