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June 17/02 4:33 am - HP Women's Challenge: Stage 3 & Saturn Report


Posted by Editoress on 06/17/02
 

HP Women's Challenge

Stage 3: Stanley TIme Trial - 25milies/40 km

1. Judith Arndt (Germany) Saturn53:31.8
2. Kimberly Bruckner (USA) Saturnat 0:01
3. Anna Millward (Australia) Saturn0:03
4. Genevieve Jeanson (Canada) Rona1:09
5. Lyne Bessette (Canada) Canadian National1:35
6. Amber Neben (USA) T Mobile1:49
7. Valentina Polkhanova (Russia) Itera2:11
8. Petra Rossner (Germany) Saturn2:21
9. Leah Goldstein (Canada) BOISE2:31
10. Diana Ziliute (Lithuania) Lithuanian National3:10
11. Mari Holden (USA) T Mobile3:15
12. Rasa Polikeviciute (Lithuania) Lithuanian National3:18
13. Kristin Armstrong (USA) Goldy's3:22
14. Catherine Marsal (France) Saturn3:39
15. Heather Albert (USA) Goldy's3:44
16. Anne Samplonius (Canada) Canadian National3:48
17. Sue Palmer-Komar (Canada) Canadian National3:50
18. Emily Westbrook (USA) Richard's/NIFC4:23
19. Cybil Diguistini (Canada) Canadian National4:43
20. Alison Littlefield (USA) Contender/Optygen.com4:55
21. Rachel Heal (Great Britain) British National4:55
22. Sarah Ulmer (New Zealand) New Zealand5:01
23. Sandy Espeseth (Canada) Canadian National5:08
24. Sarah Konrad (USA) Mercy Fitness Center5:08
25. Nicole Demars (Canada) BOISE5:09
26. Katrina Berger (USA) T Mobile5:32
27. Svetlana Samokhvalova (Russia) Itera5:44
28. Jolanta Polikeviciute (Lithuania) Lithuanian National5:49
29. Solrun Flataas (Norway) Sponsor Services5:50
30. Priska Doppmann (Switzerland) Goldy's5:51
31. Kim Anderson (USA) T Mobile5:52
32. Stacey Peters (USA) BOISE5:53
33. Anita Valen (Norway) Sponsor Services5:56
34. Melanie Sears (Great Britain) British National6:11
35. Andrea Hannos (Canada) Rona6:18
36. Mary McLaurin (USA) Mercy Fitness Center6:23
37. Pia Sundstedt (Finland) Sponsor Services6:26
38. Ina-Yoko Teutenberg (Germany) Saturn6:28
39. Roz Reekie-May (New Zealand) Mercy Fitness Center6:33
40. Meredith Miller (USA) Intermountain Orthopedic6:45
41. Rydeen Stevens (USA) Contender/Optygen.com6:45
42. Vera Carrara (Italy) Itera6:49
43. Amy Jarvis (Canada) Rona6:54
44. Barbara Lancioni (Italy) Itera7:07
45. Jorunn Kvaloe (Norway) Sponsor Services7:09
46. Joan Wilson (USA) BOISE7:09
47. Zita Urbonaite (Lithuania) Lithuanian National7:10
48. Dotsie Cowden (USA) T Mobile7:13
49. Emma Davies (Great Britain) British National7:19
50. Caroline Alexander (Great Britain) British National7:20
51. Erika Viliunaite (Lithuania) Lithuanian National7:25
52. Lara Ruthven (USA) T Mobile7:29
53. Sara Symington (Great Britain) British National7:32
54. Gail Longenecker (USA) Rona7:47
55. Susie Wood (New Zealand) New Zealand7:48
56. Liza Rachetto (USA) Intermountain Orthopedic7:54
57. Naomi Gollogly (USA) LSV/Trek/VW8:00
58. Maria Molino de Ortiz (Guatemala) Mercy Fitness Center8:15
59. Maatje Benassi (Netherlands) Contender/Optygen.com8:15
60. Lisa Magness (USA) Intermountain Orthopedic8:36
61. Manon Jutras (Canada) Rona8:44
62. Karen Dodge (USA) Contender/Optygen.com8:47
63. Wenche Stensvold (Norway) Sponsor Services8:47
64. Christy Kopasz (USA) Richard's/NIFC9:15
65. Jenny Tobin (USA) Richard's/NIFC9:22
66. Gina Grain (Canada) BOISE9:27
67. Monica Valen (Norway) Sponsor Services9:30
68. Melissa Sanborn (USA) Intermountain Orthopedic9:31
69. Jenny Eyerman (USA) BOISE9:56
70. Modesta Vzisnauskaite (Lithuania) Lithuanian National9:58
71. Kasey Rose (USA) Richard's/NIFC10:02
72. Melissa Holt (New Zealand) Rona10:04
73. Silvia Valsecchi (Italy) Itera10:22
74. Patty Davis (USA) LSV/Trek/VW10:29
75. Mary Ann Fleckenstein (USA) Goldy's10:30
76. Toni Bradshaw (New Zealand) New Zealand10:33
77. Brooke Babbitt (USA) Goldy's10:34
78. Johanna Buick (New Zealand) New Zealand10:40
79. Susan Hefler (USA) LSV/Trek/VW10:54
80. Robyn Wong (New Zealand) New Zealand11:14
81. Lorien Lightfield (USA) Richard's/NIFC11:24
82. Janelle Smith (USA) Richard's/NIFC12:10
83. Mary Kneeland (USA) LSV/Trek/VW12:14
84. Sima Trapp (USA) Goldy's12:57
85. Megan Elliott (USA) Mercy Fitness Center13:23
86. Gabriela Castaneda (Guatemala) Mercy Fitness Center13:28
87. Nicky Solomon (New Zealand) New Zealand13:28
88. Kym Shirley (Australia) Itera13:33
89. Crystal Yap (USA) Intermountain Orthopedic13:52


Millward retains leader's jersey - Saturn stacks up riders in GC

The 89 women at the HP Women's Challenge raced a forty kilometer test of truth today. The lengthy and difficult race against the clock was a true trial for the 89 racers. Saturn's Anna Millward entered the stage with a slender margin over Rasa Polikeviciute, but the stage and the right to the Blue Leader's Jersey was there for anyone of the strong, determined and mentally tough riders in the top twenty -- all within a minute of Millward.

The out and back course left Stanley headed west on highway 21 and climbed, gradually taking the racers back up to Banner Pass. Coming back to home, the road descended ever so slightly, and the tail wind made an 11 tooth rear cog nearly a necessity. Finishers were clocked at over 35 mph crossing the finish line.

Judith Arndt set a lightening fast time, finishing well before her nearest competitors. She set a time of 53:31:82. Only her Saturn teammates Kimberly Bruckner and Anna Millward would come close with a 53:32 and a 53:34 respectively. Stage favorite Genevieve Jeanson put in a determined effort, finishing fourth at 54:40. Canadian Lyne Bessette was fifth with a 55:06. Saturn's Petra Rossner, showing good form yet again at this race finished in eighth with a time of 55:42.

Millward's ride keeps the Blue Leader's Jersey firmly on her shoulders. Bruckner and Arndt's time will move them up in GC, with three Saturn riders rounding out the top three, although results are unofficial at this time. This was the third consecutive stage win for the Saturn Team at this year's HP Women's Challenge

Tomorrow's race leaves Stanley and takes the women up to almost 9,000 feet over the infamous Galena Pass then down into Ketchum.

 


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