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August 20/98 9:50 am - Tour Féminin, Midweek Series


Posted by Editor on 08/20/98
 

Missing Canadian Results From Tour Féminin, Stage 9

63. Leigh Hobson (Can) Quebec Air Transat at 18:46
71. Anne Samplonius (Can) Quebec Air Transat 33:29
Heather Cole (Can) Canadian Composite DNF

GC

70. Anne Samplonius (Can) Quebec Air Transat at 4:03:20
72. Leigh Hobson (Can) Quebec Air Transat 4:14:46


MISSISSAUGA MIDWEEK SERIES

EVENT # 17 55 KM HANDICAP CRITERIUM
DATE August19th.
WEATHER: Sunny, 23 C., medium SE wind.
Speed 43.94 kph

The handicap group in tonight's race started 90 seconds ahead of the scratchers but were caught by a three man break that included Yann Blindert (Saeco). The rest of the sctratch bunch were only 8 seconds behind and, by the end of lap seven, all 70 starters were in one, big pack. Within two laps, a strong ten man break formed, including all the top nine finishers.

There were constant attempts to bridge, notably, from Brian Taborek (Allsport), and Heath Cockburn (Jet Fuel), but most of the pack were in no mood to work and the break, only half of whom seemed to be really pulling stayed about 30 seconds up.. For the latter part of the race series leader Greg Cavanagh (Woodstock) and second placed Cockburn sat near the back watching each other with Heath showing his frustration by gesturing to the spectators.

Finally, with only three laps to go, the bunch stirred into action and almost managed to haul in the break, with Cockburn managing to bridge and snatch tenth place, moving him one point closer to Cavanagh. Ahead of him Dave Fry (Hummingbirds) took the flag for a well-earned first win in the series, just edging supervet Don Zuck (Pavan). Evian Missisauga's Michael Moore claimed a surprising third place just ahead of Saeco Canada's Yann Blindert.

Honorable mention should go to Racer Sportif's mighty Minime Jose Estavez who managed to finish halfway up the main pack. Look for great things from this talented young rider.

Next week's events will both start at 7.00 p.m. prompt. Monday's novice race will still be 33 km, but the Wednesday criterium will be 5o km. Further information from Peter McC at (905) 271-8300 email peter.mac @sympatio.ca

Pos.

NAME

CLUB

CAT

TIME

PTS

1

Dave Fry

Hummingbirds

1

1-15-06

12

2

Don Zuck

Pinarello

VB

s.t.

11

3

Michael Moore

Evian Mississauga

VA

s.t.

10

4

Yann Blindert

Saeco

1

s.t.

9

5

Jeff Hansen

Neworld

1

s.t.

8

6

Steve Lessey

Jet Fuel

2

s.t.

7

7

Dave Britnell

Hummingbirds

VA

s.t.

6

8

Patrick Shea

Independent

1

s.t.

5

9

Scott Buschlen

Independent

VA

s.t.

4

10

Heath Cockburn

Jet Fuel

1

s.t.

3


70 starters 61 finishers. This event run as a handicap event with scratch group starting 90 seconds behind handicap group.

SERIES STANDINGS AS OF AUGUST 19TH. 1998
( 3 EVENTS STILL TO GO )

SURNAME

FIRST

CLUB

CAT.

SCORE

Cavanagh

Greg

Woodstock C.C.

VA

119

Shea

Patrick

Independent

1

41

Cockburn

Heath

Jet Fuel

1

107

Villano

Tom

Woodbridge Italia

1

39

Davidge

Piers

Evian Mississauga

1

82

Hansen

Matt

Jet Fuel

1

38

Arthurs

Brent

Woodbridge Italia

1

81

Krip

Bruce

Woodbridge Italia

1

37

Fry

David

Hummingbirds

1

67

Hibbert

Mark

Jet Fuel

1

36

Lessey

Steve

Evian Mississauga

2

44

Zuck

Don

Pavan

VB

36

Atkins

Chris

Independent

2

54

Yeates

Gerard

GT Canada

1

35

Hansen

Jeff

Neworldt

1

54

Jarvis

Amy

Evian Mississauga

W

34

Ybanez

Michael

Evian Mississauga

2

45

Juliano

Joe

Jet Fuel

1

33

Ayson

Ben

Evian Mississauga

2

42

Taborek

Brian

Allsport

VA

35

Buschlen

Scott

Independent

VA

42

Ciurlino

Tomas

Hummingbirds

2

33

Rigato

Domenic

Brampton C.C.

2

41

Tesolin

Jean Paul

Re-My Sport

3

32

 


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