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October 28/00 6:20 am - Track Worlds Day 4, Ontario Coach Honoured


Posted by Editor on 10/28/00
 

Track Worlds - Manchester, UK

Day 4 Afternoon Session

Olympic Sprint - Final250M500MFinal
1France (GANE LAURENT, ROUSSEAU FLORIAN, TOURNANT ARNAUD)17.97731.244.62760.501 kph
2Great Britain (HOY CHRIS, MCLEAN CRAIG, QUEALLY JASON)18.01631.30444.96960.041
3Spain (VILLANUEVA JOSE ANTONIO, ESCUREDO RAIMONDEZ JOSE ANTONI, MELIA SALVADOR)18.14531.42445.38259.495
4Japan (FUSHIMI TOSHIAKI, KAMIYAMA YUICHIRO, NAGATSUKA TOMOHIRO)18.06431.49945.4459.419
5Germany (JOHN MATTHIAS, LAUSBERG SOREN, VAN EIJDEN JAN)18.61731.89545.6559.146
6Italy (MEI DOMENICO, CHIAPPA ROBERTO, GENTILLE GABRIELE)18.31931.78945.958.824
7Czech Republic (BURAN PAVEL, HROMADLA MAREK, VRBA IVAN)18.99232.31245.9558.76
8Canada (BARON DOUGLAS, FISHER JAMES, HUDSON KYLE)18.78332.78247.0357.41
Men's 4000M Pursuit
2nd Round1000M2000M3000MFinal
Heat 11LEHMANN JENSGER01:07.502:10.603:14.504:19.155.568 kph
2SOSENKA ONDREJCZE01:10.802:15.103:23.6Caught
Heat 21MOREAU FRANCISFRA01:10.602:16.303:21.804:26.853.972
2ESCOBAR ROURE SERGIOESP01:09.502:15.103:23.004:32.552.852
Heat 31HAYLES ROBERTGBR01:08.702:12.703:17.704:21.255.137
2SLIPPENS ROBERTNED01:10.402:15.803:22.004:28.953.554
Heat 41STEINWEG STEFANGER01:09.202:13.503:17.304:20.955.19
2IIJIMA NORIYUKIJPN01:10.502:20.0 Caught
Women's 3000M Pursuit
Final1000M2000M3000M
1MCGREGOR YVONNEGBR01:15.202:25.003:35.350.169 kph
2ARNDT JUDITHGER01:13.902:24.403:36.549.874
3TCHALYKH ELENARUS01:13.402:24.503:38.049.547
4CLIGNET MARIONFRA01:15.002:26.403:40.548.987
5MAZEIKYTE RASALTU01:16.402:29.103:42.848.47
6KOZLIKOVA LADACZE01:14.502:28.903:43.248.386
7CALLE MARIA LUISACOL01:17.402:30.103:43.948.231
8VAN DER ZEE ANOUSKANED01:17.202:30.403:45.447.916



Ontario Coach Honoured
(courtesy OCA)

Cycling Coach Neil Ross was among a group of elite athletes and coaches honoured with Petro-Canada Olympic Torch Scholarships on October 26th at the Sport Alliance Ontario Building. Neil received a Coaching Scholarship to support his two year program of study for Level IV NCCP certification at the National Coaching Institute. Present at the ceremony were the Honourable Helen Johns, Minister of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation, Robert Bettauer, Director of the National Sports Centre of Toronto, Andy Higgins, Director of the National Coaching Institute of Toronto, Deborah Allen, Executive Director of Communications and Media for the Canadian Olympic Association, and several top executives from Petro-Canada.

In the attached photo, Robert Bettauer, Director of the National Sports Centre of Toronto, Deborah Allen, Executive Director of Communications and Media for the Canadian Olympic Association, the Honourable Helen Johns, Minister of Citizenship, Culture and Recreation, and Neil Ross, Petro-Canada Olympic Torch Coaching Scholarship Recipient, are pictured with one of the Olympic Torches used in the 1997/1998 Olympic Relay.

Neil Ross Bio:
Neil Ross is a coach of the Ontario Cycling Team, and this summer acted as an assistant to National Cycling Coach Yury Kashirin at international cycling competitions in Europe. Neil's goals include creating an infrastructure to support athletes moving from developing to high-performance levels. Neil is taking his Level Four and Five at the National Coaching Institute in Toronto and plans to complete a Doctorate in Applied Exercise Science.

 


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