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July 2/00 10:15 am - Women's Race About to Start, Women's Giro, Oregon Race

Posted by Editor on 07/2/00

Mont Ste Anne World Cup - Pre-Women's Race Report

It is wet and muddy on the Mont Ste Anne cross-country circuit, after heavy rain last night. The sun keeps peeking through the clouds, but there is still some rain worries. Juniors finishing said that they were crashing a lot on the slippery roots in the technical sections. Based on the feedback from the Junior race, and the threat of rain, the organizers have removed one technical section - a difficult singletrack descent after the main climb (part of the climb has been removed also). This may affect chances for technically proficient riders such as Alison Sydor. However, Chrissy Redden said last night that everyone is concerned about broken collarbones this close to the Olympics, and that organizers and the UCI are erring on the side of caution. The women will be doing 5 laps, the men 7.

Giro d'Italia Femminile

Stage 5 - July 1: Motta di Livenza-Treviso, 110 km

1. Roberta Bonanomi (Ita) Gas Sport Team 3:01:25
2. Svetlana Boubnenkova (Rus) Edilsavino at 0:01
3. Madeleine Lindberg (Swe) Farm Frites-Hartol
4. Sara Felloni (Ita) Team Alfa Lum
5. Simona Parente (Ita) Gas Sport Team
6. Valeria Cappellotto (Ita) Gas Sport Team
7. Tatiana Stiajkina (Ukr) G.S.F Acca Due O Lorena
8. Alessandra Cappellotto (Ita) Gas Sport Team
9. Valentina Polkhanova (Rus) Edilsavino
10. Lucia Pizzolotto (Ita) Michela Fanini Record Box


1. Svetlana Boubnenkova (Rus) Edilsavino 12:56:52
2. Sara Felloni (Ita) Team Alfa Lum s.t.
3. Madeleine Lindberg (Swe) Farm Frites-Hartol at 0:06
4. Roberta Bonanomi (Ita) Gas Sport Team0:07
5. Tatiana Stiajkina (Ukr) G.S.F Acca Due O Lorena 0:08
6. Daniela Veronesi (Smr) Team Alfa Lum
7. Nicole Brandle (Swi) Swiss National Team
8. Joane Somarriba A. (Spa) Team Alfa Lum
9. Valentina Polkhanova (Rus) Edilsavino
10. Alessandra Cappellotto (Ita) Gas Sport Team all s.t.

Lakeside Bicycles Tualatin Crawfish Festival Criterium - Oregon

SATURDAY, AUGUST 12TH, 2000 Tualatin, Oregon
Sponsors include: Lakeside Bicycles, Tualatin Subway, Rivers Edge Athletic Club, Arnette Sunglasses, Mavic…more to come

Come celebrate the 50th annual Crawfish Festival along with the 10th annual running of the Crawfish Festival Criterium. The course is south of town allowing many spectators from the festival to come watch the challenging circuit. The course consists of a downhill, sweeping corners and an uphill rise to the finish line. Pavement is in perfect condition.

Awards/Prizes Information:
Primes will be given in every race. Some primes include Arnette Sunglasses (Raven and Threat Models). 1st place in the Pro-1-2 race will get Cosmic Pro Wheelset. 1st place in the Women's Race will get a Mongoose NX7.3 Mountain Bike Frameset. The top 3 Category 4 women will get prizes too. No returns or exchanges on merchandise given from Lakeside Bicycles.

Category 4/5 9:30 45 min. + 1 lap $300 Merchandise/Gift Certificates, 4 deep

10:30 50 min + 1 lap $500Cash/Merchandise/Gif Certificates, 5 deep, Prizes for the top 3 cat 4 Women

Masters 30+ 11:30 50 min + 1 lap $375 Merchandise/Gift Certificates, 5 deep

Category 3 12:30 60 min + 1 lap $675 Cash/Merchandise/Gift Certificates, 5 deep

Kids Race (ages 10 and under) 1:45 2 laps on abbreviated course. All Kids get Ribbons

Category Pro/1/22:15 90 min + 1 lap $1100 Cash/Merchandise/Gift Certificates, 10 deep. 1st place get a CosmicPro Wheelset!!!

Entry Fee: $15.00
Second Event Entry fee: $8.00
Kids Race: FREE

Registration: 8:00 am and closes 15 before your event start time. All racers (except Kids racers) have to be Oregon Bicycle Racing Association Members (OBRA). Year long and Day OBRA licenses available at the race, or forms online at or (503) 661-0686. Year long membership for OBRA is $15.00 or day at $5.00. The Crawfish Criterium is an Oregon Bicycle Racing Association (OBRA) insured event. Entry fee includes OBRA equipment and insurance surcharges. Insurance and sanctioning is provided by the Oregon Bicycle Racing Association. Information on the Crawfish Festival at

Rules: All OBRA Racing rules apply. Lapped riders will be pulled at Chief Judge's discretion. Lapped riders will be ineligible for primes. Numbers worn on jersey, left side. Free lap rule will be in effect. All riders, counting Kids race have to wear ANSI approved helmet. No Exceptions.

Directions: From I-5, take the Tualatin exit (exit 289), go west/straight on Nyberg road (DO NOT VEER LEFT ONTO TUALITAN / SHERWOOD HIGHWAY *GO STRAIGHT) and then turn left at the traffic signal /Martinazzi Street. Head west/left up SW Martinazzi Street (through 3 lights). Follow Martinazzi to the top of the course and turn left. BE VERY CAREFUL OF BICYCLES WHEN ENTERING FROM THE TOP OF THE COURSE/BUSINESS PARK. Addition Caution, The Crawfish Festival Parade may be going on when you are trying to get to the course along with Festival Traffic.

Questions: Contact Race Director Jim Anderson,, 503-975-8229

**Prizes may be cash or a combination of cash and merchandise. NOTE: We
are still in the process of gathering great prizes to give out at the event

THANKS TO: OBRA, Tualatin Chamber of Commerce, Tualatin Crawfish Festival Committee, Tri-met, Insignia Property Management, City of Tualatin.


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