Posted by Editor on 08/24/99
Jeanson Takes Mt Washington Climb
(courtesy Elizabeth Bowman)
New Hampshire - Hamilton and Jeanson set course records for men and women with their victories.
1 TYLER HAMILTON 50:21 9.1
2 KURT DAVIS 57:01 8.0
3 GREGORY SIENIEWICZ LUNENBURG NS CAN 57:29 7.9
4 MATT WILSON 1:00:06 7.6
5 WILLIAM KINNEY 1:00:27 7.5
8 GENEVIEVE JEANSON LACHINE PQ CAN 1:01:57 7.4
12 BENOIT FRADETTE SUTTON PQ CAN 1:03:39 7.2
33 LYNE BESSETTE LAC BROME PQ CAN 1:08:35 6.7
76 KENAN GOUADEC OTTAWA ON CAN 1:13:24 6.2
80 MEIWEN GOUADEC OTTAWA ON CAN 1:14:23 6.1
88 PIERRE LASSERRE MONTREAL PQ CAN 1:15:11 6.1
96 ROBERT BERNIER MONTREAL PQ CAN 1:15:54 6.0
Marcel Thysman Memorial Grand Prix, Ontario
(courtesy Ralph Neumann)
Windham Centre - Sunday August 29, 1999.
10am Registration, 11am Start.
Programme to include events for all categories and abilities. Prizes will be awarded for overall O-Cup standings and provincial championships. For more info: Ralph Neumann 416-426-7243
Profile Names Outdoor Gear Canada International Distributor of the Year
Profile Design has named Outdoor Gear Canada (OGC) of St-Laurent, Quebec its International Distributor of the Year for 1999. Profile made the announcement at its recent international sales meeting in London, England.
"OGC is a model of how we would like all of our distributors to present our brand around the world," said Bill Powers, Profile's founder. "They have been able to grow our brand year after year in Canada despite competitive market conditions by marketing the brand effectively to dealers and consumers alike."
Kevin Bajohr, OGC's Profile Brand Manager, attended the London meeting and accepted the award on behalf of the company. OGC has been Profile's Canadian distributor for 8 years and is also the exclusive Canadian distributor for Answer/Manitou, Avocet, Camelbak, Delta, Graber/Saris, Hayes, Kryptonite, Mavic, Nite Rider, Pedro's, Speedplay and Vittoria as well as Gary Fisher and Lemond bicycles.
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