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September 8/03 8:25 am - Ontario Provincial MTB Championships, Team Ontario Needs Riders

Posted by Editoress on 09/8/03

Ontario Provincial MTB Championships
A brief report from Susan Jakomait

Horseshoe Valley - Provincial Championships


Ontario Provincial Championships Elite Mens's XC
1 Jesse Jakomait, 1:59.28
2 Eric Batty, 2:00.06
3 Martin Lazarski, 2:00.56

Overall Ontario Series Elite Men XC
1. Jesse Jakomait
2. Mike Garrigan
3. Greg Reain

(Jesse had earlier won the Canada Cup Series and was selected as First Alternate for World Championships). Thanks for all your great coverage this year!!! Susan Jakomait

Team Ontario Riders Wanted

Team Ontario is looking to field riders for the Espoir and Junior race being held in St Catherines. The race is slated for October 5th.

The Organizer has stated that teams from Europe will be attending the event. Ontario has been invited to enter teams in both the Espoir and Junior races. This race is a UCI 1.13 and 1.14 and valuable UCI points will be awarded. As well riders will experience racing against some of the top juniors and espoirs in the world leading into the Hamilton 2003 World Championships.

This is a valuable expereince riders should not miss.

Team Ontario is taking applications from ALL Interested riders! Riders will be notified of acceptance in a very timely manner. All applicants must be between the ages 17 and 22 (On or before December 31, 2003).

Interested riders should apply immediately to either the OCA ( ), John Holman ( ).


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