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May 6/01 11:54 am - Gila, Barry 7th


Posted by Editor on 05/6/01
 

Tour of the Gila - New Mexico, USA

Stage 5 - Gila Monster Road Race

Men (160 km)
1 Scott Moninger (Mercury) 4:31:57
2 Jesus Zarate (Tecos) at 0:08
3 Arquimides Lam (Tecos) 0:11
4 Michael Creed (Prime Alliance) 0:14
5 Jose Luis Castel (Tecos) 1:48
6 Florencio Ramos (Tecos) s.t.
7 Doug Ziewacz (7-Up/Colorado Cyclist) 2:05
8 John Hunt (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 2:47
9 Jose Robles (Corona-Citibank-Ma)
10 Steve Cate (Mercy Fitness) 3:01
11 John Lieswyn (7-Up/Colorado Cyclist) 3:05
12 Ian Dille (Mercy Fitness)
13 Bart Bowen (Hanseatic/Ochsner)
14 Phil Zajicek (Mercury)
15 Svein Tuft (Broadmark Capital)
16 Derek Bouchard Hall (Mercury)
17 Michael Ley (The Zaxby's Cycling Team)
18 Patrick Heaney (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com)
19 Eric Wohlberg (Saturn)
20 Scott Price (Landis/Trek/VW)

21 Scottie Weiss (The Zaxby's Cycling Team)
22 Carl Swenson (RLX Polo Sport) all s.t.
23 Juan P Magellanes (Tecos) 3:40
24 Alex Candelario (THF Racing) 4:16
25 Jimi Killen (THF Racing) s.t.
26 John Osguthorpe (Nutra-Fig) 4:30
27 Jason Tullous (Giant/Domenics) 5:23
28 Clark Sheehan (7-Up/Colorado Cyclist) 7:55
29 Duane Dickey (Bianchi/Turkey Sto) 8:02
30 Daryl Saul 8:09
31 Tim Larkin (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 8:30
32 Jon Tarkington (Vitamin Cottage/Morgul Bismarck) 9:06
33 Rusty Beall (Prime Alliance) 9:45
34 David Salomon (Tecos) 9:59
35 Stephen Flynn (UCLA) 10:29
36 Tim Johnson (Saturn) 11:21
37 Bradley Saul (YMCA/Sun & Ski)
38 Damon Kluck (Jelly Belly)
39 Oscar Pinede (7-Up/Colorado Cyclist)
40 Juan Lui Gonzales (Corona-Citibank-Ma)
41 Colby Farrell (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com)
42 Zachary Vestal (Jamba Juice) all s.t.
43 Max Finkbeiner (The Zaxby's Cycling Team) 13:04
44 Victor Rapinski (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 13:12
45 Be Jacques-Maynes (Santa Cruz Spokesm) 13:49
46 Jacob Rosenbager (Rio Grande) 14:01
47 Kirk Albers (Jelly Belly) 14:28
48 John Kelly (Kissena) 14:48
49 Eric Murphy 14:58
50 Dan Doornbos (Zia Velo) 17:53
51 Michael Hernandez (KHSNM.com)
52 Eric Pardyjak (Hanseatic/Ochsner) both s.t.
53 Brian Forbes (Jelly Belly) 22:20
54 Kevin Nicol (GS Velo News) 22:26
55 Jose Manue Garcia (Tecos)
56 Gerardo Castillo (Corona-Citibank-Ma)
57 Dave Smith (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) all s.t.
58 Clay Moseley (KHS New Mexico) 22:31
59 Scott Konicki (Mercy Fitness) 22:34
60 James Hodaet (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com)
61 Brendon Cameron (Te Awamutu Sports)
62 Dave King (Marathon Racing Te)
63 Dirk Friel (The Zaxby's Cycling Team)
64 Dario Falquier (Broadmark Capital)
65 Tim Brown (Nutra-Fig)
66 Ryan Guay (7-Up/Colorado Cyclist)
67 Jose Luis Jimenez (Tecos) all s.t.
68 Gareth Jones (Hanseatic/Ochsner) 26:08
69 Tim Carolan (Bianchi/Grand Performance) 28:18
70 Drew Miller (Landis/Trek/VW) 35:56
71 Justin Peschka (Landis/Trek/VW) s.t.
72 Mark Hunt (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 36:21
73 Jeremy Sartain (Bianchi/Turkey Sto) 39:19
74 Chuck Coyle (THF Racing) 43:03
75 Bret Crosby (Hybrid) 43:03
76 Matt DeCanio (Saturn)
77 Andy Clark (Monsoon Racing) both s.t.
78 Jonny Sundt (Broadmark Capital) 43:42
79 Jesse Keefer (Broadmark Capital) s.t.
80 Brian Lemke (Landis/Trek/VW) 1:03:23
81 Austin King (Team RPM) 1:24:24
82 Eric Abrams (Nutra-Fig) s.t.
83 Phil Horwitz 1:27:50
DNF Gord Fraser (Mercury)

Final GC

1 Scott Moninger (Mercury) 13:50:28
2 Michael Creed (Prime Alliance) at 3:35
3 Doug Ziewacz (7-Up/Colorado Cyclist) 4:37
4 Jesus Zarate (Tecos) 5:01
5 Eric Wohlberg (Saturn) 5:11
6 Scott Price (Landis/Trek/VW) 5:42

7 Arquimides Lam (Tecos) 6:49
8 John Lieswyn (7-Up/Colorado Cyclist) 7:09
9 Florencio Ramos (Tecos) 7:22
10 Phil Zajicek (Mercury) 7:42
11 Svein Tuft (Broadmark Capital) 8:35
12 Jose Robles (Corona-Citibank-Ma) 9:29
13 John Hunt (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 9:47
14 Carl Swenson (RLX Polo Sport) 10:05
15 Scottie Weiss (The Zaxby's Cycling Team) 10:09
16 Jimi Killen (THF Racing) 10:46
17 Bart Bowen (Hanseatic/Ochsner) 10:50
18 Michael Ley (The Zaxby's Cycling Team) 11:00
19 Jose Luis Castel (Tecos) 11:28
20 Steve Cate (Mercy Fitness) 11:46
21 Clark Sheehan (7-Up/Colorado Cyclist) 11:47
22 Juan P Magellanes (Tecos) 14:11
23 Der Bouchard Hall (Mercury) 14:29
24 Alex Candelario (THF Racing) 15:45
25 Duane Dickey (Bianchi/Turkey Sto) 15:47
26 Rusty Beall (Prime Alliance) 16:06
27 John Osguthorpe (Nutra-Fig) 16:13
28 Daryl Saul 17:01
29 Ian Dille (Mercy Fitness) 17:29
30 Patrick Heaney (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 18:44
31 Damon Kluck (Jelly Belly) 19:07
32 Jason Tullous (Giant/Domenics) 19:32
33 Jon Tarkington (Vitamin Cottage/Morgul Bismarck) 20:46
34 John Kelly (Kissena) 22:15
35 Be Jacques-Maynes (Santa Cruz Spokesm) 22:41
36 Juan Lui Gonzales (Corona-Citibank-Ma) 22:43
37 Jacob Rosenbager (Rio Grande) 22:46
38 Colby Farrell (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 23:13
39 Tim Johnson (Saturn) 24:08
40 Stephen Flynn (UCLA) 24:13
41 Kirk Albers (Jelly Belly) 24:26
42 David Salomon (Tecos) 24:35
43 Oscar Pinede (7-Up/Colorado Cyclist) 25:40
44 Zachary Vestal (Jamba Juice) 26:06
45 Bradley Saul (YMCA/Sun & Ski) 27:01
46 Dan Doornbos (Zia Velo) 28:43
47 Eric Murphy 29:47
48 Max Finkbeiner (The Zaxby's Cycling Team) 30:52
49 Tim Larkin (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 31:49
50 Dave Smith (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 32:35
51 Jose Manue Garcia (Tecos) 32:52
52 Ryan Guay (7-Up/Colorado Cyclist) 33:48
53 Scott Konicki (Mercy Fitness) 34:35
54 Brian Forbes (Jelly Belly) 34:58
55 Gerardo Castillo (Corona-Citibank-Ma) 35:04
56 Tim Brown (Nutra-Fig) 35:11
57 Clay Moseley (KHS New Mexico) 35:57
58 Dario Falquier (Broadmark Capital) 36:58
59 Michael Hernandez (KHSNM.com) 37:15
60 Gareth Jones (Hanseatic/Ochsner) 37:29
61 Dirk Friel (The Zaxby's Cycling Team) 37:52
62 Kevin Nicol (GS Velo News) 39:10
63 Victor Rapinski (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 40:57
64 Drew Miller (Landis/Trek/VW) 41:12
65 Jose Luis Jimenez (Tecos) 41:28
66 Eric Pardyjak (Hanseatic/Ochsner) 42:02
67 Dave King (Marathon Racing Te) 42:49
68 Mark Hunt (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 45:08
69 Matt DeCanio (Saturn) 45:46
70 James Hodaet (Lombardi Sports/Ofoto.com) 46:11
71 Brendon Cameron (Te Awamutu Sports) 48:36
72 Jesse Keefer (Broadmark Capital) 58:48
73 Andy Clark (Monsoon Racing) 59:56
74 Chuck Coyle (THF Racing) 1:00:03
75 Tim Carolan (Bianchi/Grand Performance) 1:03:49
76 Jeremy Sartain (Bianchi/Turkey Sto) 1:06:32
77 Justin Peschka (Landis/Trek/VW) 1:08:12
78 Bret Crosby (Hybrid) 1:11:07
79 Jonny Sundt (Broadmark Capital) 1:21:24
80 Brian Lemke (Landis/Trek/VW) 1:36:16
81 Eric Abrams (Nutra-Fig) 2:00:31
82 Austin King (Team RPM) 2:05:32

Women (106 km)
1 Genevieve Jeanson (Rona Cycling Team) 3:06:43
2 Kimberly Bruckner (Saturn) at 5:56
3 Lyne Bessette (Saturn) 17:00
4 Katrina Berger (800.com) 17:32
5 Rhonda Quick (Jane Cosmetics) s.t.
6 Andera Ratkovic (800.com) 17:38
7 Joan Wilson (Jane Cosmetics) 17:42
8 Jessica Phillips (Intersports) 17:45
9 Ruthie Matthes (Intersports) 18:41
10 Julie Young (Autotrader.com Cycling Team) 19:35
11 Marg Fedyna (Bow Cycle/ CMC)
12 Gabriela Ferrat (Rona Cycling Team) both s.t.
13 Kelli Emmett 19:41
14 Elizabeth Emery (Intersports)
15 Lysle Wilhelmi (800.com)
16 Sarah Konrad (Boise Cascade Offi)
17 Nicole Demars (800.com) all s.t.
18 Carmen D'Aluisio 20:02
19 Sarah Ulmer (Autotrader.com Cycling Team) s.t.
20 Amy Jarvis (Rona Cycling Team) 21:10
21 Lauren Smith (Jane Cosmetics) s.t.
22 Nicole Freedman (Credit Suisse First) 21:17
23 Jenny Eyerman (Jane Cosmetics) s.t.
24 Becky Bjork (Team Goldy's/Grove) 21:21
25 Kerry Barnholt 21:24
26 Meredith Miller (Jane Cosmetics) 21:27
27 Brenda Black (Intermountain Cycling Team) 21:29
28 Stacey Peters (800.com) s.t.
29 Kori Kelly (Proctor & Gamble) 21:33
30 Cheryl Binney (Proctor & Gamble)
31 Lara Kroepsch (Red Rocks Cyclery) both s.t.
32 Leah Goldstein (800.com) 21:49
33 Sandra Kolb (Credit Suisse First) 24:23
34 Gretchen Reeves (Veritas) 26:02
35 Pam Schuster (Autotrader.com Cycling Team) 26:36
36 Lanie Mason (Flagstaff Velo) 27:02
37 Gail Longenecker (Boise Cascade Offi)
38 Maren Partridge (Wasatch Women's Cycling Team)
39 Sima Trapp (Team Goldy's/Grove) all s.t.
40 Ke Soraci-Schmatz (Boise Cascade Offi) 27:07
41 Suzanne Sonye (Saturn) 32:21
42 Kristy Scrymgeour (Saturn)
43 Joann Kiesanowski (Proctor & Gamble)
44 Stacey Spencer (Proctor & Gamble)
45 Christy Kopasz (Paragon Ski & Spor)
46 Maatje Benassi (Team Tailwinds)
47 Sophie St: Jacques (Volkswagen)
48 Muffy Roy (KMX / Sunnyside)
49 Mina Pizzini (Proctor & Gamble)
50 Anna Millward (Saturn)
51 Catherine Marsal (Intersports) all s.t.
52 Jessica Burwell (Sobe/Headshok) 33:36
53 Daphne Wilhelm (Boise Cascade Offi) 33:56
54 Lesl Lowery-Abate (Boulder Womens Cyc) 36:38
55 Elizabet Anderson (Veritas Women's Cycling Team)
56 Liza Rachetto (Team Goldy's/Grove) both s.t.
57 Lauren Gilliland 39:20
58 Margell Abel (Veritas Women's Cycling Team) 39:39
59 Emily Gloeckner (Veritas Women's Cycling Team) 39:45
60 Anne Lannan (Veritas Software) s.t.
61 Lisa Peck (Wasatch Women's Cycling Team) 43:07
62 Rosemary Coleman (Credit Suisse First) 43:45
63 Amber Shay (Bici Club) 43:47
64 Heather Szabo (Schwinn) 48:24
65 Shannon Tupa (Rocky Mounts) 48:24
66 Patricia Fallstich (Bici Club) 52:27
67 Jennifer Buntz (Landis / Trek / VW) 53:49

Final GC

1 Genevieve Jeanson (Rona Cycling Team) 11:12:39
2 Kimberly Bruckner (Saturn) at 14:57
3 Lyne Bessette (Saturn) 24:44
4 Katrina Berger (800.com) 32:45
5 Jessica Phillips (Intersports) 39:06
6 Elizabeth Emery (Intersports) 40:12
7 Andera Ratkovic (800.com) 40:18
8 Sarah Ulmer (Autotrader.com Cycling Team) 42:38
9 Sarah Konrad (Boise Cascade Offi) 43:54
10 Lysle Wilhelmi (800.com) 44:54
11 Rhonda Quick (Jane Cosmetics) 46:16
12 Rutthie Mathes (Intersports) 47:10
13 Kelli Emmett 50:18
14 Anna Millward (Saturn) 50:58
15 Lauren Smith (Jane Cosmetics) 54:12
16 Julie Young (Autotrader.com Cycling Team) 56:36
17 Joan Wilson (Jane Cosmetics) 58:39
18 Gabriela Ferrat (Rona Cycling Team) 1:00:08
19 Joann Kiesanowski (Proctor & Gamble) 1:00:13
20 Carmen D'Aluisio 1:01:03
21 Marg Fedyna (Bow Cycle/ CMC) 1:02:26
22 Kori Kelly (Proctor & Gamble) 1:04:04
23 Nicole Demars (800.com) 1:04:18
24 Meredith Miller (Jane Cosmetics) 1:04:22
25 Pam Schuster (Autotrader.com Cycling Team) 1:04:25
26 Nicole Freedman (Credit Suisse First) 1:04:42
27 Leah Goldstein (800.com) 1:06:43
28 Cheryl Binney (Proctor & Gamble) 1:07:34
29 Amy Jarvis (Rona Cycling Team) 1:08:02
30 Sandra Kolb (Credit Suisse First) 1:08:59
31 Lara Kroepsch (Red Rocks Cyclery) 1:09:26
32 Gretchen Reeves (Veritas) 1:09:44
33 Stacey Peters (800.com) 1:10:22
34 Becky Bjork (Team Goldy's/Grove) 1:11:57
35 Brenda Black (Intermountain Cycling Team) 1:14:31
36 Kristy Scrymgeour (Saturn) 1:14:49
37 Jenny Eyerman (Jane Cosmetics) 1:15:43
38 Kerry Barnholt 1:19:29
39 Gail Longenecker (Boise Cascade Offi) 1:20:41
40 Suzanne Sonye (Saturn) 1:20:50
41 Sophie St: Jacques (Volkswagen) 1:23:01
42 Ke Soraci-Schmatz (Boise Cascade Offi) 1:24:15
43 Muffy Roy (KMX / Sunnyside) 1:24:57
44 Catherine Marsal (Intersports) 1:25:18
45 Sima Trapp (Team Goldy's/Grove) 1:25:53
46 Stacey Spencer (Proctor & Gamble) 1:27:45
47 Lanie Mason (Flagstaff Velo) 1:28:23
48 Mina Pizzini (Proctor & Gamble) 1:30:22
49 Liza Rachetto (Team Goldy's/Grove) 1:34:17
50 Maatje Benassi (Team Tailwinds) 1:34:37
51 Emily Gloeckner (Veritas Women's Cycling Team) 1:35:33
52 Maren Partridge (Wasatch Women's Cycling Team) 1:36:19
53 Daphne Wilhelm (Boise Cascade Offi) 1:39:05
54 Amber Shay (Bici Club) 1:41:35
55 Jessica Burwell (Sobe/Headshok) 1:41:37
56 Anne Lannan (Veritas Software) 1:46:08
57 Lauren Gilliland 1:46:13
58 Christy Kopasz (Paragon Ski & Spor) 1:48:50
59 Margell Abel (Veritas Women's Cycling Team) 1:48:52
60 Elizabet Anderson (Veritas Women's Cycling Team) 1:48:52
61 Rosemary Coleman (Credit Suisse First) 1:48:53
62 Shannon Tupa (Rocky Mounts) 1:50:33
63 Jennifer Buntz (Landis / Trek / VW) 2:07:09
64 Lesl Lowery-Abate (Boulder Womens Cyc) 2:09:36
65 Heather Szabo (Schwinn) 2:17:10
66 Lisa Peck (Wasatch Women's Cycling Team) 2:17:18
67 Patricia Fallstich (Bici Club) 2:17:41

Team Rona Report

Eddy Mercks, one of the greatest racers of the 20th century, was nicknamed "the cannibal" in racing circles because he ate his competitors whole and never seemed to get enough. It was unthinkable for him to begin a race without throwing his heart and soul into his pursuit of victory.

How will Geneviève Jeanson (CAN, RONA) be remembered after her retirement? It is too soon to speculate on the career outcome of a racer who has already made us forget she‚s still just a teenager. But today, in the fifth and final stage of the Tour of the Gila, Geneviève Jeanson seems to have satisfied her immense appetite. She devoured everything in sight - the pack, her closest rivals in the general standings, the asphalt, the mountain, everything - finishing the race with a lead in the general standings of nearly 15 minutes over her closest rival, Kim Bruckner.

Play-by-play

The Gila Monster Road Race, a 106-km loop with start and finish lines near Silver City and a total ascent of 1,667 meters, was on today‚s program. The stage finished at the summit of one of the circuit‚s two Category 4 hills and included a Category 2 climb near the end of the race.

After five preliminary kilometers behind the police escort, the race began with an initial 9-km portion full of rolling hills and heading into the wind. Here Team RONA rode the pack to prevent any breakaways. Then the pack veered left to begin its ascent of the first of the day‚s three challenges, a long, irregular 28-km climb. Manon Jutras (CAN, RONA), suffering from gastric problems for the past two days, dropped out, her mission accomplished. Geneviève Jeanson, in top shape despite the fatigue of four days of high-altitude racing, moved up to the front of the pack and started to pick up the pace. "So soon!" grumbled a few of the other racers in the pack.

The pack quickly spread out and then simply exploded under the Jeanson‚s constant pressure. Only Bruckner, third in the general standings, managed to resist, and that for a mere three kilometers. From there Geneviève pursued the course alone, and for the last 75 kilometers the race became one long time trial. Bruckner was outdistanced little by little, but basically rode a solo course as well, farther and farther ahead of the pack.

Thirty-five kilometers into the race, Jeanson was 50" ahead of Bruckner and about 3 minutes ahead of the pack. And her lead grew inexorably. At the summit of the day‚s second challenge, a Category 2 hill that peaks 30 km before the finish line, the gap between Jeanson and Bruckner had widened to 4‚30". Jeanson added to that during the day‚s last climb, finishing 5'56" ahead of Bruckner. Lyne Bessette (CAN, Saturn Timex), third, crossed the line 17 minutes after the Team RONA leader.

To say that Team RONA‚s athletic director was happy would be an understatement. "The race went so well, the girls worked together beautifully for this victory. I was surprised by the gap, because I was expecting a slightly stiffer battle from Saturn Timex. Overall, the pack was a little less lively than the pack at Redlands, but this time the whole Saturn Timex team was there from start to finish. There were six of them and only four of us. But that just makes me all the prouder of Geneviève and Team RONA."

As for Geneviève Jeanson, she claimed to be "a bit" tired. "I rode hard every day, and with everything in high altitudes, it‚s tough. I was expecting a more aggressive pack today, but I had a lot of fun anyway. "

Gabriela Ferrat (MEX, RONA), who came in twelfth today, said she was thrilled by her first major race with Team RONA. "It was a wonderful experience, the course was fabulous and I worked as hard as I could. In the other big races I‚ve been in, I had a tendency to remain somewhat anonymous inside the pack. This was the first time I had the chance to really participate in the battle for victory, and it‚s very stimulating to race under those conditions! And the girls are just wonderful. We get along very well on and off the track." Gabriela is looking forward to the race on Mount Royal, which will be her first chance to visit Montreal.


Saturn Team Report

Kimberly Bruckner and Lyne Bessette finished the Tour of the Gila in second and third overall Sunday, but it was Genevieve Jeanson of Canada who again thoroughly dominated the field to win her fourth stage and claim the overall title she has held since the opening day.

Jeanson attacked six miles into the 66-mile race, which again climbed into the hills in southwestern New Mexico. Saturn's Lyne Bessette, who had been in second overall, was able to match her fellow Quebecois until the base of the day's first serious climb. When Bessette faltered, her teammate Bruckner moved ahead, but was unable to catch the 19-year-old. Jeanson finished the day at 3:06:43, with Bruckner just under six minutes behind (5:56). Bessette crossed the line alone for third, 17 minutes after Jeanson. What was left of the main field including the remaining Saturn riders, was over 32 minutes behind the winner.

Jeanson's final margin of victory for the five day race was 14:57 minutes ahead of Bruckner, who lives in Boulder, Colo., and 24:44 ahead of Bessette. It was her second decisive stage race victory of the season; in March she won the Redlands Bicycle Classic in California by more than nine minutes.

In the men's event, Boulder's Scott Moninger won his third stage, a 100-mile test that included 9,360 feet of climbing. Saturn's Eric Wohlberg, who had been in second overall, lost ground on the final climb of the day, a seven-mile ascent. Two of his Saturn teammates, Erin Hartwell and Matt DeCanio, had dropped out and with only one teammate in the bunch, Tim Johnson, he was not able to match Moninger's attacks to the summit. Wohlberg dropped to fifth overall, 5:11 behind Moninger.

The Saturn women's team will now see some riders off to Europe to compete in the Tour de l'Aude in France, May 17-27, for their national teams -- Anna Millward (Australia) and Lyne Bessette (Canada) will be on the start line along with Petra Rossner (Germany), who has been in Europe since mid-April. Most of the remaining team members will compete in the Housatonic Valley Classic in Danbury, Conn., on May 20.

The men's team will have a short break before tackling the Housatonic Valley Classic on May 20. A six-man Saturn squad is currently in Europe and will start the Peace Race on May 11.


Barry Seventh at Samsung Mobile GP
Courtesy Saturn

AARHUS, Denmark -- For the second consecutive day, Mark McCormack of the Saturn Cycling Team had a strong showing in a European event, finishing sixth in the Samsung Mobile GP while teammate Michael Barry was seventh.

Strong crosswinds split the men's peloton within the first 10 kilometers of the 190-kilometer race. About 40 kilometers into the race, McCormack tagged onto a breakaway along with three riders from the CSC-World Online team that just secured a berth in the Tour de France -- Danish r

 


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