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May 8/98 10:10 am - B.C. Results, Ontario Results, U.S. Standings


Posted by Editor on 05/8/98
 

UBC (Vancouver) Time Trial Results (courtesy Rodney Hsu)

May, 7th, 1998 Results Distance: 17km

Min Van Velzen (Tandom) Trek/Volkswagen 20:55 (48.76km/hr)
Gerry Noble Bike Barn 21:50
Graeme Wilson 22:09
Mike Koski 22:16
Chester Lam Campione 22:39
Brent Kirk-Patrick Soliton 22:41
Greg Lewis 22:52
Ken Bognar UBC Racing 22:57
Masa Higuchi UBC Racing 23:44
Marnie/Kirsten (Team) Atomic Racing 24:11
Gwynne Ramsay 24:33
Brendan Walashek UBC Racing 24:39
Geoff Rice Trek/Volkswagen 24:42
Peter Weisinger UBC Racing 24:44
Barb Belcher Soliton 24:58
Katherine Warrendorf Soliton 27:13
Stan Lim 27:25


Mississauga Midweek Club EVENT #4 (courtesy Peter McCaffery)

43 KM AUSTRALIAN PURSUIT - MAY 6th

WEATHER: Sunny, 20 C

Pos.No.NAMECLUBCATTIMEPTS
183

Peter Mazur

D Ornellas

CAD59 min 10 sec12
1 sec90

Gerard Yeates

GT Canada

1At 1 second11
3236

Craig Deveer

Mississauga

1s.t.10
440

Greg Cavanagh

Woodstock

1s.t.9
5237

Al Worozeyet

Ital Pasta

2s.t.8
6231

Sean Kelly

Independent

JUNs.t.7


63 starters, 58 finishers

These were the only finishers in the top 10 who could be positively identified. There were 48 in the bunch sprint.

As a result of a number of riders, especially 3s and vets, riding dangerously and not staying within the designated course markers, the remaining events in the series will be held on the safe 2.2km circuit. Next Wednesday's event will be a scratch criterium with lapped riders pulled. We suggest that riders who are not likely to stay with the main field consider riding the Monday race on the same circuit.

Thanks to Jeff Archbold for helping with cone pick-up, Lorne Thompson and Michael Moore for marshalling and to Kit McCaffery for administering first aid to Jet Fuel's Maureen Naskar who hit a wheel and fell on her shoulder with one lap to go. Thanks also to those riders who gave helpful suggestions re: modifying the format.


U.S. National Series Standings (courtesy USA Cycling)

Women

1. Clara Hughes, Saturn, Hamilton, Ont., Canada 273 points
2. Nicole Freedman, Shaklee, Palo Alto, Calif. 245
3. Linda Jackson, Saeco-Timex, Napean, Ont., Canada 198
4. Karen Kurreck, Saturn, Cupertino, Calif. 181
5. Susy Pryde, Saeco-Timex, Auckland, New Zealand 177

11. Leigh Hobson, Shaklee, Kitchener, Ont., Canada 117
18. Alison Sydor, Volvo-Cannondale, N.Vancouver, B.C., Canada 90


Men

1. Julian Dean, Mercury, Hamilton, New Zealand 474 points
2. Gord Fraser, Mercury, Ottawa, Ont., Canada 352
3. Kirk Willett, Mercury, Pullman, Wash. 271
4. Trent Klasna, Navigators, Pine Valley, Calif. 222
5. Jonathan Vaughters, U.S. Postal Service, Englewood, Colo. 183

10. Eric Wohlberg, Shaklee, Burlington, Ont., Canada 131
22. Brian Walton, Saturn, N. Delta, B.C., Canada 75



Correction

We have just been informed that it was Leah Goldstein who raced the Columbia Plateau event, not Leigh Hobson. Sorry for the mistake.


Ontario Team Selection

The Provincial Teams for the Women‚s World Cup and Men‚s GP de Beauce will be selected and announced at the Mothers‚ Day Classic race (May 10th).

 


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