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May 10/19 12:24 pm - Gold and Silver for Canada on Day 2 of Para Road World Cup #1


Posted by Editoress on 05/10/19
 

Canada added gold and silver medals to its tally at the opening round of the UCI Para Road World Cup in Corridonia, Italy, on Friday.  World champion Shelley Gautier of Toronto won the 8.9 kilometre women's T1 category time trial with a time of 29 minutes and 32 seconds, while Tristen Chernove of Cranbrook, BC, took silver in the 18 kilometre men's C2 race, only 3.84 seconds behind Arslan Gilmutdinov of Russia.  Michael Sametz was Canada's only other competitor on Friday, in the men's C3 race, and did not finish after crashing.  After two days of competition, Canada has one gold, two silver and one bronze medal.

"It was a fabulous day, Italy always knows how to put on a great para-cycling event," said Chernove.  "The mood of the whole team has been right on target for great results.  I had a little mechanical episode on the cobbles, but was really happy to still manage a silver, just three seconds behind.  I'm looking forward to the road race on Sunday."

 

Two Canadian women's tandems also raced in the time trial, covering 27.1 kilometres.  Both teams raced as independents (ie, not with the national team).  Former Paralympic and world champion Robbi Weldon finished fourth with her new pilot Erin Ruttan, only ten seconds off the podium.  Annie Bouchard with her pilot Evelyne Gagnon finished right behind them in fifth.

 

Results from the second day of racing at the Para-Cycling World Cup 1 in Corridonia, Italy

Women T1 Time Trial, 8.9 km Time Gap
1 Shelley Gautier (Can) Canada 0:29:32:09    
0:00
2 Yulia Sibagatova (Rus) Russian Federation 0:29:42:31 0:10:22
3 Toni Mould (RSA) South Africa 0:45:48:70 16:16:61
 
Men C2 Time Trial, 18 km
1 Arslan Gilmutdinov (Rus) Russian Federation 0:29:51:18 0:00
2 Tristen Chernove (Can) Canada 0:29:55:02 0:03:84
3 Darren Hicks (Aus) Australia 0:30:43:35 0:52:17
4 Alexandre Leaute (Fra) Independent 0:31:09:09 1:17:91
5 Ivo Koblasa (Cze) Czech Republic 0:31:21:38 1:30:20
6 Maurice Far Eckhard Tio (Esp) Spain 0:31:27:16 1:35:98
7 Israel Hilario Rimas (Per) Peru 0:31:37:30 1:46:12
8 Nikolaos Papangelis (Gre) Greece 0:32:28:29 2:37:11
9 Theo Rocton (Fra) Independent 0:32:31:38 2:40:20
10 Victor Luise De Oliveira Herling (Bra) Brazil 0:33:07:32 3:16:14
11 Ewoud Vromant (Bel) Belgium 0:33:30:11 3:38:93
12 Telmo Pinao (Por) Portugal 0:33:50:50 3:59:32
13 Geoffrey Wersy (Fra) Independent 0:34:32:63 4:41:45
14 Roger Bolliger (Sui) Switzerland 0:35:01:30 5:10:12
15 Michal Stark (Cze) Czech Republic 0:35:51:52 6:00:34
16 Thibaud Thomanne (Bel) Belgium 0:36:03:53 6:12:35
17 Eduard Mihaita Moescu (Rou) Romania 0:36:31:45 6:40:27
18 Seulchan Yeom (Kor) Korea 0:37:53:47 8:02:29
19 Ahmad Mubarak Almansoori (Uae) United Arab Emirates 0:42:13:49 12:22:31
20 Victor Hugo Garrido Marquez (Ven) Venezuela 0:45:36:01 15:44:83
21 Fabrizio Topatigh (Ita) Independent 0:45:37:68 15:46:50
 
Men C3 Time Tria, 27.1 kml
1 Eduardo Santas Asensio (Esp) Spain 0:45:10:90 0:00
2 Florian Bouziani (Fra) Independent 0:45:43:49 0:32:59
3 Steffen Warias (Ger) Germany 0:45:51:69 0:40:79
4 Matthias Schindler (Ger) Germany 0:46:20:66 1:09:76
5 Fabio Anobile (Ita) Italy 0:46:31:26 1:20:36
6 Sergey Ustinov (Rus) Russian Federation 0:46:33:72 1:22:82
7 Henry Esteban Raabe Mendez (Crc) Costa Rica 0:47:35:28 2:24:38
8 Esneider Munoz Marin (Col) Independent 0:47:36:10 2:25:20
9 Andreas Rudnicki (Ger) Independent 0:49:16:25 4:05:35
10 Manuel Korber (Ger) Independent 0:49:51:99 4:41:09
11 Fraser Sharp (Nzl) New Zealand 0:49:55:83 4:44:93
12 Diederick Schelfhout (Bel) Belgium 0:50:42:15 5:31:25
13 Juan Odendaal (RSA) South Africa 0:52:17:52 7:06:62
14 Zbigniew Maciejewski (Pol) Independent 0:53:06:42 7:55:52
15 Dietmar Hintringer (Aut) Austria 0:54:32:31 9:21:41
16 Piet Simonsen (Den) Denmark 0:59:35:69 14:24:79
17 Adolf Auf Der Maur (Sui) Independent 0:59:38:57 14:27:67
18 Adolfo Felipe Almarza Riquelme (Chi) Chile 0:59:44:26 14:33:36
19 Attila Csaszar (Hun) Hungary 1:08:53:91 23:43:01
DNF Kris Bosmans (Bel) Belgium
DNF Michael Sametz (Can) Canada

 

Women B Time Trial, 27.1 km Time             
Gap
1 Poland - Iwona Podkoscielna/Aleksandra Teclaw (Pol) Poland 0:48:10.94 0:00
2 Poland - Justyna Kiryla/Barbara Borowiecka (Pol) Poland 0:50:00.55 1:49.61
3 Brazil - Marcia Ribeiro Goncalves Fanhani/Cristiane Pereira Da Silva (Bra) Brazil 0:51:31.21 3:20.27
4 Independent - Robbi Weldon/Erin Ruttan (Can) Independent 0:51:41.76 3:30.82
5 Independent - Annie Bouchard/Evelyne Gagnon (Can) Independent 0:53:39.83 5:28.89
6 Greece - Eleni Kalatzi/Argyro Milaki (Gre) Greece 0:55:03.73 6:52.79
7 Independent - Jessica Dietz/Maxi Rathmann (Ger) Independent 0:55:29.07 7:18:.13
8 Malaysia - Nur Azlia Syafinaz Mohd Zais/Nurul Suhada Zainal (Mas) Malaysia 0:56:55.90 8:44.96
9 Independent - Nicolina Ceppaglia/Lucia Pizzolotto) (Ita) Independent 1:06:01.89 17:50.95

 

Silver & Bronze for Canada on Day 1 of Para Road World Cup #1

 

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