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May 25/97 20:33 pm - Giro, Track World Cup, Grundig DH #2, Bike to Work Week, Canada Cup


Posted by Editor on 05/25/97
 

Giro d'Italia, Italy

Stage 9, Cava dei Tirreni-Castrovillari, 232km

1. Dimitry Konyshev (Rus) Roslotto 6:14:18
2. Mariano Piccoli (Ita) Brescialat
3. Roberto Petito (Ita) Saeco
4. Massimiliano Gentili (Ita) Cantina
5. Marco Vergnani (Ita) Amore Vita
6. Paolo Savoldelli (Ita) Roslotto
7. Martin Hvastija (Slo) Cantina
8. Nicola Loda (Ita) MG
9. Alessio Barbagli (Ita) Scrigno
10. Paolo Lanfranchi (Ita) Mapei) all s.t.

GC

1. Pavel Tonkov (Rus) Mapei 40:47:10
2. Luc Leblanc (Fra) Polti at 0:41
3. Ivan Gotti (Ita) Saeco 1:07
4. Roberto Petito (Ita) Saeco 1:09
5. Andrea Paluan (Ita) Cantina 1:39
6. Andrea Noe (Ita) Asics 1:43
7. Michele Coppolillo (Ita) MG 1:49
8. Paolo Savoldelli (Ita) Roslotto 2:40
9. Leonardo Piepoli (Ita) Refin 2:49
10. Alexander Chefer (Kaz) Asics 3:05


World Track Cup Round 1, Cali, Colombia

4000 M Team Pursuit (Men):

1. Russia (new track record) 4:11:39
2. New Zealand, 4:13:63
3. Spain 4:13:51

4000 M Individual Pursuit - Men:

1. Alexei Markov (Russia) 4:25:16
2. Christian Vandevelde (USA) 4:27:79
3. Juan Martinez (Spain)

3000 M Individual Pursuit - Women:

1. Antonella Belluti (Italy) 3:35:40
2. Rasa Mazeikite (Lithuania) 3:40:91
3. Rebecca Twigg (USA) 3:40:96

Sprint - Women:

1. Galina Enioukhina (Russia)
2. Felicia Michele Ballanger (France)
3. Michele Louise Ferris (Australia)

Sprint - Men:

1. Marty Nothstein (USA)
2. Arnaud Tournant (France)
3. Eyk Pokorny (Germany)

Points Race:

1. Pavel Khamidouline (Russia)
2. Juan Llaneras (Spain)
3. Juan Curuchet (Argentina)

Kilo Time Trial

1. Soren Yves Lausberg (Germany) 1.02.143
2. Jose Antonio Escuredo (Spain) 1.03.582
3. Herve Robert Thuet (France) 1.03.640


Grundig World Cup Downhill #2 - Nevegal, Italy

Women

1 CHAUSSON ANNE-CAROLINE FRA SUNN-NIKE 6:01.68
2 BONAZZI GIOVANNA ITA SINTESI VERLICCH 6:07.97
3 GIOVE MISSY USA VOLVO/CANNONDALE 6:29.52
4 BRUTSAERT ELKE USA SCHWINN TOYOTA 6:43.49
5 MORTIMER HELEN GBR X DREAM TEAM SIN 7:06.67
6 GRANGE CAROLE FRA SCOTT 7:07.53
7 JONNIER SABRINA FRA SINTESI VERLICCH 7:21.10
8 DOUGLASS MIKKI USA MT DEW/SPECIALIZED 7:24.01
9 SONIER KIM USA VOLVO CANNONDALE 7:33.64
10 SHER LISA USA NAUTILUS/BARACUDA 7:36.91

Women's World Cup Standings after DH#2:

1 BRUTSAERT ELKE USA 86 points
2 GIOVE MISSY USA 85
3 CHAUSSON ANNE-CAROLINE FRA 82
4 BONAZZI GIOVANNA ITA 65
5 SONIER KIM USA 49
6 GONZALEZ MERCEDES ESP 46 TEAM GT
7 DONOVAN LEIGH USA 40 MONGOOSE
8 STREB MARLA USA 40 MARIN
9 SANER MARIELLE SUI 36 SCOTT INTL
10 MORTIMER HELEN GBR 32

Men

1 HERIN CORRADO ITA SINTESI VERLICCH 5:16.47
2 VAZQUEZ DAVID ESP CORONAS REEBOK 5:24.80
3 ENGSTRÖM JOHAN SWE SCOTT INTL 5:33.03
4 PEAT STEVE GBR TEAM GT 5:33.25
5 WARNER ROBERT GBR GIANT 5:35.16
6 AMOUR KARIM FRA GT FRANCE 5:38.02
7 BONANOMI GIANLUCA ITA BIANCHI MARTINI 5:38.44
8 BENEKE JÃœRGEN GER SCHWINN TOYOTA 5:39.54
9 LAGNEAU CYRIL FRA SCOTT INTL 5:42.73
10 PALMER SHAUN USA MT DEW/SPECIALIZED 5:43.63

38 SHANDRO ANDREW CAN MARIN/PRO-COM 6:11.04

Men's World Cup Standings after DH#2:

1 BENEKE JÃœRGEN GER 119 points
2 WARNER ROBERT GBR 110
3 PALMER SHAUN USA 105
4 PEAT STEVE GBR 101
5 MISSER TOMAS ESP 96 VOLVO/KONA
6 HERIN CORRADO ITA 93
7 DE BEVER BAS NED 90 VSB BATAVUS
8 ENGSTRÖM JOHAN SWE 85
9 BONANOMI GIANLUCA ITA 80 BIANCHI MARTINI
10 LAGNEAU CYRIL FRA 78

55 SHANDRO ANDREW CAN 13
65 POULIN FREDERIC CAN 7


This coming week is Bike To Work Week in Toronto. Tomorrow (Monday) is the Mass Convergence Ride. The Mass Ride begins at 7:30 am from three locations - 3083 Yonge St at Lawrence Ave, East Lynn Park at Danforth Ave., and the entrance to High Park on Bloor St W. The rides converge at Bloor and Yonge at 8:00 am, and all the riders will continue to Nathan Phillips Square (City Hall) for a free pancake breakfast. On Wednesday, the Glow in the Dark Ride takes place. The 25 km after dark ride through city streets starts at 7 pm at Toronto City Hall - make sure you bring lights (there are prizes for the best lights).


Those readers based in southwestern Ontario are probably familiar with the approximately 20 km section of the 403 highway between Ancaster and Brantford that is incomplete. Various provincial governments have been promising to complete it for the last decade, and it looks like it will finally happen by this Fall. So what does all this have to do with cycling, you ask? Well, at this point the work is about done, and there is a beautifully paved, four lane...bikepath, just begging to be ridden. It can be accessed at either Shaver Road in Ancaster, or on the outskirts of Brantfords east end (where the 403 ends). If you are going to ride it, be sure to do so AFTER working hours, or on the weekend.


We just spoke with the Race Director for Canada Cup #1, scheduled for next weekend at Boler Mountain in London, Ontario. They have finished cutting the course (approximately 10 km), and the R.D. (who happens to be our Tech Editor) says that riders should be very pleased with the course this year. Registration is open at the race site Wednesday to Friday from noon to 5:00 pm each day. You can download directions and race info by clicking on the Canada Cup icon on our homepage.

 


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