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BC Superweek: White Rock RR

Todays winner will be in good company 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Getting ready to start: Ryan ROTH (Silber Pro Cycling), Canadian Champion Bruno LANGLOIS (Garneau-Quebecor) and Liam MAGENNIS (Subaru NSWIS & MS). 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Men prepare to start. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
They are off 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Women prepare to start. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
The women are off! 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Early reports were that Canadian Champion Bruno LANGLOIS (Garneau-Quebecor) suffered a broken collarbone after a crash less than 10 km into the race. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
The pack rolls by Canadian Champion Bruno LANGLOIS (Garneau-Quebecor) as he receives medical attention. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
The folks from lululemon easily won the best signage award! 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Attack by Trek Red Truck 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Garneau-Quebecor made the first move. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
The pack. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Men in action 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Early break: Garneau-Quebecor and Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Women in action. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
The mens field turns off Marine Drive to begin the climb up Magdalen. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Ariane BONHOMME (The Cyclery - Opus) was off the front for a few laps. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
The break of the day: Alexis CARTIER (Garneau-Quebecor) and Craig RICHEY and Michael VAN DEN HAM (Trek Red Truck P/b Mosaic Homes) 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
With teammate and overall leader Liam MAGENNIS in tow, the Subaru NSWIS & MS boys took on the chase duties for several laps before succumbing to the effects of their massive efforts in yesterday
The chase. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
After pulling out of yesterdays crit early, Ryan ROTH (Silber Pro Cycling) bides his time before his inevitable attack. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
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Craig RICHEY (Trek Red Truck P/b Mosaic Homes) leads the break. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Mens peleton. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Tour de White Rick criterium winner and race leader Liam MAGENNIS (Subaru NSWIS & MS). 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Craig RICHEY (Trek Red Truck P/b Mosaic Homes), Michael VAN DEN HAM (Trek Red Truck P/b Mosaic Homes), and Alexis CARTIER (Garneau-Quebecor). 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Men in action. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Womens chase. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Sara BERGEN (Trek Red Truck P/b Mosaic Homes). 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
womens sprint 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Steph ROORDA (Team Canada) wins the Tour de White Rock Peace Arch News Road Race ahead of Alison JACKSON (Team Canada/Twenty16 RideBiker). 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
As the break moves on to the final 6 small circuits, thay have, unfortunately for them, been joined by Ryan ROTH (Silber Pro Cycling), who has bridged up to them solo. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
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Just a few laps to go for the field. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
White Rock hospitality at its finest. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Ryan ROTH (Silber Pro Cycling) makes another move with only Kaler MARSHALL (Canyon Bicycles âÄì Shimano) able to hang on. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Team Herbalife p/b Marc Pro & Natures  Bakery chases. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
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DS Gord Fraser awaits his Silber riders. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Ryan ROTH (Silber Pro Cycling) has dropped Kaler MARSHALL (Canyon Bicycles âÄì Shimano) on his way to a solo victory. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
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Kaler MARSHALL (Canyon Bicycles âÄì Shimano) grabs a roadside shower. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
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Timothy RUGG (Herbalife p/b Marc Pro & Nature
Ryan ROTH (Silber Pro Cycling), wins the Tour de White Rock Peace Arch News Road Race.  		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Ryan ROTH (Silber Pro Cycling) recovers from another impressive performance at BC Superweek. 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Some of the key people behind the Tour de White Rock: Jordan Menu (results), Damien OHagen and Eric Harvey (announcers) and Mark Ernsting (Race Director). 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Womens podium: Alison JACKSON (Team Canada/Twenty16 RideBiker) 2nd, Steph ROORDA (Team Canada) 1st, Sara BERGEN (Trek Red Truck P/b Mosaic Homes) 3rd  		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Kaler MARSHALL (Canyon Bicycles ­ Shimano) 2nd, Ryan ROTH (Silber Pro Cycling) 1st, Timothy RUGG (Herbalife p/b Marc Pro & Natures Bakery) 3rd  		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Tour de White Rock omnium champion Alison JACKSON (Team Canada/Twenty16 RideBiker). 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:
Tour de White Rock omnium champion Kaler MARSHALL (Canyon Bicycles âÄì Shimano) 		CREDITS:  		TITLE:  		COPYRIGHT:

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