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April 19/99 6:25 am - Ontario TT, O'Cup Revised Standings, Vuelta Aragon

Posted by Editor on 04/19/99

Spokes N Slopes Hilton Falls Time Trial

With a really tough course under the best of conditions facing them, the racers were dreading an even tougher challenge created by wet conditions. Fortunately the weather gods smiled upon the competition and merely drizzled instead of the expected downpour. The course length to 12 km was shortened due to the rain of the previous 2 days, leaving only one 1.5 km section of nasty, rocky singletrack. This section didn't claim any riders, but it did exact a toll on their bikes. Broken chains and pinch flats were very common. Some of the younger folks and new racers were out on the course for almost an hour, but the experienced racers rose to the occasion with some fast times. The fastest of the fast was Enrico Traini (Trail Blazers) with a time of 30:24.22, followed by Kevin Haviland at 30:27.93. Leslie Greene (DeVinci/Ford) turned in the fastest women's time at 36:10.43. Excellent times based on the difficulty of the course. Congratulations to all competitiors. For complete results (and a whole bunch of great photos courtesy of Jim Best) visit the W.O.W. website (

Many thanks to the Hilton Falls Staff for their help. W.O.W. was pleased to contribute over $700 to Hilton Falls from the race. Hilton Falls is our favourite place to ride and we're happy that we could help. Go and ride there and contribute a few bucks to keep some great trails open. Huge thanks to Spokes N Slopes of Milton for the great prizes and the volunteer help (especially Jeff Marshall for all the trail work!). Spokes N Slopes will be holding trail rides at Hilton Falls and Tuesday night races at Kelso all summer. Contact them at 905-876-7676 if you want to join the fun. Thanks also to Charlie Fitz Whiskey's in Milton for hosting the after event party. Awesome food and a fine way to wrap up the day. And finally thanks to all of the volunteers who helped to make it happen on race day!

Ontario Cup Road Rankings
(courtesy Val Davidge)

The following points listings are the complete and correct Ontario Cup rankings after event #1. An earlier listing contained non-Ontario riders in the rankings.

Senior Men
1Maggiocomo, DanJet Fuel10
2Davison, BruceSudbury9
3Shea, PatInd.8
4Rusche, BrianSaeco7
5Munroe, MalcolmKiro6
6Davidge, PiersMississauga/Volvic5
7Caird, AndrewExit Realty4
8Fry, DavidRNH3
9Duggan, RaySaeco2
10Kramer, StefanSt. Catharines1
1Farrell, JuliaRNH10
2Jarvis, AmyIntersports9
3Black, ChloeIntersports8
4Langton, KimElita7
5Miller, KathleenIntersports6
6Bradley. JuliaOn Your Bike5
7Radecki, SophieRNH4
8Simonsen, LindaInd3
9Magosha PyjorOn Your Bike2
10Kristin RobbinsInd.1
1Abramavicious, TonySchwinn10
2Chewter, BrianHamilton CC9
3Desrochers, DesiSchwinn8
4Clarke, GordNewmarket7
5Scully, GaryHalton R & T6
6Thomas, GrahamHalton R & T5
7Shropshire, PNewmarket4
8Roy, PatrickOBC3
9Laycock, GlenInd2
10Kocemba, JanInd1

Vuelta Aragon, Spain

Stage 5 - Daroca to Zaragoza 143 km

1. Marcel Wust (Ger) Festina Lotus 3:28:23
2. Erik Zabel (Ger) Telekom
3. Jeremy Hunt (GB) Banesto
4. Gian Matteo Fagnini (Ita) Saeco-Cannondale
5. Manuel Sanroma (Esp) Fuenlabrada

46. Lance Armstrong (USA) US Postal
51. Jan Ullrich (Ger) Telekom
96. Kevin Livingston (USA) US Postal all s.t.
107. Frankie Andreu (USA) US Postal at 0:46

Final GC

1. Juan Carlos Dominguez (Esp) Vitalicio Seguros 20:42:41
2. Jose Maria Jimenez (Esp) Banesto at 0:01
3. Leonardo Piepoli (Ita) Banesto 0:06
4. Peter Luttenberger (Aut) ONCE-Deutsche Bank 0:11
5. Igor Gonzalez Galdeano (Esp) Vitalicio Seguros 0:14

7. Lance Armstrong (USA) US Postal 0:34
26. Mario Cipollini (Ita) Saeco-Cannondale 6:28
41. Jan Ullrich (Ger) Telekom6:34
89. Frankie Andreu (USA) US Postal 19:37
109. Kevin Livingston (USA) US Postal26:59


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