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August 3/01 10:45 am - Tour de `Toona: Stage 2


Posted by Editoress on 08/3/01
 

Tour de 'Toona, Pennsylvania

Stage 2 - Hollidaysburg Road Race, 96 km

Men
Courtesy Navigators

The Tour de 'Toona action continued today with the 60Mi. Hollidaysburg Circuit Race.The Hollidaysburg stage is the shortest of the Tour de Toona's road stages, but it is certainly the toughest of the tour's 3 circuit races. With a near constantly rolling terrain punctuated by a steep 1km climb 1.5 miles from the finish; it is a difficult circuit to control. The Saturn Cycling Team entered the day in enviable position, having control of the top three places on Individual GC, as well as the Team GC lead, 25 seconds ahead of the Navigators squad. Navigators' Chris Baldwin held the KOM jersey and was in 4th spot on GC, 5 seconds behind Eric Wohlberg.

The Navigators and Mercury plan was evident right from the gun as both teams began sending riders up the road in an effort to force Saturn to take control. The steady flow of attacks and immediate response of the strong Saturn team forced afast pace covering 29 miles in the 1st hour. However, a setback would strike the Navigators crew as Chris Baldwin was forced to retire from the race after the first lap due to a knee injury that had been plaguing him from the previous day.As the race beganit's second hour, a break of seven formed including Navigators' Kirk O'Bee, Mercury's Mike Sayers and Derek Bouchard Hall, and 7-UP's Doug Ziewacz. Saturn's Frank McCormack represented race leader Eric Wohlberg. As the gap grew to 25 seconds, Saturn seemed to sense the danger and began to organize a chase. But bad luck would strike as third placed Ivan Dominguez flatted, and stalled the Saturn chase. Although the team elected not to send help back for their sprinter, they slowed the tempo at the front to allow his return to the peloton, and the gap to the leaders grew to over 50 seconds. With one 20 mile circuit remaining, Saturn was forced to commit the team to an all out chase. They brought the break to 20 seconds with 10 miles to go, but did not seem interested in finishing the job with half a lap remaining. As the break dangled 20+ seconds in front, Saturn rode tempo in the field with Navigators and Mercury organized behind.

As the peloton approached the final climb, a big push from the field brought the two groups together, but sent three of the hard working Saturn riders to the back. As they crested the climb, the Navigators and Mercury teams charged to the front with their trains, sending many riders out the back including Saturn's Trent Klasna, Mark McCormack, and Dominguez. The big blue Navigators train surged to the front as the group rushed into town, winding it up for their Russian sprinter. With a big push on the uphill approach to the finish, Vassili Davidenko surged ahead of the group to win the stage ahead of Gord Fraser and Harm Jansen. The third place time bonus puts Jansen in the leaders jersey, 2 seconds ahead of teammate Wohlberg. Timothy Larkin (Lombardy Sports) moves into 3rd overall. Navigators' Mark Walters is in 5th, 10 seconds back, while Davidenko moved to within 13 seconds

Women
Courtesy Team Saturn

The women raced aggressively from the start with many individuals taking a crack at escaping. However, Genevieve Jeanson's Rona Team was intent of keeping the group intact in an effort to regain the yellow jersey. However, despite their intentions, a group managed to escape containing Intersport Teammates Cathy Marsal and Jessica Phillips. Also in the group were Autotrader's Amber Neben, Nicole Demars (800.com) and Saturn's Anke Erlank.

With all the major teams but Rona represented the Intersport teammates pushed the pace, and the group went clear of five went clear of the field. Saturn's Erlank found the perfect opportunity to attack the group the final time up the climb, and soled a mile and half in for the win and the Yellow Leader's Jersey. She finished nearly 15 seconds up on second place Phillips who won the two up sprint over Neben. Jeanson won the field sprint for fourth. Erlank leads the overall by 23 seconds over Neben in second and Phillips sits in third. Erlank's Saturn teammate, Bessette, is in fourth.

Men
1DAVIDENKO VASSILINAVIGATORS CYCLING TEAM2:07:32
2FRASER GORDMERCURY RACING
3JANSEN HARMSATURN
4CANDERLARIO ALEXTHF RACING
5*DIONNE CHARLES7UP COLORADO CYCLIST
6BOUCHARD-HALL DEREK AMERCURY RACING
7PETERS JOHN KMERCURY RACING
8PINEDA OSCAR7UP COLORADO CYCLIST
9PAGE JONWHEELWORKS CANNONDALE
10LAVALLEE ALEXKISSENA CYCLING TEAM
11WILLIARD SHAWN DDEFEET/LEMOND
12WOHLBERG ERICSATURN
13SUNDT JONNYBROADMARK CAPITAL
14FINKBEINER MAXZAXBYS CYCLING TEAM
15CHAVEZ JOELCYCLESCIENCE/TREK
16PIC CHRISTOPHERMERCURY RACING
17STEVENSON RUSSELLBROADMARK CAPITAL
18SEDGWICK DALEBIANCHI GRAND PERFORMANCE
19MCCORMACK FRANKSATURN
20WALTERS MARKNAVIGATORS CYCLING TEAM
21STOCKWELL LUKEZAXBYS CYCLING TEAM
22LAZA VIKTORDEFEET/LEMOND
23*FAULKNER NATKISSENA CYCLING TEAM
24LIESWYN JOHN7UP COLORADO CYCLIST
25MONAHAN KEVIN7UP COLORADO CYCLIST
26WIRSING JONATHANSNOW VALLEY
27OCONNOR RYANGO MART
28SHEEHAN CLARK7UP COLORADO CYCLIST
29SHARP BENJAMINGO MART
30LARKIN TIMOTHYLOMBARDI SPORTS/OFOTO
31TAYLOR JOSHSNOW VALLEY
32SWENSON CARLTHF RACING
33MITCHELL GLENNAVIGATORS CYCLING TEAM
34URZEDOWSKI RAFALWATCHUNG WHELMAN
35HAMBLEN JONWHEELWORKS CANNONDALE
36MCDONALD CHRISKISSENA CYCLING TEAM
37MATTIS JAMESEAST SUBURBAN SPORTS
38KELLY JOHNKISSENA CYCLING TEAM
39RAMPOLLO GABRIELEDEFEET/LEMOND
40UNKERT TIMCAPITAL VELO CLUB
41LEY MICHAELZAXBYS CYCLING TEAM
42ZIEWACZ DOUG7UP COLORADO CYCLIST
43KEEFER JESSEBROADMARK CAPITAL
44VAN HEEL JONLOMBARDI SPORTS/OFOTO
45SAYERS MICHAEL SMERCURY RACING
46FRIEL DIRKZAXBYS CYCLING TEAM
47ZWIZANSKI SCOTTBICYCLE THERAPY
48MUL JELLEGO MART
49LOVERICH JACOBBICYCLE THERAPY
50JOHNSTON JEFFTEAM TEXAS
51HEANEY PATRICKLOMBARDI SPORTS/OFOTO
52FREYRE ENEASKISSENA CYCLING TEAM
53HUNT JOHN D.LOMBARDI SPORTS/OFOTO
54WESTOVER KEVINEAST SUBURBAN SPORTS
55OBEE KIRKNAVIGATORS CYCLING TEAM
56*NENNINGER RYANMACK RACING
57PECK CHRISWHEELWORKS CANNONDALE
58BECK JOSHAQUAFINA
59*BURNDRED GEOFFBROADMARK CAPITAL
60BAER JASONG.S. MENGONI
61*SIENIEWICZ GREGORYWATCHUNG WHELMAN
62SULLIVAN PATRICKCAPITAL VELO CLUB
63DICKEY DEWEYBIANCHI GRAND PERFORMANCE
64MURPHY ERIC PEAST SUBURBAN SPORTS
65CARRILLO GUSTAVEBIANCHI GRAND PERFORMANCEall s.t.
66STAITE DANG.S. MENGONI00:25
67VASQUEZ WILSONG.S. MENGONI0:25
68YAMAMOTO YASUHIROCITY SCAPE/HIGHER GEAR
69CAMPONAGARO SIRONAVIGATORS CYCLING TEAM
70SEIGLER WESGO MART
71SVATEK MATTHEWWHEELWORKS CANNONDALE
72BAKER PETERWHEELWORKS CANNONDALE
73CIPOLLA JOHNEAST SUBURBAN SPORTS
74CAMBPELL ROBBROADMARK CAPITALall s.t.
75COUGHLIN ANTHONY P.TEAM TEXAS0:39
76TRADINA BRIANAQUAFINA
77CAROLAN TIMBIANCHI GRAND PERFORMANCE
78KOGELMANN CHIPBICYCLE THERAPY
79LOPEZ DONNY RKISSENA CYCLING TEAMall s.t.
80*CUNNINGHAM RADBROADMARK CAPITAL0:51
81HEDGES KRISSNOW VALLEYs.t.
82HODNETT JAMESLOMBARDI SPORTS/OFOTO0:56
83SILBERMAN MARCWATCHUNG WHELMAN1:10
84SANDERS TODDCYCLESCIENCE/TREK
85MORAN HUGHCYCLESCIENCE/TREKboth s.t.
86SCHMATZ DANIELTHF RACING1:15
87SANCHEZ RAINIESNOW VALLEY1:19
88ZOOK RYANCITY SCAPE/HIGHER GEAR1:19
89RENDALL GLENSNOW VALLEY1:34
90FREDERICK CHRISEAST SUBURBAN SPORTS1:34
91DOMINQUEZ IVANSATURN1:39
92HARKEY CHRISTOPHERDEFEET/LEMOND1:57
93*FETTY JACOBZAXBYS CYCLING TEAM2:22
94MCCORMACK MARKSATURN2:22
95HELMINK JACCOGO MART2:22
96HACKLER KURTCAPITAL VELO CLUB2:22
97LARSON DANCYCLESCIENCE/TREK3:18
98SMITH DAVIDLOMBARDI SPORTS/OFOTO3:51
99KLASNA TRENTSATURN4:00
100DAVIS CURTWHEELWORKS CANNONDALE10:01
101GROOM SEANSNOW VALLEY13:46
102OLSON DANABICYCLE THERAPY13:50
103NEFF JOSHMACK RACING13:50
104ALBRIGHT ANDREWAQUAFINA13:50
105HOLM POULBIANCHI GRAND PERFORMANCE13:58
106HOSTERMAN TODDAQUAFINA22:19
107SARTAIN JEREMYBIANCHI GRAND PERFORMANCE24:38
DNFYEAGER MARKEAST SUBURBAN SPORTS
DNFBALDWIN CHRISNAVIGATORS CYCLING TEAM
DNFBLAZER ZACKAQUAFINA
DNFMILLER JOSEPHTEAM TEXAS
DNFMCADAMS RORYTEAM TEXAS
DNFWARD CODYCYCLESCIENCE/TREK
DNSKUHN MIKEAQUAFINA
Women
1ERLANK ANKESATURN CYCLING TEAM32:21
2PHILLIPS JESSICAINTERSPORTS0:12
3NEBEN AMBERAUTO TRADER.COM0:15
4COWDEN DOTSIE800.COM0:43
5MARSAL CATHERINEINTERSPORTS0:55
6*JEANSON GENEVIEVERONA CYCLING TEAM1:01
7VAN GILDER LAURAVERIZON WIRELESS
8BESSETTE LYNESATURN CYCLING TEAM
9FREEDMAN NICOLECREDIT SUISSE FIRST
10LONGENECKER GAILBOISE CASCADE OFFICE
11MAYOLA-PIC TINAAUTO TRADER.COM
12ESPESETH SANDYINTERSPORTS
13REEKIE-MAY ROZUPMC PITTSBURGH CYCLE
14DEMARS NICOLE800.COM
15DIAL JENNIFERBELL ATLANTIC
16DAVIDGE KIMSATURN CYCLING TEAM
17VEENSTRA MIRABELLA ERINJANE COSMETICS
18SUNSTEDT PIAINTERSPORTS
19YOUNG JULIEAUTO TRADER.COM
20PALMER KOMAR SUSANJANE COSMETICS

 


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