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September 16/98 6:13 am - Masters Challenge (Men), Vuelta


Posted by Editor on 09/16/98
 

World Masters Challenge - Men‚s Results

This afternoon the Veteran and Masters age men raced at Mont Ste Anne. Our reporter Claire Bonin reports that conditions were excellent, with the riders split on whether the circuit was too technical, or not technical enough. In the Men‚s 40-49 race, Pierre Harvey and Gilles Morneau both started out very strongly, however, Morneau crashed twice in the technical sections and withdrew. Harvey elected to be more cautious in the technical parts, admitting that he walked one section, and dropped to 7th by the end of the race.

The Pro Downhillers held a press conference just an hour ago, and said that the course is a fun one that doesn‚t favour any one rider in particular. It is very straight, however, the track is rough and rutted, so that it will take alot of strength to do well. Riders will also have by careful of pinchflats with all the loose rocks.

Men 30-39

1. Steve Tilford USA 1:36:48
2. Sean Kelsey USA 1:37:15
3. Dino Buffoni ITA 1:37:28

13. Terry Tomlin CAN at 5:15
25. Luc Blain CAN 8:34


Men 40-49

1. Rudy De Bie BEL 1:11:17
2. Ole Silseth NOR 1:12:56
3. Larry Hibbard USA 1:13:22

7. Pierre Harvey CAN at 5:16
10. Nels Guldien CAN 7:04
11. Daniel Auclair CAN 7:05
17. Rob Sanderson CAN 10:49
18. Dan Berard CAN 10:50
20. Rob Henderson CAN 11:30
32. Jean Arthur Tremblay CAN 15:21
33. Ronnie Stichelbout CAN 15:57
34. Glenn Laycoch CAN 16:15


Men 50+

1. Christian Jupillat FRA 50:23
2. Rob Kassow USA 50:38
3. John Howard USA 51:03

11. Pierre Gendron CAN at 5:20
12. Lindsay Gauld CAN 5:31
22. Brian Jensen CAN 11:22
23. Walter Jensen CAN 11:41
25. Geoff Smith CAN 12:11
26. Carroll Roy CAN 12:49
27. Mike Gosselin CAN 13:27
32. Mike Doble CAN 22:45
33. Ronald Near CAN 23:36
36. Gordon Wyatt CAN 27:05



Vuelta Espana

Stage 11 - Andorra (Frontera) to Cerler, 186 km

1. José Maria Jiminez Sastre (Esp) Banesto 4:55:05
2. Roberto Heras Hernandez (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca
3. Fernando Escartin (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca
4. Daniel Clavero Sebastian (Esp) Vitalicio Seguros all s.t.
5. Alex Zülle (Fra) Festina-Lotus at 0:13
6. Laurent Jalabert (Fra) ONCE-Deutsche Bank
7. Manuel Beltran Martinez (Esp) Banesto both s.t.
8. Abraham Olano Manzano (Esp) Banesto 0:19
9. Marcos Serrano (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca
10. Gianluca Valoti (Ita) Polti both s.t.

GC

1. Abraham Olano Manzano (Esp) Banesto 47:52:23
2. Laurent Jalabert (Fra) ONCE-Deutsche Bank at 0:35
3. Fernando Escartin (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca 0:51
4. José Maria Jiminez Sastre (Esp) Banesto 1:17
5. Daniel Clavero Sebastian (Esp) Vitalicio Seguros 2:01
6. Alvaro Gonzalez Galdeano (Esp) Euskaltel-Euskadi 2:09
7. Alex Zülle (Fra) Festina-Lotus 2:19
8. Roberto Heras Hernandez (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca 2:24
9. Lance Armstrong (USA) US Postal 2:44
10. Oskar Camenzind (Sui) Mapei-Bricobi 2:47

 


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