Posted by Editoress on 10/1/05
Olympic Oval National Cycling Centre Open House
The Olympic Oval National Cycling Centre is welcoming athletes and parents to our open house October 4th at 7pm in the Olympic Oval front lounge.
The certified coaches will introduce themselves and go through the general outline, training camp schedule and the goals and objectives for the 05/06 season.
The National Cycling Centre, Junior Development, Junior Elite/Endurance, Oval Program and BMX programs train year round starting Oct 11th-August 31st. For more information about each program go to www.oval.ucalgary.ca
If you require more information or directions please call the Oval front desk at 403 220 7954.
UCI Continental Circuits: Winners of the 2005 Rankings
UCI rankings as of September 30th
UCI Africa Tour
Individual ranking: Tiaan Kannemeyer (South Africa)
Ranking by Team: Team Barloworld Ã‹â€ Valsir (Great Britain)
Ranking by Nation: South Africa
UCI America Tour
1. Edgardo Simon (ARG) 238 points
2. Damian Martinez (CUB) 188
3. Chris Wherry (USA) 185
4. Walter Pedraza (COL) 161
5. Nilceu Dos Santos (BRA) 152
6. Roberson Figueiredo Silva (BRA) 140
6. Francois Parisien (CAN) 140
8. Gord Fraser (CAN) 138
9. Marcio May (BRA) 136
10. Jose Chacon (VEN) 134.66
Ranking by Team: Health Net presented by Maxxis (United States)
Ranking by Nation : Brazil
UCI Asia Tour
Individual ranking: Andrey Mizourov (Kazakhstan)
Ranking by Team: Giant Asia Racing Team (Taiwan)
Ranking by Nation: Islamic Republic of Iran
UCI Oceania Tour
Individual ranking: Robert McLachlan (Australia)
Ranking by Team: MG XPower presented by Bigpond (Australia)
Ranking by Nation: Australia
The UCI Europe Tour rankings will be published later. The 2005-2006 UCI Europe Tour will start on 15th October 2005 and will end on 14th October 2006. For the UCI Africa Tour, the UCI Amercia Tour, the UCI Asia Tour and the UCI Oceania Tour, the season will start on 1st October 2005 and will end on 30th September 2006.
At the beginning of each season, the points from the previous season will be erased and riders will start from scratch.
Since the beginning of the 2005 season, the Road events have been gathered into 6 circuits: the UCI ProTour, in which we find the 20 best teams and the 27 biggest races of the world, and 5 Continental Circuits.
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