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October 24/02 11:46 am - MTB Pan Am Team, Sun Herald, Victoria Conference, Team News, Ont.'Cross

Posted by Editor on 10/24/02

Mountain Bike Pan Am Championships Team
Courtesy CCA

October 24, 2002

The Canadian Cycling Association is pleased to announce that the following riders will represent Canada at the 2002 MTB Pan Am Championships, to be held in Santiago, Chile, Nov. 1-3, 2002

XC Elite Men
Mathieu Toulouse - QC
Peter Wedge - NB

XC Elite Women
Trish Sinclair - BC

XC Espoir Men
Ricky Federau - BC

XC Junior Men
Fréderic Bussieres - QC
Maximilian Plaxton - BC

Neil Ross, from Hamilton, Ontario will be managing the team.

Sun Herald Tour - Australia

Stage 9 - Sale Criterium 36 km

1 Hilton Clarke (Aus) Ballarat*Eureka 49:51
2 Baden Cooke (Aus) Jayco
3 Henk Vogels (Aus) Bicycle S/Store-Vic State Home Loans
4 Bart Heirewegh (Bel) Carlton Midstrength
5 Peter Rogers (Aus) Rio Coffee all s.t.

20 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Ballarat*Eureka at 0:03


1 Baden Cooke (Aus) Jayco 19:42:05
2 Jonas Ljungblad (Swe) Malaysia Airlines at 1:59
3 David McKenzie (Aus) Active For Life 2:05
4 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Ballarat*Eureka 2:58
5 Alan Iacuone (Aus) Active For Life 3:02

Shimano Sprint Classification

1 Scott Guyton (NZL) Pelaco 74 points
2 Baden Cooke (Aus) Jayco 52
3 Lee Vertongen (NZL) Pelaco 32
4 Michal Precechtel (Cze) Latrobe City 26
5 Eric Wohlberg (Can) Ballarat*Eureka 23

Victoria Hosts 2004 ProBike/ProWalk Conference

North America's largest cycling and walking conference is going to be held in Victoria, B.C. in 2004. The conference, which attracts federal and local bicycle coordinators, engineers, planners, health care researchers, law enforcement personnel and leaders of cycling and walking advocacy organizations from across North America is scheduled to take place in Victoria on September 7th to 10th, 2004.

Team Transfers

Bart Brentjens, the 1996 Olympic champion (and currently world ranked number 1) has signed with the German T-Mobile squad for 2003-2004. Anne-Caroline Chausson, the downhill and 4-X world champion, has signed with the French Commencal squad for 2003, after the demise of the Volvo-Cannondale team.

Midweek CC 'Cross - Ontario
Courtesy Peter McCaffery

Centennial Park, Etobicoke

One of the best European-type courses in the province - Fast, Challenging, Fun!

November 3rd, 2002

11:00 am - Juniors, Cadets, Masters B/C/D, Women - 40 minutes + 1 lap

12:30 pm - Senior Men, Master A Men - 1 hour + 1 lap

US and out-of province riders welcome

Entry fee: $20.00, Juniors/Cadets $10.00

Prizes and medals for all categories

Note: This event is part of OCA 2002 Cyclo-cross Series

Information: Peter McCaffery, 905 271 8300, email:


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