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April 22/98 23:00 pm - Hughes Leads U.S. Standings, Ontario Cup News

Posted by Editor on 04/22/98

Ontario Cup #2 - Road (courtesy Keith Peck)

Saturday April 25th Bobcaygeon Road Race, O-Cup #2

Category   Start Time   Distance
Jr & Sr3    12 noon        80km
Women      12:05pm      80km
Sr 1/2     2:15pm       120km
Vet A,B,C,D 2:20pm       120km

Sunday April 26th Bobcaygeon Criterium

Category   Start Time   Distance
Jr & Sr3   1:00pm        40km
Women      2:00pm       40km
Sr 1/2     3:00pm       60km
Vet A,B,C,D 4:30pm       40km


From 401 take Hwy.115 North, then continue on Hwy.35 North to first set of lights on outskirts of Lindsay. Turn right and take Hwy.7 East for 2km, then Hwy.36 North all the way into Bobcaygeon.

In Bobcaygeon proceed along 36 across two bridges, then turn left onto Duke Street (by Fire Hall). Proceed on Duke for about 1.5km to Registration and Start area.

U.S. National Rankings - Road (courtesy USA Cycling)

1. Clara Hughes, Saturn, Hamilton, Ont., Canada 273 points
2. Nicole Freedman, Shaklee, Palo Alto, Calif. 245
3. Linda Jackson, Saeco-Timex, Nepean, Ont., Canada 198
4. Karen Kurreck, Saturn, Cupertino, Calif. 181
5. Susy Pryde, Saeco-Timex, Auckland, New Zealand 177

9. Leigh Hobson, Shaklee, Kitchener, Ont., Canada 117
16. Alison Sydor, Volvo-Cannondale, N.Vancouver, B.C., Canada 90
33. Cybil DiGuistini, Canadian National, Victoria, B.C., Canada 38
37. Sue Palmer, Haro, Hamilton, Ont., Canada 32

Alley Cat Scramble

Coming up this weekend - the Alley Cat Scramble in Toronto. This may be the strangest cycling event you have ever attended (not including awards banquets, that is...). If you can‚t be there, we will - so stay tuned for stories. For more info, click on the banner at the top of the page.

Also coming up this weekend - the Amstel Gold World Cup road race. Will Ballerini win again, or will Mapei get past the loss of Johan Museeuw (out for most of the season with a broken kneecap), and retake the World Cup lead?

Lots of new Classifieds posted, so check them out.


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