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September 5/02 6:44 am - Cyclo-Cross Nationals, CCA Selling Team Bikes, Pan American Championships Final Report

Posted by Editoress on 09/5/02

2002 National Cyclo-Cross Championships
courtesy CCA

Sunday November 3, 2002
St. Augustin, QC

Location - St-Augustin, QC
Event Organizer - Productions CycloBros.
11 rue des sous bois
Ste-Catherine QC, Can
Telephone - 418-875-1815 and 418-871-1140
Fax - 418-875-0532
e-mail -
website -

National Team Bike Sale
courtesy CCA

For the second year in a row, the Canadian Cycling Association is selling off it's fleet of Devinci Millenium 2002 bicycles. Although these practically new bikes can only be shipped out to the buyer towards the end of October, it is still possible to reserve one with a cash deposit of minimum 300$.

The sizings that are available are 2 - Extra small (48 to 52cm), 2 - Small (53 to 55cm), 1 - Medium (56 to 58cm) and 1 - Large (59 to 62cm).

The bicycles are equipped with Shimano 9 speed Utegra with Mavic Cosmic Elite wheels on Michelin Axial tires.

The set price per bicycle is 1700$ (Tax included).

For more information or to order please contact Fiona Morrow at or by phone at 613 248-1353 x2606

Canadians Clean Up at 2002 Pan American Championships
courtesy CCA

August 30, 2002

Canada's success at the Pan American Road and Track championships is evident from the grin on Lori-Ann's face below. Canada won 6 medals, 3 of them by Lori-Ann.

1st - Lori-Ann Muenzer CANADA
2nd - Yumari Gonzales CUBA
3rd - Diana Garcia COLOMBIA

Standing 500M:
1st - Yumari Gonzales CUBA - 34.6sec.
2nd - Lori-Ann Muenzer CANADA - 35.000sec.
3rd - Diana Garcia COLOMBIA -

Match Sprints:
1st - Lori-Ann Muenzer CANADA
2nd - Yumari Gonzales CUBA
3rd - Diana Garcia COLOMBIA

Erin Carter of MB won silver in the women's Individual Pursuit, Steen Madsen won Bronze in the Men's Keirin and Marc Ernsting of BC won Bronze in the Individual Pursuit:

1 Marco Arriagada (Chile)
2 Luca Barrazutti (Ecuador)
3 Mark Ernsting (Canada)

Unfortunately, tragedy struck soon after the event. Lori-Ann, feeling under the weather with a cramp in her side, underwent surgery on Wednesdey of this week, for appendicitis. Lori-Ann is out for the rest of the season, undoubtedly a tough bite to swallow, as she was primed and prepped for the World Championships. However, she'll be good and ready for 2003.

We wish her a speedy recover, and big congratulations on her many successes in 2002.


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