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May 17/99 11:04 am - Quebec Cup #1 XC, NCS DH #1, Alberta, Plus Lots More!


Posted by Editor on 05/17/99
 

Quebec Cup XC #1
(courtesy FQSC)

Senior Elite Men

1 TOURVILLE ÉRIC QC Indépendant-VM 2:02:03
2 VISSER GEORGES QC Xenacom-VM Xenacom-RP at 0:19
3 ROBERT JEAN - FRANCOIS QC Excellence-Sports-VM - RP 4:29
4 LAFONTAINe BRUNO QC Xenacom-VM 7:01
5 GUIMONT LOUIS - FRANCOIS QC GS Trek/Volkswagen Canada-VM 8:08
6 DESROSIERS LUC QC Beauport-VM 8:57
7 VISSER GUIDO QC Independant 9:18
8 LAVALLEe PHILIPPE QC Excellence-Sports-RP -VM 10:13
9 BLAIs JEAN- FRANCOIS QC Excellence-Sports-VM 10:24
10 BOUCHER MATHIEU QC GS Oryx procycle-VM 11:07

Senior Elite Women

1 PRéMONt MARIE - HeLeNE QC Oryx/Procycle-VM 2:00:42
2 MARCOUX JULIE QC Xenacom-VM at 16:49
3 MARTIN MARIE- HéLENE QC OGC/Fisher-VM 18:08
4 HAMEl ANNIE QC GS Trek/Volkswagen Canada-VM 18:53
5 LABBé CARMEN QC Beauport-VM 22:07
6 COGGER CHRISTINE- ERICA QC Xenacom-VM 35:39
7 POTVIN GINA QC CVMSaturn-VM 39:36


Mink Lake Road Race, Mike Lake, Alberta
(courtesy The Edmonton Road & Track Club)

Full results can be found at: http://www.ertc.org/results/1999/mink99.html


NCS #1, California
(courtesy Matt Lanning and Dave Grant)

Senior Men Pro DH

PositionNameTeamTime
1STEVE PEATTEAM GT4:10.50
2KIRT VOREISMT. DEW/SPECIALI4:14.68
3JURGEN BENEKEGIANT4:14.69
4SHAUN PALMERMT. DEW/SPECIALI4:15.40
5ERIC CARTERTEAM4:17.14
6NATHAN RENNIEQRANCGT PRO JRX4:17.87
7SEAN MCCARROLLGIANT4:17.90
8DAVE CULLINANSCHWINN/TOYOTA4:18.28
9COLIN BAILEYDANGER UNLIMITED4:19.11
10MYLES ROCKWELLGIANT4:19.41
18ROB HEWITTDEEP COVE ANSWER4:23.11
20DUSTIN ADAMSROCKY MOUNTAIN4:23.95
24ANDREW SHANDROK2 BIKE4:26.62
44CHAD ONYSCHUKFORD-DEVINCI4:36.83
46TONY NORDEEELLSWORTH/JAVA4:37.21
52TONY PEJRILELLSWORTH/JAVA4:40.99
59DAVE WATSONROCKY MOUNTAIN4:46.26
68ERIC CSEFFELLSWORTH/JAVA5:46.15


Senior Pro Women DH

PositionNameTeamTime
1ELKE BRUTSAERTSCHWINN/TOYOTA4:51.60
2MERCEDES GONZALEZTEAM GT4:51.80
3LEIGH DONOVANINTENSE CYCLES4:53.35
4MARLA STREBYETI4:54.81
5SARI JORGENSENTOMAC/MANITOU4:56.60
6VANESSA QUINNGIANT4:58.15
7MISSY GIOVEFOES/AZONIC5:00.10
8CHERI ELLIOTTMAXXIS/TOMAC5:03.24
9KATHLEEN PRUITTSANTA CRUZ5:06.56
10TAI-LEE MUXLOWGT HUTCHINSON5:07.43
12DAAMIANN SKELTONROCKY MOUNTAIN5:09.41
21LORRAINE BLANCHERSCHWINN HOMEGRWN5:20.73
27TERA MEADEELLSWORTH TRAILE5:27.89



Ontario Woman Hand-Cycling Across Canada
(courtesy Dave Macfarlane)

Joannie Cowie and her son Alex, from Windsor, Ont. with volunteer sag wagon captain Dave, from Lunenburg, NS are on their way through NB on their way across the country on the Canada Cares Tour. Joannie hopes to raise awareness for individuals with disabilites. Their long journey began on January 1 in Newfoundland. They are now in the Nackawic area and will be heading upriver to Woodstock on the TCH on Wednesday. They welcome the company of any cyclist who would like to ride along for a few kilometres. Full story and photos on Velo NB web site : http://velonb.surfcity.nb.ca

Details of the Canada Cares Tour and Joannie's biography on the Tour website: http://www.canadacarestour.on.ca


Kingston GP, Ontario

Website and entry form can be found athttp://www.aztechinc.com/KVC/race.html


Success in Belgium

The Canadian tandem team had very good results at the Ronde Van Belgie, a stage race for visually impaired. Eleven countries entered the 13th edition of this internationally prestigious event, held from May 13th to 16th. 1999 marked the second year of participation for the Canadian team in this race. The tandem of Yvon Provencher / Fabien Bergeron, finished 6th overall. The mixed tandem of Julie Cournoyer / Alexandre Cloutier, completed the race in 14th overall and first in the mixed classification. The men's tandem from BC, Brian Cowie / Min van Velzen, ended up 20th overall. The last men's tandem team of Stéphane Côté / Mathieu Fagnan, did not complete the race due to a hard crash in the last stage. The result of that crash was a broken rib for Stéphane and multiple wounds for Mathieu. The tandem of Cowie / van Velzen had a good ride in the prologue by taking third place, while Côté / Fagnan took 8th spot.

Stage 2 was dominated by Canadians. Cowie / van Velzen took the stage win with Provencher / Bergeron right on their wheel, after the two tandems broke away with 55 km to go. The tandem of Côté / Fagnan finished 5th in the pack sprint, good for 7th place on the stage.

Canadians showed their ability to sprint by taking 2th, 7th and 8th places at the hot sprints classification. The Canadian team tooked second place at the team classification behind the Spanish team who dominated the race by taking the first four places overall, greatly helped by the fact that they were 10 tandems in the race.

The race was part of the national team's preparation program for the PanAmerican Games taking place in Mexico next November, and ultimately for the Sydney's Paralympic Games in the fall of 2000.

Vincent Jourdain
National Coach


Mexico Olympico Festival
(courtesy Jason Hawts)

Lori Ann Muenzer defeated Mexican Champion Nancy Contreras in the sprints to win the Gold Medal at the Mexico Olympiad Festival.


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