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March 30/02 10:08 am - Good Friday RR (ON), Trinidad Report


Posted by Editor on 03/30/02
 

Good Friday Road Race - Ontario
Courtesy Peter McCaffery

Results from the 2002 Ontario season opener in Guelph

Masters' B/C/D
1Garnett AbbeyHamilton C. C. B
2Mark ShawIndependentB
3Mike VielPavanB
4David PierceNewmarket EaglesB
5Aubrey BryceD'OrnellasC
30 starters23B, 6C, 1D
Masters' A
1Chris WoodIndependent1 03 59
2Gerard YeatesPeterboroughs.t
3Greg CavanaghOakville Cycelepaths.t
4Tom GramegnaMississauga BRCs.t
5Jeff SharafbayaniNewworlds.t
53 starters
Juniors
1Mark PozniakSt. Catharines C. C.1 03 26
2Tyler HoltzmanSt. Catharines C. C.1 04 14
3Andrew WilsonIndependent1 06 20
4Martin LaznerskiGears Racing1 06 51
5Ryan De BoerMississauga BRC1 06 52
6Kenton PenerSt. Catharines C. C.1 08 30
7Brenden HurleyMidweek C. C.s.t.
8Doug ShenklandZiggy'ss.t.
9Ian ColeLondon Centennial Wheelerss.t.
10Brandon CrichtonIndependentat 1 lap
11Mark BattyBay Cycleat 1 lap
12Michael BarilskyKHSat 1 lap
13Matthew GuseWaterloo Flying Dogsat 1 lap
14Dan HollowayMidweek C. C.at 1 lap
15Noel RamsayD'Ornellasat 1 lap
16Jay LastNewmarket Eaglesat 1 lap
16 starters
Senior 3
1Fernando BagnascoIndependent
2Vincent VerkerkIndependent
3Shawn BernardSt. Catharines C. C.
4Kurt SchreiterIndependent
5Josh GreenbergInd.
57 starters
Women
1Julia BradleyOpus W. C.
2Susan TrimbleGears Racing
3Terri GregotskiFly Gurlz
4Sarah Jane ChiltonMidweek C. C.
5Kate StangU of Brown
6Nicola WoertzMidweek C. C.
7Zuzka EcerovaIndependent
8Lesley HonsbergerSt. Catharines C. C.
9Karina SaccaMidweek C. C.
10Shelly ChristiansenSt. Catharines C. C.
11Christine StilesIndependent
12Karley CunninghamFly Gurlz
13Saskia HarveyMulti Laser
14Laura SahuezaIndependent
14 starters
Senior 1/2categorytime
1Ryan RothJet Fuel/Sympatico11:09:23
2Aaron FillionMidweek C. C.1s.t.
3Tom ScheskeHandlebars (USA)1at 1:58
4Buck Miler Jet Fuel/Sympatico1s.t.
5Peter MorseMidweek C. C.2s.t.
6Malcolm MunroIndependent2s.t.
7Douglas GoodwinMaple Leaf2s.t.
8Mark SittlingtonTrue North1s.t.
9Jeff HansenItal Pasta/Atlas Cold Storrage1s.t.
10Bruno NellaJet Fuel/Sympatico1s.t.
11Dan StaffoIndependent22:04
12Steven BurgetBuffalo C. C. (USA)1s.t.
13Dave FryMidweek C. C. 2at 4:02
14Eric BattyBay Cycle Racing2s.t.
15Tom VillanoIndependent2s.t.
16Noel SavagePeterborough2s.t.
17Piers DavidgeGears Racing1s.t.
18Andrew DobleHardwood2s.t.
19Michael MascarenhasRiverfront (USA)1s.t.
20Jeff WeberGears Racing1s.t.
30 starters



Report From Trinidad

Hello to everyone in Canada. Happy Easter to all! The Easter weekend here in Trinidad is always the biggest weekend of racing.

The most fans out (last night there were well over 2,000 fans), the most local riders competing, and also 5 new international riders competing. 3 of the new internationals were from Canada as Steen Madsen, Tyler Hansen, and Lars Madsen arrived for this weekend's activities.

The racing for the opening night for these 3 members of our national sprint team took place at the Skinners Park. Glen Rendall joined these 3 sprinters to make our Canadian entrant in the international field 4 strong.

Tyler, Lars and Steen fared quite well in their first night, with Steen and Tyler making the final of the 1 lap event. Lars and Steen also rode very strong in the 3 lap final, with Lars leading for almost 2 laps, totally stringing out the 30 rider pack.

Ryan McKenzie, Chris Bentley, Nick Corcoran and Travis Smith all competed in the category 1 field. Ryan won 2 medals, placing 3rd in the 5 lap event and then ending the category 1 racing for the night with a commanding performance in the 15 lap final (placing 1st).

Our final night in the south of Trinidad finished in true Canadian style. Ryan won the 2nd to last race (15 lap final) and the curtain event (International 25 lap) was won by Glen Rendall.

Glen has had many podium performances here, but this was his first victory. He won it from a pack of 7 riders, in a sprint finish! A great night of racing.

Today and Sunday racing moves to the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain.

Finally, a weekend with no driving - the Oval is a 5 minute ride from our guest house, and a very welcome closeness from the usual 1 hour drives to the other tracks we have been competing at.

More news later,

Kurt Innes
National Coach

 


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