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September 25/00 6:04 am - Ontario News: Multi Laser Grand Prix

Posted by Editoress on 09/25/00

Multi Laser Fall Grand Prix
Gananoque, Ontario September 25
Courtesy Lee Fraser

Nat Faulkner (Kissena) took home the $1500.00 first prize in the inaugural Multi Laser Fall Grand Prix. By winning the 126km road race and finishing 2nd in the 9.2 km timetrial Faulkner secured the overall victory with a 5th place finish in the criterium. Second place went to Ray Dugan who won the time trial and the Sepp's Ski Shop timetrial Animal award with Bill Hurley securing the final podium spot.

Kim Davidge won the women's event in convincing fashion winning all three stages. Rounding out the top three were Merrill Collins (2nd) and Kirsten Robbins (3rd).

The Men's Junior/Sen3/Master combined event was won by Aaron Fillion, followed by Hans Loeffelholz, and Buck Miller.

While the Cadet victor was Ryan DeBoer. Mark Pozniak and Tyler Holtzman finished second and third respectively.

Multi Laser would like to thank all the racers and volunteers who made this event possible and look forward to a bigger and better race next year.

Additionally the organisers were remiss yesterday in not thanking the Race officials; Chief - Val Davidge, Keith Davidge, Wayne Langton, Sandy Langton and Brad Day for the excellent work and additionally Rob and Tim and for ensuring timely and accurate results.

Full results when available

Racing Bicycles
the Multi Laser Fall Grand Prix: a description of the experience

I raced on my bike in the cold ,hard rain,stage one, not fun, early break gone, chased in pain.worked hard and bonked, never caught the lead group, even got out sprinted by the wheel sucking troop. That's racing, its fun, even in late started 6 months ago I can hardly even remember.

Stage two: the time trial, early in the day, I have a lot to learn here, that's all I will say.Stage 3 the Crit, ah ha, revenge is sweet. Hine and Hurley proved too strong to beat. The fun came back after straying for awhile, and once again, racing bikes gave me that smile.

Two more weekends to strive for success, then I'll hang up my wheels and take a good rest.With memories of pleasure and pain I'll reflect and start all over again, trying to perfect, my training and plans for two thousand and one. I am pumped, I am psyched, the racing is FUN!
(words from the post race brain after the Multi Laser Fall Grand Prix in Gananoquee ON)
J. to the U.


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