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May 3/99 12:07 pm - Mallorca, Manitoba News, Trail Access, Euro Results


Posted by Editor on 05/3/99
 

Access Troubles

You may or may not have noticed some difficulties accessing different parts of the site this morning. We are in the process of upgrading things for our secure server and part of that means splitting things up a bit (between the secure and non-secure parts of the site). Unfortunately, it takes a while for the changes in file and directory location (the 'path') to trickle down to through all the ISPs (Internet Service Providers) out there. If you try going in later, you should be able to access everything.


Women's Tour of Mallorca

We finally have a little bit of news about this race! Here is the final G.C. (top 5).

1. Hanka Kupfernagel (Ger) Greenery Hawk 10:26:10
2. Svetlana Boubnenkova (Rus)
3. Margarita Fullana (Esp)
4. Chrissy Redden (Can) all s.t.
5. Meike de Bruijn (Ned) Greenery Hawk at 0:06


Manitoba Cup #1
(courtesy Dave Benson)


The first Manitoba Sunlight Cup Mountain Bike Race was held today at the Grand Beach Cross Country Course. Lindsay Gauld and Olympia Cycle and Ski created a challenging and fun 9.7 km loop through the Jack Pine Forest adjacent to the World's best fresh water beach. Eighty Six racers competed in categories ranging from Elite through to ten year old beginners on a 2km loop. The results for top five finishers are as follows:

Elite: 4 laps = 39 km
1) Sean Anastasiadas Olympia 1:54:23
2) Gilles Corbeil Olympia 1:54:24
3)Brett Zagazewski Olympia 2:02:58
5) Morgan Porath Olympia 2:09:56

Expert: 3 laps = 29 km
1) Leith McLeod Olympia 1:24:47
2) Ron Kaulins A&L 1:32:27
3) Mark Salesse Olympia 1:33:46
4) Joel Regimbald WBC 1:36:06
5) Stacy Mateika A&L 1:36:24

Vet. Expert 3 laps = 29 km
1) Scot Miller Olympia 1:26:59
2) Gord Hamm OLympia 1:28:01
3) Don Sissons Olympia/Birch 1:29:30
4) Louis Corbeil Olympia 1:30:55
5) Lindsay Gauld Olympia 1:31:46

Women's Expert 2 laps 19.5 km
1) Jenny Ayers Olympia 1:19:36
2) Susanne Baldwin Olympia 1:23:54
3) Kim Bottomley Olympia 1:29:21
4) Christie Peters WBC 1:35:45

Sport Men 2 laps 19.5 km
1) Jason Knievel Olympia 1:09:47
2) Sean Guertin Olympia 1:11:15
3) Greg Masiuk Olympia 1:11:20
4) Mike Davies Olympia 1:11:23
5) Dean Carriere Olympia 1:11:29
6) Gilles Gobert Olympia/Birch 1:12:05
7) Jon Goertzen Independent 1:14:06

Beginners/Men 1 lap = 9.7
1) Michael Johnson Kids of Mud 45:00
2) Wayne Lacko Olympia 47:10
3) Josh Turnbull Woodcock 47:20
4) Rene Regimbald Kids of Mud 48:00
5) Sean Cahill Olympia 48:22

Beginners/Women 1 lap 9.7
1) Michelle Zubrack Olympia 46:00
2) Karin McSherry 55:00
3) Judy Gibson Olympia 1:09:36
4) Lezlye Elliott Olympia 1:10:24

Gaffers 10 and under 2 km
1) Paul Benson Kids of Mud 11:04
2) Daryl Dowsett Kids of Mud 11:06


The World Solo Championship

The 24 Hours of Adrenalin is reaching a new level in 1999. The first World Solo Championship race ever, will be held at the Canmore Nordic Centre in Canmore, Alberta. One hour west of Calgary, Alberta on July 18-19, history will be made as top endurance racers from around the world, line up for the famous LeMans style start.

Thousands of spectators will gather to watch them fiercely compete from noon Saturday until noon Sunday for the coveted 24 Hours of Adrenalin World Solo Championship title. The athletes will not only battle one another, but the elements of night riding, fatigue, and proper nutrition to keep them going the distance. The rider with the most laps completed in the 24 hour time frame will become the king of 24 hour racing.

The World Solo Championship race will be covered on Outdoor Life Network and webcast via the internet at www.trilife.com. Enthusiast around the globe will be able to hook up and check out all the action.


Trail Access Open House

Options for Public Parking and Recreational Access at the North End of Mountain Highway (to the Lower Mt. Fromme Recreational Trails) i.e. THE YELLOW GATE AT THE TOP OF MOUNTAIN HIGHWAY

The District of North Vancouver is holding an Open House to review the options for public parking and recreational access at the North End of Mountain Highway (by the Yellow Gate at the top of Mountain Highway to be implemented this summer.

Date: Tuesday, May 4 1999
Time: 5 - 8 PM
Location: Upper Lynn Elementary School Library (1540 Coleman Street)

Why should you attend: Review the options and make comments on the option to be recommended to Council. Changes will happen this summer. One of the options is to make all street parking residential parking only. Whatever is decided by Council WILL affect you directly or indirectly. Now is the time to let your voice be heard.

For more information, call or e-mail Susan Rogers at 990-3809 or Susan_Rogers@dnv.org or Emma Dal Santo at 990-2414 or dalsanto@dnv.org


Circuit des Mines, France

Stage 5 - Trieux to Chateau de Malbrouck 148 km

1. Raimondas Rumsas (Pol) Mroz 3:27:44
2. Alexei Botcharov (Rus) US Montauban 82 at 0:08
3. Kim Kirchen (Lux) Luxembourg 0:12
4. Ludovic Martin (Fra) Bataillon de Joinville s.t.
5. Bruno Thibout (Fra) La Creuse-Felletin 0:17

Stage 6 - Joeuf to Metz 165 km

1. Wilfried Cretskens (Bel) Vlaanderen 2002 4:17:29
2. Lylian Lebreton (Fra) Big Mat-Auber 93 at 0:01
3. Biagio Conte (Ita) Liquigas-Pata
4. David McKenzie (Aus) Linda McCartney
5. Christopher Horner (USA) La Francaise des Jeux all s.t.

Stage 7 - Rombas ITT 22.5 km

1. Arturas Kasputis (Lit) Casino 29:31
2. Gilles Maignan (Fra) Casino at 0:13
3. Tomasz Brozyna (Pol) Mroz 0:50
4. Daniele Contrini (Ita) Liquigas-Pata 0:59
5. Heiko Szonn (Ger) Linda McCartney s.t.

Stage 8 - Esch-Alzette to Hussigny 150 km

1. Steve Vermaut (Bel) Vlaanderen 2002 2:59:26
2. Chris Horner (USA) La Francaise des Jeux
3. Tomasz Brozyna (Pol) Mroz
4. Cedric Celarier (Fra) La Creuse-Felletin all s.t.
5. Marcin Gebka (Pol) Mroz 0:15

Final GC

1. Arturas Kasputis (Lit) Casino 23:25:20
2. Christophe Oriol (Fra) Casino at 1:23
3. Zbigniew Piatek (Pol) Mroz 1:40
4. Biagio Conte (Ita) Liquigas-Pata 1:50
5. Lylian Lebreton (Fra) Big Mat-Auber 93 3:35


Trophée des Grimpeurs, France

1. Laurent Roux (Fra) Casino 3:09:47
2. Bobby Julich (USA) Cofidis at 1:49
3. Chris Jenner (NZ) Credit Agricole 1:55
4. Patrice Halgand (Fra) Festina Lotus 2:03
5. Carlos Da Cruz (Fra) 2:08

 


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