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July 21/05 11:51 am - Sunday Bikedays in Ottawa, Alberta Youth Road Championships, CDN Team for 2005 IPC Open European Championships


Posted by Editoress on 07/21/05
 

Sunday Bikedays

The National Capital Commission invites all outdoor enthusiasts to celebrate the Alcatel Sunday Bikedays, which take place every Sunday morning until Labour Day, from 9am to 1pm in the heart of the Capital, and from 6am until 11 a.m. in Gatineau Park.

Whether riding on a bike or in-line skating, you own the road during the Alcatel Sunday Bikedays in the Capital Region. Imagine, more than 50 kilometres of scenic parkways in the Capital and in Gatineau Park closed to motorized traffic every Sunday during the summer!


Alberta Bicycle Association Announces Youth Road Championships


The Alberta Bicycle Association is pleased to announce the first Alberta Youth Road Championships.

Open for participation by Junior (age 17 – 18) and younger cyclists, the event is meant to give youth experience in the major road disciplines while competing with their peers and to introduce new riders to road cycling. Categories available for entry for both male and female riders include:

- Junior
- Under 17
- Under 15

The 2005 Alberta Youth Road Championships will be held in and around Calgary according to the following schedule:

- Individual Time Trial: Saturday, September 3
- Road Race: Sunday, September 4
- Criterium: Monday, September 5

Riders from Alberta and elsewhere in Canada are invited to participate. A technical guide with more detail will be released later in August, 2005.

For more information, or to register, please contact:

Kevin MacCuish
Events Coordinator, Alberta Bicycle Association
events@albertabicycle.ab.ca
Phone: 403-297-2720
Fax: 403-297-2702


CCA Announces Team For 2005 IPC Open European Championships
Courtesy CCA

The Canadian Cycling Association is pleased to announce the team that will represent Canada at the 2005 IPC Open European Championships scheduled for August 13-21, 2005 in The Netherlands.

The team of 15 athletes covers all four of the major classes of disability: Visually Impaired, Amputee, Cerebral Palsy and Hand Cycling. The team will be supported on site with four staff members, including National Team Coach Stephen Burke.

Team Members For The 2005 IPC Open European Championships

Stephane Cote (Blind)
Pierre-Olivier Boily (Pilot)
Brian Cowie (Blind)
Murray Solem (Pilot)
Gene Della Siega (Blind)
Criag Deveer (Pilot)
Eric Bourgault (LC 2)
Marc Breton (LC 1)
Bruce Penner (LC 4)
Ryan Arbuckle (CP 4)
Brayden McDougall (CP 3)
Jean Quevillon (CP 3)
Mark Beggs (HC B)
Rico Morneau (HC B)
Shauna Whyte (HC C)


L’acc Annonce L'équipe Pour Les Championnats Européens 2005

L'association cycliste canadienne est heureuse d'annoncer l'équipe qui représentera le Canada aux championnats européens 2005 prévu pour le 13 au 21 août 2005 dans les Pays Bas.

L'équipe de 15 athlètes couvre chacun des quatre classes principales de disabilité: Aveugle, Amputé, paralysie cérébrale et cycle de main. L'équipe sera supporté par quatre personnes, y compris l'entraîneur d'équipe nationa l Stephen Burke.

Stephane Cote (Blind)
Pierre-Olivier Boily (Pilot)
Brian Cowie (Blind)
Murray Solem (Pilot)
Gene Della Siega (Blind)
Criag Deveer (Pilot)
Eric Bourgault (LC 2)
Marc Breton (LC 1)
Bruce Penner (LC 4)
Ryan Arbuckle (CP 4)
Brayden McDougall (CP 3)
Jean Quevillon (CP 3)
Mark Beggs (HC B)
Rico Morneau (HC B)
Shauna Whyte (HC C)

 


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