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October 30/03 10:46 am - Alberta 'Cross, Leuchs to Bianchi


Posted by Editor on 10/30/03
 

Alberta Provincial Cyclo-Cross Championships
Courtesy ABA

Results from the Alberta Provincial Cyclo-Cross Championships held Sunday, October 26th in Edmonton, hosted by Juventus CC.

Open Men
1Roddi LegaUnited Cycle1:07:12
2Mark KnollBow Cycle1:08:07
3Sean BarrPedalhead1:09:31
4Todd BarracloughJuventus1:10:19
5Per StromBicisport1:11:34
6Guri RandhawaPedalhead1:12:25
7Jason ShenkarickSnakebite Societys.t.
8Andre SuttonHardcore CC1:12:41
9Jesse CollinsBicisport
10Chad KozakRiver Valley Cycle
11Byron DavisPedalhead
Open Women
1Samantha NicholsonBianchi/The Bike Shop42:10
2Lisa LicisHardcore CCs.t.
3Jessica DemarsBianchi/The Bike Shop45:27
4Kristin CampbellPedalhead48:04
5Sandy AyrePedalhead48:20
6Rebecca MorrisCABC/Projekt One42:32 + 1 lap
7Jennifer BarrPedalhead43:54 + 1 lap
8Torie Grant (junior)Juventus47:49 + 1 lap
Junior Men
1Mark MacDonaldSport Check47:00
2Philippe AbbottBicisports.t.
3Mike BidniakJuventus47:53
4Kevin LegaUnited Cycle50:38
5Shaun AdamsonUnited Cycle51:03
6Spencer SmithemanJuventus51:09
7William MonteathJuventus48:44 + 1 lap
Master A Men
1Craig GoodSynergy48:30
2Andy AchuffPedalhead48:58
3cp WalshSynergy49:30
4Greg AchtemBow Cycles.t.
5Ryan RobinsonPartones.t.
6Clayton ParadisPedalhead50:07
7Ross AndersonCalgary Cycle50:32
8Phil MacDonaldSnakebite Society50:51
9Bob McKerrellCABC/Projekt One52:02 + 1 lap
10John RiessIndependent50:00 + 1 lap
Brys FrancisUnited Cyclednf
Brennan BagdenHardcorednf
Rob MartensBlizzarddnf
Will CarryPedalheaddnf
Master B Men
1Brian LicisHardcore50:32
2Rick ThiessenBicisports.t.
3Peter TothERTC51:56
4Ted DahmsPedalhead52:57
5Andy HolmwoodIndependent53:22
6Derrill ShuttleworthPedalhead52:42 + 1 lap
7Pat FerrisBlizzard54:01 + 1 lap
8Michael MeersCABC/Projekt One54:07 + 2 laps
Sport Men
1Paul IgnatiukERTC53:17
2Brian KullmanTerrascape47:08 + 1 lap
3Kevin NobleUnited Cycle47:26 + 1 lap
4Tracy ShearerJuventus47:57 + 1 lap
5James RasmussenUnited Cycle48:26 + 1 lap
6Jason NadeauIndependents.t.
7Kevin BladonUnited Cycle49:00 + 1 lap
8Darrin LaBonteUnited Cycle50:32 + 1 lap
9Tim RiessIndependent51:00 + 1 lap
10Harley DespreyVelocity51:20 + 1 lap
11Simon RichardRiver Valley Cycle51:40 + 1 lap
12Dave LeBlancUnited Cycle52:23 + 1 lap
13Jonathon ShalapayUnited Cycle47:08 + 2 laps
14Nick InsoleJuventus48:10 + 2 laps
15Steve VinciSnakebite Society48:59 + 2 laps
16David McDowellSynergy51:08 + 2 laps
17Don FoxJuventus51:29 + 2 laps



Leuchs to Bianchi for 2004
Courtesy 23 Degrees Sports Management

Kiwi cross country sensation Kashi Leuchs has confirmed that for 2004 he will be riding for the European based professional Bianchi Mountain Bike Team. This follows his successful year with Maxxis/Trek that saw him win his first ever Swiss Cup, and despite many incidents of bad luck during the World Cup season, maintain his stature as one of the world's best XC athletes, and included an impressive 7th in the UCI World Championships on the demanding technical course of Lugano, Switzerland.

"I'm very excited about this opportunity. This is a very well established team on the international circuit, with a great history of World Championship and World Cup winners. They have a very professional approach to the sport, and they will offer me all the support needed to reach my potential in this all important upcoming Olympic year, and into the future," said Kashi on his recent return from Italy, where he will also race next year in their national Italian Liquigas Cup.

The Bianchi team will also include 2003 World Cup Champion Julien Absalon who together with Kashi will focus on the World Cups, Swiss Cups, Italian Liquigas Cups, and other selected events before finishing the season with the Athens Olympics, World Championships in Les Gets, France, and the Roc d'Azur. Other team member Thomas Dietsch will focus more on the Marathon events.

 


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