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July 27/00 12:46 pm - Junior Men UCI Rankings, New York Race, Baron Report


Posted by Editor on 07/27/00
 

UCI Road Rankings - Junior Men

As of July 23, 2000 (after Abitibi)

1MAZUR PeterPOL188 points
2JANIACZYK BlazejPOL105
3ELIJSEN MichaelNED82
4DE VOCHT WimBEL77
5GILBERT PhilippeBEL70
5SIEBERG MarcelGER70
7DE KORT KoenNED65
8VAN HUMMEL KennyNED63
9DE WEERT KevinBEL36
10BODNAR LukaszPOL35
10BROUTT PavelRUS35
10COHNEN StefanNED35
10EICHLER MarkusGER35
10LEBEDEV AndriEST35
22RADEMACHER DustinUSA28
23RETSECK JonUSA25
31ROLLIN DominiqueCAN20
37GILBERT MartinCAN18
44MC CARTY PatrickUSA16
68FERGUSON WalkerUSA9
95CONDRON IanCAN4
99TRETO NathanUSA3
103FREEMAN MichaelUSA2
109STUART JanUSA1



4th Annual Great Lakes Cycling Classic - New York

$7500 Cash Prizelist

Saturday, August 26

East Aurora, New York*

Pro-1-2 Men: $6750 cash to 30 places, plus primes, 36 miles
Start Time: 4 pm
Entry Fee $30 (Canadian $ accepted at face value for Canadian riders)
$5 late fee for race day entries

Category 3-4-masters (combined): $750 cash to 15 places, plus primes, 20 miles
Start Time: 3 pm
Entry Fee $20 (Canadian $ accepted at face value for Canadian riders)
$5 late fee for race day entries

Field Limit: 150 riders/race

Course: A flat. 0.9 mile rectangle. Race is held in conjuction with Toyfest, a village festival that draws more than 50,000 people.

Mail Entries To:
Great Lakes Cycling Classic
103 Maple St.
East Aurora, NY 14052
716/655-4812
(fax) 655-6015

Limited housing available through host familes - contact us ASAP.

Held under USCF race permit.

*The historic village of East Aurora is located 15 miles southeast of Buffalo; or 3 hours west of Binghamton, where the Chris Thater race happens the next day.

Website.


Baron Report From Colombia

I made it to the Bronze medal match in the Sprint last night and rode really well but did not have the legs to beat my opponent and wound up finishing 4th. I was quite tired after the 2 hard sprints and then had to recover and ride in the first round of the keirin. In the keirin I was on the front a little too long but held on to 2nd place by the width of a tire (photo finish). Jim Fisher also qualified for the semi final in the keirin.

Tonight we have the Olympic Sprint which I believe we can win and the semi final and final of the keirin.
More to follow....

Doug Baron
Canadian National Track Cycling Team /Team Shaklee

 


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