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August 25/10 13:57 pm - Track National Championships: Day 1 report and results


Posted by Editoress on 08/25/10
 

First day of Track Nationals result in new Sprint Champions

August 24th in Bromont, Quebec

Athletes from across Canada were welcomed by the sun on the first day of the 2010 Track National Championships in Bromont Quebec. The U17 riders raced in the Canadian version of an Omnium with the 500 meters and sprint tournament on the first day of competition.

Less than 0.2 seconds separated the U17 male riders in the first Omnium event. Marc Antoine Noel (Equipe de Quebec) had the fastest time of 36.622 over 500 meters and Justin Mallet (Atlantic Cycling Centre) was second in 36.725 with Alberta rider Eric Johnstone in third. Noel maintained his lead in the Omnium by out-sprinting Adrian George of Team Ontario, with Mallet out-sprinting Lambert Gatineau of Equipe de Quebec.

The U17 women started with Equipe de Quebec sweeping the top three spots with Laurence Paquette, Marie-Eve Poisson, and Anne-Marie Jean. In the sprint tournament, Paquette maintained her lead by winning the sprints in a fiercely contested battle with Ottawa Bike Club racer Bailin Xie. Poisson finished the sprints in third with Jean in 4th.

The Junior riders spent most of the day sprinting with some impressive heats. After watching the U17 men perform track stands, the juniors followed suit with some impressive bike handling skills, strong tactics, and exciting races. Training partners from Ontario, Daniel McKenzie-Picot and Kris Ovsenek each won one round in the semi-finals with Ovsenek winning the third ride and advancing to the Gold medal final to face off with BC rider Scott Mulder. After winning silver last year, Mulder had his eye on the top step of the podium and that is where he finished with Ovsenek in second and McKenzie-Picot winning two heats against Joakim Albert for third.

The Junior Women's final also showed strong racing between World Championship teammates Florence Laplante-Lamarche from Ontario and Allison Beveridge from Alberta. The Albertan fought hard, but Laplante-Lamarche, who was also second last year, walked away with the Gold. Audrey Labrie from Quebec won the bronze.

Tomorrow the U17's complete the Omnium, while Juniors and Elite Endurance riders contest a variety of events, including Tara Whitten who will be racing in the World Champion stripes in the Points Race.

 

CCA press release

 

U17 Men Omnium
 
500M
1 Marc Antoine Noel (Equipe du Québec) 36.622
2 Justin Mallet (Atlantic Cycling Centre) 36.725
3 Eric Johnstone (Team Alberta) 37.230
4 Lambert Gatineau (Equipe du Québec) 37.332
5 Hendrik Pineda (VC Montreal-Cycles) 37.627
6 Alexandre Pinard (Equipe du Quebec) 38.047
7 Félix Couturier-Lamy (Ottawa Bicycle Club) 38.131
8 Adrian George (Team Ontario) 38.399
9 Frederic Cossette (Equipe du Quebec) 38.853
10 Marc Evers (Atlantic Cycling Centre) 39.042
11 Trevor Pearson (Team BC) 39.111
12 Fabien Parent (MYCA CC2R) 39.987
13 Eric Macdonald (Forest City Velodrome) 40.293
14 Alexandre Bourgeois (Vélo Mauricie) 40.582
15 Yohan Patry (Equipe du Quebec) 40.652
16 Antoine Muzzi (VC Montreal-Cycles) 41.452
 
U17 Women Sprint
 
200M
1 Marie- Eve Poisson (Equipe du Quebec) 13.750
2 Anne- Marie Jean (Equipe du Quebec) 14.101
3 Bailin Xie (Team Ontario) 14.146
4 Laurence Paquette (Equipe du Quebec) 14.223
5 Ariane Bonhomme (Ottawa Bicycle Club) 14.449
6 Tennessee Mayer (Equipe du Quebec) 14.540
7 Kinley Gibson (Team Alberta) 14.703
 
Semi Finals
 
Heat 1
1 Laurence Paquette (Equipe du Quebec) 13.872 13.842
2 Marie- Eve Poisson (Equipe du Quebec)
 
Heat 2
1 Bailin Xie (Team Ontario) 14.135 15.178
2 Anne- Marie Jean (Equipe du Quebec)
 
Final
 
Ride for Gold and Silver
1 Laurence Paquette (Equipe du Quebec) 14.098 13.947
2 Bailin Xie (Team Ontario)
 
Ride for bronze
3 Marie- Eve Poisson (Equipe du Quebec) 14.449 15.035
4 Anne- Marie Jean (Equipe du Quebec)
 
Final 5-7
5 Tennessee Mayer (Equipe du Quebec) 14.998
6 Ariane Bonhomme (Ottawa Bicycle Club)
DNS Kinley Gibson (Team Alberta)
 
U17 Men Sprint
 
200M
1 Marc Antoine Noel (Equipe du Québec) 11.971
2 Justin Mallet (Atlantic Cycling Centre) 12.073
3 Adrian George (Team Ontario) 12.126
4 Alexandre Pinard (Equipe du Quebec) 12.416
5 Lambert Gatineau (Equipe du Québec) 12.416
6 Eric Johnstone (Team Alberta) 12.421
7 Hendrik Pineda (VC Montreal-Cycles) 12.714
8 Marc Evers (Atlantic Cycling Centre) 12.918
9 Félix Couturier-Lamy (Ottawa Bicycle Club) 13.022
10 Alexandre Bourgeois (Vélo Mauricie) 13.202
11 Frederic Cossette (Equipe du Quebec) 13.207
12 Eric Macdonald (Forest City Velodrome) 13.295
13 Fabien Parent (MYCA CC2R) 13.300
14 Yohan Patry (Equipe du Quebec) 13.452
15 Trevor Pearson (Team BC) 13.473
16 Antoine Muzzi (VC Montreal-Cycles) 14.169
Top 8 to Quarter finals
 
Quarter finals
 
Heat 1
1 Marc Antoine Noel (Equipe du Québec) 12.484
2 Marc Evers (Atlantic Cycling Centre)
 
Heat 2
1 Justin Mallet (Atlantic Cycling Centre) 13.115
2 Hendrik Pineda (VC Montreal-Cycles)
 
Heat 3
1 Adrian George (Team Ontario) 12.488
2 Eric Johnstone (Team Alberta)
 
Heat 4
1 Lambert Gatineau (Equipe du Québec) 12.656
2 Alexandre Pinard (Equipe du Quebec)
 
Semi Finals
 
Heat 1 Race 1 Race 2 Decider
1 Marc Antoine Noel (Equipe du Québec) 12.536 12.819
2 Lambert Gatineau (Equipe du Québec)
 
Heat 2
1 Adrian George (Team Ontario) 12.790   12.473
2 Justin Mallet (Atlantic Cycling Centre)   14.162
 
 
Final
 
Ride for Gold and Silver Race 1 Race 2
1 Marc Antoine Noel (Equipe du Québec) 12.537 12.518
2 Adrian George (Team Ontario)
 
Ride for bronze
3 Justin Mallet (Atlantic Cycling Centre) 17.270 12.336
4 Lambert Gatineau (Equipe du Québec)
 
Final 5-8
5 Alexandre Pinard (Equipe du Quebec) 12.869
6 Eric Johnstone (Team Alberta)
7 Hendrik Pineda (VC Montreal-Cycles)
8 Marc Evers (Atlantic Cycling Centre)
 
Junior Women Sprint
 
200M
1 Florence Laplante Lamarche (Team Ontario) 12.762
2 Allison Beveridge (Team Alberta) 13.138
3 Audrey Labrie (Equipe du Quebec) 13.219
4 Frederique Lord (Equipe du Québec) 13.621
5 Veronique Drapeau- Zgoralski (Equipe du Quebec) 14.075
6 Jamie Heggie (Team Alberta) 14.398
7 Nina Nesdoly (Team Ontario) 14.870
top 4 qualify to Semi finals
 
Semi Finals
 
Heat 1 Race 1 Race 2
1 Florence Laplante Lamarche (Team Ontario) 13.486 13.591
2 Frederique Lord (Equipe du Québec)
 
Heat 2
1 Allison Beveridge (Team Alberta) 13.366 13.233
2 Audrey Labrie (Equipe du Quebec)
 
Final
 
Ride for Gold and Silver Race 1 Race 2
1 Florence Laplante Lamarche (Team Ontario) 13.306 13.372
2 Allison Beveridge (Team Alberta)
 
Ride for bronze
3 Audrey Labrie (Equipe du Quebec) 13.671 13.433
4 Frederique Lord (Equipe du Québec)
 
Final 5-7
5 Veronique Drapeau- Zgoralski (Equipe du Quebec) 14.021
6 Jamie Heggie (Team Alberta)
7 Nina Nesdoly (Team Ontario)
 
Junior Men Sprint
 
200M
1 Scott Mulder (Cycling BC) 11.281
2 Kristofer Ovsenek (Invita- FCV) 11.421
3 Daniel Mckenzie-Picot (Coach Chris.ca/Ted V) 11.911
4 Joakim Albert (Equipe du Québec) 11.915
5 Justin Zottl (La Bicicletta Elite) 11.916
6 Emile Jean (Equipe du Quebec) 12.030
7 Jason King (Team Ontario) 12.493
8 Ty Andrews (Team Alberta) 12.684
9 Chris Balestrini (Team Ontario) 12.877
10 Patrick McGinley (Invita- FCV) 13.099
Top 8 to Quarter finals
 
Results from Quarter finals unavailable
 
 
Semi Finals
 
Heat 1 Race 1 Race 2 Decider
1 Scott Mulder (Cycling BC) 11.809 11.922
2 Joakim Albert (Equipe du Québec)
 
Heat 2
1 Kristofer Ovsenek (Invita- FCV)   12.185 11.872
2 Daniel Mckenzie-Picot (Coach Chris.ca/Ted V) 12.159
 
 
Final
 
Ride for Gold and Silver
1 Scott Mulder (Cycling BC) 11.366 11.498
2 Kristofer Ovsenek (Invita- FCV)
 
Ride for bronze
3 Daniel Mckenzie-Picot (Coach Chris.ca/Ted V) 12.100 12.095
4 Joakim Albert (Equipe du Québec)
 
Final 5-8
5 Emile Jean (Equipe du Quebec) 12.007
6 Justin Zottl (La Bicicletta Elite)
7 Jason King (Team Ontario)
8 Ty Andrews (Team Alberta)



Junior Men's Madison
1 Ontario (Jason King/Alex Cataford) 16 pts
2 Alberta (Kris Dahl/Graham Courtney) 14
3 Labicicletta Ontario (Kyle Rupay/Justin Zottl) 8
4 Ottawa - FCV (Patrick McGinley/Brian Trafford) 6

 


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