Canadian Cyclist


September 18/06 6:05 am - IPC World Cycling Championships: CCA report

Posted by Editoress on 09/18/06

2006 IPC World Cycling Championships Aigle, Switzerland
Courtesy CCA

Silver for Canada at IPC Worlds

Québec's Stéphane Côté and Pierre-Olivier Boily took the silver medal at the paralympic cycling road race on Monday, to conclude the Worlds event on a fantastic note for Canada.

The Québec tandem was as close as 35 seconds from the victory earned by Poland and succeeded in placing second. Côté and Boily managed to escape the peloton at 2 km from the finish, while eventual winners were in a breakaway.

"The men's tandem was a fantastic race with all three of our teams placing in the top ten. With Stéphane and PO (Pierre-Olivier), who came in second, Canada earned silver, that's right SILVER!" said CCA's National Paralympic Team Manager Larry McDougall just after the race.

Brian Cowie and Devon Smibert (AB) were 8th, 38 seconds back, followed by Gene Della Siega (BC) and Craig Deveer (ON), also at 38 seconds back for 12th place.

The tandem Shawn Marsolais and Clare Cameron (BC) narrowly escaped a spectacular crash in the women's 69.6 km race and finished 7th, at approximately 2 minutes back.

Calgary's Lisa Stowe (AB) was 6th in the Women's 58-km LC 1.

Jean Quévillon (QC) and Brayden McDougall (AB)'s CP 3 road race was 46.4 km long and they were both involved in a sprint for secnd place, where they finished 7th and 9th respectively.

Women's LC 1
1. Ju Fang Zhou (Chn) 1:35:37
2. Sarah Bailey (GBr) at 0:01
3. Claire McLean (Aus) 1:15

6. Lisa Stowe (Can) 3:44

Men's CP 3
1. Javier Ochoa (Esp) 1:11:17
2. Darren Kenny, (GBr) at 4:38
3. Jaco Nel (RSA) 4:39

7. Jean Quévillon (Can) 4:41
9. Brayden McDougall (Can) 4:51

Men B&VI

1. Polish team ?
2. Stéphane Côté/Pierre-Olivier Boily (Can) at 0:35

8. Brian Cowie/Devon Smibert (Can) 0:38
12. Gene Della Siega/Craig Deveer (Can), s.t.


Return to Canadian Cyclist homepage | Back to Top

 Privacy Policy | Contact | Subscribe to RSS Feed  | Logout
 © Copyright 1998-2022 Canadian Cyclist. All rights reserved.