July 2/99 10:03 am - Ontario Results
Posted by Editoress on 07/2/99
Chin Picnic July 1
Results from the annual Chin Picnic Criterium held at the Exhibition grounds of the CNE, Toronto.
1. Andrew Randell Jet Fuel
2. Tim Lefebvre Ital Pasta
3. Greg Cavanagh Mississauga/Volvic
4. Joe Guiliano Jet Fuel
5. Mathias Schmidt Exit Realty
6. George Neuman Ital Pasta
7. Simon Small Ital Pasta
8. Trevor Thomas Ind.
9. Gerard Yeates RNH
10. Kevin Speacht Kiro
11. Paul Rego Saeco
1. Jim Kuz Kiro
2. Paul Carter Ind
3. Dereck Koops Cyclepath
4. Roy Zucchetto Ind.
5. Greg Palmer MississaugaVolvic
6. Dave Bogue Ind.
7. Chris Paton MississaugaVolvic
8. Don Hunter MississaugaVolvic
9. Enrico Traini Gears
10. Matt Charter Bike Sports
1. Eon D'Ornellas D'Ornellas
2. Aubrey Bryce D'Ornellas
3. Greg Borden Scwhinn
4. Reid Carter Thunder Bay
5. Gary Scully Halton R & T
6. Tony Abramavicius Schwinn
7. Kelly Shields Hearts Racing
8. Ziggy Matuzurlski Ziggys
9. Grant Strahl Newmarket Eagles
10. Mark Shaw Ind.
1. Leigh Hobsen Ind.
2. Kim Langton Elita
3. Amy Jarvis Intersports
4. Sophie Radecki RNH
5. Julia Farrell RNH
1. Peter Sanowar Sudbury CC
2. Chris Reid MississaugaVolvic
3. Kevin Miller St. Catharines CC
4. Mark Fert Oakville
MIDWEEK CLUB WEDNESDAY NIGHT CRITERIUMS
RACER SPORTIF, LA BICICLETTA, SCHWINN, AL LAGO RISTORANTE
EVENT # 12 DATE: June 30th. 1999
DISTANCE: 48.4 KM 22 LAPS Av. Sp.: 45.3 KPH
WEATHER: Overcast, sunny periods, 22 C. Slight SE breeze
The race was to have been over 60 km but the organizer and the riders agreed that, with CHIN Picnic event tomorrow, it should be shortened. There were a couple of early break attempts but none succeeded until the decisive move with 10 laps to go, when Jef Hansen, Don Zuck and Greg Cavanagh pulled away and steadily increased their lead by 5 seconds per lap until the 18th lap. Then they took a whopping 30 seconds in the next lap.
With one to go, they were a minute and a half up on the bunch, with Mike Ybanez very effectively blocking for Cavanagh. In the final lap, the bunch started to chase in earnest but it was too little, too late and the lead trio finished 49 seconds up with Cavanagh comfortably out sprinting Hansen and Zuck rolling in third
Kevin Speacht who had won the majority of the primes, showed that he still had a kick left by powering ahead of the bunch to take fourth
Several riders who had upgraded from the novice series showed they had learned and developed well by finishing in the bunch
Thanks to Gino Greco (yes, the Gino Greco who raced so well in the early 80â€šs) for helping with lap scoring and splits
PLEASE NOTE: NEXT WEEKâ€šS EVENT IS THE THIRD IN THE PRETIGE SERIES AND MEDALS WILL BE AWARDED FOR THE TOP THREE FINISHERS
|1||Greg Cavanagh||Mississauga Volvic||1||1:4:06||12|
|2||Jeff Hansen||Ital Pasta||1||s.t.||11|
|5||Andrew Caird||Exit Realty||1||s.t.||8|
|6||Matthias Schmidt||Exit Realty||1||s.t.||7|
|7||Mike Ybanez||Mississauga Volvic||2||s.t.||6|
|8||Paul Paura||St Catharines C.C.||3||s.t.||5|
|13||Steve Lessey||Jet Fuel||2||s.t.||1|
ALL OTHER ENTRANTS GET ONE POINT.
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