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May 12/97 19:42 pm - Norba and Grundig Results, Euro News, Ontario Cup, Cartoonist Wanted


Posted by Editor on 05/12/97
 

NORBA CROSS-COUNTRY NO. 1, Snow Summit, California

Men

1. Cadel Evans (Aus) Diamondback 2:25.08
2. Tim Gould (GB) Schwinn-Toyota RAV4 at 1:18
3. Kirk Molday (Canada) Marin a1:58
4. Rishi Grewal (USA) Klein 3:20
5. Peter Webber (USA) Trek-Volkswagen 3:36

Women

1. Beth Coats (USA) Ventana-Rock Shox-Shimano 2:08:45
2. Tammy Jacques (USA) Schwinn-Toyota RAV4 at 1:25
3. Ruthie Matthes (USA) PowerBar 2:26
4. Karen Wilson (USA) Pearl Izumi 4:16
5. Golden Brainard (USA) Bianchi-Martin 5:45

9. Chrissy Redden (Canada) Ritchey 9:02


Tour de l'Aude

We have only sketchy results, but it appears that Clara Hughes has dropped out of the top-5.

Stage 2, Lezignan - Lezignan 130 km

1. Muller Paulitz (Ger) 3:41:22
2. Hampel (Ger)
3. Valvik (Nor)
4. Holfeld (Ger)
5. Brunen (Ned)

Stage 4a, 52 km

1. Boebnenkova (Rus) 1:58:33
2. Polikevitsjioete (Lit)
3. Ilavska (Slv)
4. Marsal (Fra)
5. Van de Vijver (Bel)

Stage 4b, 83.5 km

1. Teutenberg (Ger) 2:31:56
2. Muller Paulitz
3. Hohlfeld (Ger)
4. Brunen
5. Valvik

GC after Stage 4b:

1. Marsal 7.56.29
2. Boebnenkova at 0:06
3. Kurreck s.t.
4. Ilavska 0:07
5. Brunel s.t.


Grundig World Cup #5, Prague, Czech Republic - Men's Results

Note: We goofed with third place in our report yesterday! After Herisset was caught and dropped by his team mate (and eventual winner) Miguel Martinez he was caught and dropped by TWO team mates - Christophe Dupouey (who finished second) and Ludovic Dubau (who finished third). Herisset actually slid to 6th by the end of the race. Also, you will notice that there are two Canadian men in the top-20 overall World Cup standings - Kirk Molday and Andreas Hestler. They are the only North Americans in the top-20.

Results

1. Martinez, Miguel FRA Sunn-Nike 2:00:16
2. Dupouey, Christophe FRA Sunn-Nike 2:02:01
3. Dubau, Ludovic FRA Sunn-Nike 2:02:02
4. Rasmussen, Michael DEN Trek-Volkswagen 2:02:31
5. Pallhuber, Hubert ITA Diamondback-Tissot 2:03:04

Canadians:

20. Hestler, Andreas CAN Rocky Mountain 2:08:55
26. Green, Roland CAN Kona Factory 2:09:53
43. Grover, Neil CAN Rocky Mountain 2:12:31

DNF Sheppard, Chris CAN Haro

Grundig Standings - Men

1 DUPOUEY CHRISTOPHE FRA 439 points
2 DUBAU LUDOVIC FRA 395
3 EVANS CADEL AUS 361
4 MARTINEZ MIGUEL FRA 351
5 HÖYDAHL RUNE NOR 343
6 BAKER DAVID GBR 318
7 PALLHUBER HUBERT ITA 316
8 RASMUSSEN MICHAEL DEN 308
9 HERISSET CHRISTOPHE FRA 305
10 ARNOULD DOMINIQUE FRA 264

Canadians:

15 MOLDAY KIRK CAN 206
18 HESTLER ANDREAS CAN 201
45 SHEPPARD CHRIS CAN 115
53 GREEN ROLAND CAN 101
68 GROVER NEIL CAN 80
141 MCGRATH SEAMUS CAN 18
155 STARK KEITH CAN 11


Sporting Life Fat Tire Festival, Kelso, Ontario - Ontario Cup #2

Thanks to Al Hawley for these results (full results can be found at: www.cyberus.ca/~willeys/res97/2.htm)

Pro Men

1 MCGRATH, Seamus KONA / Millgrove 2:16:45.20
2 HALL, Josh SCHWINN CANADA : OCUP LEADER 2:16:46.07
3 FAULKNER, Nat SILENT SPORTS/THIN BLUE LINE 2:19:36.20
4 CROOKHAM, Jason Rocky Mountain / Armstrong 2:19:46.27
5 COBHAM, Paul SILENT SPORTS/THIN BLUE LINE 2:20:16.98
6 HOLMGREN, Robert from Waterloo 2:20:46.90
7 POWELL, John W from Whitby 2:22:46.99
8 WEBER, Jeff SCHWINN CANADA / Waterloo 2:23:01.14
9 COUSINEAU, Marc SCHWINN CANADA:WEST QUEBEC WH 2:23:57.95
10 DISTEFAN, Paul from Hamilton 2:24:29.73

Pro Women

1 Leslie Greene KONA MTB TEAM / Toronto 2:11:23.84
2 Linda Gilligan SILENT SPORTS/THIN BLUE LINE 2:14:35.01
3 Tracey Buckley SCHWINN CANADA / Guelph 2:15:31.27
4 Lisa McGilvray SILENT SPORTS/THIN BLUE LINE 2:17:09.84
5 Kathleen Millar SCHWINN CANADA / London 2:20:08.63

Junior Expert Men

1 Mike Van Der Valk from Parry Sound 1:59:10.47
2 Ryan Dey BICYCLE SHOP / Paris 1:59:11.46
3 Phillip Karasinski from Hanover 2:01:24.54
4 Mike Vollmershausen WOODSTOCK CC / Woodstock 2:02:54.06
5 Jan Roubal from Sault Ste Marie 2:03:16.21


Peace Race, Czech Republic

Stage 2, Wernigerode-Freyburg, 168 km

1. Steffen Wesemann (Ger) Telekom 4:09:45
2. Jacek Mickiewicz (Pol) Mroz
3. Frantisek Trkal (Cze)
4. Pavel Chamidulin (Rus) Lada Samara
5. Marcin Gebka (Pol) all s.t.

G.C.

1. Jacek Mickiewicz (Pol) Mroz 8:02:40
2. Steffen Wesemann (Ger) Telekom at 0:09
3. Frantisek Trkal (Cze) 0:23
4. Andre Korff (Ger) 0:24
5. Alexander Charapow (Pol) Mroz 0:25


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