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November 1/05 10:42 am - Athlete Development Seminar, Manitoba 'Cross, Blizzard News


Posted by Editor on 11/1/05
 

Long-term Athlete Development Model
Courtesy Tanya Dubnicoff

Interested individuals are invited to a presentation by Stephen R. Norris, Ph.D. Discuss the Canadian model of Long-Term Athlete Development.

Stephen R. Norris, Ph.D.
Canadian Sport Centre ˆ Calgary
Director of Strategic Planning & Sport Physiology,
Consultant Applied Physiologist / Sport Scientist
Human Performance Laboratory
Roger Jackson Centre for Health & Wellness Research

November 9, 2005
7 - 9 pm
Location: KNB 132 - In Kinesiology Building at the University of Calgary

Contact Tanya Dubnicoff for more information: 220-7801


Alter Ego 3rd Annual Psycho-Cross Race - Manitoba
Courtesy Patrick Humenny

October 30th, 2005 at Fort Gibraltar

Thanks to Team Alter Ego for a Great Season Finale!

Novice 15 Minutes + 2 Laps - Short Course
1 Brendan McAndrew U15 24:10
1 Michael Peters U11 24:45
1 Lisa Homenick 26:11
2 Donna Beamish 26:12
3 Moni Boucher 28:38

Cat B: 30 Minutes + 2 Laps
Male:
1 Brent Miller 43:08
2 Alan Robertson 43:29.0
3 Clark Greenfield 43:36.0
4 Dallas Sigurdur (VW Kal Tire) 43:43.0
5 DJ Chennel (Alter Ego) 44:55.0
6 Adrian Huemmer (VW Kal Tire) 45:34.0
7 John Hawranik (VW Kal Tire) 45:38.0
8 Phil Roadley (Bikes n Beyond) 45:47.0
9 Naomi Humenny (VW Kal Tire) 47:28.0
10 Bill AlgeoBirch 48:10.0
11 Scott Stout 49:00.0
12 Daniel Marcoux (Alter Ego) 49:13
13 David Campbell 49:45.0
14 Marshall Verbrugge (Woodcock) 49:47.0
15 Brent Brentnall (Oly KOM) 49:55.0
16 Drew Hawranik (VW Kal Tire) 53:24.0
17 David Larsen 44:04.0 -1 Lap
18 Karl Klepfer 44:55.0 -1 lap
19 Edward Jones 45:50.0 -1 Lap
20 Jon Benson (VW Kal Tire) 50:33.0 -1 Laps
21 Dan Peters (Alter Ego) 46:27.0 -2 Laps
22 Paul Benson (Alter Ego) 46:29.0 -2 Laps
23 Thomas Benson 47:49.0 -3 Laps
24 James Benson 50:28.0- 3 Laps

Female:
1 Leah Kirchmann (Alter Ego) 49:50.0
2 Anna Schappert (Bikes n Beyond) 47:07.0 -1 Lap
3 Lee Ann Benson (43:53.0) -2 Laps
4 Ruth Schappert (Bikes n Beyond) 44:23.0 -3 Laps

Cat A: 50 Minutes + 2 Laps
1 Murray Carter (Alter Ego) 1:05:11
2 Paddy Humenny (VW Kal Tire) 1:06:15
3 Cam McLaren (Alter Ego) 1:07:53
4 Steve Harjula (VW Kal Tire) 1:08:22
5 James Dyker (Alter Ego) 1:08:43
6 Tomek Jasiakiewicz (VW Kal Tire) 1:08:50
7 Stephane LaCroix 1:08:50
8 Dave Dorning (Woodcock) 1:11:04
9 Ron Kaulins (A&L) 1:05:22 -1 Lap
10 Ian Hall (VW Kal Tire) 1:05:43 -1 Lap
11 Hal Loewen (Tinker Creek) 1:06:07 -1 Lap
12 Dallas Sigurdur (VW Kal Tire) 1:06:11 -1 Lap
13 Jeremy Doerksen (Bikes n Beyond) 1:06:30 -1 Lap
14 Rick Yaschyshyn (VW Kal Tire) 1:09:06 -1 Lap


Blizzard Bike Club - Fort St. John, BC

Oct 31, 2005
Three Blizzards returned from the Alberta Provincial Cyclo cross championships in Red Deer, Sunday. Pat Ferris placed the highest with a 4th place finish in the Masters C class. Robin Baillie finished 15th in the Elite class.

Eighty riders were in attendance. The Elite and Masters B-C were the largest fields with 25 riders in each. Conditions were unseasonably warm and dry. The course was long with some field riding, broken road pavement, single track with a steep loose dirt run up followed by a 'drop-off' and sharp turn.

Pat Ferris was first to race, in the Masters B-C event. He managed to work his way up to third place by the last lap but unshipped a chain at the base of the 'run-up' with only a half lap to go and was passed, to end up in 4th spot by a few bike lengths.

Robin Baillie had a very slow start in a strong field of Elite riders but continued on, improving as the race went on to get a 15th place. Stephen Ferris hung in for a couple of laps but could not continue.

Locally, Roger St. Jean was the clear winner at the Beatton River cyclo-cross course with 14 laps, followed by Gord Harris, Richard Wood and Barb Polehoykie with 11 laps in the one hour event.  Lisa Verbisky was first in the 40 minute event with 7 laps.

 


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