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June 19/99 11:58 am - Route de Sud, HP, Beauce Results


Posted by Editor on 06/19/99
 

Tour de Sud, France

Stage 1b - Montauban ITT 11 km


1. Christophe Moreau (Fra) Festina 14:03:48
2. Tyler Hamilton (USA) US Postal at 0:01
3. Rik Verbrugghe (Bel) Lotto-Mobistar 0:02
4. Lance Armstrong (USA) US Postal 0:03
5. Patrick Jonker (Ned) Rabobank 0:04
6. Alexandre Vinokourov (Kaz) Casino 0:06
7. Chris Boardman (GB) Credit Agricole 0:08
8. Laurent Lefevre (Fra) Festina 0:10
9. Jonathan Vaughters (USA) US Postal 0:11
10. Laurent Brochard (Fra) Festina 0:14


GC


1. Christophe Moreau (Fra) Festina 2:50:52
2. Tyler Hamilton (USA) US Postal at 0:01
3. Rik Verbrugghe (Bel) Lotto-Mobistar 0:02
4. Lance Armstrong (USA) US Postal 0:03
5. Patrick Jonker (Ned) Rabobank 0:04
6. Alexandre Vinokourov (Kaz) Casino 0:06
7. Chris Boardman (GB) Credit Agricole 0:08
8. Laurent Lefevre (Fra) Festina 0:10
9. Jonathan Vaughters (USA) US Postal 0:11
10. Laurent Brochard (Fra) Festina 0:14


HP International Womens Classic

Stage 12 - Boise Criterium 55.5 km

1. Ina Teutenberg GER 1:21:59
2. Lyne Bessette CAN
3. Jennifer McRae USA
4. Alison Sydor CAN
5. Susanne Ljungskog SWE
6. Nikki Gugliotta USA
7. Tracey Gaudry AUS all s.t.
8. Kendra Wenzel USA at 0:38
9. Bridget Evans AUS
10. Madeleine Lindberg SWE both s.t.

18. Anne Samplonius CAN 1:51

GC

1. Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli FRA 25:29:59
2. Mari Holden USA at 3:43
3. Zoulfija Zabirova RUS 5:02
4. Alison Dunlap USA 5:23
5. Linda Jackson CAN 6:05

18. Lyne Bessette CAN 13:01
20. Alison Sydor CAN 13:31



Beauce Stage 5

Note: there is a time gap within the field (after the first 11 riders) due to a crash in the final sprint. The officials decided that the crash happened prior to the final 200M and, after much discussion, let the 4 second gap stand.

1. David Clinger USA (Mercury) 1:19:05
2. Andreas Beikirch GER (Die Continentale-Olympia)
3. Mark McCormack USA (Saturn)
4. Mike Sayers USA (Mercury)
5. Charles Dionne CAN (Degree Radio Energie-Shaklee)
6. Jaroslav Bilek CZE (Wustenrot-ZVVZ)
7. Levis Leipheimer USA (Saturn)
8. Mike Barry CAN (Saturn)
9. Czeslaw Lukaszewicz CAN (Wustenrot-ZVVZ)

10. Floyd Landis USA (Mercury)

11. Erick Lyman CAN (Jet Fuel/Vitasoy) all s.t.
13. Giuseppe Giuliano CAN (Jet Fuel/Vitasoy) at 0:04
17. Dominique Perras CAN (Nutra Fig)
20. Alexandre Lavallee CAN (Canadian National) all s.t.


GC

1. Leipheimer 15:04:43
2. Jan Hruska CZE (Wustenrot-ZVVZ) at 0:41
3. Scott Moninger USA (Mercury) 1:24
4. Landis 1:32
5. Bilek 1:34
6. Brian Walton CAN (Saturn) 1:37
7. Rene Andrle CZE (Wustenrot-ZVVZ) 1:43
8. Mike Barry CAN (Saturn) 1:48
9. Eric Wohlberg CAN (Degree Radio Energie-Shaklee) 1:54

10. Vasilly Davidenko RUS (Navigators) 2:00

14. Matt Anand CAN (Saturn) 2:34
16. Peter Wedge CAN (Degree Radio Energie-Shaklee) 2:43
17. Sylvain Beauchamp CAN (Degree Radio Energie-Shaklee) 3:26
19. Gord Fraser CAN (Mercury) 4:37

 


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