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July 7/98 10:41 am - More Giro Results, B.C. Track Results, Ontario Results


Posted by Editor on 07/7/98
 

More Giro Femminile Results

We just received an e-mail from Wayne Langton with more Canadian results from the women‚s Giro.

Stage One
Linda Jackson, 28th
Lisa Robinson, 87th
Kim Langton, 92nd

Stage Two
Linda Jackson, 67th
Kim Langton, 73rd
Lisa Robinson, 86th

Stage Three
Linda Jackson, 15th
Kim Langton, 64th
Lisa Robinson, 85th


1998 BC Open Track Championships - Juan de Fuca Velodrome
July 4th and 5th
 
Kilo -
 
Senior Men
1 Murray Solem  1:12:168
2 Tyler Hansen  1:12:384
3 Iain Barnes  1:12:489 

Junior Men 
1 Nick Rowe  1:18:187
2 Angus Errington 1:18:355
3 Peter Odergaard 1:18:519 

500m - 
 
Women
1 Mandy Poitras  39.700
2 Penny Durrant  41.660
3  Kerry Underwood 41.828 
 
 
Individual Pursuit -
 
Senior Men
1 Alistair Howard 4:59:249
2 Stephen Colbourne 5:00:910
3 Mark Ernsting
4 Paul Henderson Caught
5 Robert Cameron 5:06:705
6 Scott Laliberte 5:09:632 
 
Women
1 Mandy Poitras  4:00:828
2 Kerry Underwood 4:13:765
3 Anita Thyer 
 
Junior Men
1 Nick Rowe  3:55:783
2 Angus Errington 4:02:410
3 Peter Odergaard 4:10:460 
 

Team Pursuit 
1 Edgar + Miner -     Mark Ernsting              4:44:46
                             Robert Cameron
                             Sam Whittingham
                             Alistair Howard 
 
2 Escape 1 -           Paul Henderson            4:45:28
                            Stephen Colbourne
                            Jeremy Storie
                            Rodney Henderson 
 
3 Carleton -             Murray Solem              5:02:88
                            Jay Murray
                            Scott Laliberte
                            Tyler Senchuk 
 

Sprints - 
 
Senior Men
1 Tyler Hansen
2 Sam Whittingham
3 Keith Bruneau
4 Murray Solem
5 Iain Barnes
6 Charles Durrant 
 
Women
1 Kerry Underwood
2 Penny Durrant 
 
Junior Men
1 Nick Rowe
2 Peter Odergaard
3  Graham Flater 
 

Madison - 
1 Paul Henderson                29
Jeremy Storie 
2 Robert Camerson              27
Mark Ernsting 
3 Tony Zarsadias                 10
Rodney Henderson 
 
 
Olympic Sprint -
1 Blackcat
   Iain Barnes                                  1:08:71
   Keith Bruneau 
   Charles Durrant 
2   Murray Solem                              1:12:62
   Matthew Murnaghan
   Jeff Werner 
3 Blackcat B
   Sam Whittingham                         1:12:97
   Tyler Hansen
   Dale Marat 
 
Points Race -

Senior Men 
1 Paul Henderson 31
2 Scott Laliberte 30
3 Mike Korb  25
4 Robert Cameron 15
5 Mark Ernsting  10 


U.S. National Road Rankings Update (courtesy USA Cycling)

Women - Individual

1. DEDE DEMET, SATURN, Boulder, Colo. 662 points
2. Linda Jackson, Saeco-Timex, Nepean, Ont., Canada 453
3. Karen Kurreck, Saturn, Cupertino, Calif. 442
4. Elizabeth Emery, Saturn, New York, N.Y. 401
5. Pam Schuster, Saeco-Timex, Northridge, Calif. 375

13. Clara Hughes, Saturn, Hamilton, Ont., Canada 273
16. Leigh Hobson, Canadian National, Kitchener, Ont., Canada 250
23. Giana Roberge, Saeco-Timex, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 131
24. Alison Sydor, Volvo-Cannondale, N.Vancouver, B.C., Canada 130


Men - Individual

1. GEORGE HINCAPIE, U.S. POSTAL SERVICE, Charlotte, N.C. 526 points
2. Julian Dean, Mercury, Hamilton, New Zealand 479
3. Frank McCormack, Saturn, Leicester, Mass. 423
4. Trent Klasna, Navigators, Pine Valley, Calif. 396
5. Gord Fraser, Mercury, Ottawa, Ont., Canada 357

12. Brian Walton, Saturn, N. Delta, B.C., Canada 184
14. Mat Anand, Mercury, Calgary, Alb., Canada 179
25. Eric Wohlberg, Shaklee, Burlington, Ont., Canada 136


(Note: The men‚s standings do not reflect results from the Tour of Ohio.)


RAIN DON'T STOP PLAY! (courtesy Peter McCaffery)

This Monday's Mississauga Midweek Club Novice Criterium was well-attended despite the steady rain. The format was the same as last week, with three experienced riders each leading a team of novices. Ben Ayson and Chris Atkins (Mississauga B.C.) and Independent Brian Turner, who is a graduate of the novice series, lead rival groups. The object was to keep as many of the group together as possible.

For the first five laps everyone stayed together and there were some good examples of echelon riding, with everyone exercising caution in the slick conditions.

By lap six, a lead group of five had established a twenty second lead and held onto it for the next four laps. By lap eleven, the majority of the competitors were back together, including minime, Ryan De Boer, who had been paced back to the chasing group by Brian Turner.

In the closing laps, another break formed and quickly took over a minute out of the chase pack, which managed to stay intact.

At the line, it was Bill Konstntinou, last wek's winner, who easily out-sprinted Chris Atkins and veteran Drew Harvie to take the flag. Mississauga's General Leung was fourth, followed in by newcomer, Peter Sherr.

Midweek Club RESULTS SHEET
NOVICE EVENT
DATE: July 6th. 1998
DISTANCE: 33 KM CRITERIUM
WEATHER: raining, calm, 24 C
Average speed : 36.7 kph

NAME

CLUB

CAT

TIME

PTS

Bill Konstantinou

Ind.

3

54-02

12

Chris Atkins

Mississauga B.C.

3

s.t.

Drew Harvie

Mississauga B.C.

VC

s.t.

11

Amit Ghosh

Independent

3

s.t.

10

General Leung

Mississauga B.C.

3

s.t.

9

Peter Sherr

Independent

3

s.t.

8

Ben Ayson

Mississauga B.C.

2

55-18

Joannie Verschuuren

Mississauga B.C.

W

s.t.

7

Ryan De Boer

Mississauga B.C.

MIN

s.t.

6

Bryan Turner

Mississuaga B.C.,

3

55-24

Steve De Boer

Independent

3

At 1 lap

5

Camelback guy

Independent

VA

4

Father-in-law

Independent

VC

2

Robin Din

Bike Depot

3

2



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