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March 29/02 10:34 am - Solano Stage 1, Espoirs in France, Korean Track, Ride to Survive


Posted by Editor on 03/29/02
 

Solano Bicycle Classic - California

Stage 1 Road Race

Men - 145.6 km

1 Chris Horner (USA) Prime Alliance 3:30:37
2 Chris Wherry (USA) Mercury s.t.
3 John Lieswyn (USA) 7UP / Nutra Fig at 0:03
4 Danny Pate (USA) Prime Alliance 0:44
5 Derek Bouchard-Hall (USA) Mercury
6 Hank Vogels (USA) Mercury
7 Gord Fraser (Can) Mercury
8 Charles Dionne (USA) 7UP / Nutra Fig

9 Daniel Ramsey (USA) Wheelworks/Cannondale
10 Greg Henderson (USA) 7UP / Nutra Fig

11 Eric Wohlberg (USA) Saturn
12 Friedick Mariano (USA) Jelly Belly
13 Douglas Ziewacz (USA) 7UP / Nutra Fig all s.t.
14 Florencir Ramos (USA) Tecos Universidad Auton 1:24
15 Erik Saunders (USA) OFOTO-Lombardi Sports s.t.
16 Mike Sayers (USA) Mercury 1:31
17 Adham Sbeih (USA) Mercury 2:20
18 Trent Klasna (USA) Saturn
19 Andrew Bajadali (USA) Excel Sports Boulder
20 Eric Murphy (USA) Mercy
21 Cameron Hughes (Aus) Pharmacia
22 Kashi Leuchs (NZL) Volvo / Cannondale
23 Godfrey Hayden (NZL) 7UP / Nutra Fig
24 Will Frischkorn (USA) Saturn
25 Derek Wilkerson (USA) Jelly Belly
26 Ubaldo Mesa (USA) Tecos Universidad Auton
27 Christoph Sauser (Swi) Volvo / Cannondale
28 Paul Rowney (Aus) Yeti - Pearl Izumi
29 Damon Kluck (USA) Saturn
30 Svein Tuft (Can) Prime Alliance
31 Jacob Erker (Can) Pharmacia

32 Jeff Angermann (USA) Rocknasium all s.t.
33 Kirk Albers (USA) Jelly Belly 3:34
34 Sandy Perrins (USA) Logan Race Club
35 Mike Taylor (USA) Marathon Racing Team
36 David Smith (USA) Sierra Nevada
37 Dave Nelson (USA) Marathon Racing Team
38 Jackson Stewart (USA) OFOTO-Lombardi Sports all s.t.
39 Ivan Dominguez (USA) Saturn 3:57
40 Scott Moninger (USA) Mercury s.t.
41 Matthew Svatek (USA) Wheelworks/Cannondale 4:10
42 Nat Faulkner (Can) Kissena s.t.
43 Nathan Dills (USA) Fondriest/RRV 5:14
44 Hatcher Rosebrock (USA) Fondriest/RRV
45 Troy White (USA) Sierra Nevada
46 Ted Huang (USA) Alto Velo/Webcor
47 Carter Hovey (Can) Bianchi / Canadian Team
48 Adam Watts (USA) Pharmacia
49 Russell Stevenson (USA) Broadmark Capital - Eli
50 Geoff Burnard (NZL) Broadmark Capital - Eli
51 Phil Zaqicek (Bul) Mercury
52 Ryan Russell (NZL) 3BRT/Marco Polo Cycling
53 John Peters (USA) Prime Alliance
54 Tim Larkin (USA) OFOTO-Lombardi Sports all s.t.
55 Michael Audley (USA) Morgan Stanley Cycling 6:31
56 John Hunt (USA) Sierra Nevada 7:40
57 Kent Bostick (USA) Mercy 9:01

Women - 96 km

1 Lyne Bessette (Can) Saturn 2:36:17
2 Judith Arndt (Ger) Saturn s.t.
3 Kimberly Bruckner (USA) Saturn at 4:36
4 Susan Palmer-Komar (Can) Talgo America 6:01
5 Trish Choo (USA) Helens/Trek/VW
6 Susy Pryde (NZL) Talgo America both s.t.
7 Jeanne McFall (USA) Team Goldy's 7:35
8 Alison Sydor (Can) Canadian National 8:56
9 Joanne Kiesanowski (NZL) Diet Rite 12:29
10 Erin Carter (Can) Canadian National

11 Tina Mayolo Pic (USA) Diet Rite
12 Laura Van Gilder (USA) Trek-Plus
13 Kimberley Cunningham (USA) Spokesman
14 Iona Wynter (USA) Genesis Scuba
15 Chrissy Redden (Can) Canadian National
16 Sandra Kolb (USA) LGBRC/Content Lab
17 Suzanne Sonye (USA) Saturn
18 Helen Kelly (Aus) Verizon Wireless
19 Lesley Tomlinson (Can) Canadian National
20 Ming Pizzini (USA) Diet Rite
21 Cynthia Mommsen (USA) The Olympic Club
22 Cheryl Binney (USA) Diet Rite
23 Heather Cole (Can) Mercy
24 Angela Uargas (USA) Genesis Scuba
25 MaryAnn Fleckenstein (USA) Team Goldy's
26 Stacey Peters (USA) Bianchi
27 Kristin Drumm Collins (USA) Team Spine
28 Meredith Miller (USA) Talgo America
29 Christine Thorburn (USA) Palo Alto Bicycles
30 Erin Kassoy (USA) Palo Alto Bicycles Wome
31 Katie Safford (USA) PAA / Javelin Team
32 Erinne Willock (Can) Verizon Wireless
33 Joy Shaffer (USA) LGBRC/Content Lab
34 Emily Kachobek (USA) Harbour Lights
35 Nicole DeMars (Can) Bianchi USA
36 Jennifer Eyerman (USA) Bianchi
37 Amy Babcock (USA) Santa Cruz Spokesman
38 Gabriela Gonzalez (Mex) Deferra Amoroso's/HH Racing
39 Joan Wilson (USA) Talgo America
40 Melanie Claude (Ber) Bermuda National Squad
41 Jessica Phillips (USA) Amoroso's/HH Racing
42 Giselle Trahan (Can) Genesis Scuba
43 Ann Miller (USA) Marie Verizon Wireless
44 Hiroko Shimido (Jpn) Verizon Wireless
45 Lisa Hunt (USA) The Olympic Club
46 Anne Samplonius (Can) Talgo America
47 Leah Goldstein (Can) Bianchi USA

48 Daphne Perry (USA) Mercy
49 Lisa Magness (USA) ICO/Ionic bicycles
50 Sarah Konrad (USA) Mercy
51 Desira Utzig (USA) PAA / Javelin Team all s.t.
52 Jennifer Stevens (USA) PAA / Javelin Team 13:54
53 Lauren Franges (USA) Amoroso's/HH Racing s.t.
54 Patty Davis (USA) LGBRC/Content Lab 14:46
55 Kirstin Fisher (USA) ICO/Ionic bicycles s.t.
56 Tania Duff-Miller (Cnz) Freddie Fu 15:23
57 Taitt Sato (USA) LGBRC/Content Lab s.t.


GP de la Foire Internationale de Rennes - France

1 Hayden Roulston Bressuire AC 3:44:48
2 Mickael Buffaz VC Lyon-Vaulx-en-Velin
3 Samuel Le Gallais VC Dinan
4 Tomasz Kaszuba US Montauban 82
5 Yann Pivois UC Chateauroux all s.t.

43 François Parisien VC Pontivy at 0:14
62 Murray Carter VC Pontivy s.t.
77 Cory Lange ACBB 0:26


François Parisien termine dans le peloton

27 mars 2002 (Sportcom) - Le cycliste François Parisien a bien paru, mercredi, terminant dans le peloton du Grand prix cycliste de la Foire internationale de Rennes, en France. L'épreuve, une course sur route de 170 km, a été remportée par le Néo-zélandais Hayden Roulston.

" J'ai terminé parmi les 40 premiers ", a mentionné Parisien. " C'est difficile de savoir précisément notre position d'arrivée, car celle-ci était si étroite que nous nous embarquions presque les uns sur les autres. Il y a au moins 15 coureurs qui ont chuté dans les dernières centaines de mètres ", a souligné le porte-couleur de l'équipe de Pontivy.

" Je suis content de ma performance, étant donné la qualité des coureurs présents. La course s'est déroulée très rapidement, il n'y avait pas de relâchement possible. J'ai pu me maintenir parmi les 30 premiers tout au long de la course, mais le peloton ne s'est jamais défait ", a-t-il ajouté.

Il s'agissait d'une course de Championnat de France en catégorie Élite-2, regroupant plusieurs des meilleurs espoirs du cyclisme masculin. " C'est un peu le bassin de recrutement des grandes équipes professionnels ", a conclu le médaillé d'or du contre-la-montre individuel des derniers Jeux du Canada, qui poursuit sa préparation en Europe.


Canadian Builds Velodromes

Peter Junek dropped us a line from Korea, where he is working with the sports federation to build velodromes for both the national cycling program and professional keirin racing.

"The 250 x 7.5 and 333 x 12 meters tracks (afzelia surface) I am building are for National Training Center in Korea. Koreans are developing a professional track racing system similar to the Japanese keirin system. This facility will be mostly a keirin school and also for national cycling team. The facility includes dormitories, offices, auditorium, gym, cafeteria and 3 km road course."

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Ride to Survive

Hi folks,

Marc from Sportable with an update of Bommer's ride around the world. The official campaign is Ride To Survive and our web site is www.ridetosurvive.org

Boomer left Tokyo last week after spending several days relaxing from his trip accross Finalnd on XC skis. He has embarked on his 30,000 km trip around the world to raise funds for Cancer research and Cancer survivors.

A day to day update of his trip can be found on the website. Our greatest goal is to get survivors to ride with him and create an awareness with the hopes of one day building a support network for Cancer survivors. It is my hope you see this as news worthy and keep the updates on your site.

Regards,

Marc A. LaFontaine
Executive Director
Ride To Survive

 


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