Canadian Cyclist Cervelo S2 24-7 2 - March 29
   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
 


 

 

 
Quebec tourism Banner CC - April 16
 

Daily News


 

May 31/97 19:07 pm - Finistere, Track World Cup, Canada Cup DH#1, Euro Results


Posted by Editor on 05/31/97
 

Tour du Finistere, France (Follow up story to Samplonius‚ win - thanks to J.L. and Wayne Langton)

ANNE SAMPLONIUS ... SUPRISE GUEST !

Anne Samplonius is still smiling about it ... Imagine, the Canadian,
23rd in the GC played a trick on all the favorites by getting away, 3km
from the finish line. She succeeded to do what a lot of others had tried
without success.

Samplonious, winner of this classic in '94, sped away from the first 10
racers in the GC who were all together.

STAGE: Briec - Le Drennec, 111.6 km

1. Anne Samplonius (Can) 2:59:15
2. A. Caillie (Fr) at 0:17
3. Z. Stagourskaia (Biel) at 0:22
4. Y. MacGregor (Eng);
5. H. Kupfernagel (Ger)
6. D. Demet (USA)
7. P. Schuster (USA)
8. H. Jensen (Den)
9. E. Chevanne-Brunel (Fr)
10. J. Polikeviciute (Lit)
11. M. Jorgensen (Den)
12. K. Langton (Can) all S.T.

GC:

1. Hanka Kupfernagel (Ger) in 11: 49:29
2. R. Polikeviciute (Lit) at 0:32
3. P. Schuster at 4:59
4. Y. MacGregor at 5:24
5. E. Chevanne-Brunel at 5:44
6. K. Langton at 5:49

11. A. Samplonius at 6:11


NOTHSTEIN ADVANCES IN KEIRIN COMPETITION AT WORLD TRACK CUP IN TREXLERTOWN

For Immediate Release, May 31, 1997
Contact: Frank Stanley, USCF Communications Manager, (610) 395-7911

TREXLERTOWN, Pa. -- World champion Marty Nothstein easily advanced in the
keirin qualifying Saturday during the final day of the UCI World Track Cup at
the Lehigh Valley Velodrome in Trexlertown, Pa.

Competing in his hometown, Nothstein moved into the 12-rider semifinals,
along with match sprint champion Darryn Hill (Australia) and Frederic Magne
(France), the 1995 world champion in the event. Canadian Doug Baron has also qualified. The semifinals and finals are Saturday night.

Elsewhere, Rasa Mazeikyte (Lithuania) qualified first into the finals of the
women‚s individual pursuit with a time of three minutes, 45.452 seconds.
Mazeikyte will face Lucy Tyler-Sharman (Australia), the world silver
medalist, in the final. American Rebecca Twigg, Colorado Springs, Colo.,
qualified third and will face world champion Antonella Bellutti of Italy in
the bronze medal ride. Three-time world champion Jeannie Longo of France was
fifth.

Greece, winners of the Olympic sprint at the first round of the UCI World
Track Cup in Cali, Colombia, last week, qualified first in that event with a
time of one minute, 4.561 seconds, and will face France for the gold medal.
Poland and New Zealand will compete for the bronze medal.

Finals will also take place in the Madison and the women‚s match sprint. In
the latter event, world and Olympic champion Felicia Ballanger of France
faces Olympic silver medalist Michelle Ferris of Australia in one semifinal,
while Galina Enioukhina of Russia will face Canadian Tanya Dubnicoff in the
other semifinal. Enioukhina won the first round of the World Cup in Colombia.

The competition concludes with tonight‚s action. In the team overall
competition, Australia leads with 51 points, Russia is second with 46 points
and the United States has 45.

UCI WORLD TRACK CUP, May 31, Lehigh Valley Velodrome, Trexlertown, Pa.

Keirin, Semifinal Qualifiers
Marty Nothstein, Trexlertown, Pa.; Darryn Hill, Australia; Frederic Magne, France; Peter Jacques, Great Britain; Ivan Vrba, Czechoslovakia; Brian Dandanell, Denmark; Eyk Pokorny, Germany; Doug Baron, Canada; Venanzio De Panflis, Italy; Darren McKenzie-Potter, New Zealand; Gene Samuel, Trinidad; Luciano Jose Ardana, Argentina.

Olympic Sprint, Qualifying Results
1. Greece, 1 minute, 2.535 secs; 2. France, 1:03.348; 3. Poland, 1:03.445; 4.
New Zealand, 1:03.971.

Greece and France compete for gold medal; Poland and New Zealand for bronze
medal.

Women's Individual Pursuit Qualifying
1. Rasa Mazeikyte, Lithuania, three minutes, 45.452 secs; 2. Lucy Tyler-Sharman, Australia, 3:45.883; 3. Rebecca Twigg, Colorado Springs, Colo., 3:48.626; 4. Antonella Bellutti, Italy, 3:49.647.
Mazeikyte and Tyler-Sharman compete for gold medal; Twigg and Bellutti compete for bronze medal.


SPECIALIZED All Seasons CANADA CUP

Canadian Cyclist DOWNHILL, Boler Mountain, London

Nearly 175 riders took part in the first Canada Cup of the year, at Boler Mountain ski hill in London, Ontario. Riders described the 1 kilometre course as well laid out and tricky. After the riders left the starting gate they almost immediately went into a sharp left and down one of the steepest pitches of the run - a bad line here meant losing valuable time. The middle part of the course saw numerous crashes, as riders tried to carry too much speed through the switchbacks and over the BMX-like berms. One double berm in particular cost many riders (who did not managed to jump both) time. The final 250 metres was a flatout sprint along a hardpacked dirt road to the finish line.

Top Canadian downhillers Elladee Brown and Andrew Shandro were absent, competing in Europe on the World Cup circuit. However, this left the gate open for lesser known riders to show their stuff. In the Junior Expert Men‚s event, the winner was B.C. rider Dustin Adams (Norco), whose time of 1:10.78 was barely half a second slower than the fastest Elite rider. Adams is a new face to easterners, however, we are sure to see and hear lots more about this rider. As expected, Damiann Skelton (Norco) was the winner of the Elite women‚s race, her time of 1:18.65 nearly 2 seconds ahead of second place Roz Voss ((KHS Ryders/RST/MRP). The Elite men‚s winner was a complete surprise to everyone, including himself! Dylan Lanspeary (OGC-Fisher) is a southern Ontario cross-country racer from flat Windsor, competing in his first downhill. He said after the race that his downhill training consisted of riding the 200‚ high mound of dirt and garbage that the city of Windsor is building! Lanspeary turned in the fastest time of the day - 1:10.23, with Fredericton rider Trevor Porter (Team Marin) second (third fastest time of the day) at 1:10.99, and George Cobham third (1:11.48).

Tomorrow the cross-country races take place on a 10 kilometer circuit, with the main events going off at around noon. Rain (which held off today until just after the last rider) could play a major factor, if it continues. Talking to Elites Bill Hurley (Schwinn) and Eric Tourville (Oryx), they said that if it gets muddy every hill will become a run. This will favour cyclo-crossers, such as Hurley.

Results

Cadet (15-16) Sport Men

1 NIELSEN, Matthew ON from / a Bracebridge 1:19.94
2 TROTT, Jeremey ON from / a Wasaga Beach 1:22.07
3 BEAUDRY, Miko ON from / a Bracebridge 1:29.30

Cadet (15-16) Women

1 LOBODZINSKI, Katherine ON RACER SPORTIF / London 1:33.41

Junior (17-18) Sport Men

1 MCNABB, Kirk ON from Stayner 1:20.06
2 MCGUIRE, Brandon ON from Oakville 1:21.30
3 WEX, Simon ON from London 1:21.67
4 BILLINGHURST, Adam ON from Bracebridge 1:21.99
5 FREEMAN, Jamie ON from Millgrove 1:22.64
6 RICE, Graham ON from Burlington 1:23.74
7 PARK, Justin ON from Leamington 1:24.99
8 COSTIGAN, Mike ON FREEWHEEL CYCLE / Dundas 1:26.50
9 BARNICKE, Michael ON from Toronto 1:28.02
10 BODDEN, Nathan ON from Burlington 1:30.41
11 MELANSON, Joel ON from Burlington 1:33.53
12 BARTEL, Jeremy ON from Leamington 1:37.40
13 KARAS, Greg ON 1:38.45
14 GRACE, Geoff ON from Toronto 1:41.84

Junior (17-18) Women

1 HUARD, Kim PQ NESTEA/SONIC / Granby 1:30.23

Under 23 (19-22) Sport Men

1 DUBE, Charles Antoine PQ BRAULT BICYCLE 1:18.24
2 DESCHAMPS, Francois Michel PQ K.H.S./ Montreal 1:18.30
3 BROWN, Darren ON from Burlington 1:19.92
4 PECASKIE, Ron ON ZIGGY'S CC INC. / Kitchener 1:20.02
5 LEIGH, Jeff ON SPOKES 'N' SLOPES / Milton 1:20.73
6 MILNE, Peter ON from Peterborough 1:23.48
7 MAKHAM, Kenneth ON from Toronto 1:26.01
8 DREYER, Andrew ON from Aurora 1:29.13
9 DOMBROSKI, Colin ON from Barrie 1:30.67
10 WOODS, Jason ON from Amherstburg 1:30.90
11 DOMINICHETTI, Mike ON FREEWHEELCYCLE/Burlington 1:31.97
12 BURGER, Mark ON from Milton 2:00.98

Senior (23-29) Sport Men

1 VERSEGHY, Mike ON from Ajax 1:16.74
2 BOSIGER, Roland ON 1:17.28
3 MCKAIN, Tom ON from Kitchener 1:18.72
4 TIERNEY, Ian ON 1:18.88
5 STEWART, Sean ON 1:19.55
6 ADAMO, Vince ON from Hamilton 1:19.61
7 CRAMP, Daye ON from Brampton 1:23.56
8 CICHAN, Dave ON BIG COUNTRY / Richmond Hill 1:24.07
9 CLARK, Robert ON from Oakville 1:24.66
10 BROUNSTEIN, Nathan ON from London 1:25.18
11 ROCKEY, Dan ON from Barrie 1:26.11
12 FABRO, Chris ON from Aurora 1:27.36
13 BOYD, Bradley ON from Newmarket 1:27.36
14 WISEMAN, Tim ON from Markham 1:27.93
15 COOK, Ryan ON 1:55.35
16 SO, Dan ON from London 1:57.08
17 LANDRY, Marc ON from Ottawa DNF
18 642 ATASOY, Taylor ON from London DNF

Senior (19-29) Sport Women

1 CHOCQUETTE, Julie PQ Balfa/LouisGarneau/Montreal 1:36.02
2 DEZIEL, Shanda ON ROCKET (Essex Kent O.R.C.T) 1:39.58

Veteran (30-39) Sport Men

1 WEBB, Lance ON from / a Huntsville 1:18.15
2 WEBER, Markus ON from / a London 1:19.64
3 VOLK, Ray ON 1:19.89
4 COULTER, Bill ON 1:24.32
5 BIRO, John ON from / a Newmarket 1:25.83
6 THOMSON, Scott ON OWEN SOUND CC / Owen Sound 1:25.97
7 MIFEK, George ON from / a London 1:25.98
8 SIMARD, Dan ON from / a Woodstock 1:28.20
9 MYDDELTON, Michael ON CYCLEPATH RT / Barrie 1:30.83
10 VARGA, David ON from / a Toronto 1:34.61
11 MILLER, Ian ON from / a Owen Sound 1:35.78

Master (40-49) Sport Men

1 BEST, Jim ON from / a Scarborough 1:33.41

Cadet (15-16) Expert Men

1 LAURIN, Mathieu PQ Le Suroit/7 Jours/Vaudreuil 1:18.96
2 OUVRAD, Julien PQ DERY-TOYOTA 1:19.34
3 BELANGER, Eric PQ DURAND SPORT 1:19.96
4 GOSNELL, Matt ON from / a London 1:22.89
5 MCNABB, Benjamin ON OGC-PEDROS / Stayner 1:24.24
6 THOMAS, Jason ON CYCLEPATH RT / Peterborough 1:42.34

Junior (17-18) Expert Men

1 ADAMS, Dustin BC Team Norco / Kamloops 1:10.78
2 LITSTER, Shawn BC RIDERS CYCLE RACING 1:13.27
3 LYON, Brant ON 1:14.10
4 PEJRIL, Tony BC OGC-SILVERSTAR-GREYHOUND 1:15.20
5 NEUMANN, Ondrej ON OGC-FISHER/Mississauga 1:17.09
6 MUIO, Brent ON from / a Sault Ste Marie 1:17.54
7 COUSINEAU, Chris ON from / a Maryhill 1:17.88
8 SEBEL, Dylan BC OGC Fisher / Mission 1:18.64
9 MENARD, Dominick PQ 1:18.68
10 MCLEAN, Peter ON from / a St Marys 1:20.27
11 BOGLE, Ted ON from / a Burlington 1:21.68
12 LEFEBVRE, Alain PQ Bromont AVP / St. Eustache 1:24.38
13 ROY, Vincent PQ SYMBIOSIS 1:29.97
14 LOBODZINSKI, Michael ON OGC-FISHER / London 1:30.34

Senior (19-29) Expert Men

1 SHUTT, Jesse PQ MARTIN SWISS / Hull 1:13.03
2 BEATTIE, Doug ON from / a Burlington 1:13.89
3 TEMPANY, Ted ON Evolution 1:15.05
4 COULOUMB, Philip ON MONT VELO - Diamond Back 1:16.49
5 GRAVEL-MENARD, Karl PQ NESTEA/SONIC/Sherbrooke 1:17.41
6 IRWIN, Mike ON from / a Peterborough 1:17.78
7 NOTTELMAN, Thomas BC Marin/Tucker Rocky 1:18.04
8 KATAGIRI, Adam PQ K.H.S. / Montreal 1:18.54
9 KOSMRLJ, Robert ON from / a Toronto 1:19.42
10 LOWES, Brent ON from / a Toronto 1:19.62
11 DRAPER, Chris ON K.H.S. / North Bay 1:19.98
12 EZINGA, Ben AB Mountain Bike City/Kona 1:20.11
13 DESNOYERS, Alexandre PQ NERON SPORTS 1:20.51
14 GROS-LOUIS, Iani Durand PQ DURAND SPORT 1:21.30
15 ADAMS, Andrew PQ MARTIN SWISS 1:22.46
16 HOSHOWATIUK, Jerold PQ ROCKY MOUNTAIN 1:23.44
17 MESSIER, Benoit PQ ROCKY MOUNTAIN 1:29.09
18 JEAN, Marc St. ON FREEWHEEL CYCLE / Dundas 1:31.57
19 FLATTERS, Noel ON SPEED RIVER BICYCLES / Guelph 1:35.68
20 BEAUPEGAR, Francois PQ BRAULT BICYCLE DNF

Senior (19-29) Expert Women

1 WILLIAMS, Dionne MB A+l CLUB TEAD/Rocky Mountain 1:25.68

Veteran (30+) Expert Men

1 DESJARDINS, Christian PQ ProMontagne/Dery Toyota 1:19.79
2 CLIVE, Jerry ON KONA:THE FLYING DOGS/WATERLOO 1:20.15
3 HUBBERT, John ON from / a Barrie 1:23.55
4 FAIRFULL, Mark ON from / a Guelph 1:24.40
5 MOIR, Stewart ON from / a Stouffville 1:26.01
6 PERRON, Michel PQ from / a St. Hilaire 1:28.42
7 DABROWSKY, Tom ON from / a Richmond Hill DNF

Pro-Elite Men

1 LANSPEARY, Dylan ON OGC-FISHER / Windsor 1:10.23
2 PORTER, Trevor NB TEAM MARIN / Fredericton 1:10.99
3 COBHAM, George ON from / a Acton 1:11.48
4 ZABLOTNY, Pete AB TEAM NORCO 1:11.70
5 HIRST, Mike PQ ROCKY MOUNTAIN / Hull 1:11.75
6 SMITH, Jason ON from / a Oakville 1:11.94
7 NATALI, Antoine PQ Club Cycliste Balfa 1:12.31
8 BENNY,Christopher ON WOODSTOCKMTBCLUB/Woodstock 1:12.33
9 PINTO, Matt BC OGC-SILVERSTAR-GREYHOUND 1:12.47
10 PRUDHOMME, Francois PQ DeryToyota/SportMaximum 1:12.50
11 BAUCKHAM, Joe ON GT / Collingwood 1:12.66
12 NICKULL, Duane BC TEAM NORCO 1:12.69
13 JONES, Michael BC Mongoose West / Victoria 1:13.65
14 MARCOTTE,Vincent PQ ROCKYMOUNTAIN/Beaconsfield 1:13.80
15 SAKWI, Darren MB TEAM MANITOBA / Winnipeg 1:14.17
16 LECOMPE, Andre PQ BALFA 1:14.47
17 ONYSCHUK, Chad BC 1:14.70
18 JAKOMAIT, Dustin ON from / a Sault Ste Marie 1:14.84
19 WOODWARD, Warren BC KARPIEL DESIGN 1:15.28
20 COLBECK, Chris BC TEAM DEKERF / Pemberton, BC 1:15.30
21 SALKAUSKIS, Julian ON from / a Toronto 1:15.66
22 MAILHOT, Jean Francois PQ BROMONT AVP/Bromont 1:16.15
23 BAKER, Mark ON from / a London 1:16.24
24 ROCKALL, Jonathan ON ROCKY MOUNTAIN / Ottawa 1:16.27
25 HOLZHUTER, Peter ON from / a Ottawa 1:16.36
26 WELLS, Mark N ON FREEWHEEL CYCLE / Grimsby 1:16.36
27 BELANGER, Fred PQ Martin Swiss/Mavic / DdO 1:16.55
28 HEAVER, James ON from / a Newmarket 1:16.99
29 BARRON, Sean ON NESTEA/SONIC CYCLE/Etobicoke 1:17.13
30 WELLS, Justin ON from / a Toronto 1:17.37
31 WALKER, David ON from / a Burlington 1:17.50
32 LUEDEMANN, Phil PQ 1:17.66
33 VERMANDER, Eric ON from / a Gloucester 1:17.99
34 GAGNE, Jean-Martin PQ from / a Blainville 1:18.04
35 BEAUREGARD, Eric PQ Dery Toyota/Sport Maximum 1:18.21
36 NOONAN, Sean ON from / a Toronto 1:18.21
37 VAN DUSEN, Michael J ON from / a Streetsville 1:18.49
38 GUITE, Sebastien PQ BALFA / Hull 1:18.61
39 WELLS, Dathan ON from / a Toronto 1:18.73
40 HORNE, Matt ON from / a Burlington 1:18.83
41 SUMMACH, John ON from / a Burlington 1:20.13
42 TOWERS, Michael ON from / a Mississauga 1:21.79
43 CSEFF, Eric ON from / a Milton 1:22.49
44 BUCKRELL, Chris BC K.H.S. SPY/NO FEAR/RST/MRP 1:28.92
45 MELANSON, Mathieu PQ 1:29.25
46 YOUNGBLUT, Steve ON from / a Burlington 1:32.78

Pro-Elite Women

1 SKELTON, Damiann BC TEAM NORCO 1:18.65
2 VOSS, Roz BC K.H.S. RYDERS/RST/MRP 1:20.47
3 BLANCHER, Lorraine BC OGC-SILVERSTAR-GREYHOUND 1:20.73
4 HEGGTVEIT, Catherine ON from / a Ottawa 1:21.72
5 LETARTE, Marie-Claude QC KONA / Baie-Comeau 1:22.55
6 GAMBIN, Cecile ON SCHWINN / Toronto 1:23.30
7 RUTLEY, Christine AB from / a Calgary 1:24.34
8 BOULANNE, Chantal PQ BROMONT AVP / Bromont 1:24.42
9 DONNAN, Fiona ON from / a Streetsville 1:25.47
10 MORROW, Susan ON from / a Streetsville 1:26.38
11 CLINE, Alesisha BC OGC-SILVERSTAR-GREYHOUND 1:26.66
12 GREGORY, Emily PQ from / a Hull 1:29.89
13 KRAFT, Andrea BC BALFA 1:30.18
14 VELLA, Pauline BC TNT / Fernie 1:34.27
15 MOGG, Karen ON from / a Cambridge 1:35.58


GP du Midi Libre, France

Stage 5, Montpellier to Sete-Mont St Clair - 160 km

1. Laurent Brochard (France) Festina 3:46:04
2. Benoit Salmon (France) Lotto at 0:10
3. Davide Rebellin (Italy) Francaise des Jeux 0:14
4. Manuel Beltran-Martinez (Spain) Banesto 0:16
5. Richard Virenque (France) Festina 0:18
6. Francois Simon (France) Gan
7. Rodolfo Massi (Italy) Casino both s.t.
8. Dariusz Baranowski (Poland) US Postal Service 0:20
9. Georg Totschnig (Austria - eds correct) Telekom 0:24
10. Stephane Heulot (France) Francaise des Jeux 0:26

GC

1. Alberto Elli (Italy) Casino 22:16:07
2. Totschnig at 7:42
3. Bart Voskamp (Netherlands) TVM 7:43
4. David Plaza (Spain) Cofidis 7:52
5. Laurent Dufaux (France) Festina 7:55
6. Arturas Kasputis (Lithuania) Casino 9:30
7. Bo Hamburger (Denmark) TVM 11:25
8. Angel Casero Moreno (Spain) Banesto 15:58
9. Massi 18:06
10. Baranowski 18:07


Giro d‚Italia, Italy

Stage 14, Racconigi to Breuil Cervinia - 240 km

1. Ivan Gotti (Italy) Saeco 7:06:32
2. Nicola Miceli (Italy) AKI at 0:39
3. Stefano Garzelli (Italy) Mercatone Uno 1:20
4. Jose Gonzalez (Colombia) Kelme 1:46
5. Pavel Tonkov (Russia) Mapei
6. Leonardo Piepoli (Italy) Ceramiche Refin
7. Alexandre Shefer (Kazakhstan) Asics all s.t.
8. Axel Merckx (Belgium) Polti 1:50
9. Daniele de Paoli (Italy) Ros Mary 3:12
10. Giuseppe Guerini (Italy) Polti 3:14

GC

1. Gotti 65:54:38
2. Tonkov at 0:51
3. Leblanc 3:02
4. Piepoli 3:28
5. Shefer 3:40
6. Miceli 3:45
7. Merckx 5:52
8. Guerini 6:17
9. Serrano 7:41
10. Di Grande 7:56

 


Return to Canadian Cyclist homepage | Back to Top
D'Ornellas (+4767) - July 20
 
Norco Tactic - April 1
 

 
BikeSports - November 17
 

 


 
Dundas Speed Shop - Jan 11 (+524)
 
  


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