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July 31/00 11:28 am - Ontario Track Championships, Kelso O-Cup


Posted by Editor on 07/31/00
 

Ontario Track Championships - Win Del Centre
(courtesy Peter McCaffery)

The second day was rained out, so a number of events were decided, based on results in preliminary rounds.

1000 METER ITT, SR. MEN
POS.NAMECLUBTIME
1Keith ThorarinsonHummingbirds1:15.9
2Brooks RapleyKiro1:18.3
3Kevin SpeachtKiro1:19.1
4Hands LoeffelholzIndependent1:21.0
5Michael McCorkellIndependent1:21.7
6Matt HansenIntersports1:21.9
7Michael MooresM.B.R.C.1:22.0
8Paul GammonPeterborough1:22.8
9Chris ReidM.B.R.C.1:25.7
10Brian BlackIndependent1:29'2
11Zybnek SkubnikIndependent1:30.2
1000 METER I.T.T. JUNIOR MEN
1Taras KlebanIntersports1:19.9
2Ryan De BoerM.B.R.C.1:27.5
3Warren TilbrookSt. Catharines C.C.1:29.5
500 METER I.T.T. WOMEN
1Julia BradleyIndependent44.9
2Michelle PerrierCyclepath45.1
3000 METER PURSUIT, JUNIOR
1Taras Kleban4:20.5
2Waren Tilbrook4'25.4
3Ryan De Boer4'48.1
3000 METER PURSUIT, WOMEN
1Julia Bradley4:26.7
2Sarah HisemanIndependent5:05.8
35:19.9
3000 METER PURSUIT, MASTERS
1Jay DarchHalton R & T4:30
2Rob GoodWaterlo Flying Dogs4:42.6
3Mark AntonioIndependent4:47.4
4000 METER PURSUIT, SENIOR MEN
(based on qualifying ride)
1Chris Reid5:29.5
2Kevin Speacht5:33.3
3Michael Moores5:36.0
4Matt Hansen5:44.8
5Paul Gammon5:59.6
6Keith Thorarinson6:00.0
7Brian Black6:24.8
8Zybnek Skubnik6:25.6
SPRINT, SENIOR MEN
(based on 1/4 final results and qualifying 200 meter times)
1Keith Thorarinson
2Kevin Speacht
3Broks Rapley
4HansLoeffelholz
SPRINT , JUNIOR MEN
1Taras Kleban
2Ryan De Boer
3Warren Tilbrook
SPRINT, WOMEN
1Julia Bradley
2Michelle Perrier
3Sarah Hiseman
SPRINT, MASTERS
1Rob Good
2Mark Antonio
3Jay Darch
POINTS RACE, SENIOR MEN
1Matt Hansen17 points
2Micael Moores0
3Kevin Speacht19 at 1 lap
4Keith Thorarinson5 at 1 lap
5Hans Loeffelholz7 at 2 laps
6Brooks Rapley7 at 3 laps
7Paul Gammon7 at 3 laps
8Mike McCorkell0 at 3 laps
POINTS RACE, JUNIOR MEN
1Taras Kleban15 points
2Warren Tilbrook11
3Ryan De Boer7
POINTS RACE, WOMEN
1Julia Bradley20 points
2Sarah Hiseman7 at 1 lap
3Michelle Perrier11 at 2 laps
POINTS RACE, MASTERS
1Jay Darch17 points
2Rob Good14
3Mark Antonio9
OMNIUM, SENIOR
1Kevin SpeachtKiro11 points
2Keith ThorarinsonHummingbirds9
3Matt HansenIntersports9 (decided on I.T.T. time)
4Michael MooresM.B.R.C.8
5Chris ReidM.B.R.C.7
6Brooks RapleyKiro5
7Hans LoeffelholzIndependent3
8Michael McCorkellIndependent1
9Paul GammonPeterborough1 (decided on I.T.T. time)
10Zybnek SkubnikIndependent0 (decided on I.T.T. time)



Kelso Ontario Cup
(courtesy W.O.W.)

What a great weekend! It ran as most of the Ontario Cups have this summer. Sunny and hot on Saturday for the downhill, rainy and wet for the cross country. Nothing new so it seemed that everyone was prepared for it.

The DH was just spectacular. We worked very hard to to produce a much more difficult course than we have ever done at Kelso before. Riders were even bailing in the option route at the jump! Men's Elite winner was Ondrej Neumann (Gears Racing), with Jocelyn Hirtes taking the women's race. Great racing all around with a big thank you for the Spokes 'N Slopes DH'ers who helped us with course work. They finished 1-2-3 in their Junior Expert category thanks to endless hours of practice. The course was such a hit that Conservation Halton is considering leaving it open. When you're down there please let them know that you want it left up!

Cross Country. Same old story. Not bad for the 9am - light drizzle. Some rain for the 11am. Absolutely pouring for the 2pm Sport race. If you're a Sport racer you know the true feeling of racing adversity. You're a champion if you dared to show up on the line. Despite the weather there was a great turnout with over 500 racers braving the conditions. In the Women's Elite category, Lisa Holmgren (Schwinn/Toyota) continues to be the class of this season with yet another win. Great work Lisa and we hope that Rob likes the Cameron's beer that you won! In the Men's Elite field, Josh Hall (Jet Fuel Coffee/KHS Bicycles) was the victor over Andrew Croutch (Trek Ontario) and Jeff Weber (Gears Racing). Weber held the lead for the first two laps, but Croutch and Weber kept him in sight. During Lap 3, the rain started to increase. According to Hall, "I knew that the conditions were going to change quickly, so I put the hammer down to get clear. It was really tricky on the last lap so I ran some sections so I wouldn't make any mistakes." Hall has won at Kelso in the pst and he was very happy with his win.

Another happy winner was Ed Kameka, who walked away with grand draw prize of a DEVINCI Cactus Mountain Bike. Neat bonus for being there. Aluminum frame, Rock Shox, the works. Many thanks to Scott from DEVINCI and Spokes 'N Slopes for this great prize.

Thanks for coming to our event and many thanks to all of our sponsors!!! Spokes 'N Slopes, Devinci Bicycles, Cameron's Brewing, Eload, Norco/GT, KHS Bicycles, OGC/Gary Fisher, Bolle, Cyclones Eyewear & Nature Valley Granola Bars. Many thanks to all of our helpers and volunteers and especially to all of the staff of Kelso for their hard work.

Full results are now posted (Monday 9am) www.wowmtb.com. We're going to go do course tear down now, so we are going to post a huge pile of photos this evening. We have some amazing DH photos and some muddy memories of the XC. Check back again for these. As well, we know that there were a lot of people out filming the DH on Saturday. We are very interested in obtaining copies of what you have and we will compensate you. Please contact us!!!

Downhill

Junior Expert Men
1 Andrew Danyluk from Sault Ste Marie 1:34.07
2 Brad Holmes Spokes 'N' Slopes:Norco 1:35.77
3 Marcus Dagenais Spokes 'N' Slopes/Georgetown 1:37.37
4 Doug Copping Giant Bicycles / Kilbride 1:39.19
5 254 Daniel Skinner Bike Depot Racing / Aurora 1:41.28

Elite Men
1 Ondrej Neumann Gears Racing / Mississauga 1:30.10
2 Peter McLean KHS Bicycles / St Marys 1:30.36
3 Jason Reinders from Georgetown 1:32.00
4 Ryan Walters Norco:Spokes 'N' Slopes/Milton 1:32.23
5 Drew Pautler from Brampton 1:34.96

Elite Women
1 Jocelyn Hirtes from Toronto 2:01.42
2 Cecile Gambin Norco / Toronto 2:07.79

XC

Junior Women
1 Angela Mawdsley Norco / London 1:13:02.3
2 Helena Coney High County/Epic Ride at 3:51
3 Dana Wagler Fly Gurlz/Squire Johns 16:15
Cydney Galbraith Kona Factory Team DNF

Junior Expert Men
1 Andrew Watson Bike Depot Racing / Bradford 1:41:30.6
2 Eric Batty Bay Cycle+Sport / Brooklin at 3:07
3 Andrew Elgar Outdoor Gear Can/Gary Fisher 3:33
4 Greg Edgar from Parry Sound 3:41
5 Matt Douglas Bay Cycle+Sport / Ashburn 5:05

Elite Men
1 Josh Hall Jet Fuel Coffee:KHS Bicycles 2:12:39.0
2 Andrew Croutch Trek Ontario / Willowdale at 1:28
3 Jeff Weber Gears Racing / Ayr 1:34
4 Greg Reain Sultans of Spin CC / Waterloo 3:31
5 Osmond Bakker Isotec-Optimum Technology 4:30

Elite Women
1 Lisa Holmgren Schwinn Toyota / Oro Station 1:56:00.8
2 Melissa Lunstead Trek Ontario / Orillia at 0:56.12
3 Susan Trimble Gears Racing / Oakville 3:12
4 Maria Di Lello from Hamilton 3:20
5 Amanda Kellett Outdoor Gear Can/Gary Fisher 6:56

 


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