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June 21/99 8:30 am - Euro results, Letter From Italy, Track World Cup


Posted by Editor on 06/21/99
 

Tour of Catalonia, Spain

Stage 3 of this race was nullified out of respect to Maunel Sanroma, who died on June 19th (Saturday) in stage 2, after crashing and hitting his head. GC is unchanged.


Letter From Italy

Cascalenda, Italy.

SC REDA - Baggioni's Giuseppe Bracci won the Giro del Cigno, a 155km elite/espoir road race, in commanding style on Sunday, in a three man sprint. The small finishing group formed by selection over the final 20km climb, from a 16-man breakaway born in the first quarter of the event. The sixteen riders held the main field at bay for over 100km, through wind, heavy rain, and fog (which on one descent had visibility down to twenty meters), until it was apparent that they would stay clear. Of the 150 starters, only 20 would finish...21 if you include the guy with the hairy legs who got dropped after 10km, then later rode into the finish without a speck of dirt on his clothes or bike!

I finished 12th. I helped motor "Beppe" Bracci and the break towards the finish, but got shelled midway up the final climb. All in all it was a good race, and it is great to see hard work pay off in a victory!

Paul Kelly.


Tour of Switzerland

Stage 6 - Meiringen ITT 29.5 km

1. Vjatscheslaw Ekimov (Rus) Amica Chips-Costa de Almeria 36:09:42
2. Steffen Wesemann (Ger) Team Deutsche Telekom at 0:33.84
3. Martin Havstija (Slo) Ballan-Alessio 1:00.37
4. Matthew White (Aus) Vini Caldirola 1:03.32
5. Daniele Nardello (Ita) Mapei-Quick Step 1:06.33
6. Roberto Petito (Ita) Saeco-Cannondale 1:06.56
7. Ludo Dierckxsens (Bel) Lampre-Daikin 1:12.64
8. Laurent Jalabert (Fra) ONCE-Deutsche-Bank 1:22.75
9. Raivis Belochvoskitsch (Lit) Lampre-Daikin 1:30.08
10. Marco Serpellini (Ita) Lampre-Daikin 1:31.58

GC

1. Laurent Jalabert (Fra) ONCE-Deutsche-Bank 20:48:20
2. Gilberto Simoni (Ita) Ballan-Alessio at 0:02
3. Francesco Casagrande (Ita) Vini Caldirola 0:12
4. Oscar Camenzind (Sui) Lampre-Daikin 0:38
5. Laurent Dufaux (Sui) Saeco-Cannondale 0:43
6. Roberto Shambelluri (Ita) Cantina Tollo-Alexia 2:26
7. Sven Montgomery (Sui) Post Swiss Team 2:37
8. Giuseppe Guerini (Ita) Team Deutsche Telekom 3:36
9. Pavel Tonkov (Rus) Mapei-Quick Step 3:40
10. Beat Zberg (Sui) Rabobank 4:07


Route du Sud, France

Stage 2 - Montauban to Mazamet 216 km

1. Geert Verheyen (Bel) Lotto-Mobistar 5:29:10
2. Alexei Sivakov (Rus) Big Mat-Auber 93
3. Mario Aerts (Bel) Lotto-Mobistar
4. Gilles Bouvard (Fra) Home Market-Charleroi
5. Bobby Julich (USA) Cofidis
6. Frederic Bessy (Fra) Casino
7. Jean-Cyril Robin (Fra) La Française des Jeux
8. Sebastien Hinault (Fra) Credit Agricole
9. Jonathan Vaughters (USA) US Postal
10. Laurent Desbiens (Fra) Cofidis all s.t.

GC

1. Christophe Moreau (Fra) Festina 8:01:18
2. Patrick Jonker (Ned) Rabobank at 0:07
3. Jonathan Vaughters (USA) US Postal 0:14
4. Mario Aerts (Bel) Lotto-Mobistar 0:31
5. Koos Moerenhout (Ned) Rabobank 0:37
6. ChanN McRae (USA) Mapei-Quick Step 0:39
7. Jean-Cyril Robin (Fra) La Francaise des Jeux 0:45
8. Frederic Bessy (Fra) Casino 0:46
9. Bobby Julich (USA) Cofidis 0:47
10. Gilles Bouvard (Fra) Home Market-Charleroi 0:53


Track World Cup #3 - Valencia, Spain

There were no Canadians at this event.

Mens 1000M Time Trial
1Jason QueallyGBR1:01.4
2Stefan NimkeGER1:03.913
3Damen GerardFRA1:04.5
4Grzegorz KrejnerPOL1:04.8
5Toshiaki FushimiJPN
6Jonas CarneyUSA
Mens 4000M Pursuit
1Robert BartkoGER
2Sergiy MatveyevUKR
3Mauro TrentiniITA
4Robert J HaylesGBR
5Linas BalcivnasLIT
7Thomas MulkeyUSA
Mens Sprint
1Florian RousseauFRA
2Jens FiedlerGER
3Roberto ChiappaITA
4José VillanuevaESP
5Frederic MagneFRA
11Christian ArrueUSA
Mens Points Race
1Vasyl VakoulevUKR
2Koshi YoshiiJPN
3Mathew Gill-MoreBEL
4Robert HaylseGBR
5Jimmi MatsenDEN
10Jame CarneyUSA
Team Pursuit
1Germany
2Ukraine
3Italy
4Great Britain
5France
Womens 3000M Pursuit
1Rasa NazeikyteLIT
2Judith ArdntGER
3Lucy Taylor-SharmanAUS
4Antonella BelluttiITA
5Maria Luisa CallleCOL
Womens Sprint
1Felicia BallangerFRA
2Jennie ReedUSA
3Magali FaureFRA
4Szilvia SzabolskiHUN
5Rebecca QuinnUSA
Womens 500M Time Trial
1Felicia BallangerFRA34.975
2Cuihua JiangChina35.642
3Nancy ContrerasMEX36.1
4Ulrike WeicheltGER
5Iryna YanovitchUKR
6Jennie ReedUSA
Womens Points Race
1Belén GuerreroMEX18
2Judith ArdntGER11
3Antonella BellutiITA10
4Rebeca QuinnUSA
5Dori RuanoESP
Mens Olympic Sprint
1Germany
2France
3Poland
4Spain
5Great Britain
14USA
Mens Madison
1Curuchet - CuruchetFRA
2Fulst - RoundGER
3Matsen - KristensenDEN
4de Wilde - GilmoreBEL
5Fedenko - YakolevUKR
Mens Keirin
1Frederic MagneFRA
2Jens FiedlerGER
3David CabreroESP
4Christian ArrueUSA
5Pavel BuranCZE

 


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