Posted by Editor on 09/5/98
Bromont World Cup report
All of the top 25 women in the World Cup points will start tomorrow. The race is to start at noon EDT. Each lap is 7.8 km and they will do 4 laps. The course is 60 percent double track or fire road and 40 percent single track - 40 percent each descending and climbing and 20 percent flat. There is one major climb about half way through the lap.
There will be a total of 57 starters. The organizers have waived the requirement that all starters must have UCI points. The Air Canada strike has stranded some riders in Europe and it was beginning to look like the fields would be small.
Sue Palmer, who earlier in the season was unwell due to a parasitic infection, is now healthy and will start tomorrow. It is good to see her back in action.
The weather for tomorrow is expected in to be sunny, with temperatures in the low 20's. Great racing weather.
Rob is on site, cell phone charged and ready. We will have a report before the start, just after the start and also with each lap.,
1998 Killington Stage Race
Friday, Sept. 4, 1998
(courtesy Julia Carlisle - Killington News Bureau Director)
Killington, VT (Sept. 4, 1998) -- Against a backdrop of crisp blue skies and early Vermont foliage, several well-known names in road cycling pumped to winning finishes in the second stage of the 12th Annual Killington Stage Race today with veteran Saturn cyclist Karen Bliss Livingston placing first in the Sunrise Mountain Road Race for the third time in her career. Almost simultaneously Saeco-TimexÃ¢â‚¬Å¡s Kendra Wenzel crossed the line after making an early break in the first 18 mile loop of the race. Jennifer Evans, riding for Shaklee crossed third. Despite todayÃ¢â‚¬Å¡s leaders, defending womenÃ¢â‚¬Å¡s Killington Stage Race champion Linda Jackson still holds the lead overall time after two days of this five day event.
U-S National Cycling Champion George Hincapie riding for U.S. Postal placed third among the Pro I-II pack but was outpaced by number one winner Gord Fraser of Mercury. Michael Allen of Saturn rode into second place. Overall leader after two days is Scott Moninger of the Navigators Team. The menÃ¢â‚¬Å¡s Pro I-II course was 111 miles overall.
Stage Three, the VISA Road Race of the 12th Annual Killington Stage Race takes the some 800 cyclists through Central Vermont, including a steep uphill climb at Brandon Gap and 104 miles of distance for the Pro I-II men.
Men's Pro 1-2 Results:
1. FRASER, G0RD, MERCURY 4:02:14
2. BARRY, MIKE, SATURN
3. HINCAPIE, GE0RGE, US POSTAL
4. DIONNE, CHARLES, RADIO ENERGIE
5. BAKER, ZACH, GO MART
6. LOPEZ, DONNY, TEAM JEEP
7. BAKKE, OLIN, SHAKLEE
8. CHEVRIER, PIERRE, RADIO ENERGIE
9. KNOTTS, JOHN L, PENTEX
10. MCFARLAND, HEATH, ACRT/CDS SOFTWARE
17. HADFIELD, TIM, KISSENA
20. COCKBURN, HEATH, JET FUEL COFFEE
33. Giuliano, Joe, JET FUEL COFFEE
36. LUCAWEWICZ, CZESLAW, ESPOIR LA VALLE
44. LAVALLE, ALEXANDRE, ESPOIR LA VALLE
59. RANDELL, ANDREW, JET FUEL COFFEE
83. HALL, Josh, JET FUEL COFFEE
84. LANDRY, JACQUES, RADIO ENERGIE
88. BEAUCHAMP, SYLVAIN, RADIO ENERGIE
93. WOHLBERG, ERIC, SHAKLEE
120. VARGHESE, ANTOINE, JET FUEL COFFEE all s.t.
136. PERRAS, DOMINIQUE, ESPOIR LA VALLE @ 8:37
139. HANSEN, Matthew, JET FUEL COFFEE @ 15:28
General Classification -- Overall
after Day Two - Friday Sept. 4
1. MONIGER, SCOTT, NAVIGATORS, 4:12:13
2. ENGELMAN, MIKE, NAVIGATORS, @ :01
3. HAMILTON, TYLER, US POSTAL, @ :02
4. MCCORMACK, FRANK, SATURN, @ :08
5. HINCAPIE, GE0RGE, US POSTAL, @ :09
6. JEMISON, MARTY, US POSTAL, @ :10
7. CASEY, DYLAN, SHAKLEE, @ :17
8. BOWEN, BART, SATURN, @ :26
8. MCRAE, CHANN, SATURN, s.t.
10. DAVIS, CURT, WHEEL WORKS, @ :28
11. BARRY, MIKE, SATURN, @ :30
12. WOHLBERG, ERIC, SHAKLEE, @ :32
16. BEAUCHAMP, SYLVAIN, RADIO ENERGIE, @ :41
19. FRASER, G0RD, MERCURY, @ :46
20. RANDELL, ANDREW, JET FUEL COFFEE, @ :47
35. LANDRY, JACQUES, RADIO ENERGIE, @ 1:02
53. DIONNE, CHARLES, RADIO ENERGIE, @ 1:30
54. VARGHESE, ANTOINE, JET FUEL COFFEE, s.t.
58. CHEVRIER, PIERRE, RADIO ENERGIE, s.t.
77. HADFIELD, TIM, KISSENA, @ 1:48
80. LUCAWEWICZ, CZESLAW, ESPOIR LA VALLE, @ 1:51
82. Giuliano, Joe, JET FUEL COFFEE, s.t.
87. COCKBURN, HEATH, JET FUEL COFFEE, @ 2:02
100. HALL, Josh, JET FUEL COFFEE, @ 2:20
104. LAVALLE, ALEXANDRE, ESPOIR LA VALLE, @ 2:24
126. DENICKE, RICK, ST LOUIS CYCLING, @ 5:30
135. PERRAS, DOMINIQUE, ESPOIR LA VALLE, @ 10:15
139. HANSEN, Matthew, JET FUEL COFFEE, @ 16:26
The riders are not listed by country. If you know of a Canadian riding at killington, and their result is missing please let me know
(the women's results will follow)
Tour de l'Avenir
Stage 1, ArgentrÃƒÂ©-du-Plessis - Vimoutiers, 189.5 kms:
1. Leif Hoste (Bel) Vlaanderen 2000
2. Peter Wuyts (Bel) Vlaanderen 2000 s.t.
3. Damien Nazon (Fra) La Francaise des Jeux 0.55
GC after Stage 1
1. Leif Hoste (Bel) Vlaanderen 2000
2. Peter Wuyts (Bel) Vlaanderen 2000 at 0.25
3. David Millar (GB) Cofidis at 0.38
(that's all we have for now)
Quebec Cup Final Downhill (Bromont)
Junior Expert Men
1. Mathieu Laurin 4:33.18
2. Eric Belanger 4:39.58
3. Vincent Roy 4:41.61
Senior Elite Women
1. Annie Girard 4:52.63
2. Tai Lee Muxlow (AUS) 5:00.60
3. Chantale Boulianne 5:04.51
Senior Elite Men
1. Scott Sharples (AUS) 4:03.86
2. Frederic Poulin 4:08.80
3. Gerome Sanfacon 4:20.64
|Return to Canadian Cyclist homepage | Back to Top|