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August 6/03 3:00 am - NB Road Champs Update, Poley Mtn DH, Blizzard Bike Club, "The Race is On" Hamilton Channel 14


Posted by Editoress on 08/6/03
 

New Brunswick Road Champs

New Brunswick Road Provincial Championships are only a week away! (August 9th and 10th)

Check the web site for the latest information regarding this event.

IMPORTANT NOTE: please read the event document for the race locations as well as times. There's was a small mix up wit the web page update and that event document was still showing the wrong hours for the crit as well as the road race.
Get the document here

Major Changes :
•: The Crit will start at 4pm (August 9th) in Dieppe not in Moncton.
•: The road race will tart a 12pm (August 10th).

sorry about the mix up. please inform anyone that was coming to this race about these changes.

for any information, you can contact me at: pablo@mbscycling.org

thanks and we hope to see you there

Pablo Vergara
Mike's Bike Shop Cycling Club


Poley Mountain DH New Brunswick, August 2
Courtesy organizers

Under 17 Sport (15-16)1st Run2nd RunBest Time
1. Boudreau, Mathieu3.19.402.42.992.42.99
2. Downey, Shawn3.39.954.29.793.39.95
3. Logan, Seth4.08.563.54.903.54.90
4. Hearn, AdamDNFDNFDNF
Junior Sport (17-18)1st Run2nd RunBest Time
1. Jacquart, Sean3.03.652.55.092.55.09
2. Conrad, Jonathan2.58.492.59.732.58.49
3. English, Matt3.11.183.02.723.02.72
4. Purcell, Adam3.07.273.03.163.03.16
5. Burgess, Jonathan3.16.883.03.453.03.45
6. Hauser, Jeff3.55.333.37.033.37.03
7. Kidd, Dave3.44.374.19.943.44.37
8. Voggeli, Drew4.24.563.52.813.52.81
9. Gillis, Matthew4.41.644.19.194.19.19
10. Vallis, DaveDNFdnfDNF
Senior Sport (19-29)1st Run2nd RunBest Time
1. MacDonald, Brian3.37.003.14.963.14.96
2. Davidson, Neil3.17.003.18.043.17.00
3. Snider, Patrick4.31.803.18.173.18.17
4. Sicard, Guy4.14.094.29.364.14.09
5. Manley, EricDNFDNFDNF
6. Reardon, RoryDNSDNSDNS
Master Sport1st Run2nd RunBest Time
1. Thibodeau, Gerald3.26.25DNF3.26.25
2. Purcell, Dan3.37.34DNF3.37.34
3. Feenstra, Andrew4.24.35DNF4.24.35
4. Kenny, ShawnDNFDNFDNF
Open Expert Elite1st Run2nd RunBest Time
1. Thibodeau, Josh2.42.032.58.862.42.03
2. Boudrea, Mark2.59.052.43.872.43.87
3. McNair, John2.48.03DNF2.48.03
4. Savoy, Steven2.54.242.58.012.54.24
5. Gray, Randy3.14.323.05.613.05.61
6. Currie, Kyle3.06.293.20.273.06.29
7. Julien, Matthew3.10.973.08.303.08.30
8. White, Jeff3.44.553.40.393.40.39
9. Young, Todd3.40.77DNF3.40.77
10. Crocker, CraigDNFDNFDNF
11. Downing, LukeDNFDNFDNF
Open Women1st Run2nd RunBest Time
1. Cameron, Jill5.31.61DNF5.31.61
2. Reid, Lindsey4.33.993.53.433.53.43




Blizzard Bike Club Fort St. John, BC - August 6th
Courtesy Pat Ferris

The 4th running of the S & S Turbines Hill Climb is happening this Sunday (August 10th) at 10:00 am. Last years' champion will not be there so the gates are wide open for a new champion to take his place.

The two most decorated club riders, Robert Martens and Pat Ferris have both won dozens of club trophies over the years but the Club Hill Climb Championship has eluded them both. Second place is the closest Ferris or Martens have come, so far.

Vaughn Hildebrand was last years' record breaking, run away winner. His time of 21:47 knocked off the previous fastest time of 22:24 set by Dave Damery in 2001. Robert Martens won the sprint for second place with a time of 23:38. Mike Heintzman was third at 23:44 and Pat Ferris had 23:54 for 4th place. Twenty-two riders started out the event.

Mike Hientzman is the favourite to win as he proved he can climb very well. Inaugural 1999 Hill climb winner Joseph Gladysz will also be there. Stephen Ferris has just returned from Abitibi and will be a challenger. Trevor McDonell has been a good road racer and time trial competitor so will be fighting for top spot. Pat Ferris and Robert Martens will also be waiting to pounce.

Race time is at 10:00 am from the Bear Flats Bridge on the Hudson Hope road. The 8.3 km hill road route is a little shorter than last year but is now a little steeper. The winner will make it up in about 21 minutes.


"The Race is On" on Cable 14 This Thursday Night

The third edition of "The Race is On: Hamilton 2003" airs on Cable 14 this Thursday, August 7 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The focus of this week's show will be to update viewers on the latest cycling news and look ahead to the Road World Championships as well as the Festival that will take place in October. Viewers will have the opportunity to call the panel with their questions on cycling, the Festival and the Worlds.

"The Race is On: Hamilton 2003" is hosted by Todd Crocker and on the August 7th show, the panel will feature Hamilton 2003 General Manager and COO Neil Lumsden, Hamilton 2003 Festival Executive Director Wayne Schreuer and Robert Jones, Editor Canadian Cyclist and canadiancyclist.com. The fourth program in this series "The Race is On: Hamilton 2003" will air on Thursday, September 4th from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

"The Race is On: Hamilton 2003", is the result of a partnership between the Hamilton 2003 Road World Championships Organizing Committee and Cable 14, the show will air on the first Thursday of every month.

Cable 14 is Hamilton's community access television channel providing information and spotlighting local events to 160,000 homes in the Hamilton area to subscribers of Cogeco Cable (Hamilton only), Mountain Cablevision and Source Cable and Wireless. Cable 14's programming includes Hamilton City Council, The Opinionators, South 905, Hamilton Bulldogs hockey and a variety of other community programs and sporting events.

 


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