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April 29/99 10:24 am - World Cup Website, New Brunswick Results, Ontario Results, Euro Results

Posted by Editor on 04/29/99

Montréal World Cup Website
(courtesy Chris Burke , Schwinn Canada)

The Montréal World Cup now has a website, at: They are also looking for volunteers, contact them at:

Velo NB Road Series # 1, Moncton/Dieppe
(courtesy Dave Macfarlane)

Senior Men

1. Kevin Hayward - Saint John
2. Matthew Betts - Fredericton at 0:00:00.5
3. Eric Goss - Fredericton 0:00:00.8

Total Field: 28 riders

Senior Women

1. Christy Bourque -
2. Melanie Dube - Moncton at 0:07:37
3. Margot Allain - Shediac 0:14:51

Total Field: 3 riders
Junior Men

1. Michel Rock - Saint John (tie)
1. Bruno Richard - Richibucto (tie)
2. Luc Leger

Total Field : 6 riders

Masters Men

1. Tom Caroll - Moncton
2. Craig Cambell
3. William Consolou

Total Field: 3 riders

Cadet Women

1. Julie Belanger - St. Quentin

Total Field: 1 rider

Cadet Men

1. Steve Savoy

Total Field: 1 rider

Minime Men

1. Jean Luc Pilote - Beresford

Total Field: 1 rider

Intersports Website Press Release

Intersports has completed the initial design of their web site. The web address is The E-mail address is (first name of person you wish to contact, ie: Jeff, Chloe, Henry, Carlton, Jay) Anyone wishing to exchange links contact Jay at 705-939 - 2828 or through the E-mail address.

The site has information on the current status, the plans for the site and will include updates on a regular basis. The site was designed by Perspective Data and they are hosting and continuing to upgrade the information.

Midweek Club Wednesday Night Criterium
(courtesy Peter McCaffery)

EVENT # 1 DATE: April 28th. 1999

DISTANCE: 35 KM CRITERIUM (16 laps) average speed : 39.5 KPH kph


1Craig DeveerMississaugaS156-4912
2Kevin SpeachtKiroS1s.t.11
3Jeff HansenItal PastaS1s.t.10
4Joe GullianoJet FuelS1s.t.9
5Andrew PinfoldJet FuelS1s.t.8
6Greg CavanaghMississauga VolvicS1s.t.7
7Antoine VargheseKissenaS1s.t.6
8Don ZuckPavanVBs.t.5
9Doug PogueJet Fuel?s.t.4
10James WaddenKiroS2At 5 sec.3
11Matt HansenJet FuelS1s.t.2
12Brent ArthursWoodbridge ItaliaS1s.t.1

All other entrants get 1 point. 63 starters, 54 finishers

Points standings (top-20)

NameCategory04-1404-2104-28Total to date
Cavanagh, GregS1912728
Speacht, KevinS21101122
Hansen, JeffS1171018
Wadden, JamesS368317
Davidge, PiersS1111113
Deveer, CraigS111213
Mazur, PeterJ12113
Shea, PatS1111113
Schmitt, MatthiasS11010
Juliano, JoeS199
Mazur, MirekS3819
Pinfold, AndrewS188
Rigato, DomenicS2718
Moore, MichaelS25117
Scully, GaryMB167
Varghese, AntoineS166
Ybanez, MikeS2426
Derlacki, MartinS2145
Thomas, GrahamMB1315
Zuck, DonMB55

Category Leaders


Giro di Trentino, Italy

Stage 3 - Fondo to Malcesine 161 km

1. Oscar Camenzind (Sui) Lampre-Daikin 3:45:27
2. Marco Pantani (Ita) Mercatone Uno-Bianchi
3. Gabriele Missaglia (Ita) Lampre-Daikin
4. Niklas Axelsson (Swe) Navigare-Gaerne
5. Paolo Savoldelli (Ita) Saeco-Cannondale all s.t.

Stage 4 - Riva to Arco, 155 km

1. Alexandre Gontchenkov (Rus) Ballan-Alessio 3:51:37
2. Danile Hondo (Ger) Telekom
3. Gerrit Glosmer (Aut) Navigare-Gaerne
4. Mario Manzoni (Ita) Mobilvetta-Northwave
5. Gabriele Missaglia (Ita) Lampre-Daikin

Final G.C.

1. Paolo Savoldelli (Ita) Saeco-Cannondale 18:18:49
2. Gilberto Simoni (Ita) Ballan-Alessio at 0:07
3. Marco Pantani (Ita) Mercatone Uno-Bianchi s.t.
4. Daniel Clavero (Esp) Vitalicio Seguros 0:09
5. Roberto Sgambelluri (Ita) Cantina Tollo-Alexia 0:10

Circuit des Mines, France

Stage 3 - St Avold to Bazainville 95 km

1. Gilles Maignan (Fra) Casino 2:17:31
2. Stefan Van Dijk (Ned) Rabobank at 0:17
3. Wilfried Cretskens (Bel) Vlaanderen 2002
4. Biagio Conte (Ita) Liquigas-Pata
5. Andy Flickinger (Fra) Casino all s.t.

Five Points of Life - Cyclists Needed

Cyclists are needed to join a seven-week, East Coast bike ride to raise national awareness for the Five Points of Life, a LifeSouth program. Riders should be amateurs with a personal connection to one or more of the five points: blood, apheresis, bone marrow, organ and tissue, and umbilical cord blood donations. Selected riders must pledge to raise a minimum of $5000 to help cover the cost of the event.

Riders are asked to volunteer to ride from Bar Harbor, Maine, to Key West, Fla., during September and October of 2000. Riders will share their personal stories of giving or receiving one or more of the Five Points of Life with communities along the way. There is a special need for minorities who can address the issue of the need for minority donors of the Five Points of Life.

The 2000 Ride will be the third for the Five Points of Life program. In 1997 and 1998, a team of cyclists rode from California's coast to Florida's coast, stopping in communities at special events organized along the way. The events were coordinated with local blood centers, National Marrow Donor Program centers, and organ and tissue procurement agencies, and featured local patients and donors from the community.

Interested applicants can fax or mail a one-to-two page summary detailing their personal connection to the Five Points of Life, and include information about why they want to participate and their fitness level and ability to complete the ride.

The Five Points of Life is a special program of LifeSouth Community Blood Centers which is headquartered in Gainesville, Fla. LifeSouth is a nonprofit, volunteer blood center with branches in Alabama, Florida and Georgia. LifeSouth provides whole blood and apheresis components for patient transfusion to 70 medical centers, was a charter member of the National Marrow Donor Program, and operates an umbilical cord blood bank.

For more information, mail to: Susan Gair, LifeSouth, 1221 NW 13th Street, Gainesville, FL 32601 or call (352) 334-1096.


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