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July 10/97 11:32 am - Sydor Injured, Giro, Track World Cup


Posted by Editor on 07/10/97
 

Sydor Injured We just received word from Colorado that Alison Sydor has crashed and re-injured the shoulder (left) that she hurt at the Norba race in Red Wing, Minnesota. It seems to be hurt more seriously than last time, and at this point it looks like she will not be racing in the Vail World Cup this weekend. Apparently she was training on the course and crashed at an unmarked bridge. Alison complained to the officials - who apparently knew about the problem but had not had it fixed (UCI regulations say that a World Cup course has to be marked 5 days before the event). (Thanks to H.S. for this information) Fitchburg-Longsjo Classic, Fitchburg, MA Men's Race 1. Peters John (COP/CO/CYC) 2. Walton Brian (Saturn) Canada 3. McCormack Mark (Saturn) 4. Klasna Trent (COP/CO/CYC) 5. McCrae Chan (Saturn) 6. Horner Chris (LaFrancais) 7. Moninger Scott (Navigators) 8. Walters Mark (Jeep Eagle) Canada 9. Eyk Patrick (Shaklee) 10. Gragus Eddie (US Postal) Women‚s Giro d‚Italia Stage 8, 111 Kms: 1 Sylvie Riedle (France) 2:45:37 2 Diana Ziliute (Latvia) at 0:57 3 Schnorf (Switzerland) 4 Parente (Italy) all s.t. G.C. after Stage 8 1. Fabiana Luperini (Italy) 15:03:24 2. Imelda Chiappa (Italy) at 0:23 3. Linda Jackson (Canada) 0:29 4. Edita Pucinskaite (Latvia) 0:37 5. Alessandra Cappellotto (Italy) 1:20 6. Barbara Heeb (Switzerland) 1:37 7. Luisiana Pegoraro (Italy) 2:22 8. Diana Ziliute (Latvia) 2:55 9. Valeria Cappellotto (Italy) 3:05 10. Roberta Bonanomi (Italy) 3:07 Track World Cup #5 - Athens, Greece Mens Sprint 1. Ainars Kiksis LAT 10.508 2. Lars Brian Nielsen DEN 10.529 3. Viesturs Berzins LAT 10.568 Womens Sprint 1. Felicia Ballanger FRA 11.449 2. Oksana Grichina RUS 11.646 3. Olga Grichina RUS 11.839 Mens Kilo 1. Jose Escuredo Raimondez ESP 1:04.413 2. Grzegorz Krejner POL 1:04.909 3. Dimitrios Georgalis GRE 1:05.021 Womens 500m 1. Ballanger FRA 35.484 seconds 2. Antonella Bellutti ITA 36.090 3. Olga Grichina RUS 36.275 Mens Individual Pursuit 1. Stefan Steinweg GER 4:32.432 2. Philippe Ermenault FRA 4:34.121 3. Michael Sandstod DEN Womens Individual Pursuit 1. Yvonne McGregor GBR 3:34.761 2. Bellutti 3:38.504 3. Judith Arndt GER Mens Points Race 1. Sandstod 29 points 2. Bruno Risi SUI 29 3. Juan Estaban Curuchet ARG 18 Womens Points Race 1. Bellutti 24 points 2. Arndt 11 3. Michaela Brunngraber AUT 7 Keirin 1. Pavel Buran CZE 2. Kiksis 3. Michael Scheurer GER Olympic Sprint 1. Greece (Chimonetos, Georgalis, Vassilopoulos) 46.078 2. Spain (Escuredo, Melia Manginan, Moreno Perinan) 47.785 3. Great Britain (Hoy, Maclean, Percival) 47.043 Team Pursuit 1. Great Britain 4:13.164 2. Denmark 4:15.821 3. France 4:15.420 Madison 1. Denmark (Piil, Braikia) 20 points 2. Italy (Martinello, Villa) 28 (-1 lap) 3. Great Britain (Clay, Steel) 17

 


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