Posted by Editoress on 03/22/04
dEVo/Powerbar Spring Road Race #6
Symmetrics Cycling sent along a few photos from Saturday's race.
Espoirs in Europe
Brandon Crichton is part of a group of Espoirs spending the spring in Europe. He sent along this message with a couple of photos.
Things have been really really good here in Europe for the team. We are stationed in Conches,France ( small town about an hour and a half outside of Paris). The weather has been somewhat cold, but some days we have been fortunate with 20 degree weather.
As far as the team goes, we are coming together. With Warren and Jean-Luc out in the first week with injuries they have managed to fix themselves up and race with us yesterday in Tours, France for La Roue Tourangelle and with Cory joining us it gave us a bigger team of 8.
We are staying with a family in a great house, with awesome accomodations.
With three races under our belts now, we are leaving tomorrow (Tuesday) for GP de Waregem in Belgium for what is supposed to be a really difficult race. I will supply you with a race report from that race (possibly Thursday).
Enjoy the photos
St-Patrick Day Tour, Newark N-J, March 20th
Pro 1/2 Men 55 miles/88.5km
1. Guillanne Nelissen (NCRAC)
2. Marty Nothstein (Navigator)
3. Benjamin Lindsay (Idealtile)
4. Eugene Boronon (Mengoni)
5. David Wishell (Gotham)
17. Marc-Wayne Addison (S.G/Espoirs de Laval)
23. Antoine Studner (S.G/Espoirs de Laval)
Bethel Spring Series Bethel, CT,
Stage #3, March 21st
Two Canadian Junoirs on the podium! Gavriel Epstein from Toronto (studying in N-J) still the leader after 3 stages.
1. Gavriel Epstein (CC Evesham)
2. Barry Miller (USI)
3. Francis Martin (S.G/Espoirs de Laval)
4. Kyle Foley (NECSA)
5. Philip Brunjes (Fiordi Fruitta)
1. Tim Unkert (Unattached)
2. Rosalverte Marte (GS Mengoni)
3. Chad Butts (Verge Sports)
4. Dan Staffo (Verge Sports)
5. Anthony Allesio (ReMax)
18. Antoine Studner (S.G/Espoirs de Laval)
Thanks to Marc-Wayne Addison for providing results
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