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March 17/98 9:57 am - More Australian Results, Alberta News

Posted by Editor on 03/17/98

More Australian Results

We now have complete results for the Discovery Channel Womens Cycling Challenge stage race, which took place last weekend. You can also visit the website Here.

More Canadian Results

Stage 1 - Criterium

8. Kim Langton 14 points
9. Annie Gariepy 13
21. Cybil Diguistini 6
28. Sophie St Jacques 1

Stage 2 - Road Race

5. Sophie St Jacques 42 points
20. Annie Gariepy 2
21. Kim Langton 1
21. Cybil Diguistini 1

Stage 3 - Road Race

14. Kim Langton 24 points
23. Cybil Diguistini 2
25. Annie Gariepy 2
34. Sophie St Jacques 2

Stage 4 - Criterium

4. Kim Langton 24 points
6. Annie Gariepy 18
21. Sophie St Jacques 1
21. Cybil Diguistini 1

Final GC

1. Anna Wilson AUS 177 points
2. Ellie Kennedy AUS 159
3. Elizabeth Tadich AUS 128

12. Kim Langton CAN 63
16. Sophie St Jacques CAN 46
20. Annie Gariepy CAN 35
29. Cybil Diguistini CAN 10

Alberta News

The Alberta Bicycle Association is looking for a Mountain Bike Coach. The contract runs April 1 to August 31, 1998. Responsibilities will include: Rider Development, Clinics, Team Management, Program Planning, Administration. Resumes can be sent by mail, fax (403-453-8576) or e-mail: until March 20th.

Alberta is also looking for a Track Coach for the month of July. The coach will manage the provincial team at the Track Nationals, attend pre-Nationals meets and prepare riders for the Nationals. The deadline is April 1 for resumes, and they should be sent to the same place as the Mountain Bike applications.

Alex Stieda Sells Out!

This coming Saturday (March 21st), former road pro Alex Stieda will be having a garage sale of some of his cycling stuff, including old team clothing, bikes, wheel sets, etc. The time is 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, and the location is 13207 81 Ave. (in Edmonton). Alex was, of course, was a member of the first major North American pro team, 7-11, and was the first North American to wear the Yellow Jersey as the Tour de France race leader (I wonder if he is selling his Maillot Jaune...). If you do go, please drop us a line and let us know how the event went.

P.S. You have probably noted the colour of this posting is a little different from usual. We wanted to give our Irish heritage (real or imagined...) readers a bit of a treat on St Patrick‚s Day. Have a Guiness on us (don‚t send us the bill...).


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