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May 14/01 6:55 am - Peace Race, Canada Games (Ontario & B.C.), Jeanson Wins Again


Posted by Editor on 05/14/01
 

Peace Race - Czech Republic

Stage 4 - Bystrzyca Klodzka to Olomuniec 195 km

1 Enrico Poitschke (Ger) Team Wiesenhof Leipzig 5:15:55
2 Tom Steels (Bel) Mapei-Quick Step
3 Malte Urban (Ger) Team Coast
4 Scott Sunderland (Aus) Team Fakta
5 Tomas Konecny (Cze) Domo-Farm Frites
6 Soren Pedersen (Den) Saturn Cycling Team
7 Steven Kleynen (Bel) Domo-Farm Frites
8 Robert Radosz (Pol) Atlas-Lukullus
9 Rancis Cerezo Perales (Esp) CSC-World Online
10 Jaroslav Bilek (Cze) Wustenrot-ZVVZ

15 Michael Barry (Can) Saturn Cycling Team
31 Christopher Fisher (USA) Saturn Cycling Team all s.t.
84 Mark McCormack (USA) Saturn Cycling Team at 18:43
112 Cszelaw Lukascewicz (Can) Servisco 21:41
113 Frank McCormack (USA) Saturn Cycling Team
117 Harm Jansen (Ned) Saturn Cycling Team both s.t.

GC

1 Uwe Peschel (Ger) Gerolsteiner 16:43:21
2 Jakob Storm Piil (Den) CSC-World Online at 0:48
3 Enrico Poitschke (Ger) Team Wiesenhof Leipzig 0:50
4 Glenn Magnusson (Swe) Domo-Farm Frites 0:52
5 Zbigniew Piatek (Pol) Mroz-Supradyn Witaminy 0:53
6 Pedro Horrillo Munoz (Esp) Mapei-Quick Step 0:54
7 Steven Kleynen (Bel) Domo-Farm Frites 0:59
8 Radoslaw Romanik (Pol) CCC-Mat 1:01
9 Piotr Wadecki (Pol) Domo-Farm Frites 1:02
10 Tomas Konecny (Cze) Domo-Farm Frites 1:03

14 Michael Barry (Can) Saturn Cycling Team 1:04
42 Soren Pedersen (Den) Saturn Cycling Team 4:44
47 Christopher Fisher (USA) Saturn Cycling Team s.t.
81 Mark McCormack (USA) Saturn Cycling Team 23:27
94 Cszelaw Lukascewicz (Can) Servisco 26:25
95 Harm Jansen (Ned) Saturn Cycling Team 26:25
101 Frank McCormack (USA) Saturn Cycling Team 30:16


Tour of McMinnville - McMinnville, Tennessee
Courtesy Autotrader.com

AutoTrader.com's Tina Mayolo outsprinted Canadian sensation Genevieve Jeanson in the criterium stage of the Tour of McMinnville. Jeanson has been virtually unbeatable thus far since she won the Redlands Classic.

The Tour of McMinnville was a 3 stage omnium consisting of a 68 mile road race in the morning, followed by a 7 mile time trial in the evening and a criterium the final day.

Jeanson, who typically attacks early and rides entire races solo to the finish, began the first stage in this fashion by attacking on the first climb. Mayolo, not giving up, chased Jeanson to the end, and finished in second place, a minute behind.

The afternoons time trial, an event that consistently proves favorable for Mayolo, was an opportunity to make up time on Jeanson. The 7 mile out and back course was a gut wrencher, with the winds playing a major factor. Time trials, also a specialty of Jeanson, made the race a battle between the two. Mayolo finished 2nd behind Jeanson by 1:20.

Experience proved dominant over youth as Tina Mayolo won the final criterium. The two broke away from the field early in the race. The two worked together, but in the end, Mayolo's fast twitch sprinters legs were no match for the young Canadian.

Genevieve Jeanson won the overall race while Tina Mayolo was 2nd place in the GC.


Team BC Canada Summer Games Selection Race Change for X-Country

Due to conflicts with a Canada Cup race, the final selection race for Team B.C. will be moved from June 17th (Snowden Slug Slam) to June 23rd (Test of Metal - Squamish). We are grateful to have the cooperation of the Test of Metal organizers to allow us to use their venue for this selection race. The "Test" is a grueling 67km point-to-point XC race which is held in Squamish every year.

The C.S.G. athletes will only be using a portion of this race for qualifying however, they are free to complete the entire Test of Metal if they choose. The C.S.G. portion of the race will end at the feed station just past the Powerhouse Bridge when the athletes arrive at it for the first time.

Since the field limit for the Test of Metal is limited to 800 racers (and it sells out early every year!), anyone wishing to ride this race as a qualifying event should sign up as soon as possible.

This is the final selection race for automatic inclusion onto Team B.C.'s Canada Summer Games team, so don't miss out on this opportunity to go to London, Ontario, this summer!

If you have any further questions, please contact myself (jonathan.wornell@acterna.com) or Jeremy (bigring54@home.com) via email.

Good luck!

Jonathan Wornell
Team B.C. Manager - Canada Summer Games


Canada Games - Ontario Selection Race #2

May 20th marks the second stop in the selection races for Ontario riders wishing to gain a spot on the Canada Games Team. The Niagara Classic offers a gruelling course where riders will test their mettle. The eligible junior men and age-eligible Sr. 3 men will race with the Sr. 1-2 category. 'Finishing' places will be noted after the 8th lap (104 km). Riders may continue for two more laps (130 km) to finish with the 1-2's. Junior Women will race with the Senior Women. For more information about the race go to www.stcatharinescc.com.

ALL RIDERS EXCEPT FOR THE CANADA GAMES LONG LIST MUST SEND A LETTER TO THE OCA stating the event and the reason why you wish to ride up a category. Send your letter via email - "Nena Snyder" - cycling@ontariocycling.org - or fax 416-426-7349. If you have any questions contact Denise Kelly -
camden@interlog.com

 


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