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June 29/05 11:48 am - Ontario Races, B.C. Races, Ontario Employment Opportunity

Posted by Editor on 06/29/05

Peterborough Race Info - Ontario

The Peterborough Cycling Club invites you and your club members to come to our 40Km ITT on Saturday, July 2nd in Douro, ON and our Crit in Peterborough's East City on Sunday, July 3rd.

Prize money and merchandise for the ITT is set at ~$2700 and you can achieve OCA upgrade points through the event. The Crit on Sunday follows last years format with $3550 in cash to be had. 2 x $50 primes per race is up for grabs on top of the prize list.

Please check out for more info on the races.

Please note that registration ends on Friday, July 1 at 10:00 pm.

Hardwood Hills Epic 8 Hour Summer Relay - Ontario

The Epic 8 Hour Summer Relay takes place Sat. July 23rd at Hardwood Hills. Teams of 6, 4, 2 or even Solo riders, will challenge themselves to complete as many 10km laps of the course over 8 hours.

The course is now set and open for preview riding, and we have many other great activities planned for the day.

See for full event details, course map, and registration.

2005 Yaletown Grand Prix has the Fireworks Ready

A New Canada Day Tradition Begins

June 29th, 2005. Vancouver, BC. The Fireworks will start early this Canada Day. With a strong field and improved course layout, the second edition of the Yaletown Grand Prix is set to bring high level bike racing back to the historic streets of Canada's hottest neighbourhood on July 1st.

The confirmed field so far includes two-time World Champion Roland Green (Team Kona Les Gets), who has been ascendant in his 2005 return to racing after two years lost to injury in 2003/2004. Lining up next to him will be 2004 Yaletown Grand Prix Champion Svein Tuft (Symmetrics Cyclng). Svein is coming off a second place overall against an international field at the Tour de Beauce and has been in crushing form all season. The last time they met, at the Bastion Square Criterium in Victoria BC, Roland overcame the entire Symmetrics team and ended up beating Tuft by half a wheel in a late two-man break. On Friday, we'll find out if it is revenge, repeat or someone else's time to shine.

The women's field features three-time World Champion and Olympic Medallist Alison Sydor (Team Rocky Mountain Business Objects). With less emphasis on European travel this year, Alison has been a regular in road races around British Columbia and currently sits second in the BC Cup Overall standings. However, the odds-on favourite to repeat her 2004 Yaletown Grand Prix Championships is surely double Israeli National Champion Leah Goldstein (Trek Red Truck Racing). After a broken hand kept her from Olympic qualification last year, Goldstein has been dominant all year in the Pacific Northwest winning nearly everything in site including a recent victory in the Mt. Hood Classic stage race which included wins in three of the five stages. There will be a big bullseye on her back come July 1st.

The Yaletown Grand Prix offers an unparalleled venue for all this racing. The redesigned race course not only provides better action with a winding high speed pass along Pacific Boulevard, but it will also use the full length of Yaletown's Mainland Street main drag. The natural elevated viewpoints along Mainland's converted loading docks and the many summer restaurant and bar patios of this former warehouse district make for an ideal spectator venue.

Full event details are available at:

Ontario Cycling Association Contract Opportunity

Event Organizer Guide Writer

The OCA is seeking a candidate (or candidates) to write an organizer guide focussed on Road and Mountain Bike events.

Organizer Guide Writer

* Read and summarize existing organizer guide materials (extensive)
* Much of this material can be duplicated in whole or in part
* Put together comprehensive organizer guide for Ontario
* Communicate with current OCA organizers for guide input
* Can work from home or in OCA office
* Project to be completed by October 3rd, 2005

The following are key for this position:

* Bicycle event organization experience mandatory
* Prior race experience mandatory
* Self-motivated and accountable for results through focused attention on achieving goals; takes action and ownership.
* Superior organizational skills in planning and completing projects
* High attention to detail and accuracy
* Ability to draw from a repertoire of knowledge, skills, and resources

Please submit your resume (email preferred) in Word Format, by July 12, 2005.

Send to:

Steve Merker
Executive Director
Ontario Cycling Association
1185 Eglinton Ave East, Suite 408
Toronto, ON
M3C 3C6

Norm Lowe Memorial Road Race - B.C.
Courtesy Team Soliton

June 26, 2005

Men 1/2
1 Marsh Cooper
2 Cory Lange
3 Will Routley
4 Scott Goguen
5 Olav Stana
6 Sean Dawson
7 Tim Sherstobitoff
8 Jeff Sherstobitoff
9 Shane Savage
10 Ryan Anderson
11 Tom Stewart
12 Damien Waugh
13 Trevor Haaheim
14 Brad Issel
15 Min Naruki-van-Velzen
16 Eric Harvey
17 Basse Clement
18 Don Buscombe
19 Daniel Goncalves
20 Will Pratt
21 Chris White
22 Ezra Nicholls
23 Josh James
24 Sven Sturm
25 Gary Wade
26 Dan Schmit
27 Philip Burgess
28 Maurice Worsfold
29 Jason Fluckiger
30 Chris Worsfold
31 Thomas Evans
32 Brad Fairall
33 Richard Minichiello
34 Jim Tsilemos
35 Simon Craig
36 Paul Berry
37 Goosen David
38 Tony Zarsadias
DNF Carl Jacobson
DNF Larry Zimich
DNF Paul Blanchette
DNF John Tolkamp
DNF Brad Slater
DNF Brett Boniface
DNF Axel Bergman
DNF Cory Forrest
DNF Eric Kamenka
DNF Duncan Steel
DNF David Dunnison
DNF J.P. Dunlop
DNF Matthew Green
DNF Keith Stark
DNF Mike Koski
DNF Kevin Morrison
DNF Michael Hunter
DNF Andreas Hestler
DNF Jim Kwasnicki
DNF Scott Slater

Men 3
1 Garth White
2 Bevan Hughes
3 Dave Caswell
4 Ryan Clarke
5 Paul Cross
6 David Perrin
7 John Perkins
8 Keith Milne
9 Matt Dilay
10 Matthew O'Hagan
11 Otto Kamstra
12 Rod Campbell
13 Maurizio Giraldi
14 Graham Garrison
15 Michael Ryan
16 Peter Kerklaan
17 Aaron Weiss
18 Nels Guloien
19 Glenn Hendricks
20 Craig Horon
21 Craig Premack
22 Brian Griffin
23 Jeff Blair
24 Jeff Bandura
DNF Gerry Van Gaans
DNF Tom Birk
DNF Tony Routley
DNF Robin White
DNF Stephen Meyer

Men 4/5
1 Manuel Fehlmann
2 Matthew Campbell
3 Thomas Furst
4 Jonathon Cheung
5 Jason Thompson
6 Deema Annyuk
7 Eric Gowland
8 Steve O'Neill
9 Paul McCloskey
10 Mike Corno
11 Ben Jackson
12 James Thompson
13 Chris Lane
14 Neil Perry
15 Steve Cotter
16 Al Gair
17 Mitch Statton
18 David Gerth
19 John Sullivan
20 Andrew Lea
21 Alex Northey
22 Glenn Thompson
23 Mike Allina1
24 Brandan Piovisan
25 William Letham
26 Nick Berry
27 Michael Johnson
28 Grant Reid
29 Brad Petruic
30 Robin McKay
31 Bob Lindsay
32 George Janos
33 Mike Nicholls
34 Ron Klopfer
35 Ryan Cousineau
36 Trevor Wade
37 Tim Schafer
38 Colin Hale
39 Rodney Siudut
40 Albert Nomura
41 Des Snider
42 Jeff Hanninen
43 Kenny James
44 Michael Barker
45 Hans Lehmann
46 Bruse Miles
47 Jason Burch
48 Carl Zeschner
49 Tom Brouwer
DNF William Riley
DNF Rob Thompson
DNF Patrick Brick
DNF Wayne Henderson
DNF Sean Rice
DNF Peter Reichman
DNF Kevin Rutherford
DNF Lucas Fennell
DNF Dave Kosick
DNF Simon Chow
DNF Albert Souza
DNF Matt Law
DNF Stuart Lynne
DNF Gerry Goodleff
DNF Michel Pelletier
DNF Mike Elliston

Women 1/2/3
1 Leah Goldstein
2 Marni Hambleton
3 Mandy Poitras
4 Maria Lee
5 Leah Gulolen
6 Lee Darling
7 Alena Radomsky
8 Moriah MacGregor
9 Christina Briante
10 Angela Naeth
11 Barbara Zimic
12 Naomi Cooper
13 Pamela Egger
14 Amanda Butler
15 Kati Debelic
16 Melissa Kerr
DNF Suzanne Macht
DNF Emily Sandwith
DNF Julia Hlynsky

Women 4
1 Carolyn Owen
2 Kristine Brynjolfson
3 Leslie Vice
4 Heather Taddy
5 Lisa Jaffary
6 Lisa Dorian
7 Linda Chow
8 Judi Garrison
DNF Kati Debelic

Junior Men
1 Marcel Aarden
2 Graeme Bant
3 Matt Savage
4 Austin Macdougall
DNF Trevor Bant

Junior Women
1 Skye Larlee
2 Rachael Canning

Cadet Men
1 Kurtis Vallee
2 Cody Campbell
3 Brandon Carey
DNF Jesse VanOene

Cadet Women
1 Jordan Rees
2 Elizabeth Dickin


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