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August 26/00 2:52 am - RAID, Hotter n' Hell, Tour of Netherlands, MS Enduro, Jeanson Poster

Posted by Editoress on 08/26/00

Raid Pierre Harvey
Talbot Lake to Forêt Montmorency - 103 km (62 miles)
Elite Men
1. Bill Hurley 3:52:33
2. Mathieu Toulouse 3:53:22
3. Eric Tourville 3:53:24
4. Jurgen Van Den Driessche 3:53:30
5. Andreas Hestler 3:54:23
6. Julian Hine 3:54:26

1. Marie-Helen Premont 4:25:40
2. Trish Sinclair 4:26:21

Hotter 'N Hell Hundred - Wichita Falls, Texas
Stage 1: Criterium, 75 mins

1. Sylvain Beauchamp (Can) Shaklee 1.13.59
2. Mark Ernsting (USA) HHH/MSU
3. Eric Wohlberg (Can) Shaklee
4. Seth Pelust (USA) Saturn 0.20
5. Jason Waddell (USA) Arlington Velo
6. Steve Cate (USA) Mercy Cycling 0.23
7. Chris Fisher (USA) 7UP-Colorado Cyclist
8. Bruning Rangel (USA) HHH/MSU
9. Alex Palencia (USA) Mercy Cycling
10. Juan Gonzalez (USA) Texas

Tour of the Netherlands
Stage 6: Blerick to Landgraaf, 227.6 km

1. Max van Heeswijk (Ned) Mapei) 5:24:30
2. Fabrizion Guidi (Ita) La Francaise des Jeux
3. Roman Vainsteins (Lat) Vini Caldirola
4. Robert Hunter (Rsa)
5. George Hincapie (USA)
6. Enrico Cassani (Ita)
7. Stéphane Heulot (Fra)
8. Jacob Storm Piil (Dan)
9. Soren Petersen (Dan)
10. Sergei Ivanov (Rus)
13. Erik Dekker (PBS)
21. Tyler Hamilton (USA) US Postal Service all s.t
53. Fred Rodriguez (USA) Mapei-Quick Step 4:42
64. Frankie Andreu (USA) US Postal Service 7.17

Final GC

1. Erik Dekker (PBS/Rabobank) en 20:36:32
2. Robert Hunter (Rsa) at 0:13
3. Servais Knaven (Ned) 0:18
4. Tyler Hamilton (USA) 0:22
5. Fabrizio Guidi (Ita) 0:24
6. Romans Vainsteins (Lat) 0:24
7. Raivis Belohvosciks (Lat) 0:30
8. Marc Wauters (Bel) 0:32
9. Marco Pinotti (Ita) 0:43
10. Peter van Petegem (Bel) 0:54
16. George Hincapie (USA) US Postal Service 1:15
44. Fred Rodriguez (USA) Mapei-Quick Step 6:10
59. Frankie Andreu (USA) US Postal Service 11:07

8 Hour M.S. Team Relay

Still space available for all categories!

The 8 Hours Multiple Sclerosis Mountain Bike Team Relay, Paris Ontario This is a charity event to raise money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada - Brant County Chapter. Pledge forms will be included in all race packages and teams are encouraged to raise as many pledges as possible. Prizes will be awarded to the top fund raisers.

The event course is a 7.5 km. loop through the trails of Paris Lions Park, Paris Ontario. The course consists of enjoyable single track, double track and some very interesting technical sections. The event starts at 9:00AM sharp with the starting lap riders enjoying an exciting 1 km. added section. This is an endurance 8 HOUR RELAY event. Riders will carry a baton (supplied) on the course, which will be presented at the start/finish/timing area to register laps, then passed to the next team member who then continues the next lap (soloists don't pass a baton). The teams with the most laps, after 8 hours, in their category will win prizes (see entry form for categories). For teams that are less physical or enjoy more entertainment, there will be a 5-6 person fun category.

What is Multiple Sclerosis? Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is the most common disease of the central nervous system affecting young adults in Canada. An estimated 50,000 Canadians have MS. The disease attacks the myelin covering the central nervous system, causing inflammation and often destroying the myelin in patches. This process interrupts the natural flow of nerve impulses. The result may be vision problems, numbness, loss of balance, extreme fatigue, tremors, even paralysis. Spontaneous recovery from symptoms can occur and last for several months or years. But multiple sclerosis is often progressive and characterized by unpredictable attacks causing further disability. Multiple sclerosis affects more women than men (almost two to one) and usually strikes people who are between the ages of 20 and 40. Canada has one of the highest rates of MS in the world. As yet, the cause and cure are unknown, but recently drugs to reduce the frequency and severity of MS attacks have become available.

Please join us on September 10th to help raise money to support the MS Society.

For more information or on-line registration:

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Cycling Posters

A while ago there was a forum thread running. Someone was looking for cycling posters/art to cover the walls of their new house/apartment. I recently came across this site and thought I would pass it on. If you type cycling into the search field it will take you to all cycling related posters available.


Jeanson Featured Athlete

Genevieve Jeanson will be the featured athlete in the Sports section of Sundays Toronto Star.


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