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August 4/97 19:42 pm - Track Nationals, MTB Nationals, Race Results Galore


Posted by Editor on 08/4/97
 

Track Nationals - Calgary, Alberta Unfortunately, we do not have the full report we had hoped for (our reporter seems to have gone Missing in Action!). But we do have some results: David Gluzman (Alberta) took the Junior Men‚s Points race, Doug Baron (Alberta) took the Kilo in 1:07.48 over Jason Buczny (Alberta), 1:07.54, and also won the Sprint (also against Buczny). Tanya Dubnicoff (Manitoba) won the Women‚s 500M TT in 36.332 seconds, with Lori Ann Muenzer (Ontario) second in 37.179. We hope to have the full story tomorrow. By the way, check out the Forum for the retirement message from former national team member Justin Grace (Track Cyclist Reluctantly Retires). The Mountain Bike Nationals Course - a personal review by Johnny Holman I rode today at Hardwood along with Jeff Weber, Josh Hall, Nat Faulkner, et al... The Course is very demanding for the elite's. The course map depicts a 15km loop to be done 4 times.. total of 60kms - the longest race this year and in the past years.. This is a TRUE Canada Cup National's course!!.. I rode expert at 1995 Nat's in Nova Scotia.. This course here in Ontario BLOWS that course at Martock OUTTA the water.. it is technical, with tough short climbs, but the Kicker is there is about a million tonnes of sand on the course so you have to stay Mentally sharp and focussed ALL the time..otherwise your wheels will wash out.. The winning time I figure will be over or around 2 hr 35 mins... The course is sooooo.. CHEWED right now and it is Soooo dry - hardly any rain there for a week or so.. Forewarned is fore-armed.. Expect a WICKED RACE... TOUR DE PORTNEUF, Quebec (thanks to J.L.) 2nd (last) stage - 105 km road race: 1. Alexandre Bernard, 2h.39:02 2. Carl Boivin, at 10s. 3. Daniel Belleville, s.t. 4. David Degrandpre, at 24s. 5. Frederic Vachon 6. Daniel Fortin 7. John Malois 8. Luc Provencher 9. Samuel Thibodeau 10. Hugo Ledoux, all s.t. FINAL G.C.: 1. Alexandre Bernard, 4h. 08m. 03 secs. 2. Andrew Randell, at 6 secs. 3. Carl Boivin, at 7 secs. 4. Daniel Belleville, s.t. 5. Eric Lyman, at 19 secs. NORBA NCS Cross-Country, Snoqualmie Pass, WA Men - 44 km 1. Kirk Molday (Marin) Canada 2:19:14 2. David Wiens (Kona) at 7:24 3. Rishi Grewal (Klein) 7:57 4. Roland Green (Kona) Canada 8:26 5. Carl Swenson (K2 International) 9:52. Women - 35 km 1. Ruthie Matthes (Moots-PowerBar) 2:16:10 2. Alison Dunlap (Team GT) 4:49 3. Lesley Tomlinson (Kona) Canada 5:15 4. Karen Wilson (Pearl Izumi) 8:24 5. Ann Trombley 9:02 Standings (after 5 of 6 races) Men 1. Molday 586 points 2. Steve Larsen (Schwinn-Toyota RAV4) 586 3. Grewal 512 Women 1. Ruthie Matthes 450 points 2. Tammy Jacques (Schwinn-Toyota RAV4) 412 3. Tomlinson 404 1997 RACE ACROSS AMERICA. (July 24-August 4) - 3042 miles Men 1. Wolfgang Fasching 9 days, 4 hours, 50 minutes 2. Danny Chew at 9:11:30 3. Rob Kish 9:13:13 4. Peter Pop 10:13:26 5. Kaname Sakurai 10:17:04 Women 1. Seana Hogan 10 days, 1 hour, 35 minutes 2. Muffy Ritz at 10:11:36 Teams Men 1. Kern Wheelmen 5 days, 22 hours, 10 min 2. PacificCare at 6:01:16 3. Brazil 6:06:39 4. Canada 6:08:45 5. GSVS 6:16:03 Women 1. Team Judy Flannery Trofeo Matteotti, Italy - 203 km 1. Frank Vandenbroucke (Bel) Mapei-GB 4:54:34 2. Daniele Nardello (Ita) s.t. 3. Carlo Finco (Ita) at 0:06 4. Francesco Casagrande (Ita) 0:20 5. Alexander Gontchenkov (Rus) 1:24 6. Stefano Colage (Ita) 2:38 7. Andrea Ferrigato (Ita) 8. Andrea Tafi (Ita) Mapei-GB 9. Giorgio Furlan (Ita) 10. Marco Artunghi (Ita) all s.t. Junior Track World‚s, Cape Town, S.A. Junior Points Race 1. Michael Rogers (Australia) 21 points 2. Libor Hlavac (Czech Rep) 14 3. Morten Voss Christiansen (Den) 11 4. Bradley Wiggins (GB) 10 5. Xavier Florencio (Spa) 9 6. Jurgen Van Loocke (Bel) 3 7. Yuichi Sasaki (Jap) 15 (-1 lap) 8. Alberto Tolomelli (Ita) 11 (-1 lap) Olympic Sprint 1. France 2. Australia 3. Italy Junior Women's Individual Pursuit (2000M) 1. Alayna Burns (Australia) 2:34.190 2. Gitana Gruodyte (Lit) 2:39.958 3. Monika Tyburska (Pol) 4. Giorgia Giacometti (Ita) 5. Samanta Loschi (Ita) Junior Men‚s Sprint 1. Tim Wulf (Ger) 2. Kane Selin (Australia) 3. Andrea Garavelli (Ita) 4. Jerome Hubschwerlin (Fra) 5. Arnaud Duble (Fra) 4000m Team Pursuit Australia 4:20.889 defeated Germany 4:24.355 Women's 500m Time Trial 1. Yumari Gonzalez (Cub) 37.402 seconds 2. Katrin Meinke (Ger) 37.462 3. Katie Parker (Australia) 37.960 4. Sandrine Adamiack (Fra) 38.102 5. Natalia Agapova (Rus) 38.396 Tour de France VTT Stage 2, Gigondas to Valreas - 50 km 1. Dupouey (Fra) 1:53:15 2. Kristensen (Den) s.t. 3. Brentjens at 1:14 GC 1. Kristensen 3:17:57 2. Brentjens, at 13" 3. Evans, at 35" 4. Savignoni, at 1'10" 5. Dupouey, at 1'36" 6. Tchersakov, at 4'35" 7. Martinez, at 6'33" 8. Arnould, at 7' 9. Chiotti, at 7'11‰ 10. Delio, at 7'19" There is a new posting in Forums from a women‚s cycling group looking for a female support driver - interested in going on the road?

 


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