Posted by Editor on 06/13/98
Ontario Track Championships - 20th and 21st June, 1998
Wind-Del Community Park, Windham Centre
Organizer: Valerie Davidge (905)824-8906 Fax: (905)824-8329 E-mail: email@example.com
Registration: 8a.m. both days
Racing Starts: 9a.m. both days
Senior and Veterans: $10 per event to a maximum of $30
Junior: $8 per event to a maximum of $20
Saturday 20th June, 1998
Kilo Finals: JM/Vet/Elite Men
500 metre Finals: JW/Elite Women
3000m Individual Pursuit: JM/Vet/JW/ Elite Women - Fastest 4 to qualify
4000m Individual Pursuit: Elite Men - Fastest 8 to qualify
- JM/Vet/JW/Elite Women - Fastest 8 to 1/4 Finals
- Elite Men Fastest 24 to First Round
3000m Team Pursuit: Finals JM
4000m Team Pursuit: Finals Elite Men
Sprint : First Round and Repechage, Elite Men
4000m Individual Pursuit: Elite Men, 1/4 finals
- Second Round and Repechage, Elite Men
- 1/4 Final JM/Vet/JW/ Elite Women
10km Points Race: Final Elite Men
Sunday 21st June, 1998
Sprint 1/8 Finals and Repechage, Elite Men
3000m Individual Pursuit: 1/2 Finals, JM/Vet/JW/Elite Women
4000m Individual Pursuit: 1/2 Finals, Elite Men
Sprint: 1/4 Finals, Elite Men
Olympic Sprint : Open
- 5th - 8th place Finals J/Vet/JW/EliteW/Elite M
- 1/2 Finals, JM/Vet/JW/Elite W/Elite Men Best of 3
3000m Individual Pursuit: Finals, JM/Vet/JW/Elite Women
4000m Individual Pursuit: Finals, Elite Men
Sprint: Finals JM/Vet/JW/Elite W/ Elite M - Best of three
7.5km Points Race: JM/Vet/ Women
25km Madison : Elite Men
For the track, there is no Espoir category. All Espoir men are considered Elite.
The number of rounds for the Sprint and Individual Pursuit may be reduced subject to entries. The organizer reserves the right to amend the program, with the consent of the riders, subject to entries.
These Championships are the official event of the Ontario Cycling Association and are held under CCA National Championship rules with the exception of the number of riders to qualify in Pursuit and Sprint events which have been increased.
Richard Szurkowski Criterium - Sunday June 14 at HighPark
(first race there since the Tour du Canada days).
A 1.8 km circuit, at the upper end. Richard Szurkowski will be there and is expected to ride in a short celebrity race before the 1/2 event at 2.00pm.
For those who don't remember, Richard was the best of the Polish internationals in the early 1970's and was one of the catalysts for eastern europeans joining the pro. ranks.
(Thanks to Peter McCaffery for this information
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