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September 13/97 10:19 am - EDS Track Final, Euro News


Posted by Editor on 09/13/97
 

ACTION FINALLY BEGINS AT EDS TRACK CUP Œ97 FINALS IN T-TOWN For Immediate Release, Sept. 12, 1997 Contact: Frank Stanley, USCF Communications Manager, (719) 578-4581 or (610) 391-1500 TREXLERTOWN, Pa. -- After Mother Nature forced a day‚s postponement, action got underway at the $19,000 final round of the EDS Track Cup Œ97 at Lehigh Valley Velodrome. Local products Nicole Reinhart (Cox Atlanta Velo), Macungie, Pa., and Becky Quinn (Tri State Velo), Quakertown, Pa., won the two women‚s events, the 500 meters and the points race, respectively. Reinhart defended one of her national titles in the points race, while Quinn -- the two-time Morning Call LVV Rider of the Year -- posted her first EDS Track Cup win of the year. „Racing here all year makes a difference,‰ said Quinn, who was also third in the women‚s 500 meters. Two-time British Olympian Shaun Wallace won the men‚s individual pursuit for the third time in the EDS Track Cup series, posting a time of 4:41.507. Chris Carlson (Team EDS), Dallas, Texas, was second. U.S. World Championships team member Sky Christopherson (Mrs. T‚s-Lexus), Tucson, Ariz., overcame travel problems to win the men‚s kilometer time trial in a time of 1:06.63, besting Jason Garner (Northbrook BC), Newport Beach, Calif., by 0.73 seconds. Christopherson said he was delayed four times during his air travels from the West to the East. During the seven-hour session, required after rain wiped out the entire first day of competition at the site of the 1996 U.S. Olympic Trials, action also began in both the men‚s and women‚s match sprint competitions. National champions Reinhart and Marty Nothstein (Team EDS), Trexlertown, Pa., led their respective fields. Nothstein will face Canadian champion Doug Baron in one men‚s semifinal, while Marcelo Arrue (Mrs. T‚s-Lexus), Alburtis, Pa., will face Nothstein‚s teammate Mark Garrett, Arcadia, Calif., in the other. Reinhart will face Shan Rayray (Alan‚s), Federal Way, Wash., in the women‚s quarterfinals. Other pairings include Canadian Michelle Boucher versus Tanya Lindenmuth (FCCC), Trexlertown, Pa.; Missy Thompson (PowerBar), Colorado Springs, Colo., versus Linda Braley (Bike Addicts), Philadelphia, Pa.; and Quinn versus Janie Quigley (Team Delaware), Wilmington, Del. Also, the hotly contested team competition continued as Cox Atlanta Velo stretched its overall lead to 49 points over Team EDS. With first place in each event worth 24 points, the outcome will likely not be decided until tomorrow‚s final events. EDS TRACK CUP Œ97 FINALS, Sept. 12, Lehigh Valley Velodrome, Trexlertown, Pa. Women‚s 500 Meters 1. NICOLE REINHART (COX ATLANTA VELO), Macungie, Pa., 37.289 secs; 2. Missy Thompson (PowerBar), Colorado Springs, Colo., 37.969 secs; 3. Rebecca Quinn (Tri State Velo), Quakertown, Pa., 38.243; 4. Rebecca Twigg (Team EDS), Colorado Springs, Colo., 38.596; 5. Karen Dunne (Chippers-Vitamin Cottage), Colorado Springs, Colo., 38.625; 6. Tanya Lindenmuth (FCCC), Trexlertown, Pa., 38.714; 7. Janie Quigley (Team Delaware), Wilmington, Del., 38.845; 8. Michelle Boucher (Canadian National), Calgary, Alb., Canada, 38.922. Men‚s 4km Individual Pursuit 1. SHAUN WALLACE (British National), Southampton, England, four mins, 41.507 secs; 2. Chris Carlson (Team EDS), Dallas, Texas, 4:44.076; 3. Tommy Mulkey (Cox Atlanta Velo), Griffin, Ga., 4:45.93; 4. John Walrod (Cox Atlanta Velo), Macungie, Pa., 4:51.52; 5. Ben Sharp (Cox Atlanta Velo), 4:51.583; 6. Paul Henderson (Canadian National), Canada, 4:54.03; 7. Brian Whitcomb (Cox Atlanta Velo), Atlanta, Ga., 4:55.771; 8. Jonathan Reth (Mrs. T‚s-Lexus), Yucaipa, Calif., 4:56.167. Women‚s Points Race, 18km 1. REBECCA QUINN (Tri State Velo), Quakertown, Pa., 26 pts (3 sprint wins); 2. Jennifer Evans (Team EDS), Austin, Texas, 15 (2); 3. Mandy Poitras (Canadian National), Burnaby, B.C., Canada, 15 (2); 4. Nicole Reinhart (Cox Atlanta Velo), Macungie, Pa., 15 (1); 5. Brenda Brashears (PowerBar), Grants Pass, Ore., 12 (0); 6. Erika Nelson-Wong (Chippers-Vitamin Cottage), Evergreen, Colo., 11 (0); 7. Nina Strika (Bike Gallery-Sequent), Portland, Ore., 5 (0); 8. Kathryn Phillips (Alabama Wheelmen Velo), McDonough, Ga., 3 (0). Men‚s Kilometer Time Trial 1. SKY CHRISTOPHERSON (MRS. T‚S-LEXUS), Tucson, Ariz., one minute, 6.63 secs; 2. Jason Garner (Northbrook BC), Newport Beach, Calif., 1:07.36; 3. Shaun Wallace (British National), Southampton, England, 1:07.57; 4. Tommy Mulkey (Cox Atlanta Velo), Griffin, Ga., 1:07.74; 5. Adam Payne (Cox Atlanta Velo), Conifer, Colo., 1:08.37; 6. Jason Buczny (Canadian National), Calgary, Alb., Canada, 1:09.00; 7. Trey Gannon (Team EDS), Plano, Texas, 1:09.19; 8. Chris Carlson (Team EDS), Dallas, Texas, 1:09.29. -- USA Cycling -- NOTHSTEIN, CARNEY, COX ATLANTA VELO WIN AS EDS TRACK CUP Œ97 ROLLS ON For Immediate Release, Sept. 12, 1997 Contact: Frank Stanley, USCF Communications Manager, (719) 578-4581 or (610) 391-1500 TREXLERTOWN, Pa. -- Hometown hero Marty Nothstein (Team EDS) scored another men‚s match sprint win as action continued at the final round of the EDS Track Cup Œ97 at Lehigh Valley Velodrome. Nothstein rebounded from a disappointing World Championships to defeat Marcelo Arrue (Mrs. T‚s-Lexus), Alburtis, Pa., in two rides in the men‚s final. Though happy with the win, Nothstein had his eyes on another goal. „There‚s a bigger picture here -- the team competition,‰ he said. „We‚re going to have a tough day tomorrow.‰ With one day remaining in the year-long competition, Team EDS trails Cox Atlanta Velo by 37 points. Five finals will be contested on the final day. Cox Atlanta Velo continued to put the pressure on by winning the team pursuit in a time of 4:31.406, continuing its record of winning every round of the EDS Track Cup Œ97 with the exception of the EDS National Championships. Fresh from winning his third career Collegiate omnium title, Jame Carney (Shaklee), Durango, Colo., won the men‚s points race in a commanding performance. The three-time national points race champ was among five riders who took a lap in the 30km race. He defeated John Walrod (Cox Atlanta Velo), Macungie, Pa., 32 points to 21. Action concludes Sunday with finals in the Olympic sprint, women‚s individual pursuit, Madison, keirin and women‚s match sprint. EDS TRACK CUP Œ97 FINALS, Sept. 12, Lehigh Valley Velodrome Team Pursuit, 4km 1. COX ATLANTA VELO (BEN SHARP, Indianapolis, Ind.; Brian Whitcomb, Sharpsburg, Ga.; John Walrod, Macungie, Pa.; Tommy Mulkey, Griffin, Ga.), four mins, 31.406 secs; 2. Shaklee Composite (Derek Bouchard-Hall, Menlo Park, Calif.; Jame Carney, Durango, Colo.; Michael Tillman, Lafayette, Calif.; Tim Hancock, Rockville, Md.), 4:34.842; 3. Canada (Glenn Rendall, Matthew Hansen, Paul Henderson, Tim Hadfield), 4:36.84; 4. Mrs. T‚s-Lexus (Jonathan Reth, Yucaipa, Calif.; Dan Reid, Redlands, Calif.; Brian Sitcer, Fontana, Calif.; Sky Christopherson, Tucson, Ariz.), 4:43.474; 5. PowerBar (Jack Diemar, Bedminster, N.J.; Shawn Washburn, Kutztown, Pa.; Kyle Wamsley, Chadds Ford, Pa.; Jason Orowitz, Bethlehem, Pa.), 4:53.186; 6. Team EDS (Ryan Oelkers, New Tripoli, Pa.; Jennifer Evans, Austin, Texas; Chris Carlson, Dallas, Texas; Trey Gannon, Plano, Texas), 5:28.58. Men‚s Points Race, 30km 1. JAME CARNEY (SHAKLEE), Durango, Colo., 32 pts (6 sprint wins); 2. John Walrod (Cox Atlanta Velo), Macungie, Pa.; 21 (1); 3. Tim Hadfield (Canadian National), Ont., Canada, 14 (0); 4. David Dew (Amoroso-Bike Line), Australia, 8 (0); 5. Glen Rendall (Canadian National), Orleans, Ont., Canada, 6 (0); 6. Mike Tillman (Olympic Club), Santa Monica, Calif., -1 lap, 16 (3); 7. Ryan Oelkers (Team EDS), New Tripoli, Pa., -1, 16 (1); 8. Brian Whitcomb (Cox Atlanta Velo), Sharpsburg, Ga., -1, 14 (2). Men‚s Match Sprint 1. MARTY NOTHSTEIN (TEAM EDS), Trexlertown, Pa.; 2. Marcelo Arrue (Mrs. T‚s-Lexus), Alburtis, Pa.; 3. Mark Garrett (Team EDS), Arcadia, Calif; 4. Doug Baron (Canadian National), Calgary, Alb., Canada; 5. Trey Gannon (Team EDS), Plano, Texas; 6. Jason Garner (Northbrook BC), Newport Beach, Calif.; 7. Stephen Alfred (Cycle Craft), Trinidad and Tobago; 8. John Bairos (Mrs. T‚s-Lexus), Redlands, Calif. -- USA Cycling -- Tour de l‚Avenir, France Stage 7, Foix - Plateau De Deille, 122 kms: 1 LAUKKA Joona FIN FESTINA 3:41:24 2 LIVINGSTON Kevin USA COFIDIS at 0:22 3 ROUX Laurent FRA TVM 4 MORIN Anthony FRA BIG MAT 1:08 5 LEBRETON Lylian FRA FESTINA 1:17 6 PEREZ RODRIGUEZ Luis ESP ONCE 1:54 7 LOPEZ DE MUNAIN Alberto ESP EUSKADI 2:06 8 AEBERSOLD Niki SUI POST SWISS TEAM 2:16 9 SIMENSEN Ole NOR 2:19 10 MONCOUTIE David FRA COFIDIS s.t. 59 WALTERS Mark CAN CANADA 15:41 81 BERNARD Alexandre CAN CANADA 23:14 114 RANDELL Andrew CAN CANADA 36:08 Stage 8, Tarascon sur Ariege - Piau Engaly, 206 kms 1 ROUX Laurent FRA TVM 6:42:01 2 LEBRETON Lylian FRA FESTINA at 1:00 3 LIVINGSTON Kevin USA COFIDIS 1:23 4 PEREZ RODRIGUEZ Luis ESP ONCE 4:27 5 RAVALEU Stéphane FRA BIG MAT 4:51 6 ETXEBARRIA Unai VEN EUSKADI 5:51 7 AEBERSOLD Niki SUI POST SWISS TEAM 5:53 8 MORIN Anthony FRA BIG MAT 9 DIAZ JUSTO Rafael ESP ONCE 7:54 10 HINAULT Sébastien FRA GAN 8:02 81 BERNARD Alexandre CAN CANADA 51:10 GC 1 ROUX Laurent FRA TVM 31:20:09 2 LIVINGSTON Kevin USA COFIDIS at 0:57 3 LEBRETON Lylian FRA FESTINA 3:14 4 PEREZ RODRIGUEZ Luis ESP ONCE 5:03 5 MORIN Anthony FRA BIG MAT 5:28 6 AEBERSOLD Niki SUI POST SWISS TEAM 7:44 7 RAVALEU Stéphane FRA BIG MAT 8:58 8 ETXEBARRIA Unai VEN EUSKADI 9:27 9 DIAZ JUSTO Rafael ESP ONCE 10:59 10 FERNANDEZ Bingen ESP EUSKADI 11:34 89 BERNARD Alexandre CAN CANADA 1:26:52 Vuelta a Espana Stage 6, Malaga - Granada, 147 kms 1. JALABERT, Laurent FRA ONCE 3:36:03 2. DUFAUX, Laurent SUI LOTUS 3. ESCARTIN, Fernando ESP KELME - COSTA BLANCA 4. ZÜLLE, Alex SUI ONCE all s.t. 5. IVANOV, Serguei RUS TVM 1:57 6. HAMBURGER, Bo DEN TVM 7. GARCIA, David ESP EUSKALTEL - EUSKADI 8. CHIAPPUCCI,Claudio ITA ASICS - CGA 9. MOLLER, Claus M. DEN ESTEPONA - TOSCAF 10. ROMINGER, Tony SUI COFIDIS all s.t. Stage 7, Guadix and Sierra Nevada, 219 kms 1. LEDANOIS, Yvon FRA GAN 6:15:06 2. DUFAUX, Laurent SUI LOTUS at 0:42 3. ZÜLLE, Alex SUI ONCE 4. JIMENEZ,José María ESP BANESTO 5. ESCARTIN, Fernando ESP KELME - COSTA BLANCA all s.t. 6. MOLLER, Claus M. DEN ESTEPONA - TOSCAF 0:47 7. LUTTENBERGER,Peter AUT RABOBANK 0:51 8. ZAINA, Enrico ITA ASICS - CGA s.t. 9. DE LAS CUEVAS, A. FRA BANESTO 1:00 10. BORDENAVE,Philippe FRA CASINO 1:03 GC 1. DUFAUX, Laurent SUI LOTUS 34:04:30 2. ESCARTIN, Fernando ESP KELME - COSTA BLANCA at 0:13 3. ZÜLLE, Alex SUI ONCE 0:14 4. LEDANOIS, Yvon FRA GAN 1:21 5. MOLLER, Claus M. DEN ESTEPONA - TOSCAF 2:16 6. ZAINA, Enrico ITA ASICS - CGA 2:24 7. LUTTENBERGER,Peter AUT RABOBANK s.t. 8. DE LAS CUEVAS, A. FRA BANESTO 2:33 9. SERRANO, Marcos A. ESP KELME - COSTA BLANCA 2:36 10. CLAVERO, Daniel ESP ESTEPONA - TOSCAF s.t.

 


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