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August 16/03 5:11 am - Hesjedal Wins in Durango, Pan Ams Update, B.C. News

Posted by Editor on 08/16/03

Norba National #5 - Durango, Colorado


1 Shonny Vanlandingham (USA) Luna Chix 1:30:46
2 Alison Sydor (Can) Trek Volkswagen at 1:26
3 Katerina Hanusova (Rus) Luna Chix 1:45
4 Dara Marks (USA) Sobe Cannondale 2:11
5 Willow Koerber (USA) RLX Ralph Lauren 2:33
6 Chrissy Redden (Can) Subaru Gary Fisher 2:55
7 Mary Grigson (Aus) Subaru Gary Fisher 3:02
8 Jimena Florit (Arg) RLX Ralph Lauren 3:15
9 Kim Anderson (USA) T-Mobile 3:18
10 Trish Sinclair (Can) 3:31

Final Overall Standings
1. Jimena Florit 878 points
2. Chrissy Redden 820
3. Mary McConneloug 744

7. Trish Sinclair 704
9. Alison Sydor 668
10. Karen DeWolfe 600

1 Ryder Hesjedal (Can) Gary Fisher Subaru 1:53:10
2 Jeremiah Bishop (USA) Trek/VW at 1:07
3 Jeremy Horgan Kobelski (USA) RLX Ralph Lauren 1:16
4 Seamus McGrath (Can) Haro Lee Dungarees 1:45
5 Walker Ferguson (USA) Subaru Gary Fisher 1:58
6 Jay Henry (USA) Specialized 2:19
7 Carl Swenson (USA) RLX Ralph Lauren 2:42
8 Travis Brown (USA) Trek/Volkswagen 3:14
9 Geoff Kabush (Can) Kona Clark 3:30
10 Todd Wells (USA) Mongoose Hyundai 3:49

Final men's overall standings not available.

Pan Am Games Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic

We do not have results yet for the women's road race, but Clara Hughes finished 16th.

2004 BC Summer Games
Courtesy Cycling BC

Get involved, show your support and bring a team of athletes to the BC Summer Games! Being held from July 15 through to the 18th next year, the BC Summer Games will be held in Abbotsford and will feature a road race and cross-country mountain bike racing. Kids aged 15 and 16 (as of December 31, 2004) are eligible to compete.

Cycling BC is currently looking for Coaches to lead a team of 8 cyclists to the Games from every corner of the province. Each coach must have a minimum of an NCCP Level 1 certification.

Cycling BC is also looking for a Sport Chair for the Games. This candidate should reside in the Fraser Valley, and, though not essential, have some experience organizing small-scale race events.

For more information, please contact Allan Prazsky at or (604) 737-3137.


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