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May 4/06 9:20 am - World Tuesday Night Championships Resume At UBC

Posted by Editoress on 05/4/06

SISU World Tuesday Night Championships Resume At UBC Vancouver BC
Courtesy Stéphane Delisle

Brad Fairall (Symmetrics Cycling) won the season opener for Men's Category 1/2 race at the SISU World Tuesday Night Championships. Lee Darling, club not known, won the Women's Category 1/2/3 race. The weekly 'Tuesday Nighters' see cyclists from across the Lower Mainland congregate at the UBC campus for training races hosted by Team Escape Velocity.

"The weather has cooperated for the first week of racing, and we're pleased with the number of cyclists who have decided to make these races part of their weekly training again this year. These races are a great opportunity for our club to give back to cycling in a very meaningful and visible way each week," explains Gordon Ross, President Team Escape Velocity.

Women's Cat 1/2/3
1. Lee Darling -
2. Barb Zimich - Team Coastal
3. Sarah Stewart

Men's Cat 1/2
1. Brad Fairall - Symmetrics Cycling
2. Scott Slater - Masi-Adobe
3. Damien Waugh - Masi-Adobe

Men's Cat 4
1. Katle Karan
2. Brad Bisset - Team Wedgewood
3. Steven Herbert - Escape Velocity

Women's Cat 4
1. Heather Gerth - Dizzy Chicks
2. Jenelle Cassidy - Dizzy Chicks
3. Rachel Canning - dEVo

Men's Cat 3
1. Ron Klopfer - Team Coastal
2. Eric Giroux - Atomic
3. David Slater

Men's Cat 5
1. Marc Perrot
2. Curtis Weber
3. Unknown

The SISU World Tuesday Night Championships are the friendliest, most competitive, and best attended weekly road racing series in western Canada. Racing takes place at UBC every dry Tuesday from May until August.

Founded in August 1989, Team Escape Velocity is a Vancouver, BC based cycling club committed to promoting and developing the sport of cycling in Canada. With membership ranging from novice Category 5 riders to Canadian National Team members and North American champions, we pride ourselves in our community involvement, race organization, youth development, and leadership activities. For more information on EV see:



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