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September 19/09 6:13 am - Schladming World Cup: Junior Men and Women's XC report, photos and results


Posted by Editoress on 09/19/09
 

Canadian Junior cross-country champion Evan Guthrie (Team Canada) finished off the season with a strong fifth place at the World Cup Final in Schladming, Austria. World champion Gerhard Kerschbaumer (Italy) won the four lap race after a race long battle with Julian Schelb (Germany) and Michiel Van Der Heijden (Netherlands). Canada's Mitch Bailey finished 22nd.

 

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Junior Men
Junior Women

 

On a climber's course that did not suit Guthrie, he used superior descending skills to pull back Ricardo Marinheiro (Portugal) and Tomas Paprstka (Czech Republic) in the final lap, and then put on a surge on the last climb to take the lead on them for fifth.

"Oh man, that was so hard, so much climbing. They were gapping me on the climbs and then I would pull back a bit on the descents. I caught up to them before the [first] climb on the last lap, but then they attacked again and gapped me. I was just able to reel them in a bit at a time. Fourth last week and fifth this week is a good way to end the season."

In the Junior women's race, favoured Michelle Hediger (Switzerland) pulled away from the rest of the field before the end of the first lap in the three lap race, and easily took her second consecutive Junior Challenge win. Helen Grobert (Germany) and Lisa Mitterbauer (Team Bikepark.Ch) took second and third respectively. Top Canadian was Samantha Grover (Team Canada) in 14th place, followed by Cayley Brooks (Team Canada) in 17th.

"It was so hard, but I'm really pleased with my race, it is my hardest and best race ever. This is the first World Cup I have finished, so I'm definitely happy."

 

Junior Women
1 Michelle Hediger (Sui) Fischer-Bmc 1:07:11
2 Helen Grobert (Ger) Germany at 1:10
3 Lisa Mitterbauer (Aut) Team Bikepark.Ch 1:27
4 Noga Korem (Isr) Israel 1:57
5 Anne Terpstra (Ned) Netherlands 3:35
6 Julia Haase (Ger) Germany 4:26
7 Rozanne Slik (Ned) Netherlands 4:57
8 Tanja Starkermann (Sui) Switzerland 6:18
9 Weronika Rybarczyk (Pol) Poland 8:06
10 Yana Belomoyna (Ukr) Ukraine 8:21
11 Karolina Kalasova (Cze) Czech Republic 8:40
12 Nicole Windegger (Ita) Sunshine Racers Asv Nals 11:17
13 Natalia Simorova (Svk) Slovakia 11:38
14 Samantha Grover (Can) Canada 12:00
15 Renata Burdova (Cze) Czech Republic 14:19
16 Lisa Ribarich (Aut) Austria - A 14:54
17 Cayley Brooks (Can) Canada 15:45
18 Brigitta Koos (Hun) Hungary 16:28
19 Michaela Malarikova (Svk) Slovakia 16:31
20 Zsofia Keri (Hun) Hungary -1LAP
 
Junior Men
1 Gerhard Kerschbaumer (Ita) Italy 1:10:37
2 Julian Schelb (Ger) Germany at 0:25
3 Michiel Van Der Heijden (Ned) Netherlands 1:03
4 Matthias Stirnemann (Sui) Switzerland 1:34
5 Evan Guthrie (Can) Canada 2:00
6 Ricardo Paulo Reis Marinheiro (Por) Portugal 2:24
7 Tomas Paprstka (Cze) Czech Republic 3:45
8 Jeff Luyten (Bel) Team Saeco 3:58
9 Sascha Bleher (Ger) Germany 4:21
10 Lukas Kuch (Ger) Germany 4:33
11 Jan Nesvadba (Cze) Czech Republic 5:31
12 Daniele Braidot (Ita) Italy 6:02
13 Nicholas Pettina (Ita) Italy 6:10
14 Fabian Paumann (Sui) Switzerland 6:19
15 Mike Schuler (Sui) Switzerland 6:36
16 Gregor Raggl (Aut) Austria - A 6:39
17 Ruben Scheire (Bel) Lingier-Versluys Team 6:55
18 Marcus Schulte-Luenzum (Ger) Germany 7:04
19 Markus Preiss (Aut) Austria - A 7:09
20 Michael Millerferli (Aut) Austria - A 7:10
21 David Simon (Ger) Germany 8:04
22 Mitchell Bailey (Can) Canada 8:27
23 Maximilian Vieider (Ita) Italy 8:56
24 Jan Svorada (Cze) Ceska Sporitelna Mtb 10:26
25 Stefan Peter (Sui) Switzerland 10:34
26 Milan Damek (Cze) Czech Republic 10:56
27 Mark Csielka (Hun) Hungary 12:28
28 Manuel Rabensteiner (Aut) Austria - B 12:54
29 Severin Sägesser (Sui) Switzerland 13:36
30 Tamas Pinter (Hun) Hungary 14:27
31 Lukas Helminger (Aut) Austria - A 15:18
32 Roman Bulis (Cze) Czech Republic 15:29
33 Anton Lubyy (Ukr) Ukraine 17:29
34 Attila Bela (Hun) Hungary 18:03
35 Bruno Bucsanyi (Hun) Hungary 18:38
36 Julian Scherer (Aut) Austria - B 18:48
37 Benjamin Poglitsch (Aut) Austria - B 18:51
38 Vadim Arko (Aut) Austria - B 21:28
39 Dieter Gutschi (Aut) Austria - A 24:59
40 Jakub Kastelik (Cze) Czech Republic -1LAP
41 Christopher Schwab (Aut) Austria - A -1LAP
42 Michal Slama (Cze) Czech Republic -1LAP
DNF Luca Braidot (Ita) Italy
DNF Urban Ferencak (Slo) Slovenia

 


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