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February 15/00 6:53 am - Canadians in Australia, Euro Results, Team Announcements


Posted by Editor on 02/15/00
 

Canadian Down Under

We received an e-mail from an Australian friend, with an amusing query: I heard from club racing was that they had a couple of gun Canadian riders out, who
were giving our boys some stick in the local handicap race last Sunday morn ... their names are Eric Tourville and George Visser ... do you know them?


Yes, we know them...


Vodacom Rapport Tour, South Africa

Stage 4 - George to Oudtshoon 155 km

1. Maurizio de Pascale (Ita) Linda McCarntey 4:13:52
2. Soren Petersen (Den) Team Cologne s.t.
3. Baden Cooke (Aus) Australia at 0:32
4. Tayeb Braikaia (Den) Linda McCartney
5. Ralf Grabsch (Ger) Telekom
6. Martin van Steen (Ned) Farm Frites
7. Dirk Muller (Sui) Post Swiss
8. Sven Montgommery (Sui) Francaise des Jeux
9. Marcel Strauss (Sui) Post Swiss all s.t.
10. Robert Hunter (RSA) ProMix 2:23

GC

1. Tobias Steinhauser (Ger) Team Gerolsteiner 13:03:30
2. Alberto Elli (Ita) Telekom at 1:42
3. Salvatore Commeso (Ita) Saeco - Valli&Valli 2:52
4. Volker Ordowski (Ger) Gerolsteiner 3:49
5. Lars Michaelsen (Den) Francaise des Jeux 4:05
6. Nicholas White (RSA) Team HSBC 4:07
7. Kosie Loubser (RSA) Team IBM-Lotus 4:56
8. Rudolph Wentzel (RSA) Team Minolta 5:12
9. Christian Wegmann (Ger) Saeco - Valli&Valli 5:32
10. Danilo Hondo (Ger) Telekom 5:42


Ruta del Sol, Spain

Stage 3 - Malaga to Santuario Nuestra Senora Sierra 165 km

1. Miguel Angel Pena (Esp) Once-Deutsche Bank 4:52:50
2. Francisco Cabello (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca at 0:22
3. Aitor Garmendía (Esp) Banesto 0:26
4. Peter Farazijn (Bel) Cofidis 0:27
5. Jose Luis Rebollo (Esp) Vitalicio Seguros 0:33
6. Frank Vandenbroucke (Bel) Cofidis 0:37
7. David Etxebarria (Esp) Once-Deutsche Bank s.t.
8. Felix Garcia Casas (Esp) Festina 0:48
9. Mikel Zarrabeitia (Esp) Once-Deutsche Bank
10. Juan Miguel Mercado (Esp) Vitalicio both s.t.

GC

1. Miguel Angel Pena (Esp) Once-Deutsche Bank 13:10:51
2. Francisco Cabello (Esp) Kelme-Costa Blanca at 0:22
3. Aitor Garmendia (Esp) Banesto 0:26
4. Peter Farazijn (Bel) Cofidis 0:27
5. Jose Luis Rebollo (Esp) Vitalicio Seguros 0:33
6. David Etxebarria (Esp) Once-Deutsche Bank 0:37
7. Frank Vandenbroucke (Bel) Cofidis s.t.
8. Felix Garcia Casas (Esp) Festina 0:48
9. Mikel Zarrabeitia (Esp) Once-Deutsche Bank
10. Juan Miguel Mercado (Esp) Vitalicio Seguros both s.t.


Team Announcements

Team Procter & Gamble Women's Health announces its roster for the 2000 Season. Returning as members of the team are co-founders Kori Kelly and Kerry Hellmuth, both of Boulder, CO. New additions to the team include Canadian Heather Cole, returning to North America after turning heads in the European racing scene, veteran racer Cheryl Binney of San Francisco, renowned collegiate power Mina Pizzini of Philadephia, and sprinter Ashley McCullough of Kingsfield, California.

Joining Hellmuth and Kelly on this year's team is Heather Cole of Ontario, Canada. Cole raced most of '98 and '99 in Europe and as a member of the Canadian National Team. In 1999 she won the Fleche Gascon Midi Pyrenees and placed in the top 20 in 7 stages of the Grande Boucle Feminine (Women's Tour de France). For Cole the team offers an opportunity to bring her hard earned experience back home: "After three seasons of racing in Europe, I find myself wanting to ride for a team in North America, as I feel my experience can be a valuable asset".


For the 4th year in succession, ELITA Lingerie of Montreal QC., is proud to underline its support of the ELITA Professional Women‚s Cycling Team. For 2000, Team ELITA has been reinforced with the addition of multiple US National and 1999 PAN American Champion Karen Dunne, of Colorado Springs CO. Most known for her tremendous finishing sprint, Karen‚s race savvy and sheer tenacity will enhance Team ELITA‚s presence in critical events such as the First Union Liberty Classic and the entire Saturn US Pro Tour. As of January 1st 2000, Karen was one of 4 American women long listed for the Sydney Games.

Leading the team for their 3rd and 4th seasons respectively will be Canadian‚s Kim Davidge and Annie Gariepy. Kim will be returning to Team ELITA as captain for the 3rd consecutive year, and has recently married. Team ELITA is pleased to welcome back Canadians Sophie St Jacques, Melanie Dorion and Cybil DiGuisitini. Returning to the team for their 2nd year are ELITA‚s track stars who also see double duty on the road. New Zealand Olympian Sarah Ulmer and Canadian National Champion Erin Carter will seek international results on the road and track as they chase after World Cup Pursuit wins.

 


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