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July 2/10 19:07 pm - Road National Championships: Junior ITT results


Posted by Editoress on 07/2/10
 

Results from today's ITT

 

Photo gallery by Luc Arseneau


One week after the elite and U23 riders competed for their national individual time trial titles, it was the turn of the Junior riders today in Devon, Alberta.

Julia Garnet (Team Saskatchewan) and Stuart Wight (Team Atlantic) captured the Canadian Junior National titles, on a course covering a total distance of 22.5 kilometres for both Men and Women.

A total of 45 men took part in the race, while 18 women took the start.

"This is one of the best Time Trials this year," commented Garnet.  "I got injured early in the season and it kind of put a hold on things, but this is a great comeback."

Stuart Wight said "I put a lot of practice time on the course this week ... I've been gaining strength over the last few weeks [after suffering from pneumonia] and it certainly helped my confidence here."

* Note:  Jasmin Glaesser holds a German licence, so does not qualify to be National Champion

 

 

Junior Women, 22.5km
1 Jasmin Glaesser (Cycling BC)* 35:27.7
2 Julia Garnet (Team Saskatchewan) 35:40.5
3 Annie Ewart (Cycling BC) 35:46.2
4 Allison Beveridge (Team Alberta) 36:10.7
5 Véronique Drapeau-Zgoralski (Team Quebec) 36:34.6
6 Laura Bietola (Team Ontario) 37:20.8
7 Anne-Marie B. Morin (Team Quebec) 37:23.0
8 Sarah Rasmussen (Team Ontario) 37:47.9
9 Tennessee Mayer (Team Quebec) 37:50.7
10 Adriane Provost (Team Quebec) 37:53.9
11 Caeli Barron (Team Alberta) 37:59.2
12 Cayley Brooks (Team Ontario) 38:39.4
13 Elodie Gillard (Atrium - CC2R) 38:48.0
14 Florence Laplante-Lamarche (Team Ontario) 38:53.7
15 Jamie Heggie (Team Alberta) 40:06.4
16 Elisabeth Albert (Team Quebec) 40:12.5
17 Frédérique Prince (Espoir Saputo) 40:49.1
18 Julia Cormier (Team Atlantic) 43:50.7
 
Junior Men, 22.5km
1 Stuart Wight (Team Atlantic) 29:31.7
2 Kris Dahl (Team Alberta) 30:10.3
3 Steven Noble (Team Ontario) 30:35.3
4 Craig Logan (Cycling BC) 31:17.1
5 Alex Cataford (Team Ontario) 31:23.8
6 Frederic Poisson (Team Quebec) 31:43.2
7 Jean-Samuel Deshaies (Team Quebec) 32:00.1
8 Graham Courtney (Team Alberta) 32:28.2
9 Philippe Nadon (Team Quebec) 32:30.6
10 Ryan Shaun Macdonald (Atrium - CC2R) 32:49.3
11 Nigel Ellsay (Cycling BC) 32:50.1
12 Simon-Pierre Gauthier (Espoir Saputo) 32:54.5
13 Jordan Brochu (Team Quebec) 33:02.0
14 Zachary Taylor (Cycling BC) 33:06.3
15 Joel Johnson (Balance Point Racing) 33:11.9
16 Ty Andrews (Team Alberta) 33:15.6
17 Philippe Vezina (Atrium - CC2R) 33:19.9
18 Mackenzie Garvin (Team Alberta) 33:28.0
19 Felix Wilberg (CMC/Bow Cycle) 33:34.7
20 Mackenzie Carson (Team Alberta) 33:40.3
21 Kiernan Orange (Ride with Rendall) 33:42.1
22 Joshua Hall (Cycling BC) 33:43.1
23 Charles Matte (Nippour/Devinci) 33:53.1
24 Noah Maccallum (Team Ontario) 33:54.3
25 Jean-Michel Naud (Team Quebec) 33:58.9
26 Raphael Masse-Viau (Team Quebec) 34:00.5
27 Kyle Buckosky (Team Coastal) 34:16.8
28 Gabriel Charlton (Team Ontario ) 34:17.9
29 Jess Neufeld (Team Manitoba) 34:18.2
30 Christopher Prendergast (Team Manitoba) 34:21.9
31 Olivier Delaney (Espoir Saputo) 34:29.6
32 Chris Balestrini (Team Ontario) 34:39.3
33 Devan Mcclelland (Cycling BC) 34:40.7
34 Austin Miller (Team Alberta) 34:49.3
35 Justin Zottl (Team Ontario) 35:09.8
36 Milo Del Bigio (Team Manitoba) 35:17.4
37 Henri De Boever (Cycling BC) 35:51.6
38 Francis Desbiens (Atrium - CC2R) 36:13.1
39 Vallen Rezazadeh (Juventus) 34:46.2
40 Geordie Morrison (Cycling BC) 36:24.1
41 Jacob Bouchard (Nippour/Devinci) 36:33.0
42 Andrew Spahr (Rundle Mountain CC) 36:47.3
43 Jeffrey Doyle (Cycling BC) 37:29.4
44 Julien Langlois (Espoir Saputo) 38:15.1
45 Dylan Law (Juventus) 39:32.0

 


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