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July 16/00 2:10 am - World Cup Dual in Vail: Results


Posted by Editoress on 07/16/00
 

Vail World Cup Dual and DH
courtesy Hank Sydor

Dual
In the 1st elimination round for the men, Cedric Gracia was ahead of Phil Tintsman who hit Gracia's rear wheel, knocking him off his bike. Tintsman kept going and won. Gracia protested and Tintsman was yellow carded. Gracia wanted Tintsman to be disqualified and stormed off the course after a 30 second finger waving session with Tintsman. Tintsman was declared the winner and went on to be beaten in the next round.

Complete Results
Men
1. LOPES, Brian (USA) VOLVO CANNONDALE
2. DELDYCKE, Mickael (FRA) TAILLEFER BICYCLES
3. CARTER, Eric (USA) TEAM GT
4. PEAT, Steve (GBR) TEAM GT
5. BOOTES, Wade (AUS) TREK/VOLKSWAGEN
5. RENNIE, Nathan (AUS) YETI
5. AMOUR, Karim (FRA) VOUILLOZ RACING TEAM
5. MCCARROLL, Sean (AUS) GIANT
9. ROCKWELL, Myles (USA) GIANT
9. KING, Mike (USA) HARO/LEE DUNGAREE
9. TSCHUGG, Guido (GER) WHEELER
9. PAGE, Nigel (GBR) INTENSE UK
9. RANDO, Jared (AUS)
9. MAROSI, Michal (CZE) AUTOR-RB SKODA AUTO
9. BEAUMONT, Scott (GBR) TEAM KONA FORD FOCUS
9. TINTSMAN, Phil (USA) IRON HORSE
17. GRACIA, Cedric (FRA) VOLVO CANNONDALE
17. MEYENBORG, Sascha (GER) INTENSE CYCLES
17. HOUSEMAN, Gary (USA) HARO/LEE DUNGAREE
17. ONEAL, James (USA) FOES/AZONIC
17. EBBETT, Kyle (USA) IRON HORSE
17. SMITH, Waylon (USA)
17. WADDELL, John (AUS) PRO GRX TEAM
17. SHARPLES, Scott (AUS) HARO/LEE DUNGAREE
17. HOUSEMAN, Rich (USA) TOMAC
17. MOLINARD, Thierry (FRA)
17. TSUKAMOTO, Takashi (JPN) MX/MONGOOSE
17. SIGFRID, Jason (USA) YETI
17. DEL BOSCO, Chris (USA) DEVO
17. B‹ELER, Andy (SUI) FIAT-ROTWILD
17. SEARS, Rob (USA) DIRTWORKS
DSQ TOMAC, John (USA) TOMAC

Women
1. CHAUSSON, Anne-Caroline (FRA) VOLVO CANNONDALE
2. LLANES, Tara (USA) SUBARU-SPECIALIZED
3. MILLER, Katrina (AUS) JAMIS
4. MORTIMER, Helen (GBR) MBUK/JAMIS
5. DONOVAN, Leigh (USA) SCHWINN TOYOTA RAV 4
5. J÷RGENSEN, Sari (SUI) TOMAC
5. QUIN, Vanessa (NZL) NZMBA
5. MUXLOW, Tai-Lee (AUS)
9. ELLIOTT, Cheri (USA) MAXXIS
9. PRUITT, Kathy (USA) SUN RACE SANTA CRUZ
9. NICHOLAS, Kristina (USA) DIRTWORKS, XMO
9. BLANCHER, Lorraine (CAN) IRON HORSE
9. DAHLAGER, Gale (USA) DIRTWORKS/XMO
9. HALEY, Barb (CAN) DIRT WORKS

Downhill
Missy (Giove) said this course is going to be tough. Lots of steep short hills and yet lots of pedaling. It will require a rider to be a good strong technical rider to win on the downhill course.

The weather has improved (somewhat) for today's downhill, but on the horizon are ominous dark clouds. In this mornings qualifires, many of the top riders were deliberatly taking slow runs, so as to give them an earlier start time, thus out running the rain. Some event stopped before the finish line and waited for their manager to tell them when to cross.

 


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