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November 24/02 7:40 am - World Cup & Ontario 'Cross, OBC & PacificSport Awards


Posted by Editor on 11/24/02
 

'Cross World Cup #1 - Frankfurt, Germany

Official results.

Men - 27.3 km
1 Bart Wellens (Bel) 1:02:07
2 Mario De Clercq (Bel) at 0:13
3 Sven Nys (Bel) s.t.
4 Richard Groenendaal (Ned) 0:17
5 Erwin Vervecken (Bel) 0:54
6 Jiri Pospisil (Cze) 1:01
7 Tom Vannoppen (Bel) 1:02
8 Vaclav Jezek (Cze) 1:24
9 Sven Vanthourenhout (Bel) 1:29
10 Gerben de Knegt (Ned) 1:30
11 Dominique Arnould (Fra) 1:40
12 Petr Dlask (Cze) 1:52
13 Tadeus Korzenieki (Pol) 1:53
14 Daniele Pontoni (Ita) 1:55
15 Christian Heule (Sui) 1:56


Ontario Provincial 'Cross Championships
Courtesy Peter McCaffery

The going was very heavy, as it had rained or snowed for most of the week. In the Masters 40+ , Dave Dermont (True North) showed his superiority by leading from start to finish. Riding with the seniors for the rest of the series had probably given him the edge. In the women's race, Emily Batty (Bay Cycle Racing Team) diced it out for most of the event with Barb Brzezecki but pulled ahead in the final lap to win comfortably. The junior/cadet race also proved to be a comfortable win for national champion Martin Lazarski (Gears). In the master A event, Chain Reaction's John Kalinowski went away at the start and ended up lapping all except 2nd and 3rd. The anticipated battle among the top elite riders started off with Peter Morse (Midweek C.C.) getting a narrow lead in the first few meters and leading Greg Reain (Gears) and Aaron Fillion (OBC) into the third lap. But then Fillion's sheer strength allowed the Ottawa rider to steadily pull away from Reain and Morse, gaining 10 seconds a lap on Reain and a further 5 seconds per lap on Morse, who looked really tired. And that's the way they finished, with Morse pulling back some time on Reain. David Coughlin (Independent) won the espoir category, being the only under 23 rider to finish on the same lap as the top elite riders.

MASTER B/C/D
1DAVID DERMONTTRUE NORTHB40:26
2ROB CHESKEYHAMILTON CCB43:34
3GLEN LAYCOCKINDEPENDENTB44:06
4GORDON CLARKENEWMARKET EAGLESC46:37
5RANDY BROWNHAMILTON CCC46:43
6GORDON AVANNNEWMARKET EAGLESB48:47
7RON SPENCERINDEPENDENTB48:55
8ELMORE BRENTONNEWMARKET EAGLESC49:16
9JOHN CRUMLISHINDEPENDENTB49:36
10MARTIN KOHNINDEPENDENTB50:37
11LAWRENCE POLLOCKINDEPENDENTB-1 lap
12JAN KOCEMBAINDEPENDENTC-1 lap
13PETER HEINNEWMARKET EAGLESC-1 lap
14DON PERRYNEWMARKET EAGLESB-1 lap
15RONALD NEARINDEPENDENTD-1 lap
16FRANK MORROWHAMILTON CCC -1 lap
17HAROLD OSBOURNEHAMILTON CCD-1 lap
18GARY CHOPPICKWOODSTOCK CCC-1 lap
DNSJAMES ADAMSOAKVILLE CCC
WOMEN
1EMILY BATTYBAY CYCLEJR43:48
2BARB BRZEZECKIINDEPENDENTSR44:32
3ANNA TRATNYEKFESTIVAL CITY CCJR46:15
4DAWN HAMELINDEPENDENTM51:07
5PATRICIA CROSSCOMBEINDEPENDENTM54:43
6LESLEY HONSBERGERST. CATHARINES CCSR55:48
JUNIOR
1MARTIN LAZARSKIGEARSJR40:14
5PAUL BROWNGEARSJR46:26
CADET
2MARK BATTYBAY CYCLECAD44:11
3ANDREW WILSONNORTHERN CYCLECAD44:40
4BRAD EADESINDEPENDENTCAD44:46
6JUSTIN BROWNINDEPENDENTCAD47:50
7CORY HANCOCKBAY CYCLECAD48:05
8JEFF EADESINDEPENDENTCAD-1 lap
9JORDON MANDIGOBETACAD-1 lap
MASTER A
1JOHN KALINOWSKICHAIN REACTIONA1:03:42
2RODNEY MERCHANTDUKESA1:09:37
3IAN STARKEINDEPENDENTA1:10:00
4DANIEL SALTERD'ORNELLAS RACINGA-1 lap
5PAUL GREENCHAIN REACTIONA-1 lap
6JOHN POLANDG.V. CCA-1 lap
7MIKE VAN TILSILVER SPOKESA-1 lap
8NIGEL MOO CHOYINDEPENDENTA-1 lap
9KIERAN ANDREWSPETERBOROUGHA-1 lap
10JONATHON MORENOINDEPENDENTA-1 lap
11CHRISTOPHER REDDENTRUE NORTHA-1 lap
DNFSCOTT DOELSKIIS & BIKESA
SENIOR MEN
1AARON FILLONOTTAWA CCEL1:00:53
2GREG REAINGEARS RACINGEL1:02:00
3PETER MORSEMIDWEEKS CCEL1:02:15
4DAVID COUGHLININDEPENDENTES1:04:24
5NATHAN CHOWNST. CATHARINES CCEL1:04:36
6JON BARNESTEAM HARDWOODEL1:06:45
7ALEXEY IVANOVOTTAWA CCES-1 lap
8ERIC BATTYBAY CYCLEES-1 lap
9DANEIL RAFIQUEINDEPENDENTEL-1 lap
10WARREN TILBROOKGEARS RACINGES-1 lap
11KURT SCHREITERINDEPENDENTEL-2 lap
12MIKE McMAHONMCBRIDE FIT FIXEL-3 lap
DNFJAMIE SPRULESPETERBOROUGH RCEL



OBC Awards

At the Ottawa Bicycle Club's Annual Awards Banquet on Friday November 22nd, the Lea Gault Trophy for 2002 Rider of the Year was awarded jointly to Aaron Fillion and Mike Lau.

Aaron Fillion's 2002 record included first place overall in Ontario Cup Road Series. Also this year, Mike Lau became only the second Canadian to complete the Race Across America (RAAM). He finsihed the 5,000km race in 9th place in a starting field of 20.

More on OBC awards at: www.ottawabicycleclub.ca/awards.shtml

Avery Burdett
President


PacificSport National Cycling Centre Gala

Victoria - Nov. 23, 2002 - In a year when Canadian cyclists were heralded as the champions of the road, velodrome and mountain bike tracks, winning 15 medals at World Championships, Commonwealth Games and Pan American Championships, nine of those amazing performances were from PacificSport National Cycling Centre athletes, many of whom were honoured at the 2002 PacificSport National Cycling Centre Awards Gala Saturday night (November 23rd) in Victoria.

Local hero Roland Green won the Overall Elite Male award after a season where he defended his World Championship title and helped put Canada's Relay Team on the gold medal podium at the World Mountain Bike Championships, a team that also featured PacificSport teammates Ryder Hesjedal (Victoria) , Alison Sydor (Victoria) and Max Plaxton (Tofino, BC)

Hesjedal was also a repeat winner, taking the Overall U23 Award for his bronze medal at the World Championships in Espoir, his first World Cup win and Overall World Cup Espoir title. The Overall Elite women's award went to Alison Sydor who continues to perform in the World's top five internationally and proved her mettle on the gold-medal Relay Team.

Other award winners were:
Overall Junior - Ryan McNamara (Victoria)
Most Promising Male - Ian Condron (Victoria)
Most Promising Female - Kiara Bisaro (Courtenay, BC)
Fair Play Male - Tony Zarsadias (Victoria)
Fair Play Female - Trish Sinclair (Victoria)
Ambassador to PacificSport - Erin Carter (Victoria)
Corporate Awards - Saunders Subaru, CFAX/B107.3

 


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