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November 3/98 1:38 am - Wedding Bells, Ontario `Cross


Posted by Editor on 11/3/98
 

Wedding Bells

On Saturday, November 7th, Jacques Landry is getting married to Karine Jaouên. There will be a Civil ceremony in Quebec City and a religious wedding will be held in France next Summer.

It is also rumoured that Gord Fraser will be getting married on November 14th.


Woodstock C.C. Cyclo-cross
(courtesy Peter McCaffery)

November 1st
Organizer: Leighton Davies

Another beautiful day greeted riders and spectators at Sunday's Woodstack C.C. cyclo-cross. The course was set out in a school grounds with a number of steep climbs which were obviously designed to suit good runners (Warren Davies, perhaps?). All categories were started together which made the task of keeping tabs on everyone extremely difficult, as the faster riders started lapping the tail-enders after only three of the seventeen laps.

With Chris Hansen away in the States, brother Jeff (Neworld) took over the task of showing the way and led from start to finish, with only the top 5 competitors able to stay on the lead lap.

Woodstock's Warren Davies surprised everyone by staying in touch with Hansen for most of the race. Jeff finally pulled away slightly in the last four laps and eventually won by just 22 seconds. Third place was nailed down by Peter Morse (Chain Reaction) who crossed the line a further 49 seconds back and Independent, Andrew Croutch rounded out the top four, 2-13 behind the winner.

The Vet. A race was dominated by Dave Dermont (Bike Depot/GT) who, starting 30 seconds behind the senior pack, still managed to finish within two and a half minutes of Jeff Hansen. The Vet. B competition turned out to be the usual battle between Hamilton team-mates, Rob Cheskey and Randy Brown with Rob beating Randy to reverse last week's finishing order.

The junior event was a one man show, with Peter Mazur,(D'Ornellas) lapping the rest of the field and finishing with a time which would have placed him 6th in the senior contest.

National team member, Kim Langton, Elita, cruised through the women's event , handily beating Chain Reaction's Lisa Hussey while the cadet race was easily taken by newcomer Ryan Roth who lapped runner-up Taras Kleban (Hamilton C.C.)

SENIOR 17 laps 26 km

1

Jeff Hansen

Neworld

1-02-49

3

Warren Davies

Woodstock C.C.

1-03-11

1

Peter Morse

Chain Reaction

1-04-05

1

Andrew Croutch

Independent

1-05-23

1

Yann Blindert

Blindertz

1-06-38

1

Jack Sojhacki

Polonus

1-07-00

2

Craig Deveer

Evian Mississauga

1-07-12

2

Chris Paton

Evian Mississauga

1-07-20

3

Neil Ross

Earl's Cycle

1-07-52

1

Dean Peddle

Ziggy's

1-08-52

1

Matt Hansen

Jet Fuel Coffee

1-09-02

3

Oscar Salvendy

Independent

1-09-36

3

Allan Becker

Newmarket Eagles

1-10-58

3

Greg Palmer

Independent

1-11-39

3

Rodney Merchant

Hilltop Cycles

At 3 laps

3

Adam Trotter

Waterloo Flying Dogs

At 3 laps

3

Ben Ayson

Evian Mississauga

DNF

1

Piers Davidge

Evian Mississauga

DNF

WOMEN

14 laps 21 km

1

Kim Langton

Elita

1-05-27

1

Lisa Hussey

Chain Reaction

1-05-39

3

Anita Waymann

Schwinn Canada

At 1 lap

3

Lori Poll

Norco To Wheel

At 2 laps

3

Barb.

Barb. Brzazki

DNF

VETERAN A

17 laps 26 km

Dave Dermont

Bike Depot / GT

1-04-32

Craig Churak

Bike Canada

1-10-03

Stuart Green

Bike Canada

1-10-40

Chris Wood

Waterloo Flying Dogs

At 2 laps

Leighton Davies

Woodstock C.C.,

At 2 laps

Martin Streef

Woodstock C.C.

At 2 laps

Attila Haidu

Independent

At 2 laps

Greg Kosiacki

Polonus

DNF

VETERAN B

16 laps 24km

1

Rob Cheskey

Hamilton C.C.

1-05-42

2

Randy Brown

Hamilton C.C.

1-06-26

3

John Easton

Bikeland

1-06-48

4

Pierre Perrin

Schwinn Canada

5

Frank Morrow

Hamilton C.C.

6

Steve Copeland

Independent

JUNIOR

16 laps 20 km

Peter Mazur

D'Ornellas

1-03-33

Colin Campbell

Skiis & Biikes

At 1 lap

Chris Reid

Speed River

At 2 laps

Karol Sadurszki

Polonus

DNF

 

CADET (Corrected result)

11 laps 16.5 km

C

Ryan Roth

Independent

47-39

C

Taras Kleban

Hamilton C.C.

At 1 lap

C

Sebastian Sadurszki

Polonus

At 1 lap

C

Kyle Rothwell

Ziggy's

At 1 lap

M

Ryan De Boer

Evian Mississauga

At 2 laps

C

Trevor Craig

Waterloo Flying Dogs

At 3 laps

C

Joel Adress

Independent

At 4 laps



18 seniors
15 vets
5 women
4 juniors
6 cadets
1 minime

TOTAL 49

Next Sunday's event is at West Deane Park, Etobicoke. Veterans , Juniors and Cadets start at 12pm, Seniors and Women are off at 1:15pm

 


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