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June 11/99 5:15 am - Norba XC #3, Mont Tremblant, 2 Crazy Guys, Dauphine


Posted by Editor on 06/11/99
 

Chevy Trucks Norba National #3 - XC Women Results
(courtesy Matt Lanning)

Seven Springs, Pennsylvania

Women

PositionNameCountryTeamTime/Time Behind
1Paola PezzoITA Gary Fisher/Saab1:55:37.07
2Mary Grigson AUSAUSA.I.S.at 1:44.74
3Ruthie MatthesUSATrek Volkswagen4:14.02
4Ann TrombleyUSAAirborne/Kore4:38.47
5Rene MarshmanUSAMoots5:49.98
6Hanneke GeysenAUSA.I.S.7:43.33
7Audrey AugustinUSASchwinn8:10.80
8Mary hearnUSAGary Fisher/Saab8:12.30
9Alla EpifanovaRUSVolvo Cannondale9:57.16
10Sarah WallickUSASobe/Headshok10:23.71


There were no Canadians in the women's race (they are either at Mont Tremblant for the Canada Cup or doing the HP Women's Classic).

Men

PositionNameCountryTeamTime/Time Behind
1Travis BrownUSATrek-VW2:22:46.32
2Steve LarsonUSALL Bean-Mongooseat 1:22.57
3Kashi LeuchsNZLSobe/Headshok3:17.43
4Patrick BowerUSAGary Fisher/Saab4:16.90
5James KillenUSADBR4:23.41
6Rob WoodsAUSA.I.S./GT4:51.53
7Gregory RandolphUSATeam GT7:05.47
8Paul RowneyAUSHaro7:36.73
9Carl DeckerUSADeschutes Brew7:54.58
10Andy BishopUSAGary Fisher/Saab8:25.88
20David IrvingCANPorterfield Tire14:26.17
22Ryder HesjedalCANGary Fisher/Saab15:53.46
Andreas HestlerCANRLX Polo SportDNF
Bill HurleyCANOryxDNF
Roland GreenCAN Team GTDNF



Tremblant Pre-Race Report

Cross country racer Christine Cogger of Team Xenacom has just phoned in a report on the conditions as we get ready for Canada Cup #3 tomorrow (cross country) and Sunday (downhill) in Mont Tremblant, Quebec. Christine says that it is incredibly hot and humid. The main climb is out in the open, so she expects that everyone is going to suffer in the heat tomorrow.

The course is a mixture of the ones used in `97 and `98, and is receiving mixed reviews from the riders. It is just over 9 kilometers in length (4 laps for the women, 5 for the men), and is "pretty fast, not too technical. It is a quite rolly type of course." Christine says that one rider who likes it is her team mate Georges Visser, who finished second last weekend at Camp Fortune.

The downhillers are not particularly pleased with the course, with one quote being "it is an ugly course" meaning, we assume, that there is nothing on it to suit either the technical riders or the speedsters. Christine also said that there is a lot of loose rock and gravel (on both XC and DH), making handling tricky. one positive note is that our old friends at STAT Timing are taking care of the results, so we should have information very quickly.


2CRAZYBIKEGUYS

FRI. JUNE 11, 1999.- Well, it‚s almost time. Five days till departure. The 2CRAZYBIKEGUYS, Geoff MacBride and Franek Matlosz sit pondering their approaching journey. Is all prepared, everything accounted for, all of the i's dotted and the t's crossed. 4500km does not allow a lot of room for mistakes.

On June 16 1999, the 2CRAZYBIKEGUYS will be departing Toronto, bound for Vancouver on mountain bikes, fully loaded and self contained. Why?!? Well two reasons. The first is to promote intelligent, safe and environmentally sound transportation (ie. Bicycle). The second, of course, because it's going to be an amazing ride!! Travelling the whole way (hopefully) by bicycle and camping across the country they hope to at least make people aware that the bicycle, while also excellent for fun and for sport, has more practical uses as well. The anticipated length of the trip from Toronto to Vancouver is 50 days with an average of approximately 100km/day.

Please take a moment to check out our website for more info and for continual updates on our adventures. http://www.cseven.com/2crazybikeguys


Criterium Dauphine Libere, France

Stage 5 - Dignes les Bains to Grenoble 213 km

PositionNameTeamTime/Time Behind
1Laurent, MADOUASFESTINA5:45:46
2Lylian, LEBRETONBIGMAT AUBER 93s.t.
3Stephane, BARTHECASINOat 7:01
4Christophe, CAPELLEBIGMAT AUBER 93
5Damien, NAZONLA FRANCAISE DES JEUX
6Frederic, MONCASSINCREDIT AGRICOLE
7Sebastien, HINAULTCREDIT AGRICOLE
8Wladimir, BELLIFESTINA
9Christophe, MOREAUFESTINA
10Geert, VERHEYENLOTTO - MOBISTAR
29Lance, ARMSTRONGU.S.POSTAL SERVICE
44Jonathan, VAUGHTERSU.S.POSTAL SERVICE
48Bobby, JULICHCOFIDIS CREDIT PAR TELEPHONE
49Tyler, HAMILTONU.S.POSTAL SERVICE
66Kevin, LIVINGSTONU.S.POSTAL SERVICEall s.t.
GC
1Jonathan, VAUGHTERSU.S.POSTAL SERVICE21:21:51
2Alexandre, VINOKOUROVCASINOat 0:07
3Stephane, HEULOTLA FRANCAISE DES JEUX3:32
4Wladimir, BELLIFESTINA4:06
5Lance, ARMSTRONGU.S.POSTAL SERVICE4:13
6Joseba, BELOKIEUSKATEL EUSKADI4:19
7Unai, OSABANESTO5:03
8Kevin, LIVINGSTONU.S.POSTAL SERVICE5:09
9Francois, SIMONCREDIT AGRICOLE5:25
10Tyler, HAMILTONU.S.POSTAL SERVICE5:39
43Bobby, JULICHCOFIDIS CREDIT PAR TELEPHONE13:28

 


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