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March 3/01 9:20 am - Snowy, California, Het Volk, Foot & Mouth

Posted by Editor on 03/3/01

Tour de Snowy, Australia

This is the first major international women's stage race of the season. Unlike last year, when the field included such names as Genevieve Jeanson, it is a smaller race. This is due primarily to the fact that riders are not using it as part of Olympic qualifying. The only Canadian at this year's race is Annie Gariepy, wearing the colours of her new team.

Note: Stage 1 and 2 winner Anna Millward is not a newcomer; it is the recently married former Anna Wilson.

Stage 1 - Cooma Criterium 30 km

1 Anna Millward (Aus) Saturn 43:29
2 Rochelle Gilmore (Aus) NSWIS Trek Team
3 Alison Wright (Aus) AIS
4 Giovanna Troldi (Ita) Acca Due O-H.P.
5 Naomi Williams (Aus) Jayco VIS
6 Mari Holden (USA) Alfa Lum R.S.M.
7 Bridget Evans (Aus) Bicisport
8 Mirjam Melchers (Ned) Acca Due O-H.P.
9 Sarah Ulmer (NZL)
10 Sara Felloni (Ita) Alfa Lum R.S.M.

20 Annie Gariepy (Can)
23 Pam Shuster (USA)
29 Kimberly Bruckner (USA) Saturn
30 Kim Smith (USA)
37 Lara Ruthven (USA) Carpe Diem-Itera
41 Kerry Hellmuth (USA) Carpe Diem-Itera all s.t.

Stage 2 - Cooma to Jindabyne 61 km

1 Anna Millward (Aus) Saturn 1:37:50
2 Sara Carrigan (Aus) AIS
3 Mari Holden (USA) Alfa Lum R.S.M.
4 Rochelle Gilmore (Aus) NSWIS Trek Team
5 Alison Wright (Aus) AIS
6 Sara Felloni (Ita) Alfa Lum R.S.M.
7 Katie Mactier (Aus) Jayco VIS
8 Bridget Evans (Aus) Bicisport
9 Zinaida Stahurskaia (Blr) GAS Sport
10 Mirjam Melchers (Ned) Acca Due O-H.P.

24 Annie Gariepy (Can)
27 Sarah Ulmer (NZL)
32 Kimberly Bruckner (USA) Saturn
34 Kim Smith (USA)
37 Pam Shuster (USA) all s.t.
50 Kerry Hellmuth (USA) Carpe Diem-Itera at 0:50
51 Lara Ruthven (USA) Carpe Diem-Itera


1 Anna Millward (Aus) Saturn 2:20:39
2 Rochelle Gilmore (Aus) NSWIS Trek Team at 0:20
3 Sara Carrigan (Aus) AIS 0:25
4 Mari Holden (USA) Alfa Lum R.S.M. 0:28
5 Alison Wright (Aus) AIS 0:30
6 Mirjam Melchers (Ned) Acca Due O-H.P. 0:34
7 Giovanna Troldi (Ita) Acca Due O-H.P. 0:35
8 Zinaida Stahurskaia (Blr) GAS Sport 0:36
9 Priska Doppmann (Sui) Acca Due O-H.P. 0:37
10 Anke Erlank (RSA) Saturn 0:39

17 Sarah Ulmer (NZL) 0:40
19 Annie Gariepy (Can)
20 Kim Smith (USA)
21 Pam Shuster (USA) all s.t.
51 Kerry Hellmuth (USA) Carpe Diem-Itera 1:30
52 Lara Ruthven (USA) Carpe Diem-Itera s.t.

Canadian in California
(courtesy R. & B. Jura)

Jesse Keefer, Broadmark Cycling Team, got fifth place at the Cantua Creek Road Race in California on February 23rd.

Het Volk

The first of the spring classics, the Omloop Het Volk is on right now. Check back around 10:45 am EST for results and report.

Foot and Mouth Epidemic Affects Cycling

British Cycling Federation Statement, Tuesday, February 27th:

The British Cycling Federation (BCF) has been advised by MAFF (Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food) to ask all cyclists to avoid trips to the countryside in any form (on foot, on bike or by car) wherever possible, even if the intended journey is restricted to roads. MAFF have pointed out that this is a request and that they cannot currently enforce it in any way. However, in view of the seriousness of the situation, the British Cycling Federation urges all cyclists to follow MAFF's advice.

The implications of the current Foot and Mouth outbreak are clearly serious for cycling in virtually every form and for cycle sport in particular. With the Road and Mountain bike seasons getting underway, we are monitoring the situation very carefully and will be in regular touch with MAFF.


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