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July 14/17 9:36 am - BC Superweek - Giro di Burnaby results


Posted by Editoress on 07/14/17
 

Beveridge Takes Second BC Superweek Win

Rally Cycling continues to dominate the women's competition at BC Superweek, with another win on Thursday at the Giro di Burnaby.

Recently crowned national road champion Allison Beveridge is a decorated track cyclist for Canada, appearing on the podium in numerous international events since 2011, including last summer at the Rio Olympics where she she was part of the squad that won bronze in the Team Pursuit. With the way she's riding at BC Superweek this year, the Calgary product, who rides for Rally Cycling, looks set to breakthrough in road racing - if she hasn't already.

The 24-year-old won the 10th anniversary of the Giro di Burnaby on Thursday night in a bunch sprint, just ahead of Leah Kirchmann, who was second overall in the UCI Women's WorldTour rankings last year. Beveridge's win continued a dominant week for the Rally Cycling team, as their signature orange jersey has been on the podium eight times so far through six BC Superweek races, including three first place finishes. They rode aggressive on Thursday night, confident in going for it on a bunch sprint.

 

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Beveridge wins the sprint over Leah Kirchmann

 


"We were just trying to read the race and put in digs, and even if things weren't going to get away, we just tried to put a bit of pressure on," said Beveridge. "All these girls have been so great, and we've had quite a few different riders on the podium - it's a lot of fun to come out here and race. I think everyone kind of questions who's sprinting on which day because we have so many sprinters and so many cards to play, and it's just been a really fun week."

Beveridge experienced a major international breakthrough at the second Track World Cup stop of 2015-16 when she won omnium gold in Cambridge, New Zealand. It was her first individual World Cup victory in just her second career World Cup omnium start. She went on to finish fourth in the omnium at the 2016 UCI World Championships. That speed served her well on the 40-lap, 45.6 kilometre circuit in Burnaby's historic Heights neighbourhood on Wednesday.

"I love Burnaby, I really like this course, and this is my third time doing it. Every year it's the same - great crowd, really fun bike course, that 180 hairpin always puts a good swing in the mix so it's a lot of fun out here," a beaming Beveridge said.

Of the eight BC Superweek podium finishes, Beveridge now has three of them - the win in Burnaby along with a second place finish in the MK Delta Lands Criterium in North Delta last Friday and a third place finish in the Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix on Wednesday. She also had a fifth place finish last Saturday at the Tour de Delta's Ladner Criterium.

The second place finish is Kirchmann's first podium appearance at BC Superweek this year. She is one of Canada's marquee women's road cyclists and a five time Canadian National Criterium Champion, including this year. Kirchmann was also third at the inaugural edition of La Course by Le Tour de France in 2014. The 27-year-old is riding BC Superweek without a team and realized early on that she would have to take her chances on the last lap.

"It was pretty aggressive all day, but after halfway through the race I noticed most of the sprinter teams were trying to keep it together. From that point, I just knew I should probably try to conserve and go all in for the sprint," she said.

In third was Josie Talbot, riding for ISCorp p/b Progress. The Aussie, who now lives in the U.S., won the Junior team pursuit world title and two bronze medals at the 2014 Junior Track World Championships. She has two top-10 finishes so far at BC Superweek this year, including third place at last Saturday's Ladner Criterium. She was also fifth in Sunday's White Spot | Delta Road Race.

 

 

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Women's podium

 

 

Men's Race

Teams and riders from Australasia are certainly making their presence felt at BC Superweek this year, and it continued on Thursday in the men's race as Campbell Stewart, riding for Cycling New Zealand, won the 10th anniversary edition of the Giro di Burnaby presented by Appia Development. In second was Aussie Liam Magennis, who is riding for the New South Wales Institute of Sport.

Stewart, Magennis, and American rider Brendan Rhim broke away from the pack with less than 15 laps to go in the 50-lap, 57 kilometre circuit, and the trio held on to take the top three podium positions. Stewart and Magennis are just two of a number of riders from Australia and New Zealand who have been on the podium at BC Superweek. In total, eleven of the 36 podium positions in the six series events thus far have been claimed by riders from the two nations.

The course at the Giro di Burnaby was shortened this year, so each lap was only 1.14 kilometres and once Stewart, Magennis and Rhim broke away, they worked hard to keep the pack at bay.

 

Stewart easily takes the win over Magennis

 

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Men's podium



"I guess I just kind of picked some strong guys. They were awesome out there and just the way that we worked together was perfect," said the 19-year-old Stewart. "I think we had a few head looks during the last four to five laps. We just looked around at each other, sussing each other out and seeing what was going to happen. I guess we were pretty far cooked by then so it took a while to get to the finish, but it was good."

The Giro di Burnaby is famous for the generosity of the businesses and the crowds with thousands of dollars in primes available - which the three men in the break won the lion's share of throughout the race - but there wasn't talk of collusion to split the winnings between them.

"We each knew we were going to go for first, second, and third eventually and fight through it. It was every man for himself," Stewart explained. "I've known Liam Magennis for quite a few years now and I know how strong he is. As soon as I jumped into that break with him, I knew that I was pretty much sorted."

It's the second podium appearance at BC Superweek for Stewart after he placed second in Tuesday's New West Grand Prix. For Magennis' part, the 2017 Oceania Continental U23 Individual Time Trial champion set the pace early in Wednesday's race, being in the lead or the break for every lap. He used a similar strategy in last year's Choices Markets Criterium during the Tour de White Rock, when he went off the front of the pack just three laps into the race en route to the win.

"It definitely felt like it. I knew those boys would ride it to the line, they're both pretty quick, but Cam's just a freak, I've never seen anyone as strong and as fast as him," the 20-year-old from Port Macquarie, Australia said.

Rhim was just over a second behind Stewart and Magennis in third. The 21-year-old from Greenville, South Carolina has overcome a ton of adversity to get to where he is in his cycling career. Right before joining the Holowesko|Citadel team, he had a bad crash, broke his collarbone and hurt his knee. He actually signed his pro contract with Holowesko while in a wheelchair.


BC Superweek continues on Friday with the PoCo Grand Prix presented by Dominion Lending Centres. The women's race starts at 6:45 pm and the men begin at 7:50 pm.

Report courtesy Brian Wiebe - BC Superweek

Photos by Rik Fedyck

 

Results from the Giro di Burnaby held in Burnaby BC on July 13th

Pro/1/2/3 Women
1 Allison Beveridge (Can) Rally Cycling - Women 1:09:02
2 Leah Kirchmann (Can) Team Sunweb
3 Josie Talbot (Aus) ISCorp p/b Progress
4 Elizabeth Williams (Aus) Hagens Berman | Supermint
5 Maggie Coles-Lyster (Can) TaG Cycling Race Team
6 Joelle Numainville (Can) Cylance Cycling Team
7 Racquel Sheath (NZl) Cycling New Zealand
8 Jamie Gilgen (Can) Rise Racing
9 Devaney Collier (Can) Independent
10 Sara Bergen (Can) Rally Cycling - Women
11 Kendelle Hodges (Aus) Colavita - Bianchi
12 Rachel Langdon (GBr) ISCorp p/b Progress
13 Monica Volk (USA) Rally Cycling - Women
14 Meghan Grant (Can) Independent
15 Julie Kuliecza (USA) Hagens Berman | Supermint
16 Holly Edmondston (NZl) Cycling New Zealand
17 Marie-Soleil Blais (Can) Independent
18 Sarah Coney (Can) Fluevog's Crit Nasty all s.t.
19 Caroline Baur (Sui) ISCorp p/b Progress 1:09:08
20 Haley Gill (Can) Glotman Simpson Cycling
21 Rachel Canning (Can) Fluevog's Crit Nasty both s.t.
22 Janna Gillick (Can) Glotman Simpson Cycling 1:09:10
23 Anna Talman (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing
24 Emily Flynn (Can) The Cyclery - 4iiii
25 Anna Booth (Aus) CBR Women's Cycling Team
26 Margot Clyne (USA) UBC Cycling Team all s.t.
27 Anika Todd (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing 1:09:12
28 Callie Swan (Can) TaG Cycling Race Team
29 Mary Maroon (USA) JAKROO presented by CHROME INDUSTRIES
30 Carolyn Russell (Can) Pender Racing p/b BICICLETTA
31 Bryony Botha (NZl) Cycling New Zealand
32 Eloise Vaughan (Aus) CBR Women's Cycling Team
33 Amelie Bruneau (Can) The Cyclery - 4iiii
34 Sara Giovannetti (Can) The Cyclery - 4iiii
35 Karlee Gendron (Can) Rise Racing
36 Emily Rodger (Can) Independent
37 Dafne Theroux-Izquierdo (Can) Desjardins-Ford
38 Hannah Shell (USA) ISCorp p/b Progress
39 Gillian Ellsay (Can) Team Colavita | Bianchi Pro Cycling p/b Vittoria Tires
40 Helena Coney (Can) Fluevog's Crit Nasty
41 Anna Gabrielle (Gabby) Traxler (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing
42 Jennifer Tetrick (USA) Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank
43 Emma Lujan (Can) Glotman Simpson Cycling
44 Anne Ouellet (Can) Fluevog's Crit Nasty
45 Megan Heath (USA) Rally Cycling - Women all s.t.
46 Madeleine Park (Aus) Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank 1:09:18
47 Chloe Mcintosh (Aus) CBR Women's Cycling Team
48 Emily Spence (Can) Mellow Mushroom both s.t.
49 Joanie Caron (Can) Fluevog's Crit Nasty 1:09:26
50 Suzanne Hamilton (Can) The Cyclery - 4iiii 1:09:30
51 Erin J Attwell (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing s.t.
52 Carrie Cartmill (Can) Rise Racing 1:09:36
DNF Kelsey Macdonald (Can) Fluevog's Crit Nasty
DNF Ariane Bonhomme (Can) The Cyclery - 4iiii
DNF Catherine Ouellette (Can) The Cyclery - 4iiii
DNF Rebecca Cohen (Can) Glotman Simpson Cycling
DNF Heather Fischer (USA) Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank
DNF Kassandra Kriarakis (Can) Rise Racing
DNF Joyce Spruyt (Can) Rise Racing
DNF Holly Simonson (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing
DNF Kendall Ryan (USA) Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank
DNF Lora Genaille (Can) Pender Racing p/b BICICLETTA
DNF Isabella Bertold (Can) TaG Cycling Race Team
DNF Allyson Gillard (Can) Desjardins-Ford
DNF Kristen Kit (Can) Broad Street Cycles
DNF Emily Newsom (USA) Team Elevate Racing
DNS Gillian Carleton (Can) The Cyclery - 4iiii
DNS Kinley Gibson (Can) The Cyclery - 4iiii
DNS Kirsti Lay (Can) Rally Cycling - Women
DNS Lily Williams (USA) Rally Cycling - Women
DNS Ashley Barson (Can) Rise Racing
DNS Miriam Brouwer (Can) Rise Racing
DNS Michele Schaeffer (USA) Trek Red Truck Racing
DNS Michaela Drummond (NZl) Cycling New Zealand
DNS Elyse Fraser (NZl) Cycling New Zealand
DNS Nicolle Bruderer (Gua) Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank
DNS Liza Rachetto (USA) Hagens Berman | Supermint
DNS Rebecca Stephens (Aus) CBR Women's Cycling Team
DNS Grace Anderson (NZl) Independent
DNS Alizee Brien (Can) Independent
DNS Ione Johnson (NZl) Independent
DNS Jasmin Duehring (Can) Sho-Air Twenty20
 
Pro/1/2 Men
1 Campbell Stewart (NZl) Cycling New Zealand 1:15:42
2 Liam Magennis (Aus) New South Wales Institute of Sport at s.t.
3 Brendan Rhim (USA) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team 1:15:42
4 Davide Vigano (Ita) Team Cinelli Chrome 1:16:04
5 Steve Fisher (USA) Hangar 15 Bicycles
6 Elliott Doyle (Can) Garneau Quebecor
7 Trevor O'Donnell (Can) Toronto Hustle
8 Emile Jean (Can) Silber Pro Cycling
9 Todd Satchell (Aus) Kallisto FCV p/b Peloton Contracting Cycling Team
10 Owen Gillott (Aus) Storck-CCN
11 Felix Cote-Bouvette (Can) Garneau Quebecor
12 Ryan Aitcheson (Can) First Internet Bank Cycling
13 Florenz Knauer (Ger) Stradalli Safatti
14 Kurt Penno (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing
15 Pier-Andre Cote (Can) Silber Pro Cycling
16 Ed Veal (Can) Real Deal Racing
17 Michael Van Den Ham (Can) Garneau - Easton Cycling
18 Anton Varabei (Can) Toronto Hustle
19 Evan Murphy (USA) Toronto Hustle
20 Jordan Gilmore (NZl) Independent
21 Wolfgang Brandl (Ger) Movistar Team Ecuador
22 Ryan Macanally (Aus) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team
23 Jordann Jones (Can) North Coast Lumber 1 p.b Giant White Rock
24 Mitchell Ketler (Can) Smart Savvy+
25 Tom Sexton (NZl) Cycling New Zealand
26 Peter Foerster (Ger) Stradalli Safetti
27 Kyle Buckosky (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing
28 Sam Bassetti (USA) Herbalife p/b Nature's Bakery - Marc Pro all s.t.
29 Alberto Covarrubias (Mex) Stradalli Safetti 1:16:10
30 Sam Boardman (USA) Herbalife p/b Nature's Bakery - Marc Pro
31 Max Rubarth (Can) Transports Lacombe/Devinci
32 Alexander Fraser-Maraun (Can) North Coast Lumber 1 p.b Giant White Rock all s.t.
33 Pierre-Bernard Thiffault (USA) Hedrick Racing 1:16:13
34 Yuri Hrycaj (Can) Toronto Hustle 1:16:14
35 Sascha Cantor (Can) Veloselect Racing Team
36 William Goodfellow (Can) Veloselect Racing Team
37 Oliver Evans (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team
38 Allan Satchell (Aus) Kallisto FCV p/b Peloton Contracting Cycling Team
39 Mason Burtnik (Can) Independent
40 Simon Ouellet (Can) Transports Lacombe/Devinci
41 Jure Rupnik (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team
42 Chris Harland-Dunaway (USA) Herbalife p/b Nature's Bakery - Marc Pro
43 Rolando Gonzalez (CRc) Veloselect Racing Team all s.t.
44 Olivier Brisebois (Can) Garneau Quebecor 1:16:22
45 Ryan Cavanagh (Aus) New South Wales Institute of Sport
46 Harrison Bailey (Aus) Storck CCN
47 Thorsten Askervold (USA) Storck CCN
48 Joshua Taylor (Aus) New South Wales Institute of Sport all s.t.
49 Dylan Davies (Can) Langlois Brown Racing 1:16:24
50 Stuart Shaw (Aus) New South Wales Institute of Sport 1:16:32
51 Steve Savage (Can) Steed Cycles 1:16:34
52 Alexis Cartier (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team 1:16:51
53 Chris Prendergast (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team 1:17:08
DNF Philip Lavery (Irl) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team
DNF Marc-Antoine Nadon (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team
DNF Conor O'brien (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team
DNF Travis Samuel (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team
DNF Matt Staples (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team
DNF Jean-Denis Thibault (Can) H&R Block Pro Cycling Team
DNF Andy Scarano (USA) Stradalli Safetti
DNF Alexander Cowan (Can) Silber Pro Cycling
DNF Ryan Roth (Can) Silber Pro Cycling
DNF Danick Vandale (Can) Silber Pro Cycling
DNF Sean Henry (Can) North Coast Lumber 1 p.b Giant White Rock
DNF Nicholas Jones (Can) North Coast Lumber 1 p.b Giant White Rock
DNF Adam Lefebvre (Can) North Coast Lumber 1 p.b Giant White Rock
DNF Normand Richard (Can) North Coast Lumber 1 p.b Giant White Rock
DNF Patrick Riddell (Can) North Coast Lumber 1 p.b Giant White Rock
DNF Nate Freed (USA) Herbalife p/b Nature's Bakery - Marc Pro
DNF William Myers (USA) Herbalife p/b Nature's Bakery - Marc Pro
DNF Jean-Simon D'anjou (Can) Garneau Quebecor
DNF Simon-Pierre Gauthier (Can) Garneau Quebecor
DNF Marc-Antoine Soucy (Can) Garneau Quebecor
DNF Jean-Francois Soucy (Can) Garneau Quebecor
DNF Cameron Fitzmaurice (Can) TaG Cycling Race Team
DNF James Grant (Can) TaG Cycling Race Team
DNF Alan Dempsey (Can) Veloselect Racing Team
DNF Christian Gomes (Can) Veloselect Racing Team
DNF Antoine Fabry (Can) Veloselect Racing Team
DNF Hugo Jones (NZl) Cycling New Zealand
DNF Kyle Boorsma (Can) Toronto Hustle
DNF Benoit Boulay (Can) Toronto Hustle
DNF Brad Bradford (Can) Toronto Hustle
DNF Ty Andrews (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing
DNF Oscar Clark (USA) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team
DNF Kellen Viznaugh (Can) Smart Savvy+
DNF Von Winkelmann (Can) Smart Savvy+
DNF Adam Attwell (Can) Smart Savvy+ Garneau U23 Cycling Team
DNF Marc Dupuis (Can) Smart Savvy+ Garneau U23 Cycling Team
DNF Chris Macleod (Can) Smart Savvy+ U23 Cycling Team
DNF Jem Arnold (Can) Glotman Simpson Cycling
DNF Amiel Flett-Brown (Can) Glotman Simpson Cycling
DNF Thomas Wallace (Can) Glotman Simpson Cycling
DNF Duncan Bryson (Can) Victoria Wheelers
DNF Dan Gronross (Can) Steed Cycles
DNF Tommy Waldeck (Can) OCTTO Cycling Team
DNF Spencer Downing (USA) Panache Houndstooth Racing
DNF Christian Bernard (Can) Independent
DNF Chris Ernst (Can) Kallisto FCV p/b Peloton Contracting Cycling Team
DNF Lucas Taylor (Can) Kallisto FCV p/b Peloton Contracting Cycling Team
DNF John Willcox (Can) Team RaceClean
DNF Kim Devroye (Bel) Wielerteam Decock-Van Eyck-Devos
DNS Nigel Ellsay (Can) Silber Pro Cycling
DNS Brendan Cowley (Can) North Coast Lumber 1 p.b Giant White Rock
DNS Brandon Jones (Can) North Coast Lumber 1 p.b Giant White Rock
DNS Isaac Niles (Can) North Coast Lumber 1 p.b Giant White Rock
DNS Matt Chatlaong (USA) Herbalife p/b Nature's Bakery - Marc Pro
DNS Justin Mauch (USA) Herbalife p/b Nature's Bakery - Marc Pro
DNS Ryan Moore (USA) Herbalife p/b Nature's Bakery - Marc Pro
DNS Bruno Langlois (Can) Garneau Quebecor
DNS Timothy Austen (Can) Veloselect Racing Team
DNS Ryan Primeau (Can) Veloselect Racing Team
DNS Pieter Bulling (NZl) Cycling New Zealand
DNS Dylan Kennett (NZl) Cycling New Zealand
DNS Nicholas Kergozou (NZl) Cycling New Zealand
DNS Brendan Armstrong (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing
DNS Robert Gutgesell (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing
DNS Clarke Lind (Can) Trek Red Truck Racing
DNS Alexander Murison (GBr) Trek Red Truck Racing
DNS Mac Brennan (USA) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team
DNS Miguel Bryon (USA) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team
DNS Tyler Magner (USA) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team
DNS John P Murphy (USA) Holowesko|Citadel Cycling Team
DNS Hunter Grove (USA) Cylance Cycling Team
DNS Scott Law (USA) Cylance Cycling Team
DNS Bryan Lewis (USA) Cylance Cycling Team
DNS Eric Marcotte (USA) Cylance Cycling Team
DNS Karl Menzies (Ada) Cylance Cycling Team
DNS Justin Williams (USA) Cylance Cycling Team
DNS Jesse Anthony (USA) Rally Cycling - Men
DNS Brad Huff (USA) Rally Cycling - Men
DNS Shane Kline (USA) Rally Cycling - Men
DNS Pierrick Naud (Can) Rally Cycling - Men
DNS Tom Soladay (USA) Rally Cycling - Men
DNS Curtis White (USA) Rally Cycling - Men
DNS Joshua Kropf (Can) Smart Savvy+
DNS Nicolas Ducharme (Can) Transports Lacombe/Devinci
DNS Stephen Keeping (Can) Transports Lacombe/Devinci
DNS Olivier Peloquin (Can) Transports Lacombe/Devinci
DNS Hendrik Pineda (Can) Transports Lacombe/Devinci
DNS Liam White (Aus) Kallisto FCV p/b Peloton Contracting Cycling Team
DNS Matt Green (GBr) First Internet Bank Cycling
DNS Enrico Traini (Can) FCV Kalistio p/b Peloton Concracting
DNS Reinder Hoornstra (Can) Independent

 

 

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