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September 7/99 10:31 am - Trans-Canada Stage 5


Posted by Editor on 09/7/99
 

Lars Michaelsen (Francaise des Jeux), the winner of stage one added a third stage victory to his team‚s total on today‚s 179 kilometre stage from Montreal to Ottawa.

After yesterday‚s tough stage on Mont Royal (and possibly because the heavy rain that fell for most of the stage), the peleton seemed content to cruise. At the 50 kilometre mark Ludovic Capelle and Stephane Cueff of the Home Market Team tried to put some distance on the field, but gave up after 15 kilometres when they could gain no more than 40 seconds.

Finally, with some 20 kilometres left in the stage, the winner of the opening stage - Lars Michaelsen (Francaise de Jeux) spearheaded a breakaway of 6 riders that managed to shake things up. In the break with Michaelsen were Volker Ordowski (Gerolsteiner), Jaroslav Bilek (Wustenrot-ZVVZ), Noam Lelarge (French National), American Michael Sayers (Mercury) and Canadian Brian Walton (Saturn). The breakaways managed to stay 16 seconds ahead of the fast closing field at the finish. with Michaelsen easily outdistanced his competitors. Gord Fraser, Mercury‚s sprinter who has already won two stages, was denied the chance to win infront of his hometown friends and family when he crashed with about 20 kilometres to go.

Trans Canada Tour Stage 5 Laval to Hull - 179.1km

1Lars MICHAELSENFDJDEN4:03:52
2Volker ORDOWSKIGSTGER
3Jaroslav BILEKWUSCZE
4Noam LELARGEFRAFRA
5Michael SAYERSMCTUSA
6Brian WALTONSATCANall s.t.
7Ludovic CAPELLEHOMBEL0:16
8Sven TEUTENBERGGSTGER
9Robbie VENTURASATUSA
10Josef CHRISTENERISUI
21Mark HLADYJETCAN
27John PETERSMCTUSA
28Fred RODRIGUEZMAPUSA
29Michael BARRYSATCAN
30Joe GUILIANOJETCAN
33Christopher HORNERFDJUSA
51Dominique PERRASCANCAN
52Alexandre LAVALLEECANCAN
53Alexandre BERNARDJETCAN
55Levi LEIPHElMERSATUSA
61Mat ANANDSATCAN
63Mark WALTERSCANCAN
65Eric WOHLBERGCANCAN
67Gordon FRASERMCTCANall s.t.
69Thurlow ROGERSMCTUSA0:30
80Matt HANSENJETCAN0:52
84Czeslaw LUKASCEWICZWUSCAN0:58
85Derek BOUCHARD HALLMCTUSA1:03
88Bart BOWENSATUSA2:38
89Andrew RANDELLJETCAN3:15
Sylvain BEAUCHAMPCANCANDNF


GC

1Jean-Cyril ROBINFDJFRA18:30:40
2Guido TRENTINVINITAat 0:28
3Vincent CALIHDMFRA1:00
4Christopher HORNERFDJUSA1:44
5Leif HOSTEMAPBEL1:56
6Daniel SCHNIDERPOSSUI4:01
7Michael BARRYSATCAN4:02
8Fred RODRIGUEZMAPUSA4:36
9Jose-Enrique GUTTIEREZKELESP4:49
10Dominique PERRASCANCAN4:50
21Mark WALTERSCANCAN9:24
28Mat ANANDSATCAN12:11
30Brian WALTONSATCAN12:13
33Eric WOHLBERGCANCAN12:18
44Scott MONINGERMCTUSA13:10
47Bart BOWENSATUSA14:40
51Levi LEIPHElMERSATUSA22:22
52Gordon FRASERMCTCAN30:45
53Alexandre LAVALLEECANCAN31:10
65Joe GUILIANOJETCAN36:31
71Robbie VENTURASATUSA53:39
74Mark HLADYJETCAN53:45
78Thurlow ROGERSMCTUSA53:59
81John PETERSMCTUSA54:06
83Matt HANSENJETCAN54:21
84Derek BOUCHARD HALLMCTUSA54:31
85Alexandre BERNARDJETCAN55:15
87Andrew RANDELLJETCAN56:44
88Czeslaw LUKASCEWICZWUSCAN1:06:24


Points Jersey

1. Fraser 68
2. Michaelsen 62
3. Zoran Klemecic 47

Climbers Jersey

1. Scott Guyton 18
2. Schnider 12
3. Perras 7

North American Jersey

1. Horner
2. Barry
3. Rodriguez
4. Perras
5. Walters

 


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