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May 8/04 7:55 am - Manitoba, Dunkirk, US Road Rankings, Birthdays


Posted by Editor on 05/8/04
 

Manitoba Road Cup #1
Courtesy MCA

The first ever Manitoba Road Cup was held Wednesday night (May 5th) at Birds Hill Park. an 11.2 km time trial loop around the perimeter of the park. This is also the first year of the new provincial system set-up being used in Manitoba. We've dropped the Cat 1,2,3,4,5 system in favor of a Sport/Expert/Elite system. 74 riders showed up despite a cool, cloudy night. The rain held off and the race went as scheduled.

Thanks to Dave Benson, Arlene Woodcock, Karin McSherry, Rachel Kelly, Karen Carr, Heather Grover, Ed Toews and Stan Lipnowski for their help with this event.

Elite Men
1. Bill Ralph, 15:37
2. Jon Benson, 16:10
3. Neil Grover, 16:44
4. Marc Fournier, 16:59
5. Andrew Nichol, 17:00
6. Jay Hawranik, 17:07
7. Phil Bietz, 17:42
8. Tim Friesen, 17:44
9. Tim Woodcock, 18:02

Expert Men
1. Gary Sewell, 17:14
2. Jim Brogden, 17:35
3. Nicholas Lacko, 17:48
4. Paul Verwymeren, 17:53
5. Don Sawatsky, 18:03
6. Kurt Gibson, 18:07
7. Ryan Scott, 18:15
8. James Dyker, 18:16
9. Paul Sutherland, 18:20
10. Tim Turenne, 18:29
11. Eric Larson, 18:43
12. Scott Jardine, 18:46
13. Robert Nagy, 18:47
14. Pierre Robidoux, 18:58
15. Jonathan Durcoher, 19:02
16. Albert Chan, 19:04
17. Mike Giesbrecht, 19:05
18. Ryan Fillion, 19:12
19. Drew Hawranik, 19:17
20. Darryl Hansell, 19:25
21. Gilles Gobert, 19:26
21. David Carr, 19:26
23. Mark Bravi, 19:33
24. Cameron McLaren, 19:40
24. Chris Goossen, 19:40
26. Steve Szmilek, 19:41
27. Albert Chin, 19:46
28. Dave Huebert, 19:52
29. Gene Senior, 20:14
29. David Lipnowski, 20:14
31. Joseph Millar, 20:15
32. Marcel Fortier, 20:48
33. Don Dixon, 20:56

Expert Women
1. Kylie Case, 18:05
2. Andrea Richardson, 19:35

Sport Men
1. Tom Groot, 18:26
2. Christopher Huebert, 18:31
3. Jeremy Silcox, 19:12
4. Allan Robertson, 19:30
5. Kevin Kilbrei, 19:40
6. Howard Ryant, 19:49
7. John Hawranik, 19:50
8. Chris Duester, 20:02
9. Brad Enns, 20:23
10. Kyle Gendron, 20:24
11. Brent Bottomley, 20:25
11. Paul Benson, 20:25
13. Ian Hall, 20:44
14. Russell Thiessen, 21:09
15. Gilbert Blanchette, 21:12
16. Bryan Kroeker, 21:24
17. Ian Siemens, 21:31
18. Andre Comte, 21:43
19. Tim Deacon, 22:04
20. Howard Skrypnyk, 24:05

Sport Women
1. Laura Braun, 21:06
2. Kimberley Falk, 21:08
3. Lee Ann Benson, 21:23
4. Nadine Cabak, 21:58
5. Katrina Teunis, 22:37
6. Teresa Samek, 22:53
7. Allison Riddell, 23:00
8. Kym Bottomley, 23:27
9. Sandra Schettler, 23:47


NRC Road Rankings
Courtesy USA Cycling

Men
1. Chris Horner (USA), Webcor Builders, 1085 points
2. Lance Armstrong, (USA), USPS, 660
3. Cesar Grajales (COL), Jittery Joes, 549
4. Scott Moninger (USA), Health Net presented by Maxxis, 484
5. Jens Voight (GER), Team CSC, 460
6. Eric Wohlberg (CAN), Sierra Nevada Cycling, 355
7. Brice Jones (USA), Health Net presented by Maxxis, 321
8. Adam Bergman (USA), Jelly Belly Aramark, 311
9. John Lieswyn (USA), Health Net presented by Maxxis, 310
10. Davide Frattini (ITA), Monex Cycling Team, 307

The men's individual standings are vital this year, as the top 150 Americans in NRC rankings through June 1 will receive an invitation to the Team USA Selection Race which will take place in conjunction with the USCF Elite National Road Championships in Redlands, Calif. The winner of the Men's 181 km road race will receive the first automatic nomination to the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team. Ten more NRC events take place before June 1, including this weekend's Joe Martin Memorial Stage Race.

The women's rankings are much closer than the men's as number one ranked Tina Pic is only 11 points ahead of last year's overall winner Lyne Bessette (CAN). In 2003, Bessette gained 2085 points, while Pic came in second with 1621.

Women
1. Tina Pic (USA), Genesis Scuba/FFCC, 624 points
2. Lyne Bessette (CAN), Quark Cycling Team, 613
3. Kristin Armstrong (USA), T-Mobile, 360
4. Christine Thorburn (USA), Webcor Cycling Team, 360
5. Genevieve Jeanson (CAN), Team Rona, 276
6. Susan Palmer-Komar (CAN), Genesis Scuba/FFCC, 236

7. Brooke Ourada (USA), Victory Brewing, 235
8. Magali Le Floch (FRA), Quark Cycling Team, 227
9. Mari Holden (USA), T-Mobile, 203
10. Amber Neben (USA), T-Mobile, 192

In the men's team standings, Health Net presented by Maxxis tops the list with 1607 points. Webcor Builders is close behind with 1526 and US Postal Service is currently in third with 1221. Not surprisingly, T-Mobile is in first place for the women with 1119, while Genesis Scuba/FFCC is at 1087 and Quark Cycling is right behind with 1062.


Four Days of Dunkirk - France

Stage 3 - Hondschoote to Longuenesse 203 km

1 Didier Rous (Fra) Brioches La Boulangere 4:51:37
2 Sylvain Chavanel (Fra) Brioches La Boulangere s.t.
3 Max Van Heeswijk (Ned) US Postal Service - Berry Floor at 0:49
4 Jaan Kirsipuu (Est) Ag2R Prevoyance
5 Danilo Hondo (Ger) Gerolsteiner
6 Bjorn Leukemans (Bel) MrBookmaker.com-Palmans
7 Franck Hoj (Den) Team CSC
8 Ronald Mutsaars (Ned) Rabobank
9 Lars Ytting Bak (Den) Bankgiroloterij
10 Sebastien Rosseler (Bel) Relax-Bodysol all s.t.

DNF Mark Walters (Can) Navigators Insurance

GC

1 Marc Streel (Bel) Landbouwkrediet-Colnago 13:45:27
2 Didier Rous (Fra) Brioches La Boulangere at 0:51
3 Sylvain Chavanel (Fra) Brioches La Boulangere 0:55
4 Roger Hammond (GBr) MrBookmaker.com-Palmans 1:43
5 Marco Bos (Ned) Bankgiroloterij 1:45
6 Danilo Hondo (Ger) Gerolsteiner 1:46
7 Max Van Heeswijk (Ned) US Postal Service - Berry Floor
8 Rik Reinerink (Ned) Chocolade Jacques Wincor-Nixdorf
9 Kevin Hulsmans (Bel) Quick.Step-Davitamon all s.t.
10 Jan Kuyckx (Bel) Vlaanderen-T Interim 1:47


Happy Birthday To...

Andrea Hannos (today) and Svein Tuft (tomorrow).

 


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