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August 1/02 8:41 am - SK ITT Champs, Victoria League Points, MultiLazer GP Info, Hamilton Weekly Series, Belanger Injured


Posted by Editoress on 08/1/02
 

Saskatchewan Provincial ITT Championships
Courtesy Saskatchewan Cycling Association

Results for the 40/30K Prov Indiv Time Trial held in Saskatoon on July 28, 2002

40K senior men
1. Kevin Weberbauer, 0:56:42
2. Kevin Williams, 0:58:07
3. Jimmy Oneschuk, 0:58:10
4. Derek McMasters, 0:58:11
5. Corey Borolin, 1:00:07
6. Jeff Hehn, 1:01:05
7. Rob Howse, 1:01:28
8. Jason Paquin, 1:02:11
9. Mark Russell, 1:02:16
10. Francis Clark, 1:02:39
11. Brad Wilfley, 1:06:36
12. Cameron McHugh, 1:06:41

30K
Master A Men
1. Garry Huculiak, 0:47:29
2. Darrrell Zalczynski, 0:49:21
3. Jim Holstrom, 0:51:31

Women
1. Adele Grundahl, 0:47:01
2. Heather Hanik, 0:48:56
3. Leslie Lukan, 0:50:34
4. Jenna Laydon, 0:52:09

Master A Women
1. Alana Cassidy, 0:56:32

Master B Men
1. Doug Cuthertson, 0:54:15
2. Al Mickelson, 0:55:50
Ron Cooley, dnf

Master C Men
1. Ian Colvine, 0:58:00

Master D Men
1. Ken Orr, 0:51:08
2. Ken Wilson, 0:52:31
3. Roy Cushway, 1:03:14

Junior Men
1. Kyle Halstead, 0:47:52


Victoria Cycling League Points Standings
Courtesy C. Condron

As of July 30th. Weekly races combining track, time trial (18.2km), road race and hilly criterium. Top 15 riders.

A GROUP.
1 Whittingham, Sam (PVL) 92
2 Condron, Ian (Schwalbe-Epic) 80
3 Korb, Mike (Independent) 61
4 Smith, Ian (Nanaimo Cycle) 41
5 Traini, Enrico (Schwalbe-Epic) 36
6 Cameron, Bob (Suburban) 33
7 Reid, Chris (Schwalbe-Epic) 32
8 Zarsadias, Tony (Marco Polo) 27
9 Goncalves, Daniel (Trek) 26
10 Drew, Murray (Victoria Wheelers) 26
11 Hovey, Carter (Riders) 25
12 Usborne, Matt (Part One Int.) 23
13 Pinfold, Andrew (Ital Pasta) 17
14 Odegaard, Peter (Schwalbe-Epic) 17
15 Hooker, Ross (Ital Pasta) 17

B GROUP
1 Martindale, Duane (Wheelers) 64
2 Marshall, Vaugn (Schwalbe-Epic) 49
3 McKinney, Dave (Schwalbe-Epic) 46
4 Ciceri, Simon (Schwalbe-Epic) 46
5 Dunlop, JP (Teen Speed) 44
6 Holtz, James (PVL) 41
7 Lund, Steve (Teen Speed) 36
8 Hobor, Matt (Teen Speed) 31
9 Knock, Kurt (Epic) 30
10 Anjtey, Chris (Sidney Velo) 30
11 Perrin, David 27
12 Weeks, James 27
13 Boychuk, Dave 27
14 Humle, George 26
15 Wilson, Larry (Riders) 24

WOMEN
1 Sweeney, Lisa 55
2 Loster, Breanna (Schwalbe-Epic) 41
3 Sandwith, Emily (Teen Speed) 39
4 Drew, Erica (Kappa) 39
5 Willock, Erinne 37
6 Townsend, Claire 34
7 Trew, Jenny 33
8 Stuart, Sara 35
9 Berg, Dawn (Kappa) 17
10 Yew, Anne 11


Multi Lazer GP
Courtesy Lee Fraser

Receive a FREE Cycle Tire at the Multi-Laser Cycling Grand Prix!!!

To be eligible: Bring an original Multi-Laser label from a cartridge or inkjet box, including "bar code", to the registration desk September 7th & 8th, 2002! Estimated value $50.00 Pana Racer Stradius Pro 700x23c competition folding tire!

To register visit www.multilaser.com. Don't miss out on this exciting event!

For more details contact Laura Kittner 1-800-338-2274 ext. 226 or lauraml@multilaser.com


Hamilton Cycling Club's Tuesday Evening Criterium July 30th
Courtest Sandy Cheskey

We had 48 riders come out on this hot, humid evening. There were several short-lived breakaways early in the ride. The breakaway group that stuck consisted of five contesting riders who maintained a gap of approximately 30 seconds over the pack. Finishing order was CHRIS PATON (Chris also won the 3-point prime), JAY MACLAREN, JEFF SHARAFBAYANI, AXEL BERGMAN and CARLOS BARROS. Exciting ride to watch, guys!

Special mention goes to CHRIS KIRIAKOPOULOS who had an outstanding ride and finished in the top ten in the pack!!! Way to go, Chris!

Also, we would like to welcome our newest Hamilton Cycling Club member, ADRIAN DAVIS who attended the Tuesday Crit for the first time tonight.

It was also great to see ANDY MAKAREWICH out to watch and help at the start/finish. Andy is recovering from a horrific accident in which a car hit him on his bike. Best wishes Andy for your continuing and speedy recovery.

Happy Birthday wishes to Marissa who turned 21 on July 30!!!!

Overall Standings

1. Piers Davidge, 46 points
2. Paul Hornak, 32 points
3. Mirek Mazur, 30 points
3. Jay MacLaren, 30 points
4. Jeff Sharafabayani, 29points
5. Paul Rego , 23 points

Injury Report

Quebec downhiller Frederic Belanger (herein referred to as "O.D.B.") has been put on the injured list. Tuesday evening on Whistler mountain the O.D.B. went over the bars on the last Crabapple table top, resulting in a broken collarbone, a grade 2 concussion, 2 dislocated fingers and some road rash. The O.D.B. is recuperating in Pemberton, snacking on T3's and would appreciate any kind emails anyone wishes to send him.phat_freddy@hotmail.com

 


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