Posted by Editor on 06/14/00
Tour of Switzerland
Stage 2 - Uster to Rheinfelden 197 km
1. Fred Rodriguez (USA) Mapei 4:30:36
2. Sven Teutenberg (Ger) Gerolsteiner
3. Markus Zberg (Sui) Rabobank
4. Rene Haselbacher (Aut) Gerolsteiner
5. Stefan Rutimann (Sui) Vini Caldirola
5. Manuel Garate Juan (Esp) Lampre-Daikin
6. Jean-Patrick Nazon (Fra) La Francaise des Jeux
8. Christian Heule (Sui) Post Swiss Team
9. Jan Bratkowski (Ger) Manheim Auctions/Mercury
10. Robert Hunter (RSA) Lampre-Daikin all s.t.
45. Gordon Fraser (Can) Manheim Auctions/Mercury at 0:07
55. Floyd Landis (USA) Manheim Auctions/Mercury
65. Kirk Willett (USA) Manheim Auctions/Mercury
80. Dominique Perras (Can) Phonak all s.t.
116. Christopher Horner (USA) Manheim Auctions/Mercury 1:36
1. Markus Zberg (Sui) Rabobank 4:57:06
2. Steffen Wesemann (Ger) Team Deutsche Telekom s.t.
3. Fred Rodriguez (USA) Mapei-Quick Step at 0:02
4. Jens Heppner (Ger) Team Deutsche Telekom 0:03
5. Jan Ullrich (Ger) Team Deutsche Telekom s.t.
6. Sven Teutenberg (Ger) Gerolsteiner 0:06
7. Udo BÃƒÂ¶lts (Ger) Team Deutsche Telekom 0:07
8. Alexandre Vinokourov (Kaz) Team Deutsche Telekom
9. Guiseppe Guerini (Ita) Team Deutsche Telekom both s.t.
10. Niki Aebersold (Sui) Rabobank 0:08
56. Floyd Landis (USA) Manheim Auctions/Mercury 0:52
57. Kirk Willett (USA) Manheim Auctions/Mercury s.t.
99. Gordon Fraser (Can) Manheim Auctions/Mercury 1:22
100. Dominique Perras (Can) Phonak s.t.
116. Christopher Horner (USA) Manheim Auctions/Mercury 2:34
My, that was a weekend of extremes! We absolutely roasted on Saturday at the Mansfield Ski Club. Hot, windy but it was the intense sun that was really taxing. Tip of the hat to all of the racers for putting up with those conditions while wearing body armour! We are pleased with the comments that we received from the racers. Perhaps a shorter run than in the past, but way more difficult. Run times were much longer despite the shorter course. This produced some excellent racing.
If we had too much sun on Saturday then we didn't have nearly enough on Sunday. Rain, Rain and RAIN!!! There were rivers of water coming down the trails. But, true to form, the sandy base of the Mansfield Outdoor Centre held up very well. We were hoping that the new Exit Wound Trail would prove to be a challenge for everyone, but conditions dictated that we use it for only the Expert/Elite race. Big crowds cheered the racers slipping, sliding, falling and unbelievably riding this trail just near the finish. The silly grins on the racer's faces will be one of our lasting memories. As to be expected there was a substantial attrition rate, but hey, if you had the guts to even line up you deserve a pat on the back.
Many thanks to all of our sponsors. One comment - aren't pop-up tents wonderful?! No, really, many thanks for your generous support. We had many comments about the quality of the prizes and the entire credit must go to the sponsor's generosity.
Thanks to: Sport Swap, Devinci Bicycles, Bruzer, Cameron's Brewing, Eload, Gravis/Burton, Schwinn, KHS Bicycles, OGC, Norco/GT, Rocky Mountain!!!
Senior Pro-Elite Men 1 Peter McLean KHS Bicycles / St Marys 1:44.89 2 Mark N. Wells Freewheel Cycle / Grimbsy 1:47.46 3 Jason Reinders from Georgetown 1:49.59 4 Michael Lobodzinski KHS Bicycles / London 1:50.00 5 Josh Mead Bicycle Planet Cycling Club 1:52.09 6 Ondrej Neumann Gears Racing / Mississauga 1:52.13 7 Ryan Walters Norco:Spokes `N` Slopes/Milton 1:53.30 8 Lucas Curran Intense / Victoria 1:54.83 9 Michael Chavez Gears Racing / Mississauga 1:56.70 10 James Heaver from Oakville 1:57.21 11 Brian Zahra from Toronto 2:00.46 12 Michael Towers Gears Racing / Mississauga 2:01.15 13 Antonio Michaud from St Catherines 2:04.90 Open Women 1 Cecile Gambin Norco / Toronto 1:59.96 2 Jocelyn Hirtes from Toronto 2:06.53 3 Diane Pickett from Peterborough 3:18.79 4 Barbara Brzezicki Fly Gurlz/Squire Johns/Toronto 3:19.67 Junior (17-18) Expert Men 1 Matthew Nielsen from Bracebridge 1:49.26 2 Marcus Dagenais Spokes `N` Slopes/Georgetown 1:51.07 3 Andrew Danyluk 1:53.19 4 Paul Berger Spokes `N` Slopes 1:57.89 5 Andrew Betteridge from Bracebridge 1:58.49 6 Rory Dick Norco / Acton 2:00.12 7 Daniel Skinner Bike Depot Racing / Aurora 2:00.68 8 Brad Holmes Spokes `N` Slopes:Norco 2:01.72 9 Benjamin McNabb GT Canada / Stayner 2:03.13 10 Aaron Jarc from Oakville 2:03.57 11 Cameron Somerville from Toronto 2:08.17 XC Pro-Elite Women 1 Lisa Holmgren Schwinn Toyota / Oro Station 2:19:52.5 2 Leslie Greene GT Canada:Bike Depot Racing 2:22:37.4 3 Melissa Lunstead Trek Ontario / Orillia 2:26:46.9 4 Maria Di Lello from Hamilton 2:31:00.3 5 Jennifer Brown Giant Bicycles / Peterborough 2:35:39.4 6 Lisa Hoskins High County/Epic Ride 2:36:16.7 7 Heather King Fly Gurlz/Squire Johns 2:37:19.7 8 Susan Trimble Gears Racing / Oakville 2:41:39.9 9 Danelle Kabush from Vanier 2:42:46.4 10 Joanne Uhlmann Gears Racing / Mississauga 2:46:11.6 11 Tara Mulder Team Kiro / Toronto 2:47:54.2 12 Diana Joness Trail Hogs:SchwinnToyota 2:56:02.0 13 Wendy Simms Fly Gurlz/Squire Johns/Barrie 2:11:59.0 (- 1 lap) Amanda Kellett Outdoor Gear Can/Gary Fisher DNF Trisha Westman Speed River:RockyMountain DNF Pro-Elite Men 1 Lucas Curran Intense / Victoria 2:24:13.5 2 Julian Hine Schwinn Toyota / Hull 2:27:05.5 3 Greg Reain Sultans of Spin CC / Waterloo 2:29:44.7 4 Jeff Weber Gears Racing / Ayr 2:32:23.9 5 Matthew Martindill Outdoor Gear Can/Gary Fisher 2:34:55.4 6 Matt Patterson Outdoor Gear Can/Gary Fisher 2:35:16.7 7 Jesse Jakomait from Sault Ste Marie 2:36:57.6 8 Peter Morse Trek Ontario / Toronto 2:37:08.6 9 Tim Oliver Giant Bicycles / Simcoe 2:38:12.7 10 Roderick Smit KHS Bicycles / Newmarket 2:39:02.6 11 Joe Lepine Zzoom Velo / Bicycles Plus 2:40:20.3 12 Paul Spadaccini Oryx Procycle:Oryx Procycle 2:40:31.1 13 Michael Dennis Speed River Bicycle Club 2:40:39.6 14 Michael LaRochelle KHS Bicycles / Ottawa 2:40:56.7 15 Brook McArthur Bike Depot Racing / Waterloo 2:41:58.8 16 Zachary Wheeler Oak Ridges Fat Tire Club 2:42:26.3 17 Thomas Skinner GT Canada:Bike Depot Racing 2:44:17.8 18 Justin Faulkner from Bracebridge 2:44:40.7 19 Jon Barnes from Stouffville 2:45:16.2 20 Dave Tomsic KHS Bicycles / Ottawa 2:51:39.2 21 Chris Hansen KHS Bicycles / King City 2:51:42.2 The following riders did less laps 22 Enrico Traini Trail Blazers Cycle Racing 2:13:53.3 23 Adam Wade Outdoor Gear Can/Gary Fisher 2:15:26.9 24 Neil Sauve Rocky Mountain Bicycles 2:16:03.1 25 Craig C Hawkes Gears Racing / Ottawa 2:17:11.6 26 Travis Brown Silent Sports/Thin Blue Line 2:19:05.9 27 Timothy Carleton KHS Bicycles / Toronto 2:29:02.1 Keith Gallagher from Peterborough DNF Justin Varney from Ottawa DNF Imad El-Ghazal Norco / Ottawa DNF Dustin Hittel from Peterborough DNF William Martinen Mad Dog Racing CyclepathBloor DNS Kevin Haviland Gears Racing / Mississauga DNF Drew Robertson Trek / Volkswagen Canada DNF Jan Roubal Trek Ontario/Sault Ste Marie DNF Daniel Ayotte from Niagara Falls DNF Junior (17-18) Expert Men 1 Ryan Savoy Rocky Mountain Bicycles 2:02:34.9 2 Matt Douglas Bay Cycle+Sport / Ashburn 2:07:45.4 3 Andrew Watson Bike Depot Racing / Bradford 2:07:49.2 4 Andrew Elgar Outdoor Gear Can/Gary Fisher 2:10:36.4 5 Eric Batty Bay Cycle+Sport / Brooklin 2:11:12.2 6 Simon Lazarski from Toronto 2:15:25.0 7 Greg Edgar from Parry Sound 2:16:18.7 8 Philip Edamura Trail Blazers Cycle Racing 2:17:57.1 9 James Krieck Waterloo CC/The Flying Dogs 2:20:14.0 10 Matt McMurdo from Trenton 2:24:01.3 11 Justin DiPoce Ziggy`s Cycling Club Inc. 2:24:51.9 12 Kyle Findley from Georgetown 2:25:48.5 13 Kyle Connely Bike Depot Racing 2:27:49.9 14 Oman Norquay Re-My Sport / Mississauga 2:30:08.2 15 Ryan Roth Woodstock Cycling Club/Bright 2:30:21.6 16 Andrew Ostrowski Ziggy`s Cycling Club Inc. 2:36:17.6 17 Nicholas Vipond from Oshawa 2:36:24.5 18 Chris Crawford Waterloo CC/The Flying Dogs 2:37:18.5 19 Chris Morris Bay Cycle+Sport:Uxbridge CC 2:37:21.6 20 Brennan Cumming from Sault Ste Marie 2:40:51.5 21 Kyle Rothwell Ziggy`s Cycling Club Inc. 2:41:26.4 22 Daniel Skinner Bike Depot Racing / Aurora 2:41:26.4 23 Jeff Seguin Woodstock Cycling Club 2:41:40.1 24 Taylor Martin Freewheel Cycle / Ancaster 2:46:21.4 25 Tim McClure Ziggy`s CC Inc:Uxbridge/Dublin 2:47:41.8 26 Adam Gleba Sultans of Spin CC/Heidelberg 2:59:29.5 Steve Amos Waterloo CC/The Flying Dogs DNF Matthew Sims from Lynden DNF Cam Sommerville from Toronto DNS
For all other categories go to www.wowmtb.com/results.html
Ottawa Race Week
(courtesy Ross D. Knight)
For the first event of race week in Ottawa, Seenite Sports changed its weekly 1 km, flat rectangular course to a 2 km rectangular course with a S turn followed by a short hill. Approximately 52 athletes started the A-race with another 25 in the B-race starting 15 seconds after the A field departed. Both races where uneventful (i.e. all rubber stayed in contact with the ground). From the start the turn and hill strung the field out however the long (1km) straight allowed the packs to reform. Several cash and prize primes where given throught the A-event. There where numerous attacks throughout the race but at the end it all came down to a long sprint.
1st = John Large
2nd = Marc Chiarelli
3rd = John Bence
4th = Julian Hine
5th = Craig Burge
Top Junior = Colin Burn
Wednesday evening is the second event of the week with sprints on Rochester Street. Thursday evening is the regular OBS time trial. The culmination of the week is the Carleton Place Criterium on Saturday followed by the classic Preston Street Criterium on Sunday. For more Info contact Doug Corner at email@example.com.
Source for Sports Ontario Cup Track Event #1
(courtesy Ralph Neumann)
Ontario Team Trials - Sunday June 25, 2000.
SCHWINN CANADA, NORTH AMERICAN BICI, INTERSPORTS INC., TALAMASCA MANAGEMENT INC.
Schedule of Events
9:30 - 10:15 Registration
250m Standing Start TT (2 Rides) - Sr. Men
1000m TT - Jr. Men
500m TT - Women, Masters
500m Flying Start TT (2 rides) - Sr. Men
4000m Ind. Pursuit Final - Sr. men
3000m Ind. Pursuit Final- Jr. men
3000m Ind. Pursuit Final- Women
2000m Ind. Pursuit Final- Masters
500m Chariot Race Round 1 - Sr. Men
500m Chariot Race - Jr. men - semi final
500m Chariot Race - women - semi final
500m Chariot Race - masters - semi final
500m Chariot Race Repechage - all cats.
7500m Points Race - Sr. Men
5000m Points Race - Jr. Men
5000m Points Race - Women
5000m Points Race - Masters
500m Chariot Race Semi Final - Sr. Men
500m Chariot Race - Jr. men - final
500m Chariot Race - women - final
500m Chariot Race - masters - final
500m Chariot Race Repechage - Sr. Men
*Miss & Out - Sr. Men
*Miss & Out - Other Cats. Combined
4:15 - Chariot Race Final - Sr. Men
1. This event will be run as an Omnium with the top 5 finishers in each final earning 7,5,3,2,1 points towards the overall classification. Top 3 finishers will receive medals.
2. All entrants will be eligible to win 1 of 8 draw prizes totaling over $400 value.
* Not a Provincial team selection event. Is used towards O-Cup Omnium.
ENTRY FEE: Juniors $20.00, Other Cats. $25.00
For more details contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Provincial Team Selection
The team will be comprised of the following riders:
Jr. Women - 2, Sr. Women - 2, Jr. Men - 4, Sr. Men (sprint) - 3, Sr. Men (endurance) - 2
Jr./Sr. Women & Jr. Men will receive automatic selection by winning two selection events. Riders participating in Team events will be given priority over those participating only in individual events. Riders achieving the following time standards will fill additional places:
Jr. Women 47sec.
Sr. Women 45 sec.
Jr. Men 1min 21 sec.
Jr. Women 4min 30 sec.
Sr. Women 4min 23 sec.
Jr. Men 4min 18 sec.
Sr. Men will be selected to compete in sprint or endurance (or both) events.
Sprint riders will be selected based on 250m/500m TT and Chariot Race Final.
Endurance riders will be selected based on Points Race and 4000m IP.
The selection committee appointed by Norman Shiel will announce the team immediately following the awards ceremony.
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