Posted by Editor on 04/8/00
BMC Software Crit - Austin, Texas
We just received word from Team Elita manager David Cathcart that Canadians fared extremely well at this big money criterium. Saturn's Nicole Reinhart won the race, followed by team mate (and Canadian) Clara Hughes. Elita's Karen Dunne and Annie Gariepy (Elita) took third and fourth respectively. Dunne was initially awarded second, before a review of the photo finish put Hughes ahead of her.
From here, Elita will send a team of 5 to the Tour of Willamette - Erin Carter, Annie Gariepy, Sophie St Jacques, Cybil DiGuistini and Sara Ulmer. David also wanted us to let Erin know tomorrow morning, before she starts the Paris-Ancaster, how her team mates did...
BC Off-Road Team Announced
(courtesy Trevor Shpeley)
The team that the Cycling BC off road committee will send to the national championships in Quebec this year will not only be the largest ever from BC but will also for the first time include Downhillers . Selected racers will receive airfare from Vancouver to Quebec, transportation to and from the race venue, accommodation, coaching and entry fees. BC team members will also receive uniforms supplied by Roach. Racers will be expected to contribute $250 and to provide their own food. The selection criteria will be published on the CBC web site ( www.cycling.bc.ca/index.shtml ) within the next couple of days and in the upcoming newsletter. Please direct any questions to the off-road committee.
BC team composition:
One Elite male
Two espoir men
Three elite women
Three junior Expert men
Two junior women
One elite male
Two elite women
Two junior Expert male
One junior women
Total BC team Ã‹â€ 17 (11-XC, 6-DH)
Paris-Roubaix, Paris-Ancaster and Paris-Roubaix Toronto.
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