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April 21/99 10:38 am - Willamette, Manitoba, New Brunswick, B.C., UCI News

Posted by Editor on 04/21/99

Willamette Results

We now have Final GC standings for the men at the Tour of Willamette. The women's results are not yet available, but we do know that Canadian Lyne Bessette (Saturn) won, and that Linda Jackson (Timex) finished second in the last stage.

Final GCNameTeamTime/Time Behind
1Rogers, ThurlowMercury Cycling Team18:06:56
2Barry, MichaelSaturnat 0:00:17
3Leipheimer, LeviSaturn0:02:36
4Moniger, ScottMercury Cycling Team0:02:43
5Clinger, DavidMercury Cycling Team0:02:56
6Willett, KirkMercury Cycling Team0:03:12
7Bowen, BartSaturn0:03:30
8Landis, FloydMercury Cycling Team0:03:35
9Swindlehurst, BurkeSaturn0:03:39
10Perras, DominiqueNutra-Fig/Team G C0:04:00
11Anand, MattSaturn0:04:09
12Walters, MarkNavigators0:04:34
13Martin, PaulNavigators0:05:18
14Frischkorn, WillMercury/Ritchey Cycling0:05:20
15Villatoro, Anton7 UP0:05:46
16Wohlberg, EricShaklee0:06:40
17Lieswyn, JohnShaklee0:10:02
18Zabriskie, DaveNutra-Fig/Team G C0:10:59
19Pearce, ColbyShaklee0:13:07
20Heaney, PatrickLombardi Sports0:13:25
30Walker, AdamCanadian National Team0:26:12
36Giuliano, GiusseppeJet Fuel Coffee0:33:56
39Varghese, AntoineKissena0:35:36
49Hooker, RossPhysical Culture0:42:56
51Bergson, Anthonyunattached0:45:06
54Segato, LucaNutra-Fig/Team G C0:52:28
63Keefer, JesseVW-Canada1:07:48
85Trenchard, Hughunattached2:13:41
104Randell, AndrewJet Fuel CoffeeDNF

Manitoba News
(courtesy Dave Benson)

The first race in the six event Olympia - Kids of Mud program kicked off this evening (April 20th) at the White Tail Deer Trail in Bird's Hill Park. 45 participants in the age 8-16 range competed in three categories. Registration for the program is on-going through any Olympia Store location. There will be a club ride on Tuesday, April 29th. For more information, call Dave Benson at (204) 269-1967. Tonight's top five finishers were:

Gaffers (Age 8-10)

1st Paul Benson
2nd Mark Wiebe
3rd Marc Bergen
4th Adrian Huemmer
5th Cole Guertin

Intermediate (Age 11-13)

1st Rene Regimbald
2nd Curtis Walstra
3rd Chris Butcher
4th Jamie Biluk
5th Eric Levin

1st Cheryl Johnson
2nd Kathryn Ayers

Senior (Age 14-17)

1st Michael Harris
2nd Michael Johnson
3rd Thomas Benson
4th Mike Mazepa
5th Cabrel Boucher

1st Aubray Windsor
2nd Danielle Burke
3rd Natalia Burachynsky

The first MCA Race, sponsored by Olympia Cycle and Ski, drew 34 riders in two categories. The race results were:


1st Leith McLeod
2nd Gord Hamm
3rd Dan Peters
4th Joel Regimbald
5th Mark Salerre

1st Chris Duester
2nd Danno Harper
3rd Russell Brandt
4th Shawn Guertin
5th Newman Canti

The first major Sunlight Cup Race of the season will be cosponsored by Olympia Cycle and Ski at the Grand Beach Cross Country Ski trails in Grand Beach Provincial Park on Sunday, May 2nd 1999. Contact MCA or Olympia for details.

New Brunswick News
(courtesy Dave Macfarlane)

The first race of VeloNB 1999 road series takes place in Moncton on Sunday April 25. Registration 8:00 am to 9:30 am. Start at 10:00 Details on Velo NB web site Phone Number for info: Mikes Bike Shop (506) 852-7100

This will be one of four designated bonus point races for riders from VeloNB's NB Tel Mobility Mountain Series. Participation in these designated road events will earn riders a one point credit in their mountain bike series standings.

B.C. News
(courtesy Rodney Hsu, Peg Wenting)

The photos of Vanier Park race are now up on my website, to get there directly, go to: (race report) (photo gallery)

More photos to come. Enjoy! Don't forget to tell all your friends to check it out.


If you're visiting the Fraser Valley this summer, please join us every Wed. night for training and Twoonie Races at Mission Raceway (no traffic), every second Thurs. for an ITT 16km, or Recreational weekend rides. We love to have visitors or new members for the Central Fraser Valley Cycle Club, organizers of the 1998 Tim Horton's National Road Championships in Abbotsford. Contact us at or We'd like to hear from you!

UCI News

Swatch will be the title sponsor of the BMX World Cup.

For 2000 the World Trials Championships will be combined with the Mountain Bike Championships in Sierra Nevada, Spain. Perhaps Trials may come back again on
this side of the pond!

1999-2000 Cyclocross World Cup schedule, exact locations to be published in June:

7/11/99 Switzerland
21/11/99 Czech Republic
5/12/99 Luxembourg
19/12/99 Belgium
2/1/2000 Holland
16/1/2000 France


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