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August 8/98 6:13 am - Mercury Tour Stage 3 results


Posted by Editor on 08/8/98
 

Mercury Tour Stage 3

Men

1. Jerome Chiotti (FRA) GT 2:02:25
2. Carl Swenson (USA) Catera at 1:36
3. Tinker Juarez (USA) Volvo ?Cannondale 2:15
4. Travis Brown (USA) Trek/Volkwagon 3:21
5. Roland Green (CAN) Mapei-Kona 4:07
6. Pavel Tcherkassov (RUS) DBR at 4:33
7. Neil Grover (CAN) Rocky Mountain 4:51
8. Chris Sheppard (CAN) Catera-Pure Energy 5:06
11. Seamus McGrath (CAN) Haro 5:53
44. Jason Crookham (CAN) Canadian National Team 18:37
45. Mathieu Toulouse (CAN) Canadian National Team 19:11
57. Peter Wedge (CAN) Mapei-Kona 35:23
61. Andreas Hestler (CAN) Volvo-Cannondale 36:57


GC

1. Chiotti 5:29:36
2. Tcherkassov 5:52
3. Juarez 7:40
4. Matt Wallace (AUS) Australian National Team at 7:43
5. Grover 10:38
8. Green 11:20
10. Sheppard 14:36
13. McGrath 16:11
44. Toulouse 47:41
46. Wedge 51:09
47. Hestler 51:35
48. Crookham 56:06
26. Wedge 15:38


Women

1. Alison Sydor (CAN) Volvo/Cannondale 1:32:27

2. Alison Dunlap (USA) GT at 00:23
3. Alla Epifanova Volvo/Cannondale 00:27
4. Jimena Florit-Juarez Headshok 00:29
5. Ruthie Matthes (USA) Powerbar 2:45
6. Chrissy Redden (CAN) Ritchey 3:52
10. Lesley Tomlinson (CAN) Polo Sport 5:47
14. Melanie McQuaid (CAN) Rocky Mountain 7:28
15. Melanie Dorion (CAN) Canadian National Team 8:02


GC

1. Sydor 5:41:22

2. Florit-Juarez at 4:33
3. Dunlap 4:48
4. Mathies 5:48
5. Epifanova 5:55
6. Tomlinson 16:36
9. Redden 19:49
15. Dorian 29:56
20. McQuaid 42:52
Our Mercury Tour reporter, Hank Sydor says, that the mens race was „Chiotti‚s‰ race from start to finish. He was smooth, and fresh through the entire race with enough energy to entertain the crowd with a wheelie across the finish line. Juarez and Swenson battled for second, but in the end it was Swenson who had the staying power.

The women were soooo close. Alison Sydor held the lead for the entire race. Epifanova and Alison Dunlap kept her in sight, but just couldn‚t close the gap. Jimena Florit-Juarez rode a great race in the last lap to move into 4th for the stage and 2nd in GC.

The race cicuit for the past few weeks is becomming a Global village. The Aussies have been training at Breckenridge for 4 weeks now, and there are more and more international riders showing up at US races. This can be attributed to the fact that the World Cup final in Bromont Quebec is just 3 weeks away, and the World in Mt. Ste. Anne are in just 6 weeks. And lets not forget there is lots of other racing going on in the meantime.

QOM

1. Alison Sydor 52 pts

2. Alison Dunlap 48
3. Jimena Florit-Juarez 26
4. Ruthie Mathies 26

KOM

1. Jerome Chiotti 50pts
2. Tinker Juarez 30
3. Pavel Tcherkassov 28
4.Roland Green 18

 


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