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August 11/97 21:26 pm - National Team Announcement, Euro News, US Track News, PEI News

Posted by Editor on 08/11/97

MTB National Results Complete National Mountain Bike Championship Results for the cross country are now posted (as are the Downhill). Final Canada Cup standings will go up tomorrow. National Team Change The CCA has informed us that the final three positions for the Senior Men‚s Downhill team have not been decided at this point - our posting yesterday was a preliminary team. All other team announcements are official. WC STANDINGS World Cup Standings After San Sebastien) 1. Rolf Sorenson (Denmark) Rabobank 212 points 2. Michele Bartoli (Italy) Maglificio 196 3. Beat Zberg (Switzerland) Mercatone Uno 120 4. Laurent Jalabert (France) ONCE 114 5. Andrei Tchmil (Ukraine) Lotto 104 6. David Rebellin (Italy) Fran des Jeux 101 7. Erik Zabel (Germany) Telekom 100 8. Bjarne Riis (Denmark) Telekom 100 9. Frederic Guesdon (France) Fran des Jeux 100 10. Davide Casarotto (Italy) SCR 98 11. Johan Museeuw (Netherlands) Mapei 95 12. Jo Planckaert (Belgium) Lotto 94 13. Frederic Moncassin (France) Gan 94 14. Andrea Tafi (Italy) Mapei 90 15. Maximilian Sciandri (UK) Fran des Jeux 81 Tour of Denmark Final GC 1. Servais Knaven (Netherlands) TVM 19 hours 47 minutes 35 seconds 2. Peter Meinert (Denmark) US Postal 10 seconds behind 3. Jesper Skibby (Denmark) TVM 24 seconds behind 4. Bjarne Riis (Denmark) Telekom 27 seconds behind 5. Adriano Baffi (Italy) US Postal 34 seconds behind 6. Brian Holm (Denmark) Telekom 36 seconds behind 7. Dariusz Baranowski (Poland) US Postal same time 8. Leon Van Bon (Netherlands) Rabobank 44 seconds behind 9. Giovanni Lombardi (Italy) Telekom 49 seconds behind 10. Volker Ordowski (Germany) Schauff Oeschelbronn 59 seconds behind Tour de France VTT Final GC 1. Kristensen, 15h44'12" 2. Savignoni, at 6'00" 3. Evans, at 6'31" 4. Dupouey, at 12'39" 5. Tcherkassov, at 23'09" 6. Martinez, at 27'22" 7. Manin, at 36'13" 8. Pallhuber, at 39'56" 9. Brentjens, at 44'27" 10. Vollet, at 49'00" 11. Paulissen, at 49'12" 12. Certain, at 51'04" 13. Baker, at 54'08" 14. Rowney, at 56'45" 15. Orcel, at 1h00'08" 16. Rolandez, at 1h02'38" 17. Wysseier, at 1h05'06" 18. De Portugal, at 1h05'32" 19. Dubau, at 1h10'27" 20. Pouly, at 1h10'47" EDS TRACK CUP 1997, Aug. 10, Alpenrose Velodrome, Portland, Ore. Women‚s 3km Individual Pursuit 1. JEN EVANS (TEAM EDS), Austin, Texas, four minutes, 0.64 secs (track record); 2. Cris Smith (Greggís-Specialized), Bellevue, Wash., 4:07.30; 3. Mandy Poitras (Escape Velocity), Burnaby, B.C., Canada, 4:09.64 Women‚s Points Race, 19.3km 1. JEN EVANS (TEAM EDS), Austin, Texas, 33 pts (3 sprint wins); 2. Cris Smith (Greggís-Specialized), Bellevue, Wash., 27 (2); 3. Brenda Brashears (PowerBar), Grants Pass, Ore., 24 (1); 4. Mandy Poitras (Escape Velocity), Burnaby, B.C., Canada, 19 (3) PEI News CPEI has met another of its goals for the year, and that was to establish a WEB site. The first cut is up for viewing and will undergo some editting and fine tuning. We invite you to visit our site and let us know what you think by dropping us an e-mail. Our site is at: Trail maps and current event/activity news are sections yet to be added. We would also like to invite anyone interested to the CPEI's first Mountain Bike Race and Festival August 30 and 31. It is the Red Mud Mountain Mayhem to be held at the Canada Games Nordic Centre about 20 minutes from Charlottetown. The Festival of Fathers is also happening on the Charlottetwon waterfront the same week-end. Flyer should be on WEB site soon or we can send one on request. Rob Robinson President CPEI


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