Posted by Editor on 08/10/99
Grande Boucle Feminine, France
Stage 3 - Chateauneuf-sur-Charente to Mussidan 105 km
1. Ina-Yoko Teutenberg (Ger) 2:54:41
2. Elsbeth Vink (Ned)
3. Petra Rossner (Ger)
4. Greta Zocca (Ita)
5. Mari Holden (USA)
6. Olga Slioussareva (Rus)
7. Alessandra Cappellotto (Ita)
8. Gabriella Pregnolato (Ita)
9. Sonia Rocca (Ita)
10. Gunn Rita Dahle (Nor) all s.t.
1. Ina-Yoko Teutenberg (Ger) 8:49:46
2. Elsbeth Vink (Ned) at 0:18
3. Petra Rossner (Ger) 0:52
4. Greta Zocca (Ita) 0:54
5. Olga Slioussareva (Rus) s.t.
6. Diana Ziliute (Lit) 0:58
7. Alessandra Cappellotto (Ita) 1:04
8. Sonia Rocca (Ita)
9. Mari Holden (USA)
10. Monica Valen (Nor) all s.t.
Québec Mountain Bike History Made at Alma
Here in Québec, every other year the Finales des Jeux du Québec gathers young boys and girls from all the regions in a mini-olympic event. These Finales des Jeux du Québec have a summer and a winter version. Cycling is one of these summer sports, and mountain bike was just admitted this year as a "demonstration sport". A cross-country and a relay race were on the schedule of events. 105 minime, cadet and junior athletes were present for these games.
The Québec-Chaudière-Appalaches region got 4 gold and 2 bronze at the cross-country, won the relay race and finished first in the overall score amongst the 14 different regions that had sent athletes to the Games.
The winners's coaches Lucie Marcoux and Jean-FranÃƒÂ§ois Paquet did a wonderful job in building a team spirit and team strategy for this historic event.
président de l'Association régionale de vélo de montagne QCA
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