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January 30/04 8:53 am - 2004 Calendar Update, Trust House Tour Stage 4 Results


Posted by Editor on 01/30/04
 

2004 National Calendar Update

We have posted in our Calendars section an updated version of the Canadian national calendar. The major changes from our earlier version are:

  • G.P. Laurentides is cancelled.
  • Gears Racing.com Hardwood Hills Canada Cup will take place on June 6 (rather than June 5-6), and will have a UCI E2 sanction (rather than the previously announced E1).
  • Road Nationals are confirmed for Kamloops, BC.
  • Track Nationals are still not confirmed, although we are told a resolution will come very shortly.
  • North American Masters Road Championships in Sutton, QC may drop off the national calendar.
  • Mont Ste Anne is confirmed is the site of the Mountain Bike Nationals, with World Cup organizer Gestev as the presenter.
  • GP Feminin Internationale du Canada moves up to early August from September.
  • Classique Montreal - Quebec Louis Garneau will drop its UCI sanction.
  • 'Cross Nationals will be in Dieppe, New Brunswick.



Trust House Tour - New Zealand
Courtesy Cycling New Zealand

Kieran Turner, editor of Cycling New Zealand's website has provided the following story.

It could well be national Canada week at the Trust House Tour. Yesterday they took both stages and today it seemed like groundhog day. Except it wasn't Puxatawny Phil but Eric Wohlberg who everyone was looking to. The race began explosively and within the first 3km a major break had gone. It included three of the Trust House Canada team -Wohlberg, Charles Dionne and Cory Lange, yellow jersey Heath Blackgrove (Samsung NZ), Gordon McCauley (Serio Cafe), Robin Reid (TNL Freighting), Hilton Clark and Joseph Chapman(VIC Cycles), KOM leader Karl Menzies (MGZT) and Jaaron Poad (Team Subway). The hammer went down and before the main field could react the break was quickly out to one minute. The only team with a GC rider not to make the break was Works Infrastructure, although the composition of the break was ideal for several of the other teams, most notably Team Subway.

After 50km the lead had grown to over 5 minutes and with only Works Infrastructure working on the front looked like it would continue to grow. Meanwhile in the break an isolated Heath Blackgrove was fending off the attacks from the Canadians, who were keen to press home there advantage. He eventually succumbed and returned to the bunch where his team began the chase. By this time the gap had grown to over 7 minutes. The pace split the bunch apart but no sooner had the chase began than the steam ran out of it and the main field regrouped.

The chasing resumed with Samsung NZ and Hot Cycles driving the bunch along. However, with 40km to go the steam ran out of the chase and the break continued to extend their lead. Over the last 20km, assured of staying away the riders in the break started to think about the stage. The Canadians's had the numerical advantage and began to use it. However, they couldn't get clear and it was Robin Reid who attacked with 8km to go. He opened up a gap on the group and went for it, holding on to take the stage just seconds ahead of the closing break headed home by Karl Menzies and Eric Wolhberg.

Wohlberg now has 30 seconds over the next two riders on GC, Hilton Clark and his team mate Charles Dionne. There are now 8 riders within a minute of the lead with the rest out of contention 11 minutes 30 seconds or more behind. The main kiwi threats left to the Canadians will be in the form of Robin Reid and Gordon McCauley. The tour will come down to tomorrows, testing hilly stage and Sunday morning's time trial. It will be a battle to see if the Candian team can fend of the challenge from the antipodeans.


Stage 4 - Masterton Circuit 160km

1 Robin Reid (NZL) TNL Freighting 4:10:44
2 Karl Menzies (Aus) Team MGZT at 0:01
3 Eric Wholberg (Can) Trust House - Canada 0:04
4 Gordon McCauley (NZL) Team Serio Cafe 0:07
5 Charles Dionne (Can) Trust House - Canada
6 Hilton Clark (Aus) VIC Cycles
7 Jaaron Poad (NZL) Subway all s.t.
8 Corey Lange (Can) Trust House - Canada 0:18
9 Matthew Yates (NZL) Subway 11:36
9 Greg Gordon (Aus) Works Infrastructure Team
9 Jonathan Clarke (Aus) VIC Cycles
9 Dominique Perras (Can) Trust House - Canada
9 Peter Wedge (Can) Trust House - Canada

9 Imanishi Hisafuni (Jpn) Japan Shimano
9 Suzuki Shinri (Jpn) Japan Shimano
9 Nodera Hidenori (Jpn) Japan Shimano
9 Ouchi Kaoru (Jpn) Japan Shimano
9 Jeremy Yates (NZL) Subway
9 Yamamoto Masamichi (Jpn) Japan Shimano
9 Pim Keetmam (Ned) BRC Kennermerland
9 Ivor Bruin (Ned) BRC Kennermerland
9 Rudi Vriend (Ned) BRC Kennermerland
9 Francis De Jager (Ned) BRC Kennermerland
9 Jeremy Vennell (NZL) BRC Kennermerland
9 Marc Ryan (NZL) Samsung New Zealand ST
9 Tim Gudsell (NZL) Samsung New Zealand
9 Heath Blackgrove (NZL) Samsung New Zealand ST
9 Peter Latham (NZL) Samsung New Zealand ST
9 Matt Randall (NZL) Samsung New Zealand ST
9 Craig Pitt (NZL) Hot Cycles
9 Paul Bishop (NZL) Hot Cycles
9 Adam Gosney (NZL) Hot Cycles
9 Stephen Elden (NZL) Hot Cycles
9 Chris Carson (NZL) Cafe L'Affre
9 Hayden Godfrey (NZL) Cafe L'Affre
9 Andrew Small (NZL) Cafe L'Affre
9 Walker Starr (NZL) Cafe L'Affre
9 Paul Sumich (NZL) IBike Team
9 Blair Taylor (NZL) IBike Team
9 Jon Bridges (NZL) IBike Team
9 William Thompson (NZL) Handy Rentals
9 Luke McCarthy (NZL) Handy Rentals
9 David Berkeley (NZL) Handy Rentals
9 Ben Copsey (NZL) Meridian Energy
9 Adam Curry (NZL) Avery Ford
9 Saul Gudsell (NZL) Avery Ford
9 Scott Lyttle (NZL) Solway Park Team
9 Paul Galbraith (NZL) Solway Park Team
9 Jorge Libonatti (Uru) Works Infrastructure Team
9 Matt Harvey (NZL) Solway Park Team
9 Andrew Hawley (NZL) Team Serio Cafe
9 Graeme Stone (NZL) Team Serio Cafe
9 Stephen Collins (NZL) Team Serio Cafe
9 Darren Gordon (NZL) Penny Cycles Team
9 Stephen Bale (NZL) Penny Cycles Team
9 Stephen Blair (NZL) Penny Cycles Team
9 Daniel Newham (Aus) Works Infrastructure Team
9 Joel Pearson (Aus) Team MGZT
9 Paul Richards (Aus) Team MGZT
9 Will Walker (Aus) Team MGZT
9 Casey Munro (Aus) Team MGZT
9 Teunis Schoneveld (NZL) Mizone
9 Troy Klink (NZL) Mizone
9 Ryan Hoogenberg (NZL) Mizone
9 Graham Rutter (Aus) Works Infrastructure Team
9 Roger Gray (NZL) Mizone
9 Tim Wilson (Aus) TNL Freighting
9 Scott Allen (NZL) TNL Freighting
9 Lester Settle (NZL) TNL Freighting
9 Mike Willacy (NZL) TNL Freighting
9 Marc Mackay (NZL) VIC Cycles
9 Anthony Chapman (NZL) VIC Cycles
9 Joseph Chapman (NZL) VIC Cycles all s.t.
74 Jianni Koutsos (NZL) IBike Team 15:45
75 Steve O'Connor (NZL) Meridian Energy 28:28
75 Jeff Lyall (NZL) Penny Cycles Team
75 Sam Horn (NZL) Mizone both s.t.
78 Joseph Cooper (NZL) Penny Cycles Team 31:36

GC

1 Eric Wholberg (Can) Trust House - Canada 7:37:25
2 Hilton Clark (Aus) VIC Cycles at 0:30
3 Charles Dionne (Can) Trust House - Canada 0:31
3 Karl Menzies (Aus) Team MGZT s.t.
5 Robin Reid (NZL) TNL Freighting 0:46
6 Jaaron Poad (NZL) Subway 0:52
7 Corey Lange (Can) Trust House - Canada 0:54
8 Gordon McCauley (NZL) Team Serio Cafe 1:02
9 Heath Blackgrove (NZL) Samsung New Zealand ST 11:34
10 Dominique Perras (Can) Trust House - Canada 11:42
11 Tim Gudsell (NZL) Samsung New Zealand 12:06
11 Matt Randall (NZL) Samsung New Zealand ST
13 Jorge Libonatti (Uru) Works Infrastructure Team 12:08
14 Peter Wedge (Can) Trust House - Canada 12:12
14 Joel Pearson (Aus) Team MGZT
14 Will Walker (Aus) Team MGZT both s.t.
17 Matthew Yates (NZL) Subway 12:21
17 Jeremy Yates (NZL) Subway s.t.
19 Stephen Collins (NZL) Team Serio Cafe 12:31
20 Tim Wilson (Aus) TNL Freighting 12:32
20 Scott Allen (NZL) TNL Freighting s.t.
22 Jonathan Clarke (Aus) VIC Cycles 12:33
22 Marc Mackay (NZL) VIC Cycles s.t.
24 Greg Gordon (Aus) Works Infrastructure Team 12:38
25 Rudi Vriend (Ned) BRC Kennermerland 12:39
25 Francis De Jager (Ned) BRC Kennermerland
25 Jeremy Vennell (NZL) BRC Kennermerland both s.t.
28 Stephen Bale (NZL) Penny Cycles Team 12:43
29 Ivor Bruin (Ned) BRC Kennermerland 12:47
30 Imanishi Hisafuni (Jpn) Japan Shimano 12:50
30 Suzuki Shinri (Jpn) Japan Shimano
30 Nodera Hidenori (Jpn) Japan Shimano both s.t.
33 Craig Pitt (NZL) Hot Cycles 12:54
33 Paul Bishop (NZL) Hot Cycles
33 Adam Gosney (NZL) Hot Cycles
33 Stephen Elden (NZL) Hot Cycles
33 Paul Sumich (NZL) IBike Team
33 Jon Bridges (NZL) IBike Team all s.t.
39 Hayden Godfrey (NZL) Cafe L'Affre 12:55
39 Troy Klink (NZL) Mizone
39 Ryan Hoogenberg (NZL) Mizone
39 Roger Gray (NZL) Mizone all s.t.
43 Andrew Small (NZL) Cafe L'Affre 12:59
43 Walker Starr (NZL) Cafe L'Affre
43 William Thompson (NZL) Handy Rentals
43 Luke McCarthy (NZL) Handy Rentals all s.t.
47 Pim Keetmam (Ned) BRC Kennermerland 13:00
48 Chris Carson (NZL) Cafe L'Affre 13:05
49 Adam Curry (NZL) Avery Ford 13:07
50 Scott Lyttle (NZL) Solway Park Team 13:09
51 Peter Latham (NZL) Samsung New Zealand ST 13:16
52 Daniel Newham (Aus) Works Infrastructure Team 13:18
53 Graeme Stone (NZL) Team Serio Cafe 13:20
54 Casey Munro (Aus) Team MGZT 13:46
55 Yamamoto Masamichi (Jpn) Japan Shimano 14:14
56 Ouchi Kaoru (Jpn) Japan Shimano 14:44
57 David Berkeley (NZL) Handy Rentals 14:53
58 Marc Ryan (NZL) Samsung New Zealand ST 15:00
59 Joseph Chapman (NZL) VIC Cycles 15:09
60 Anthony Chapman (NZL) VIC Cycles 15:11
61 Stephen Blair (NZL) Penny Cycles Team 15:37
62 Paul Galbraith (NZL) Solway Park Team 16:03
63 Lester Settle (NZL) TNL Freighting 16:26
64 Graham Rutter (Aus) Works Infrastructure Team 16:38
65 Matt Harvey (NZL) Solway Park Team 17:17
66 Blair Taylor (NZL) IBike Team 17:58
67 Teunis Schoneveld (NZL) Mizone 18:23
68 Darren Gordon (NZL) Penny Cycles Team 18:37
69 Saul Gudsell (NZL) Avery Ford 19:54
70 Jianni Koutsos (NZL) IBike Team 22:07
71 Mike Willacy (NZL) TNL Freighting 22:10
72 Andrew Hawley (NZL) Team Serio Cafe 22:54
73 Ben Copsey (NZL) Meridian Energy 24:02
74 Paul Richards (Aus) Team MGZT 29:00
75 Jeff Lyall (NZL) Penny Cycles Team 32:29
76 Joseph Cooper (NZL) Penny Cycles Team 32:43
77 Sam Horn (NZL) Mizone 35:05
78 Steve O'Connor (NZL) Meridian Energy 36:00

 


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