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May 26/02 7:56 am - Bastion Square Festival: Report & Results


Posted by Editoress on 05/26/02
 

Times Colonist Bastion Square Cycling Festival
Courtesy Joanna Fox

Victoria's Sandy Espeseth double winner at Times Colonist Bastion Square Cycling Festival

Victoria (May 26, 2002) – Victoria's Sandy Espeseth (Speed Queens) and Mike Korb (Russ Hayes Bicycles) took the 100.3 the Q Bastion Square Cycling Grant Prix titles today, capping a weekend of cycling in Victoria.

Espeseth won the 100.3 the Q Bastion Square Cycling Grand Prix today in much the same style as yesterday's win at the HSBC Mt. Tolmie Road Race - she took off on her own with a few laps to go and cruised across the finish line to victory. Korb sprinted from the pack going into the last corner to take the race.

Victoria's Lisa Sweeney (Speed Queens) and Melanie McQuaid (Fisher/Saucony/Powerbar) were second and third respectively and in the men's race Victoria's Luca Segato (Partone International) and first-year senior Cameron Evans (Broadmark Capital C) of Delta came in behind Korb.

Espeseth and Segato won the "Top Victorian" awards for their cumulative points over the two days of racing.

In the HSBC Mt. Tolmie Race, Victoria's Geoff Kabush (Kona Factory Team) took the title with Matt Usborne (Partone Internatonal) and Cory Lange (PacificSport) behind him in the sprint. Manon Jutras (Rona) and Sara Neil (Trek/VW) came in behind Espeseth.

Other Bastion Square Cycling Grand Prix Top 3 results:

Cat 3/Master A & Junior Men:
1 - Ryan McNamara (Junior. Victoria/PVL Foret Bicycle Club),
2 - Quinn Anderson (Senior - Vancouver),
3. Bob Cameron (Master. victoria/Spin Doctors)

Cat 4/Master, B,C,D & Cadet Men:
1. Martin Willock (Master. Victoria/Victoria Wheelers),
2. Murray Drew (Master. Victoria/Victoria Wheelers)
3. Seteven Liesch (Senior - Vancouver)


Cat 5 & Unlicensed Men:
1. Neil Perry (Master - Victoria),
2. Mark Mann (Master - Victoria),
3. Howard Joe (Master. Victoria/Spin Doctors)

Cat 4 Women:
1. Emily Sandwith (Junior. Victoria),
2. Brandi Heisterman (Senior - Victoria),
3. Laura Johnson (Senior. Vancouver/Escape Velocity-Devo)


Other Mt. Tolmie Top 3 results:

Cat 3, 4, Master, Junior & Cadet Men:
1. Marsh Cooper (Junior. Aldergrove/EscapeVelocity-Devo),
2 - Wayne Schaub (Senior. Langley/Escape Velocity-Devo)
3. Steve Bachop (Master. Victoria/Schwalbe-Epic)

Cat 4, Master, Junior & Cadet Women:
1. Alison Testroete (Senior. Abbotsford/Lactic Acid Racing),
2. Emily Sandwith (Junior - Victoria),
3. Laura Johnson (Senior. Vancouver/Escape Velocity/Devo)


The ING Western Union Tour de Garden city had 180 riders participate in the various distances while at the Saturday Night Saunder Subaru TrackFest the results were as follows:

Miss and Out
1. Enrico Traini
2. Murray Solem
3. Jeremy Storie

Points Race
1. Murray Solem
2. Enrico Traini
3. Scott LaLiberte

Scratch Race
1. Enrico Traini
2. Murray Solem
3. Cameron Evans

Keirin
1. Tyler Hansen
2. Keith Bruneau
3. Murray Solem

Olympic Sprint
1. Tyler Hansen, Keith Bruneau, Jeremy Storie
2. Murray Solem, Enrico Traini, Ian Condron
3. Andre Steinhausen, Kim Webb, Ryan McNamara

Full results will be posted when avaialable



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