Canadian Cyclist ARG banner 247-1 Sept 17.14
   Follow us on Twitter
 
Find us on Facebook
 
Wheels of Bloor - March 7
 
ACS Apollo Bikes - November 19
 
Williams Cycling March 28
 
IMBA Canada - Dec 14
 
Share the Road - Dec 14
 


 

 

 
OGC Camelback CC - April 7
 

Daily News


 

August 5/13 15:59 pm - Top-12 for Canadians at Trophee Centre Morbihan


Posted by Editoress on 08/5/13
 

The 2013 Trophée Centre Morbihan cycling race ended Sunday in France, and three Canadian junior men placed within the Top 12 of the 212.2 kilometre race, which is part of the UCI Nations Cup.

Adam Jamieson (17; Barrie, ON) was Canada’s best at this three-stage race, placing seventh. With the ranking, Jamieson is also crowned the Best Young Rider of the race, finishing just 1:14 from the winning time set by Mathieu van der Poel of Netherland, son of legendary cyclist Andrei van der Poel.

In ninth place came William Elliot (18; Barrie, ON), just one second off Jamieson’s time.  Sean MacKinnon (17; Hamilton, ON) ended the race in 12th place.

Team Canada finishes the race in third place among the 17 nations represented at the Nations Cup. With the stellar performance from the team at this race, Canada jumps to the 13th place of the UCI Nations Cup rankings, from 27th prior to the week.

Luc Arseneau, Development coach at Cycling Canada, is pleased with the outcome in France. "We are thrilled with the third place in the team rankings, especially since all the big nations and riders were present. It's a pleasure to build and lead such a great team. We are progressing year after year, and now we must teach our young cyclists how to win. In the past not too distant ago, we were really far from that stage. This was an important project, including Abitibi. The guys learnt a lot in a long project as this one, compared to a short-term project."

This event was the last event of the UCI Junior Nations Cup before the 2013 UCI Road World Championships, held late in September.

Courtesy Cycling Canada


Final GC
1 Mathieu Van der Poel (Ned) Netherlands 5:12:51
2 Aleksandr Riabushenko (Blr) Belarus at 0:15
3 Rémi Cavagna (Fra) France 0:22
4 Elie Gesbert (Fra) France 0:51
5 Sam Oomen (Ned) Netherlands s.t.
6 Artem Nych (Rus) Russia 1:07
7 Adam Jamieson (Can) Canada 1:14
8 Diego Binatena (USA) United States of America s.t.
9 William Elliott (Can) Canada 1:15
10 Kristoffer Halvorsen (Nor) Norway s.t.
11 Axel Journiaux (Fra) France 1:17
12 Sean Mackinnon (Can) Canada 1:20
13 Davy Gunst (Ned) Netherlands 1:22
14 Paul Sauvage (Fra) France 1:23
15 Jaap De Jong (Ned) Netherlands s.t.
16 Piet Allegaert (Bel) Belgium 1:27
17 Anders Skaarseth (Nor) Norway 1:28
18 Gracjan Szelag (Pol) Poland 1:31
19 Franck Bonnamour (Fra) France 1:33
20 Charlie Hough (USA) United States of America s.t.
21 Rasmus Bogh Wallin (Den) Denmark 1:34
22 Petter Theodorsen (Nor) Norway 1:41
23 Marius Sylta (Nor) Norway 1:58
24 Patryk Krzywda (Pol) Poland 5:14
25 Etienne Fabre (Fra) France 5:17
26 Dries Verstrepen (Bel) Belgium 5:32
27 Milan Menten (Bel) Belgium 5:36
28 Stef Krul (Ned) Netherlands 5:37
29 Oliver Mattheis (Ger) Germany 5:49
30 Adrian Auerbacher (Ger) Germany 5:58
31 Kristian Aasvold (Nor) Norway 6:08
32 Max O'Neal (USA) United States of America 6:09
33 Eric Sübemilch (Ger) Germany s.t.
34 Aaron Krauss (Ger) Germany 6:16
35 Cyrill Kunz (Sui) Switzerland 6:32
36 David Ribeiro (Por) Portugal 6:33
37 Florian Nowak (Ger) Germany 6:41
38 Andrejs Podans (Lat) Latvia 6:46
39 Jonas Abrahamsen (Nor) Norway 6:51
40 Danil Nemykin (Rus) Russia 7:14
41 Karlis Jirgensons (Lat) Latvia 7:20
42 Xavier Silva (Por) Portugal 7:26
43 Gregory Ratzell (USA) United States of America 7:33
44 Michal Paluta (Pol) Poland 7:34
45 Piotr Konwa (Pol) Poland 7:39
46 Senne Leysen (Bel) Belgium 7:52
47 César Martingil (Por) Portugal 7:55
48 Luc Turchi (Lux) Luxembourg 7:58
49 Seth Veenbaas (USA) United States of America 8:04
50 Maksim Nidadzirau (Blr) Belarus 8:08
51 German Nicolas Tivani Perez (Arg) Mx1 8:11
52 Cristian Pita Bolanos (Ecu) Mx1 8:15
53 Tomas Harag (Svk) Slovakia 8:21
54 Ivan Venter (RSA) South Africa 8:31
55 Marco König (Ger) Germany
56 Raivis Sarkans (Lat) Latvia
57 Václav Vomácko (Cze) Czech Republic both s.t.
58 Bernardo Guerreiro (Por) Portugal 8:40
59 Martin Duben (Svk) Slovakia 8:42
60 Hendrik Pineda (Can) Canada 8:46
61 Jack Burke (Can) Canada 8:47
62 Fábio Mansilhas (Por) Portugal 8:50
63 Kent Main (RSA) South Africa 9:00
64 Aleksandr Komin (Rus) Russia 9:17
65 João Pereira (Por) Portugal 9:59
66 Abderrahmane Mansouri (Alg) Algeria 10:57
67 Leonard Haas (Lux) Luxembourg 11:08
68 Larry Valvasaori (Lux) Luxembourg 11:56
69 Uladzimir Harakhavik (Blr) Belarus 12:46
70 Juraj Bellan (Svk) Slovakia 16:11
71 Arturs Belevics (Lat) Latvia 16:44
72 Christiaan Jooste (RSA) South Africa 17:11
73 Raphaël Krähemann (Sui) Switzerland 17:22
74 Ilia Chirkov (Rus) Russia 17:47
75 Félix Lapointe (Can) Canada 18:49
76 Dimitri Bussard (Sui) Switzerland 21:09
77 Andrei Covalciuc (Mda) Mx1 24:35

 


Return to Canadian Cyclist homepage | Back to Top
D'Ornellas (+4767) - July 20
 
ARG button Sept 17.14
 

 
Bikesports - August 12
 

 


 
Dundas Speed Shop - Jan 11 (+524)
 
  


 
 © Copyright 1998-2014 Canadian Cyclist. All rights reserved.  Privacy Policy | Contact | Subscribe to RSS Feed  | Login