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October 26/01 12:52 pm - NRC Final Standings, Herald Sun Tour


Posted by Editoress on 10/26/01
 

NRC Final Standings
Courtesy USA Cycling

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Oct. 26, 2001) - After an eight-month season of more than 45 events, the National Racing Calendar wrapped up with the Miami Cycling Classic Sunday, Oct. 21 in Miami. The final standings have been calculated, crowning Trent Klasna (Pine Valley, Calif.), Lyne Bessette (Canada) and the Saturn men and women's teams as the 2001 NRC champions.

Klasna started the series off on the right foot, taking victories at the Redlands Bicycle Classic and Sea Otter Classic. The California resident continued to roll over his competition, picking up a win at the Housatonic Valley Classic and a national title in the individual time trial at the USCF Elite Road Cycling Nationals. Klasna racked up 1,388 points, almost doubling the total of second place Scott Moninger (Boulder, Colo.).

Kimberly Bruckner (Boulder, Colo.) took the top American spot in the women's standings at fifth. The former duathlete only started cycling three years ago, but stormed onto the scene in 2001, scoring first at the Housatonic Valley Classic and a sweep at the USCF Elite Road Cycling Nationals by taking the national titles in the individual time trial and road race. Bruckner wrapped up the calendar with 792 points. Saturn teammate Lyne Bessette was the overall winner with 1,056 points.

The men and women of Saturn cleaned house in the team standings, winning both categories by more than 2,500 points. The men's squad finished with 3,305 points, followed by Mercury with 2,580 and Prime Alliance with 1,828. The women ended up with 4,116 points, while Autotrader.com scored 2,384 points for second place. The Intersports team finished in third with 1,435.

The 2002 NRC is slated to be released in late November.


2001 NRC Final Standings

Men Overall
1. Trent Klasna, Pine Valley, Calif., 1,388 pts
2. Scott Moninger, Boulder, Colo., 774
3. Eric Wohlberg, Canada, 677
4. Baden Cooke, Australia, 656
5. Chris Horner, San Diego, Calif., 615
6. Danny Pate, Colorado Springs, Colo., 566
7. Harm Jansen, Netherlands, 554
8. Vassili Davidenko, Russia, 509
9. George Hincapie, Greenville, S.C., 501
10. John Lieswyn, Ventura, Calif., 474

Men's Team Overall
1. Saturn Cycling Team, 3,305
2. Mercury, 2,580
3. Prime Alliance, 1,828
4. U.S. Postal Service, 1,707
5. 7UP/Colorado Cyclist, 1,433

Women Overall
1. Lyne Bessette, Canada, 1056 pts
2. Genevieve Jeanson, Canada, 872

3. Petra Rossner, Germany, 860
4. Anna Millward, Australia, 821
5. Kimberly Bruckner, Boulder, Colo., 792
6. Ina Teutenberg, Germany, 647
7. Tina Mayolo-Pic, Buford, Ga., 623
8. Katrina Berger, Solana Beach, Calif., 566
9. Sandy Espeseth, Canada, 541
10. Laura Van Gilder, Pocono Pines, Pa., 536

Women's Team Overall
1. Saturn Cycling Team, 4,116 pts
2. Autotrader.com, 2,384
3. Intersports, 1,435
4. Verizon Wireless, 975
5. Proctor & Gamble, 823


Herald Sun Tour

Both stages took place on October 26

Stage 12: Dunkeld to Hamilton, Team Time Trial, 30.7 km

Results

1 Echuca-Moama 41:07
2 Australia Post at 1:49
3 Ballarat*Eureka 1:54
4 Custom Fleet 2:01
5 AH Plant-Caffe Paesano 2:54
6 Jayco 3:22
7 Malaysia Airlines 3:49
8 Caravello 4:01
9 Latrobe City 4:31
10 NSW Institute of Sport 4:56
11 Fosters Lightice 5:22
12 Australian Abalone Exports 6:24
13 Active For Life 7:21
14 Fitzroy Cycles 10:41
15 Southern Grampians 11:48


GC

1 Peter Wrolich (Aut) Ballarat*Eureka! 26:04:46
2 Zbigniew Piatek (Pol) Echuca-Moama 1:11
3 Remigius Lupeikis (Ltu) Echuca-Moama 4:33
4 Kazimierz Stafiej (Pol) Echuca-Moama 4:59
5 Ashley Humbert (Aus) Custom Fleet 7:05
6 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Australia Post 7:18
7 Steve Williams (Aus) NSW Institute Of Sport 8:17
8 Tomas Buchacek (Cze) Custom Fleet 12:24
9 Trent Wilson (Aus) Custom Fleet 12:33
10 Peter Dawson (Aus) Foster's Lightice 13:46


Stage 13: Hamilton Criterium, 36 km

1 Brett Lancaster (Aus) Jayco 58:18
2 Greg Henderson (Aus) Australia Post at s.t.
3 Sean Sullivan (Aus) Southern Grampians 0:01
4 Robert Crowe (Aus) Fitzroy Cycles s.t.
5 Jan Van Velzen (Ned) Southern Grampians 0:17
6 Bart Heirewegh (Bel) Foster's Lightice s.t.
7 Tommy Evans (Irl) Latrobe City 0:30
8 Nathan Clarke (Aus) Foster's Lightice s.t.
9 Kazimierz Stafiej (Pol) Echuca-Moama 0:39
10 Baden Burke (Aus) AH Plant - Caffe Paesano
25 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Australia Post both s.t.


GC

1 Peter Wrolich (Aut) Ballarat*Eureka! 27:03:43
2 Zbigniew Piatek (Pol) Echuca-Moama at 1:11
3 Remigius Lupeikis (Ltu) Echuca-Moama 4:33
4 Kazimierz Stafiej (Pol) Echuca-Moama 4:54
5 Ashley Humbert (Aus) Custom Fleet 7:05
6 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Australia Post 7:17
7 Steve Williams (Aus) NSW Institute Of Sport 8:17
8 Tomas Buchacek (Cze) Custom Fleet 12:24
9 Trent Wilson (Aus) Custom Fleet 12:33
10 Peter Dawson (Aus) Foster's Lightice 13:43

 


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