March 21/00 10:29 am - OCA Employment, Euro Results
Posted by Editor on 03/21/00
Request for Proposals
The Ontario Cycling Association, as part of its staffing restructuring plan, is looking to contract out various management functions. This contract is open to firms and individuals who have proven experience in the P.S.O. environment.
The Ontario Cycling Association is the P.S.O. that governs the sport of cycling in Ontario. We are a membership organization with 1,500 direct members and 90 affiliated clubs representing approx.10,000 cyclists in Ontario. The OCA sanctions approx.150 cycling events in a calendar year. We currently have a small number of contract staff working under the direct supervision of the board of directors.
In order to develop a list of pre-qualified applicants the Ontario Cycling Association is requesting that applicants provide the following information:
- Corporate or Individual Resume. If this is a corporation please provide resume information on the principals who would be involved in this contract.
- Specific information on your experience in the management of a P.S.O.
- List of references that support your P.S.O. involvement.
- Short management proposal.
- Preliminary Costing Proposal for various time commitments.
All information should be sent to the attention of Jim Crosscombe - OCA President. Delivery can be made in a sealed envelope to the OCA office or by e-mail directly to email@example.com. Information sent electronically must be readable in Word 97.
Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 11:00am to 3:00pm.
Address: Ontario Cycling Association
1185 Eglinton Ave. E.
Information to be received by 5:00pm Thursday March 24, 2000. All information will be kept confidential. Those applicants that are short listed will be contacted for an in depth interview.
Sea Otter Photos
Chris redden has sent up more photos from the final day of the Sea Otter Cross-country stage race.
1. Roland Green beats Ryder Hesjedal for third place in the final stage. Photo
2. Laurence Leboucher leads teammate Alison Dunlap and World Champion Marga Fullana. Photo
3. Alison Dunlap beats Marga Fullana in the final stage. Photo
4. Men's final podium (Roland Green on the left). Photo
5. Women's final podium.Photo
Tour of Normandy, France
Prologue - Mondeville 5.6 km
1 Frederic Finot (Fra) Credit Agricole 6:54
2 Anthony Morin (Fra) Credit Agricole at 0:03
3 Linas Balciunas (Lit) St-Quentin - Oktos s.t.
4 Magnus Backstedt (Swe) Credit Agricole 0:05
5 Alexei Markov (Rus) Lokosphinx s.t.
6 Yoann Le Boulanger (Fra) Cofidis 0:06
7 Stephane Krafft (Fra) Cofidis 0:07
8 Jerome Neuville (Fra) Credit Agricole 0:08
9 Guillaume Auger (Fra) Big Mat 0:09
10 Laszlo Bodrogi (Hon) Mapei s.t.
Setmana Catalana, Italy
Stage 1 - Lloret de Mar 144 km
1 Unai Etxebarria (Ven) Euskadi-Euskaltel 3:18:08
2 Santiago Blanco (Esp) Vitalicio Seguros
3 Javier Pascual Rodriguez (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca both s.t.
4 Javier Pascual Llorente (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca at 0.04
5 Gabriele Colombo (Ita) Cantina Tollo-Regain
6 Giuseppe Di Grande (Ita) Festina-Lotus
7 Michael Boogerd (Ned) Rabobank
8 Axel Merckx (Bel) Mapei-Quick Step
9 Francisco Cabello (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca
10 Dave Bruylandts (Bel) Farm Frites
11 Laurent Jalabert (Fra) O.N.C.E. Deutsche Bank all s.t.
13 Erik Zabel (Ger) Detusche Telekom 0:30
14 Oscar Freire (Esp) Mapei-Quick Step
15 Jann Kirsipuu (Est) Ag2r Prevoyance-Decathlon
17 George Hincapie (USA) U.S. Postal Service
40 Bo Hamburger (Den) Memory Card-Jack & Jones
60 Lance Armstrong (USA) U.S. Postal Service 10:20
66 Tyler Hamilton (USA) U.S. Postal Service 15:34
75 William Chann Mcrae (USA) Mapei-Quick Step
101 David Clinger (USA) Festina-Lotus
103 Fernando Escartin (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca
142 Guido Trenti (USA) Cantina Tollo-Regain all s.t.