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April 29/03 8:08 am - Ruban Granitier Breton, Caribean Track Report, Australia to Skip Track Worlds


Posted by Editoress on 04/29/03
 

Ruban Granitier Breton France

Stage 3: Theix to La Turballe 150 km

1. Balazs Rohtmer (Hun) Colzi Saeco San Paolo Pratesi 3.30.22
2. Michiel Elijzen (Ned) Rabobank at s.t.
3. Anthony Ravard (Fra) Vendee U-Pays De La Loire 0.04
4. Wesley Balcaen (Bel) Wielergroep Beveren 2000
5. Marco Bos (Ned) Cycling Team Löwik Meubelen-Tegeltoko both s.t.

37. Dominique Rollin (Can) Canadian National Team 0:44
39. Cameron Evans (Can) Canadian National Team
61. Ian Condron (Can) Canadian National Team
81. François Parisien (Can) Canadian National Team all s.t.
102. Warren Tilbrook (Can) Canadian National Team 17:34


GC
1. Frédéric Delalande (Fra) France Police 11:17:51
2. Dmitriy Muravyev (Kaz) Quick Step-Davitamon-Latexco 1:41
3. Anthony Ravard (Fra) Vendee U-Pays De La Loire 2:11
4. Balazs Rohtmer (Hun) Colzi Saeco San Paolo Pratesi 2:20
5. Michiel Elijzen (Ned) Rabobank 2:30

54. Dominique Rollin (Can) Canadian National Team 3:25
55. Ian Condron (Can) Canadian National Team 3:26
56. François Parisien (Can) Canadian National Team s.t.
79. Cameron Evans (Can) Canadian National Team 3:55
102. Warren Tilbrook (Can) Canadian National Team 30:40


Points Classification
1. Kenny Robert Van Hummel (Ned) Rabobank 39 points
2. Frédéric Delalande (Fra) France Police 38
3. Fabio Borghesi (Ita) Colzi Saeco San Paolo Pratesi 37
4. Marco Bos (Ned) Cycling Team Löwik Meubelen-Tegeltoko 37
5. Jean Zen (Fra) Vendee U-Pays De La Loire 30

Mountains Classification
1. Giancarlo Checchi (Ita) Colzi Saeco San Paolo Pratesi 47 points
2. Frédéric Delalande (Fra) France Police 39
3. Jean Zen (Fra) Vendee U-Pays De La Loire 24
4. Christophe Cousinie (Fra) France Police 18
5. Ame Kornegoor (Ned) Cycling Team Löwik Meubelen-Tegeltok 18

Sprints Classification
1. Jean Zen (Fra) Vendee U-Pays De La Loire 10 points
2. Frédéric Lecrosnier (Fra) Gs Jean Floc'h Moreac 56. 10
3. Frédéric Delalande (Fra) France Police 9
4. Johnny Hoogerland (Ned) Quick Step-Davitamon-Latexco 7
5. Anthony Ravard (Fra) Vendee U-Pays De La Loire 5

Young rider Classification
1. Anthony Ravard (Fra) Vendee U-Pays De La Loire 11:20:02
2. Michiel Elijzen (Ned) Rabobank 0:19
3. Koen De Kort (Ned) Rabobank 0:24
4. Rory Sutherland (Aus) Rabobank 0:32
5. Kenny Robert Van Hummel (Ned) Rabobank 0:34
23. Dominique Rollin (Can) Canadian National Team 1:14
24. Ian Condron (Can) Canadian National Team 1:15
25. François Parisien (Can) Canadian National Team
39. Cameron Evans (Can) Canadian National Team 1:44
58. Warren Tilbrook (Can) Canadian National Team 28:29


Teams Classification
1. Vendee U-Pays De La Loire 33:59:23
2. France Police at 0:41
3. Rabobank 1:03
4. Quick Step-Davitamon-Latexco 1:29
5. Colzi Saeco San Paolo Pratesi 2:03

15. Canadian National Team 4:26


Canadians in the Caribean

Glen Rendall sends us a brief report from the Caribean

Keith is starting to heal although he has cracked/broken his elbow and has a bruise on his side that looks like a rotten melon. He is feeling better and has been able to take his arm out of the sling. I also wanted to clarify that Alex Maurais has been racing down here as apposed to Alex Cloutier. He has been mixing it up pretty good in the sprints and deserves the recognition.

This past week end of racing has gone really well as I managed to pull off 5 podiums (1 win, 4 second places and a 3rd place) in three days as well as a few 4th places.

(Editors Note: Results are hard to obtain. The website caribean cycling.com has some)

Click Here for Saturday results.

Click Here for Friday results.


Australian To Skip Track Worlds

Australia has become the first major cycling nation to announce that it will not attend the Track Worlds in Shenzhen, China starting July 30th. The reason is SARS. The full text of the announcement is below:

The board of Cycling Australia today announced it will not send a team to contest the 2003 Track Cycling World Championships if they are held, as currently scheduled, in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen from July 30th.

Cycling Australia President, Mike Victor, says the decision is based on concerns about the welfare of Australian cyclists in light of the continuing SARS crisis in China.

"We are not prepared to risk the health and safety of our cyclists," said Mr Victor. "The information available from the Australian Government, World Health Organisation and our own medical advisers is that the threat is unlikely to ease by the end of July.

"It would be irresponsible of us to put our athletes at risk when there is a danger of them becoming infected."

The UCI (International Cycling Union) is expected to announce its own decision later this week as to whether the World Championships will go ahead in China or be moved to another country.

"That is up to the UCI and we await a decision from them but we are hopeful they will act in the best interests of the athletes and move the Championships," said Mr Victor.

 


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