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September 9/99 12:40 pm - BC Championships


Posted by Editoress on 09/9/99
 

B.C. Road Championships - The Real Version
Courtesy Roger Sumner

Thanks to your previous correspondent Rodney Hsu for attempting to get B.C. in the news, unfortunately the story and some results were somewhat off base.

Time Trial September 4th, 1999

Leah Goldstein and Jesse Keefer produced superb rides to dominate with clear wins in the senior women and elite men categories on a fairly fast flat course in light rain.

Senior Women, 30km

1. Leah Goldstein, Physical Fitness 43:10.5 av. 41.69
2. Sara Neil, Trek/VW 45:24.9
3. Barb Belcher, Soliton/Texana Rice 48:23.6
4. Darnelle Moore, Soliton/Texana Rice 48:41.9
5. Kirsten Kotval, Steveston/Brown Bros. 48:47.3
6. Moriah Beattle 49:51.9

Elite Men, 40km
1. Jesse Keefer, Trek/VW 51:48.9 av. 46.32
2. Kenny Williams, Saturn (USA) 52:25.1
3. Min Van Velzen, Trek/VW 53:20.2
4. Mike Flegel 54:00.0
5. Hugh Trenchard 54:52.0
6. Jay Murray, Atomic 54:52.5

Junior Women, 10km
1. Clare Hall-Patch, Oak Boy/Victoria 15:36.1 av. 38.45
2. Lisa Sweeney 16:13.5
3. Gabrielle Csiffary, Gary Fisher 18:55.0

Junior Men, 30km
1. Angus Errington, Victoria 41:59.2 av. 42.87
2. Peter Odegaard 43:25.4
3. Clayton Hirtz, Sun Country 44:11.7

Cadet Men, 10km

1. Jordan Rasmussen, Rocky Mountain 16:04.4 av. 37.33
2. Graham Haywood 17:43.8


Master Women, 20km
1. Peg Hill, Ing Direct 30:51.2 av. 38.89
2. Cindy Dutton, Nanaimo Bicycle 33:11.3
3. Wendy Kinnear, Glacier Shop 33:11.6

Master Men, 30-34, 30km
1. James Neil, Atomic 41:56.3 av. 42.92
2. Larry Zimich, Part One 42:41.8
3. Garry Wade, OGC Fisher 43:33.4

Master Men, 35-39, 30km
1. John Tolkamp, Olympia 41:04.8 av. 43.82
2. Otto Kamstra, GS Shop 42:55.2
3. Mike Perkins 47:12.1

Master Men, 40-44, 30km
- note these masters get faster as they get older
1. Olav Stanna, Spoke 'n Motion 40:08.3 av. 44.84
2. Dave Dutton, Nanaimo Bicycle 43:56.2
3. Mark Emery 46:05.1

Master Men, 45-49, 30km
1. Derek Tripp, Nanaimo Bicycle 42:14.4 av. 42.61
2. Mike Sevcov, Nanaimo Bicycle 44:57.6
3. Brian Cowre 50:08.8

Master Men, 50-54, 20km
1. Michael McCann, Yukon 29:14.5 av. 41.04
2. Gerry Morrison, Fresh Air 29:15.5
3. Stephen Price 29:19.1

Master Men, 55-59, 20km
1. David Jones 40:01.8 av. 29.25

Master Men, 60+, 20km
1. Gerard Raps 30:49.9 av. 38.92


Road Race September 5th, 1999

Elite Men, 125km

Some details of the previous report are correct. The six man break that was the main feature of the race included Sean Dawson, Paul Henderson, Brumo Nella and Andrew Kyle, but not eventual winnder Luca Segato. A rapid 3 man chase saw Dawson's Trek/VW team mates Min Van Velzen and Jesse Keefer plus Segato bridge the 2 minute gap at 95km. Henderson tried a solo move off the front, but was caught then Nella attacked with 2km to go but was passed 100m
from the line.

1. Luca Segato, Nutrafig 3:18:17
2. Bruno Nella, Nella
3. Min Van Velzen, Trek/VW
4. Paul Henderson, Escap Velocity
5. Jesse Keefer, Trek/VW all s.t.
6. Sean Dawson, Trek/VW at 1:01
7. Andrew Kyle s.t. - 1st espoir
8. Bryce McCallum, Campione at 3:13

* Jesse Keefer clinched the 1999 B.C. Road Cup with his 5th place.

Senior Women, 95km

After 60km, the three favourites, Sara Neil, Leah Goldstein and Darnelle Moore were alone in the lead. An interesting trio, all very fit, Goldstein just back from the Tour de France Feminin, obviously recovered well having won the previous day's time trial, Neil and Moore just back from G.P. Feminin in Quebec, but Sara the 1988 Olympian, racing again this year, had been there as a Canadian team manager. Moore and Goldstein tried to drop Neil, the best sprinter, on many climbs but she was never in difficulty and on the last hill, at 13km to go she stayed with Goldstein's attack as Moore
lost contact. They then shared the work, flying to the finish in their big gears where Neil won the sprint, adding her name to trophy she last won in 1985, her first year of racing.

1. Sara Neil, Trek/VW 2:45.25
2. Leah Goldstein, Physical Fitness s.t.
3. Darnelle Moore, Soliton/Texana Rice at 1:52
4. Shannon Baerg, Physical Fitness at 10:10
5. Selena Lawrie at 26.38
6. Leigh Ann Collis s.t.

Junior Men, 95km
1. Clayton Hiltz
2. Peter Odegaard
3. Cameron Evans
4. Ricky Federeau
5. Jeff Drew
6. Jamie Douglas

Junior Women, 60km
1. Lisa Sweeney
2. Erica Drew
3. Clare Hall-Patch

Cadet Men, 60km
1. Duncan Gavin
2. Jamie Russell
3. Greg Day

Master Women
1. Cindy Dutton
2. Wendy Kinnear
3. Linda Pellicano

Master Men, 30-39
1. Jay Murray
2. Paul Blanchette
3. John Irvine

Master Men, 40-49
1. Olav Stana
2. Maurizio Giraldi
3. Dave Dutton

Master Men, 50+
1. Mike McCann (Yukon)
2. Jim Moore
3. John Albright
4. Peter Kerklaan

 


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