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July 25/97 21:47 pm - Abitibi, Cape Breton


Posted by Editor on 07/25/97
 

Le Tour de l‚Abitibi, Quebec Stage 5, Ste Helene to La Sarre - 14 km ITT 1 David Zabriskie USA 16:59.80 2 Joshua Thornton USA 17:06.29 3 Phil Zajicek USA 17:10.94 4 Sebastien Lang Germany 17:14.69 5 Bryan Hayes USA 17:16.49 9 David Gluzman Canada 17:35.32 11 Denis Boucher Canada17:39.19 13 Trevor Wurtele BC 17:49.73 14 Alistair Howard BC 17:50.24 16 James Cruskshank Alberta 17:59.38 GC 1 Thornton 5:45:04 2 Zabriskie at 0:10 3 Zajicek 0:11 4 Ben Powell NZ 0:35 5 Lang 0:43 8 Howard 1:09 12 Gluzman 1:18 13 Boucher 1:22 15 Wurtele 1:32 17 Cruskshank 1:42 Team GC 1 USA 18:08:40 2 NZ at 5:25 3 Canada 5:44 5 BC 6:10 Points Standings 1 Thornton 86 points 2 Zabriskie 56 3 Stephen Steinman Yves Bourget 50 7 Howard 30 Stage 6, La Sarre to Ste Germaine - 95.4 km 1 Thornton 2:12:34 2 Matthew Yates NZ 3 Remy Mathieu (Yves Bourget) 4 Charles Dionne Canada 5 Jean Pinsonault Quebed 9 James Cruskshank Alberta all s.t. (first 48 of 75 finishers) GC 1 Thornton 7:57:28 2 Zabriskie at 0:20 3 Zajicek 0:21 4 Powell 0:44 5 Lang 0:53 8 Howard 1:19 12 Gluzman 1:28 13 Boucher 1:32 14 Wurtele 1:42 15 Cruskshank 1:52 18 Christian De Viens Canada 1:59 20 Jocelyn Duquette Canada 2:19 Climbers Classification 1 Yates 4 points 2 Powell 3 2 Martin St-Laurent Quebec 3 2 Howard 3 5 Edgardo Hernandez Mexico 3 Team GC 1 La Praicycle 18:59:12 2 USA at 5:47:10 3 NZ 5:52:35 4 Canada 5:52:54 5 Germany 5:52:55 Spend a Weekend in Beautiful Cape Breton I have always considered the Cape Breton region in the Maritimes to be one of the most beautiful regions of Canada (indeed, of the world), and prime cycling territory. Now for a mere $80 ($95 after August 6th) you can participate in the Cabot Trail Bicycle Camping Tour from August 30th to September 1st. The terrain is challenging, but a sag wagon carries all your baggage. The tour begins in Baddeck (make sure you stop by the High Wheeler Cafe!), then onto Ingonish, Cheticamp and finally back to Baddeck. If you want more information, you can contact the organizers at: 1997 Cabot Trail Bicycle Tour c/o Atlantic Canada Cycling P.O. Box 1555, Station Central Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2Y3 (902) 423-2453 cycling@istar.ca

 


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