Posted by Editor on 10/17/00
Tentative Canada Cup 2001 Schedule
The following schedule is completely unofficial, since the Development Committee of the CCA is not meeting to finalize the calendar for another two and a half weeks. However, we believe that, barring organizers withdrawing or other similar occurrences, it will be the Canada Cup schedule for next year.
June 9-10 Hardwood Hills, Ontario XC #1 only
June 16-17 Mont Tremblant, Quebec XC #2, DH#1
June 23-24 Poley Mtn, New Brunswick DH#2
June 29-July 8 Whistler Summer Session/World Cup (XC/DH/DL)
July 21-22 Fernie Canada Cup, B.C. XC #3, DH #3
July 216-17 Canmore, Alberta XC #4 only
July 28-29 Silver Star, B.C. DH #4 only
August 4-5 Kamloops, B.C. Mountain Bike Nationals
August 11-12 Vancouver, B.C. Canada Cup Final (XC #5, DH #5)
Ontario Coaches Forum
Saturday Nov. 4th, 2000
4:00 to 6:00 pm
Hardwood Hills, Barrie
The purpose of the coaches' forum is to present the 2001 OCA High Performance and allow opportunity for coaches from all cycling disciplines to get together and discuss the future direction of athlete development.
4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
1. Presentation of 2001 OCA HP Plan by Glenn Meeuwisse and Tara Mulder
incl. - 2001 carding criteria, 2001 projects
2. Presentation of 2001 Canada Games Program by Canada Games Staff
3. Open Forum for discussion as to coaching and athlete development
issues for Ontario
6:00 to 7:00 p.m. optional dinner
7:00 p.m. Special Presentation by Juerg Feldman on how he has used the gathering of information over the past five years to work towards Geoff Kabush's success at the Sydney Olympics.
The coaches' forum has no charge.
The dinner is $10.00 hosted by the Trails End Cafe at Hardwood Hills
The Presentation by Juerg is $25.00
The dinner and presentation must be confirmed and paid by Nov. 1, 200
Please email or call Glenn Meeuwisse to RSVP.
Borden 'Cross - Ontario
Directions from Toronto,
Take Highway 400 to Highway 90 (at Barrie)
Go west to CFB Borden / Angus (15 km) follow the signs.
Stay on the main road and go through the main business area of Angus, it leads right to the Base.
Go straight through once you get to the Base, this is Cambrai Road.
Stay on Cambrai Road until Falaise Rd.
Turn right and go past the Fire Hall (on the right) and McDonalds (on the left) to the Rod and Gun Club.
If you get lost, look for signs that point to McDonalds and the Rod and Gun Club (the signs are small so slow down and look for the Golden Arches).
Spectators may wish to go the Base Hospital Parking lot to the Start/Finish area. If so turn right at the Fire Hall and look for the Hospital on the Left. We have a great location map provided by the Base Environmental Department that will show the best vantage points.
Obey speed limits on the Base!
If you are coming from the south or west, the Alliston Gate and the Lisle Gates are open. From Lisle the Rod and Gun Club is on the right about 5.5 k from the gate. From Alliston look for Falaise Road and turn left (just past McDonalds)
Sr. men and Vet A's 13:00
All others 11:00
Kids event at 12:30
Contact John Easton at 705 722 4492 weekdays or 705-689-2456 after office hours.
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