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October 24/97 23:31 pm - Quebec Awards, Ontario Cyclo-cross


Posted by Editor on 10/24/97
 

HCANADIAN MIXTE TANDEM STRIKES AGAIN Julie Cournoyer, from Sherbrooke, and Alexandre Cloutier, from Sainte-Foy, won the Criterium of Catalonia and earned the second place of the Monjuic Ascent in Barcelona on October 18 and 19 in an international competition for visualy impared cyclists. The 1996 Paralympic gold winning tandem from Canada made it again while racing in a 42 km criterium race on the circuit of the Rambla de la Marina in Barcelona. Cournoyer and Cloutier won the race in 1 hour 1 minute and 8 seconds while sprinting at the finish line against the Spanish team mad äe of Angeles Fernandez Lebrato and José Angel Santiago. But the Lebrato-Santiago tandem got its way in the famous year end road recent event, the Montjuic Ascent. The Spaniards raced the 3,5 km hill climb in 8 minutes 34 seconds while the Canadians took the second place 9 seconds slower. Participation of Cournoyer and Cloutier to the Barcelona events is part of the Canadian Cycling Paralympic Team program in preparation for the 1998 World Championships for handicaped cyclists. The two athletes were coached by Vincent Jourdain, National coach for blind cyclists attached to the Bromont National Training Center. Pierre Thibault Secretary Bromont National Training Center COCCL (Central Ontario Cyclo-Cross League) Standings to October 19th. (thanks to Peter McCaffrey) SENIOR: 1 Chris Hansen Silent Sports 57 points 2 Peter Morse Chain Reaction { 49 3 Chris Dewar Independent 38 4 Andrew Croutch Independent 33 5 Warren Davies Woodstock 23 Brent Arthurs Woodbridge Italia 23 7 James Rivet Racer Sportif 17 8 Jeff Hansen Silent Sports 16 9 Tom Baumgartner Neworld 15 10 Byron Raymond Bicycleworks 13 WOMEN 1 Lisa Hussey Chain Reaction 41 2 Lisa McGilvray Silent Sports 24 Jennifer McFadden Independent 24 4 Maria Dilellio Bicycleworks 22 5 Tina Bragg Bicycleworks 20 î 6 Pamela Bottos Independent 15 7 Julia Bradley Lakeshore C.C. 14 8 Chrissie Redden Ritchey 12 9 Leslie Greene Kona 11 10 Anne Marie Hansen Independent 9 VET> 1 Dave Dermont Independent 46 2 Scott Buschlen Independent 34 3 Shawn Kehoe Doug's Bike 32 4 Rob Cheskey Hamilton C.C. 28 5 Francis Morrow Woodstock C.C. 26 Eric Orschel Silent Sports 26 7 John Rasmussen 22 8 Leighton Davies Woodstock C.C. 21 9 Ziggy Martalzeuwski Zi òggy's C.C. 17 10 Pierre Perrin Schwinn Canada 15 JUN. 1 Oscar Salvenary Polonius ? 24 2 Peter Mazur D'Ornellas 23 Colin Campbell Independent 23 4 Brian Turner Independent 10 NOVICE 1 Sebastien Sabuzadqrsa Polonius 12 2 Ryan De Boer Mississauga C.C. 11 3 Carlo Sabuzadqrsa Polonius 10 4 Brian Taburan Independent 1 NUMBER OF COMPETITORS IN SERIES (5 EVENTS TO DATE) SENIORS 49 WOMEN 12 VETERANS 22 JUNIORS 4 NOVICES 5 5 EVENTS TO GO NB: NAT. CHAMPIONSHIPS DOES NOT COUNT AS A LEAGUE EVENT

 


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