January 15/02 10:10 am - Tour Down Under, Burnaby Velodrome to Re-open!, Cross Worlds, NCCP Course, Red Bull 2002
Posted by Editoress on 01/15/02
Tour Down Under Adelaide, Australia
Stage 1 -Glenelg street race, 47km
1. Robbie McEwen (Aus) Lotto Adecco 59:14
2. Corey Sweet (Aus) UniSA
3. Jans Koerts (Ned) Domo Farm Frites
4. Max Van Heeswijk (Ned) Domo Farm Frites
5. Glenn d'Hollander (Bel) Lotto Adecco
6. Julian Dean (NZl) CSC - Tiscali
7. Henk Vogels (Aus) Australian Institute Of Sport
8. Alexandre Botcharov (Rus) AG2r-Prevoyance
9. Fabio Sacchi (Ita) Saeco
10. Frederick Guesdon (Fra) La Française Des Jeux
11. Daniele Nardello (Ita) Mapei Quick Step
12. Jens Heppner (Ger) Telekom
13. Stuart O'Grady (Aus) Crédit Agricole
14. Dave McPartland (Aus) United Water
15. Kevin Hulsmans (Bel) Mapei Quick Step
16. David Kopp (Ger) Telekom
17. Gerrit Glomser (Aut) Saeco
18. Stefano Zanini (Ita) Mapei Quick Step
19. Allan Davis (Aus) Australian Institute Of Sport
20. Baden Cooke (Aus) La Française Des Jeux all s.t.
There are no Canadians participating
Important Burnaby Velodrome Meeting Announcement
Courtesy David Schneider
The Burnaby Velodrome Club would like to encourage as many cyclists as possible to attend our AGM this week. The date and time are list below. It is essential that we have as many people turn out as possible. The velodrome is about to reopen and we need to set fees, vote on a new executive, have people join and encourage new members. If you have any questions about the track and how to get involved just show up. There have been 8-12 people who have been putting in numerous hours on getting this track back up and running and are continuing to work to keep it running and running by cyclists. The least you can do is show up for this meeting. Bring your cheque book and your enthusiasm because track cycling and racing is coming back to the lower mainland. Be there or ride in the rain or on a trainer forever.
Velodrome Club AGM
7 PM Thursday Jan 17, 2002
At the Royal Canadian Legion Hall
4356 east Hastings Street
Stuart Hughes Will Not Attend `Cross Worlds
Courtesy Paul Kelly
Stuart Hughes, Espoir National Cyclocross Champion, has decided to skip Cyclocross
Worlds in favor of attending the National Team Training Camp Espoir in Victoria
NCCP Level 3 Course
Friday Feb 22 - Sunday Feb 24.
Commence Friday at 8:30 am
Finish Sunday Feb 24 at 4pm.
Please register asap.
Bus: 613 248-1353
Fax: 613 248-9311
2002 Red Bull Ride
January 29th to February 2, 2002 in the Australian Snowy Mountain district.
Biggest international freeride mountainbike event ever, 9 countries are being represented including Canadians: Dave Watson, Joe Schwartz, Randy Spangler, Robbie Bourdon, Thomas Vanderham and Wade Simmons will participate.
check out the website Red Bull : Note - this is a very Flash intensive site.