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August 29/98 4:40 am - Stolen Bikes, Another Medal for Tanya Dubnicoff, Results from DH World Cup


Posted by Editor on 08/29/98
 

Stolen Bikes from Rocky Mountain

(message from Marshall Cant)

Our pro team trailer was broken into and many things were stolen. 4 bikes were taken and a quantity of parts. One of the bikes is a new RM9 DH bike. It is toxic green and black, has super T's, disks etc., very distinctive. There are very few of these bikes in circulation. Anyone having information or if you think you have seen the bike, please contact Marshall Cant at Rocky Mountain mcant@unixg.ubc.ca

Another medal for Tanya Dubnicoff at the Track Worlds - BORDEAUX, France

Womens 500 metre
Felicia Ballanger of France set a world record of 34.010 seconds in the final of the women's 500 metres time trial and broke her own previous record of 34.017 set in Bogota in September 1993.

Result:
1. Felicia Ballanger (France) 34.010.
2. Tanya Dubnicoff (Canada) 35.415
3. Michelle Ferris (Australia) 35.451.

Men's sprint, Finals

Florian Rousseau gave France their sixth title at the world track championships with gold in the world men's sprint by defeating Olympic champion Jens Fiedler 2-0 in their best-of-three race final.

Laurent Gané defeated Marty Nothstein for the bronze

Mountain bike World Cup Final. - ARAI, Japan

Men's dual
Final
Brian Lopes (USA) defeated Eric Carter (USA)
3rd: Scott Beaumont (Gbr) defeated Filip Polc (Svk)

Semifinals
Lopes defeated Beaumont, Carter defeated Polc

Quarterfinals
Lopes defeated John Tomac (USA), Beaumont defeated Shaun Palmer (USA), Polc defeated David Cullinan (USA), Carter defeated Andy Bueler (Swi)

Men's dual final overall standings after eight rounds
1. B. Lopes 260 pnts
2. D. Cullinan 230
3. E. Carter 150
4. Mike King (USA) 115
5. S. Beaumont 100
6. F. Polc 70
7. Will Longden (Gbr) 65
8. Shaun Palmer (USA) 60
9. Guido Tschugg (Ger) 60
10. J. Tomac 55

Women's dual
Final
Katrina Miller (Aus) defeated Miwa Sakamoto (Jpn)
3rd: Sari Jorgenson (Swi) defeated Lisa Sher (USA)

Semifinals
Miller defeated Jorgenson, Sakamoto defeated Sher

Quarterfinals
Miller received bye, Jorgenson defeated Helen Mortimer (Gbr), Sakamoto defeated Mami Masuda (Jpn), Sher defeated Sachiko Kamakura (Jpn)

Women's dual final overall standings after eight rounds
1. K. Miller 300
2. S. Jorgenson 180
3. Sabrina Jonnier (Fra) 170
4. L Sher 130
5. Tara Llanes (USA) 130
6. Helen Mortimer (Gbr) 100
7. Malin Lindgren (Swe) 70
8. Helena Kurandova (Cze) 50
9. Cheri Elliott (USA) 50
10. Miwa Sakamoto (Jpn) 40

 


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