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July 21/00 11:42 am - Armstrong Wins Tour TT, Elgin Street, Canadian Advancement, Birthday


Posted by Editor on 07/21/00
 

Tour de France

Stage 19 - Fribourg-en-Brisgau to Mulhouse ITT 58.5 km

Lance Armstrong (U.S. Postal) has won his first stage of the 2000 Tour with a dominat performance in today's 58.5 kilometre time trial. Armstrong led from start to finish, at one point 55 seconds ahead of second place Jan Ullrich (Telekom), before finishing 25 seconds ahead of his rival.


1 ARMSTRONG Lance USA USP 1:05:01
2 ULLRICH Jan GER TEL at 0:25
3 MOREAU Christophe FRA FES 2:12
4 HAMILTON Tyler USA USP 3:01
5 BELOKI Joseba ESP FES 3:26
6 JALABERT Laurent FRA ONC 3:47
7 MILLAR David GBR COF 3:56
8 NARDELLO Daniele ITA MAP 3:57
9 BOTERO Santiago COL KEL 3:59
10 TRENTIN Guido ITA VIN 4:16
11 VELO Marco ITA MER 4:28
12 OLANO Abraham ESP ONC 4:35
13 MATTAN Nico BEL COF 4:42
14 MAIGNAN Gilles FRA AG2 4:52
15 CONTI Roberto ITA VIN 4:56
16 CANADA David ESP ONC 4:58
17 MANCEBO Francisco ESP BAN 5:02
18 BARANOWSKI Dariusz POL BAN 5:05
19 HERAS Roberto ESP KEL 5:07
20 KNAVEN Servais NED FAR 5:33

23 RODRIGUEZ Fred USA MAP 5:42
24 ESCARTIN Fernando ESP KEL 5:46
26 VIRENQUE Richard FRA PLT 5:50
32 JULICH Bobby USA C.A 6:35
35 VASSEUR Cedric FRA USP 6:55
58 EKIMOV Vjatceslav RUS USP 8:14
59 GUERINI Giuseppe ITA TEL 8:20
61 LIVINGSTON Kevin USA USP 8:21
81 HINCAPIE George USA USP 9:05
86 OTXOA Javier ESP KEL 9:13
92 HERVE Pascal FRA PLT 9:23
104 ANDREU Frankie USA USP 10:10
107 ZABEL Erik GER TEL 10:14
121 JIMENEZ Jose Maria ESP BAN 11:05
125 BOOGERD Michael NED RAB 11:51

GC

1 ARMSTRONG Lance USA USP 83:06:19
2 ULLRICH Jan GER TEL at 6:02
3 BELOKI Joseba ESP FES 10:04
4 MOREAU Christophe FRA FES 10:34
5 HERAS Roberto ESP KEL 11:50
6 VIRENQUE Richard FRA PLT 13:26
7 BOTERO Santiago COL KEL 14:18
8 ESCARTIN Fernando ESP KEL 17:21
9 MANCEBO Francisco ESP BAN 18:09
10 NARDELLO Daniele ITA MAP 18:25
11 BELTRAN Manuel ESP MAP 21:11
12 HERVE Pascal FRA PLT 23:13
13 OTXOA Javier ESP KEL 25:00
14 GARCIA CASAS Felix ESP FES 32:04
15 VINOKOUROV Alexandre KAZ TEL 32:26
16 CONTI Roberto ITA VIN 34:18
17 VAN DE WOUWER Kurt BEL LOT 34:29
18 TRENTIN Guido ITA VIN 35:57
19 BOOGERD Michael NED RAB 42:13
20 ROBIN Jean-Cyril FRA BJT 43:12

21 JIMENEZ Jose Maria ESP BAN 45:11
26 HAMILTON Tyler USA USP 56:30
27 GUERINI Giuseppe ITA TEL 59:33
35 OLANO Abraham ESP ONC 1:19:44
39 LIVINGSTON Kevin USA USP 1:23:13
49 JULICH Bobby USA C.A 1:44:15
53 VASSEUR Cedric FRA USP 1:55:25
54 JALABERT Laurent FRA ONC 1:56:04
56 EKIMOV Vjatceslav RUS USP 1:59:57
62 ZABEL Erik GER TEL 2:11:39
67 HINCAPIE George USA USP 2:20:31
87 RODRIGUEZ Fred USA MAP 2:40:19


Elgin Street Classic - Ottawa
(courtesy John Large)

Ottawa - The weather threatened but didn't dampen a great evening of cycling in the capital. Cool cloudy conditions couldn't stop the huge crowd from enjoying the action of downtown criterium racing. A team of regional police officers , in full gear including their guns, were given almost a lap headstart on the field in the "Fat Tire Sizzler". It didn't take too long for them to be caught and passed..... no shots were fired. Defending champ, Julian Hine - Schwinn/Toyota, held off breakaway partner Lucas Curran for the win and Intersport's all rounder Glen Rendall won the group sprint for third place.

In the 50 km Elgin Street Classic, Daniel Belisle - Team Guru, out foxed his breakaway companions Bill Hurley and Craig Burge to claim top spot. The trio lapped the field on the tight 1 km course after putting on a show of speed and bike handling. The cream floats to the top. Craig Burge, former National Team rider in the '80's showed the hometown crowd that he can still tear it up with the best of them.

Police estimated 10,000 people lined the popular club and restaurant strip to take in the race. Sponsored by Isotech, Optimum Technologies, Colliers International, Sportable and the World Exchange Plaza, the Elgin Street Classic has become Ottawa's premier bike race.


Canadian Advancement at Rock Shox

Canadian Rene Cormier (ex-Dekerf) has moved up the ladder at Rock Shox, stepping out of his OEM Sales Manager position to become Communications Manager for the Americas. Congratulations Rene.


Happy Birthday To...

Mountain biker Guido Visser (tomorrow).

 


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