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Nordhaug wins the 2012 Montreal WorldTour GP

Norway’s Lars Petter Nordhaug (Sky Procycling) out-paced Moreno Moser (Ita) Liquigas-Cannondale in second for the biggest win of his career

Gerrans wins the 2012 Quebec City WorldTour GP

Australia’s Simon Gerrans (Orica GeenEdge was the man of the hour trumping Belgian Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing)

Chaddock wins 2012 Canadian Crit Championship

Ben Chaddock (Team Exergy) and Rhae-Christie Shaw (Exergy TWENTY12) win big at the National Criterium Championships in Lac Megantic, Quebec

Roth wins the 2012 Canadian road championship

Ryan Roth (SpiderTech) is the new Canadian road champion, edging out Michael Barry (Team Sky). Antoine Duchesne (Garneau-Québécor) wins the U23 title.

Ramsden wins the Women's 2012 Road Nationals

Denise Ramsden is the new Elite and U23 Women's Canadian road champion. Quebec's Clara Hughes finished 2nd and Joelle Numainville in 3rd place.

Where does the magic come from?

Lachine seems to be a tiny oasis where road cycling is properly recognized in a country where the sport is otherwise almost forgotten

Joelle Numainville 4th at 2012 GPC Gatineau

Ina-Yoko Teutenberg of Germany wins the 134km Grand Prix de Gatineau road race; Quebec's Joelle Numainville places 4th

Hughes remporte le Chrono Gatineau 2012

Clara Hughes leads a Specialized-lululemon sweep in the 18.4km GP Gatineau Chrono Individual Time Trial

St John and Black win 2012 eQuinelle GP Criteriums

Derrick St. John (Stevens p/b The Cyclery) and Chloe Black (Trisports Cycle/Eclipse) were the big winners in the elite categories of the eQuinelle GP Criterium in Keptville

Le retour de l'enfant prodigue!

Remi Pelletier-Roy (Garneau-Quebecor) wins the GP de Contrecoeur with help from Garneau team-mate Brett Tivers on a cold and rainy afternoon.

MANCEBO WINS 2012 TOUR OF THE BATTENKILL

Francisco Mancebo Perez (Competitive Cyclist Racing Team) wins the Tour of the Battenkill pro elite men’s 200km race in a time of 4:55:54

QUEBEC GIRLS ROCK 2012 Tour of the BATTENKILL

Quebec women do extremely well as Veronique Fortin (Tibco/To the Top) wins the 99.2km/62-mile race at the Tour of the Battenkill in a time of 3:00:38

Miroir du Cyclisme wallpaper Collectables

Large (French) widescreen Miroir du Cyclisme desktop calendars available for download under the Wallpaper tab at the top of the page

Tour of The Battenkill: Le 14-15 avril 2012

Dans quelques semaines, nous débuterons la saison 2012 avec une couverture approfondiedu prestigieux Tour of The Battenkill

SpiderTech débute la saison 2012 du bon pied

Boivin revient à la charge, et remporte un troisième podium pour Team SpiderTech

Une troisième cas de dopage au Quebec

Benjamin Martel tests positive as the dominos continue to fall in Quebec

Dying to Win

Grasping the reality and magnitude of the drug culture and looking for practical solutions rather than looking away

What happened to Rocky Mountain?

Four Rocky Mountain-Desjardins Valeurs Mobilieres riders join Équipe EKOÏ.com/Gaspésien in 2012

Miguel Agreda crosses the line

Another champion admits to doping in what is quickly unravelling as Quebec's biggest drug scandal.

Arnaud Papillon tests positive for EPO

The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport announced today that cyclist, Arnaud Papillon, received a two-year sanction for the use of erythropoietin (EPO).

Rui Costa remporte le Grand Prix de Montreal

Tour de France stage winner, Rui Alberto Faria da Costa (Por) Movistar Team out-duels the favourites on the final lap to claim the 205.1km Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal.

Philippe Gilbert remporte le GP de Quebec

« C’était une course très difficile parce que Team Sky a assuré le rythme dès le départ. Ça roulait extrêmement vite».

L’UCI WorldTour arrive à Québec et a Montréal L’UCI WorldTour arrive à Québec et a Montréal L’UCI WorldTour arrive à Québec et a Montréal

Stéphane Cossette ne participerai pas au Sprint Challenge a Québec

Stéphane Cossette, qui a remporté le premier UCI ProTour événement jamais tenu en Amérique du Nord ne sera pas de retour à Québec cette année pour défendre son titre. Les nouvelles règles stipulent que les coureurs qui se spécialisent dans la course sur piste sont exemptés de l'événement.

Championnats Qubecois sur route Elite - CLM

Rémi Pelletier Roy est le nouveau champion du Québec CLM / Clara Hughes termine 6e contre les hommes élite en préparation pour les Championnats du Monde.

Véronique Fortin remporte le championat du Quebec sur route

Veronique Fortin, la championne canadienne sur route, termine seul devant sa plus proche rivale remportant le Championnat du Québec.

Antoine Matteau; Le nouveau champion du Quebec elite sur route

Il a dompté la pluie et le froid; Entrevue avec Antoine Matteau, nouveau champion du Québec sur route

Charles Matte; Le nouveau champion du Quebec Junior sur route

Jean-Francois Laroche; Encore Champion des Mardis Cyclustes de Lachine

Jean-François Laroche remporte le championnat des Mardis Cyclistes de Lachine pour une quatrième fois!

Derrick St John remporte le Grand Prix de Vaudreuil -Soulange

Derrick St John s'échappe de son groupe échappée sous la pluie et des vents extrême pour gagner la Grand Prix de Vaudreuil-Soulange de façon convaincante.

David Veilleux; Will he be the next Quebec cyclist to make it big?

After a 25th place finish at the Paris-Roubais earlier this year,David Veilleux electrifies local fans as he prepares for his return to Europe

Miguel Agreda Rojas wins final stage of Les Mardis Cyclistes

Miguel Agreda Rojas wins his second stage of the Mardis Cyclistes in style leaving no doubt as to why he is the newly minted Quebec Criterium Champion

Thomas Voeckler dit non à Montréal et Québec

Le champion de route français en 2010 et vainqueur du Grand Prix de Quebec l'année dernière décide de ne pas venir au Canada en 2011.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Jean-Michel Lachance remporte la 4eme étape des Mardis Cyclistes

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Jean Michel Lachance photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
(French / English race reports below)





Jean-Michel Lachance (Rossetti Devo Cycling)  photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Jean-Samuel Deshaies (EKOI.COM-Gaspesien) photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
 Martin Gilbert (SpiderTech p/b C10) photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
LACHANCE FONCE ET L’EMPORTE

Montréal, le mardi 26 juin 2012 – Jean-Michel Lachance a usé de la bonne stratégie afin de remporter sous la pluie la quatrième étape de la saison 2012 des Mardis cyclistes Jean Coutu de Lachine.

Le coureur membre de la formation américaine Rossetti Devo Cycling Team a profité de la prudence de ses adversaires pour partir en trombe au tout dernier virage de l’épreuve. Ses opposants ont été surpris par son décollage et n’ont jamais pu le rejoindre.

Les victimes de Jean-Michel Lachance furent le maillot jaune Jean-Samuel Deshaies (Ekoï-Gaspésien) et le professionnel Martin Gilbert (SpiderTech). Ceux-ci sont grimpés sur le podium, tandis que Jean-François Laroche (Fantino-Régis) et Rémi Pelletier-Roy (Garneau-Québecor) ont complété le top-5.

«Plusieurs échappées ont été tentées durant la course, mais les équipes présentes voulaient une arrivée de peloton. J’ai décidé de lancer mon sprint le plus tôt possible, soit directement à la sortie du dernier virage. La stratégie a fonctionné et les autres ont été surpris», a lancé le vainqueur d’étape, un quatrième différent en autant de courses cette saison.

Pour l’athlète de 21 ans de la région de Québec, il s’agit d’une première victoire en carrière aux Mardis cyclistes dans la classe Pro-Élite. Son gain précédant remonte à l’époque où il courait chez les espoirs (15-16 ans). Lachance était également heureux de cette victoire car il n’a pas pu se faire valoir (chute) lors du critérium des championnats canadiens, présenté dimanche à Lac-Mégantic.

Notons que cette victoire lui permet de faire un bond vertigineux de 25 places au classement général des Mardis, soit du 37e au 12e rang.

L’épreuve fut également profitable pour Jean-Samuel Deshaies, qui accroit son avance de 75 points au sommet du cumulatif. «C’est dommage de ne pas avoir gagné, a admis le porteur du maillot jaune. Cependant, on a remporté plusieurs sprints intermédiaires et l’équipe a de nouveau accompli une solide besogne afin de prendre de précieux points sur nos poursuivants.»

Martin Gilbert, un habitué de la plus haute marche du podium des Mardis, devra prendre son mal en patience, malgré une intéressante troisième place.
«Pour le sprint final, la bonne stratégie aurait été d’aborder le dernier virage en première position. C’est le genre d’erreur qui coûte cher», a-t-il concédé.
Le grand perdant de la soirée est certainement Maxime Vivès (Garneau-Québecor), qui n’a amassé que 25 points et qui est du même coup passé du deuxième au quatrième rang du cumulatif.

Au total, 58 coureurs ont pris le départ de l’épreuve qui s’est jouée à une vitesse moyenne de 47 km/h.

Finalement, Vincent Waddell (Espoirs Laval) a remporté la course des jeunes, Véronique Drapeau-Zgoralski (Specialized-Mazda) a fait de même chez les femmes, tandis que Thierry Kirouac (André Cycle) et Charlotte Tousignant (Espoirs Laval) l’ont emporté chez les minimes.


Jean-Francois Laroche (Fantino-Régis) photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme

Remi Pelletier-Roy (Garneau-Quebecor Norton Rose) photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme

Lachance wins 4th Stage of Les Mardis Cyclistes de Lachine presented by Jean Coutu


June 26, 2012 (Lachine, QC) – It was Jean-Michel Lachance (Rossetti Devo Cycling Team) who used his head as much as his legs to win the fourth stage of the weekly Mardis Cyclistes presented by Jean Coutu here in the Montreal suburb of Lachine. Lachance’s victory among the senior men was all that more impressive because he had no team mates to support him among the 58 cyclists on the start line.



In rainy conditions, Lachance took advantage of the cautiousness of his adversaries and took off like an express train on the very last turn of the 50km circuit. His rivals were caught dumbfounded by the manoeuvre and were unable to catch up.



With this move, Lachance stole the victory away from series leader Jean-Samuel Deshaies (Ekoi-Gaspesien) and from pro rider Martin Gilbert (SpiderTech p/b C10) who completed the podium in second and third ranks respectively. Following closely in fourth was Jean-François Laroche (Fantino-Regis) while Remi Pelletier-Roy (Garneau-Québecor) completed the top five.



Only some 30 cyclists finished the men’s race in wet and slippery conditions.
There were many attempted breakaways this evening, but the teams here wanted things to finish in a bunch sprint. I decided to launch my sprint as soon as possible, just coming out of the last turn. My strategy worked and I caught the others by surprise,” said Lachance, 21. Lachance also probably had something to prove this evening after a crash at the Canadian crit championships on Sunday in Lake Megantic which left him off the podium there.

This was his first win among the seniors, but Lachance scored a victory a few years ago in another age category while riding as a 15 year old. The Mardis series have been going continuously since 1978.

But while Lachance won this evening’s race, Jean-Samuel Deshaies is still leading in cumulative points after the first four of 10 weekly races. "It’s too bad I didn’t win," said Deshaies, “but our team picked up many of the intermediate sprints and we worked solidly to prevent our rivals from picking up precious points.

Veronique Drapeau-Zgoralski (Specialized-Mazda SGC) won among the women, followed by Florence, Laplante-Lamarche (independent) in second with Elisabeth Albert (Rocky Mountain Forget Aubin) in third. Among those presenting awards to the cyclists this evening was Bernard Trottier, former owner of the sporting goods retail chain that still bears his name.

Brief results (June 26) senior men:

1. Jean-Michel Lachance (Rossetti Devo Cycling Team)
2. Jean-Samuel Deshaies (Ekoi-Gaspesien)
3. Martin Gilbert (SpiderTech p/b C10)
4. Jean-François Laroche (Fantino-Regis)
5. Remi Pelletier-Roy (Garneau-Quebecor Norton Rose)

Brief Results (June 26) senior women:

Veronique Drapeau-Zgoralski (Specialized-Mazda SGC)
Florence, Laplante-Lamarche (independent)
Elisabeth Albert (Rocky Mountain Forget Aubin)

 Cumulative Classification after 4/10 stages -

1. J.-S. Deshaies (Ekoi-Gaspesien) 405
2. J.-F. Laroche (Fantino) 270
3. Hugues Lapointe (Cycle Neron LaPrairie) 257
4. Maxime Vives (Garneau Quebecor) 240
5. Martin Gilbert (SpiderTech p/b C10) 215
6. Stephen Keeping (Steven Racing p/b The Cyclery) 214
7. Dominic Chalifoux (Trek-Bontrager) 179
8. Michel Henri (Archibald / EIC) 160
9. Pierrick Naud (Ekoi-Gaspesien) 150
10. Hugo Houle (SpiderTech p/b C10) 144

Complete results:

www.fqsc.net/sites/default/files/rp-lachine2012-tranche4.pdf

Pierrick Naud (Ekoi-Gaspesien) photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Hugues Lapointe (Cycle Néron LaPrairie) photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Stephen Keeping (Steven Racing p/b The Cyclery) wins last intermediate sprint 
photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme

Dominic Chalifoux Trek-Bontrager photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Jean-Samuel Deshaies (EKOI.COM-Gaspesien) photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
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Monday, June 25, 2012

L'équipe Europcar pour le Tour de France

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David Veilleux (Europcar) during 2012 Canadian road championships
photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme 
L'équipe pour le Tour de France
(English below)

pressesports

Le Team Europcar a dévoilé la liste des coureurs sélectionnés pour le Tour de France qui s'élancera le week-end prochain de Belgique. L'équipe vendéenne est articulée autour de ses deux leaders : Thomas Voeckler et Pierre Rolland.

Le doute planait sur sa participation. Thomas Voeckler sera bien au départ du Tour de France le week-end prochain en Belgique. L'Alsacien, après huit jours de repos forcé, a repris l'entrainement ce lundi. Quatrième de la dernière grande Boucle, maillot jaune durant dix jours, le chouchou du public français aura encore forcément son mot à dire. Tout comme Pierre Rolland. Dixième et meilleur jeune l'an dernier, l'Orléanais a construit sa saison autour de la grand-messe de juillet. Pierre Rolland sera surveillé comme le lait sur le feu, lui qui a de belles ambitions, à l'image de tout le Team Europcar.

Pour accompagner le duo qui a ébloui l'été 2011, les Vendéens aligneront des lieutenants de choix. Cyril Gautier, à la recherche d'un premier succès de référence, a le talent et les jambes pour signer un grand coup cet été. Bien sûr, Christophe Kern n'est pas dans sa forme de l'an dernier mais il a démontré sur le Critérium du Dauphiné qu'il revenait petit à petit au premier plan. Et lui aussi a programmé sa montée en puissance en vue du Tour de France. Davide Malacarne, baroudeur italien, aura lui  aussi des arguments sur les parcours escarpés. Les pointes de vitesse de Yukiya Arashiro, Giovanni Bernaudeau et Yohann Gène seront de précieux atouts. Quant à Vincent Jérôme, il a démontré l'an dernier son courage et sa pugnacité dans la défense du maillot jaune. Il est logique de le retrouver en 2012.

L'équipe pour le Tour de France : Thomas VOECKLER, Pierre ROLLAND, Christophe KERN, Cyril GAUTIER, Yukiya ARASHIRO, Giovanni BERNAUDEAU, Yohann Gène, Vincent JÉRÔME, Davide MALACARNE.

1er remplaçant : Pichot Alexandre

2ème remplaçant : Veilleux David


Voeckler and Rolland lead Europcar team

Thomas Voeckler and Pierre Rolland will lead Team Europcar's nine-man squad for the forthcoming Tour de France, which gets underway on Saturday with a prologue in the Belgian city of Liege.


Despite initial concerns about Voeckler's fitness, the 33 year old will take to the start of the Grande Boucle. The Frenchman - who famously wore the yellow jersey for 10 stages during last year's Tour - had been sidelined with a knee injury for eight days, but was back in the saddle for training on Monday.

Fourth in last year's race, the darling of the French public will certainly have strong ambitions in the 2012 Tour after a mixed start to the season.

Pierre Rolland, who finished 10th last year and picked up the white jersey as best young rider, will also be keen to build on his exceptional form in 2011. Rolland, 26 in October and so ineligible for the maillot blanc, has built his season around the Tour de France and is aware that he will now be a marked man in the peloton after a breakthrough race 12 months ago that included a memorable victory atop Alpe d'Huez in stage 19.

Accompanying leaders Voeckler and Rolland will be a diverse line-up with many cards to play over the three weeks in France.

Cyril Gautier, who impressed in fits and bursts last year (in particular during stage eight when he was part of a large breakaway), will target a maiden Grand Tour stage win. The 24 year old certainly has the talent to make a splash this summer – and targeting the white jersey is not out of the question.

Christophe Kern is not in the same form as he showed at key moments last year, but a promising return in the Criterium du Dauphine was enough to secure the former national time trial champion a place in Jean-Rene Bernaudeau's squad.

Vincent Jerome, who showed last year just how important he was to the team with some selfless performances in support of the maillot jaune, retains his place in the squad. The 27 year old will hope to have an incident-free start to the race following last year's unfortunate series of crashes in the opening stages.

New signing Davide Malacarne is making his Tour debut and will look to impress on the climbs or in breaks over rolling terrain. The 24-year-old all-rounder is also strong in the sprint, much like the remaining three riders on the roster: Japan's Yukiya Arashiro and French pair Giovanni Bernaudeau and Yohann Gene.

There is no place in the squad for the 2010 polka dot jersey winner Anthony Charteau, who supported Voeckler with much gusto in the mountains last year. Youngster Damien Gaudin did not make the final cut and so will have to wait at least another year before making his debut in the Tour. Sprinter Sebastian Chavanel also misses out.

Alexandre Pichot and David Veilleux have been named on the reserve list in the case of an injury occurring to one of the selected nine riders this week.

Team Europcar for the Tour: Thomas VOECKLER, Pierre ROLLAND, Christophe KERN, Cyril GAUTIER, Yukiya ARASHIRO, Giovanni BERNAUDEAU, Yohann GENE, Vincent JEROME, Davide MALACARNE

Sunday, June 24, 2012

National Crit Championship Results

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Ben Chaddock (Team Exergy) wins elite men"s Canadian crit championship
photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Ben Chaddock is Canada's 2012 
Elite Men's Crit Champion
(Elite Women's race results and photos below)

Interview with Ben Chaddock

Ben Chaddock (BC) Team Exergy photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Ben Chaddock (BC) Team Exergy photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme

Results

Elite Men

1. Ben Chaddock (BC) Team Exergy 0:56:13
2. Cody Canning (AB) Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes
3. Nic Hamilton (BC) Jelly Belly Cycling
4. Ed Veal (ON) RealDealRacing/LaBicicletta
5. Maxime Vives (QC) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose
6. Jacob Schwingboth  (BC) Cycling BC
7. Pierrick Naud (QC) EKOI.com-Gaspésien 0:03
8. Geoffroy Dussault (QC) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose
9. Mike Sidic (BC) Team H&R BLOCK
10. Jordan Brochu (QC) EKOI.com-Gaspésien 0:05
11. Bruno Langlois (QC) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose
12. Louis-Charles Lacroix (QC) Deda/HYPE
13. Brad Clifford (SK) Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes
14. Anton Varabei (ON) JetFuel Coffee/ La Bicicletta 0:09
15. Brandon Spencer (ON) Team Ontario/Kallisto/Wheels of Oakville
16. Raphaël Massé Viau (QC) Equipe du Québec
17. Conor O’Brien (ON) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery
18. Laurent Dallaire (QC) Team H&R BLOCK
19. François Chabot (QC) EKOI.com-Gaspésien
20. Michael Woods (ON) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery 0:13
21. Antoine Matteau (QC) EKOI.com-Gaspésien 0:14
22. Jean-Michel Lachance (QC) Rossetti Devo 0:16
23. David Onsow (QC) Quilicot-Elite 0:17
24. Marco Li (ON) Team Ontario/Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose 0:19
25. Braydon Bourne (ON) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery
26. Rémi Pelletier-Roy (QC) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose
27. Maxime Le Pluart (QC) Deda/HYPE
28. Chris Balestrini (ON) Team Ontario / Garneau
29. Robert Ralph (QC) Medique p/b Silbet Investments
30. Justin Purificati (QC) Medique p/b Silbet Investments
31. Adam De Vos (BC) Trek Red Truck p/b Mosiac Homes
32. Kyle Buckosky (BC) Cycling BC
33. Matteo Dal-Cin (ON) Team Ontario/ Ride with Rendall
34. Aaron Fillion (ON) Ride With Rendall
35. Michael Mandel (ON) RealDealRacing/LaBicicletta
36. Aaron Schooler (AB) Team H&R BLOCK
37. Jean-François Racine (QC) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose
38. Guillaume Boivin (QC) SpiderTech powered by C10
39. Olivier Delaney (QC) Ride with Rendall
40. Alexander Cataford (BC) Cycling BC
41. Simon-Pierre Gauthier (QC) Equipe du Quebec
42. James Piccoli (QC) Equipe du Québec
43. Tofer Dahl (AB) Team H&R BLOCK
44. Garrett McLeod (NS) Team H&R BLOCK
45. Evan Mundy (ON) Jet Fuel Coffee/ La Bicicletta
46. Mathieu Fradet (QC) Suarez-ACQ
47. Sébastien Lacroix (QC) Medique p/b Silbet Investments
48. Antoine Duchesne (QC) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose
49. Kiernan Orange (QC) Ride with Rendall
50. Joël Desgreniers (QC) Équipe du Québec
51. Samuel Gosselin-Simard (QC) Deda/HYPE 0:25
52. Jean Samuel Deshaies (QC) EKOI.com-Gaspésien 0:51
53. Jeffery Schiller (ON) Ontario/Garneau-Quebecor 1:02
54. Émile Jean (QC) EKOI.com-Gaspésien 1:05
55. William Blackburn (QC) Medique p/b Silbet Investments 1:17
DNF Jesse Reams (BC) Cycling BC
DNF Mathieu Roy (QC) EKOI.com-Gaspésien
DNF Charly Vives (QC) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose
DNF Jonathan Villemaire-Krajden (QC) La Cordée
DNF Nicolas Ammerlaan (QC) Medique p/b Silbet Investments
DNF Scott Loong (QC) Medique p/b Silbet Investments
DNF Casey Roth (ON) Ride With Rendall
DNF Stephen Keeping (QC) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery
DNF Thierry Laliberté (QC) XPREZO-BORSAO
DNF Cody Campbell (BC) Cycling BC
DNF Yannick Bédard (QC) EKOI.com-Gaspésien
DNF Jordane Gauthier Beaulieu (QC) Equipe du Québec
DNF Ryan Aitcheson (ON) Ontario/ Panther pb Competitve Cyclist
DNF Logan Cornel (ON) RealDealRacing/LaBicicletta
DNF Chris Gray (ON) Team CHCH
DNF Bailey McKnight (QC) Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes
DNF Luke Koolman (BC) Tripleshot Cycling Club
DNS Rob Britton (BC) Team H&R BLOCK
DNS Samuel Benjamin (QC) Atmosphère Sherbrooke
DNS Etienne Samson (QC) Deda/HYPE
DNS James Sparling (BC) Raleigh-GAC
DNS Michael Barry (ON) Team sky pro cycling
DNS Dominic Chalifoux (QC) Trek-Bontrager
DNS Alexandre Mathieu (AB) EKOI.com-Gaspésien
DNS Charles Matte (QC) Equipe du Québec
DNS Matthew Degiacomo (ON) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose
DNS Jordan Cheyne (ON) Team H&R BLOCK
DNS Colter Young (BC) Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes


Rhae-Christie Shaw is Canada's 2012 
Elite Women's Crit Champion


Rhae-Christie Shaw takes Annie Ewart at the finish line 
photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Karlee gendron edges out Joanie Caron for 3rd place
photo © Pasquale Stalteri / miroir du Cyclisme
Interview with Rhae-Christie Shaw

Rhae-Christie Shaw photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Annie Ewart leading the break photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme

Elite Women

1. Rhae-Christie Shaw (ON) Exergy TWENTY12    0:47:17
2. Annie Ewart (BC) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies
3. Karlee Gendron (MB) Specialized-Mazda SGC 0:21
4. Joanie Caron (QC) Colavita-ESPNw 0:22
5. Audrey Bernard (QC) Powerwatts-FITTIME
6. Jenny Lehmann (BC) Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes
7. Ruth McLean (ON) Powerwatts-FITTIME
8. Catherine Couture (QB) Indépendant
9. Shoshauna Laxson (BC) Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes
10. Julie Lafrenière (QC) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery
11. Tatjana Zaharova (ON) Aquila / Racer Sportif / Mattamy Homes
12. Catherine Dessureault (QC) RealDealRacing.com/ La Bicicletta
13. Allison Beveridge (AB) Specialized-Mazda SGC
14. Élisabeth Albert (QC) Rocky Mountain-Forget-Aubin
15. Emily Flynn (ON) Team Ontario/Tommy and Lefebvre Cycling
16. Annie Foreman-Mackey (ON) Team Ontario/Team CHCH
17. Sarah Rasmussen (ON) Team Ontario/Hamilton Cycling Club
18. Kristine Brynjolfson (BC) Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes 0:26
19. Moriah MacGregor (BC) Cycling BC
20. Gabrielle Pilote Fortin (QC) Equipe du Québec
21. Kelly Knowles (ON) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery
22. Laurie Dumas (QC) Powerwatts-FITTIME
23. Anne-Marie Morin (QC) Specialized-Mazda SGC
24. Véronique Drapeau-Zgoralski (QC) Specialized-Mazda SGC
25. Evelyne Gagnon (QC) Equipe du Québec
26. Carrie Cartmill (ON) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery
27. Alizée Brien (QC) Specialized-Mazda SGC
DNF Rachel Canning (BC) Cycling BC
DNF Hélène Pilote Fortin (QC) Equipe du Québec
DNF Adriane Provost (QC) Equipe du Québec
DNF Nina Nesdoly (ON) Infinit/Cycle Power
DNF Justine Dallaire (QC) Powerwatts-FITTIME
DNF Virginie Gauthier (QC) Specialized-Mazda SGC
DNF Florence Laplante Lamarche (ON) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery
DNF Katlyn Dundas (ON) Team Ontario/Trek Store Cycling Club
DNS Lex Albrecht (QC) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies


National Men's Road Race Results

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Ryan Roth wins the Canadian Road Championship
Antoine Duchesne takes the U23 title
(Full Results below)

More photos available below and  @ Pedal Magazine and Facebook

Meier leading Barry mid race © Pasquale Stalteri Photography / Miroir du Cyclisme
Ryan Roth (SpiderTech pb C10) in the breakaway led my Michael Barry (Team Sky pro cycling)
photo during the late stages of the race © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme

Results

1. Ryan Roth (SpiderTech powered by C10) 4:35:21
2. Michael Barry (Team sky pro cycling) 0:01
3. Marsh Cooper (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies) 0:01
4. Antoine * Duchesne (Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose) 0:06
5. Rob Britton (Team H&R BLOCK)
6. Sebastian Salas (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)
7. Martin Gilbert (SpiderTech powered by C10)
8. Nic Hamilton (Indépendant)
9. David * Boily (Team Spidertech C10)
10. Derrick St John (Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery) 0:14
11. Ryan Anderson (SpiderTech powered by C10) 0:19
12. William Routley (SpiderTech powered by C10)
13. Francois Parisien (SpiderTech powered by C10) 0:34
14. Hugo * Houle (SpiderTech powered by C10) 2:13
15. Ryan * Aitcheson (Ontario/ Panther pb Competitve Cyclist)
16. Rémi * Pelletier-Roy (Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose)
17. Bruno Langlois (Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose)
18. Christian Meier (Orica-GreenEDGE)
19. Zach * Hughes (Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose)
20. Garrett Mcleod (Team H&R BLOCK)
21. Michael Woods (Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery)
22. Timothy Abercrombie (Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose)
23. Guillaume Boivin (SpiderTech powered by C10)
24. Svein Tuft (Orica-GreenEDGE)
25. Zach Bell (SpiderTech powered by C10)
26. James Sparling (Raleigh-GAC)
27. Adam * De Vos (Trek Red Truck p/b Mosiac Homes) 4:13
28. Pierrick * Naud (EKOI.com -Gaspésien)
29. Luc Dionne (Suarez-ACQ)
30. Jordan * Brochu (EKOI.com -Gaspésien)
31. David Veilleux (Team Europcar) 4:17
32. Bruce Bird (Wheels of Bloor/Graywood Developments) 5:41
33. Mike Sidic (Team H&R BLOCK) 7:03
34. Trevor Connor (Team Rio Grande/BCSM) 13:20
35. Geoffroy Dussault (Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose)
36. Jacob * Schwingboth (Cycling BC)
37. Aaron Fillion (Ride With Rendall)
38. David Stephens (Garneau Evolution)
39. Nathan Underwood (Ride with Rendall)  HD
40. Simon-Pierre * Gauthier (Equipe du Quebec)  HD
41. Bailey * Mcknight (Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes)  HD
42. Samuel Blanchette (Deda/HYPE)  HD
43. Aaron Schooler (Team H&R BLOCK)  HD
44. Matteo * Dal-Cin (Team Ontario/ Ride with Rendall)  HD
45. Stuart * Wight (Atlantic Cycling Centre)  HD
46. Ed Veal (RealDealRacing/LaBicicletta)  HD
47. Kevin * Massicotte (Team ontario / nativo concept)  HD
48. Sébastien Rousseau (Deda/HYPE)  HD
49. Brandon * Spencer (Team Ontario/Kallisto/Wheels Of Oakville)  HD
50. Matthew * Degiacomo (Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose)  HD
51. Kyle * Buckosky (Cycling Bc)  HD
52. Nicolas Ammerlaan (Medique P/B Silbet Investments)  HD
53. Raphaël * Massé Viau (Equipe Du Québec)  HD
54. Braydon * Bourne (Stevens Racing P/B The Cyclery)  HD
55. Robert * Gutgesell (Aquila/Racer Sportif/Mattamy Homes)  HD
56. Patrick Paquette (Indépendant)  HD
57. Cody * Campbell (Cycling Bc)  HD
58. Joël * Desgreniers (Équipe Du Québec)  HD
59. Philippe * Deschamps (Cc Lac St-Louis)  HD
60. Mathieu Boudier-Revéret (Suarez-Acq)  HD
61. Etienne Samson (Deda/Hype)  HD
62. Jeffery Muise (Coastal Financial Credit Union)  HD
63. Casey Roth (Ride With Rendall)  HD
64. Stephen Keeping (Stevens Racing P/B The Cyclery)  HD
65. Justin * Purificati (Medique P/B Silbet Investments)  HD
DNF Jevon Almond (Aerobic Power Haus)
DNF Chris Freeland (Cycle Solutions / Angry Johnny’S)
DNF Brian Robinson (Cyclemeisters/Bow Cycle)
DNF Jesse Reams (Cycling Bc)
DNF Samuel Gosselin-Simard (Deda/Hype)
DNF Louis-Charles Lacroix (Deda/Hype)
DNF Maxime Le Pluart (Deda/Hype)
DNF Charles Bryer (Ekoi.Com -Gaspésien)
DNF François Chabot (Ekoi.Com -Gaspésien)
DNF Antoine Matteau (Ekoi.Com -Gaspésien)
DNF Mathieu Roy (Ekoi.Com -Gaspésien)
DNF Dominique Rollin (Fdj-Big Mat)
DNF Jean-François Racine (Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose)
DNF Charly Vives (Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose)
DNF Evan Mundy (Jet Fuel Coffee/ La Bicicletta)
DNF Anton Varabei (Jetfuel Coffee/ La Bicicletta)
DNF Jonathan Villemaire-Krajden (La Cordée)
DNF Sebastian Jozwiak (Lifesport)
DNF William Blackburn (Medique P/B Silbet Investments)
DNF Scott Loong (Medique P/B Silbet Investments)
DNF Sébastien Lacroix (Medique P/B Silbet Investments)
DNF Osmond Bakker (Octto-Cervelo)
DNF Jeffery Schiller (Ontario/Garneau -Quebecor)
DNF Michael Mandel (Realdealracing/Labicicletta)
DNF Jean-Michel Lachance (Rossetti Devo)
DNF Olivier Lavigueur (Suarez-Acq)
DNF Mathieu Fradet (Suarez-Acq)
DNF Marco Li (Team Ontario/Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose)
DNF Keven Lacombe (Spidertech Powered By C10)
DNF Jean-Philippe QC Thibault-Roberge ()
DNF Cody Canning (Trek Red Truck P/B Mosaic Homes)
DNF Ben Chaddock (Team Exergy)
DNF Jamie Riggs (Team Ontario)
DNF Alexander * Cataford (Cycling Bc)
DNF Dylan * Cunningham (Cycling Bc)
DNF Jean Samuel * Deshaies (Ekoi.Com -Gaspésien)
DNF Yannick * Bédard (Ekoi.Com -Gaspésien)
DNF Jordane * Gauthier Beaulieu (Equipe Du Québec)
DNF James * Piccoli (Equipe Du Québec)
DNF Émile * Jean (Ekoi.Com -Gaspésien)
DNF Robert * Ralph (Medique P/B Silbet Investments)
DNF James * Bent (Peterborough Cycling Club)
DNF Julien * Langlois (Quilicot-Elite)
DNF David * Onsow (Quilicot-Elite)
DNF Logan * Cornel (Real Deal Racing / La Bicicletta)
DNF Olivier * Delaney (Ride With Rendall)
DNF Kiernan * Orange (Ride With Rendall)
DNF Conor * O’Brien (Stevens Racing P/B The Cyclery)
DNF Chris * Gray (Team Chch)
DNF David * Zorko (Team Chch)
DNF Jordan * Cheyne (Team H&R Block)
DNF Tofer * Dahl (Team H&R Block)
DNF Laurent * Dallaire (Team H&R Block)
DNF Chris * Balestrini (Team Ontario / Garneau)
DNF Simon * Lambert Lemay (Team Spidertech C10)
DNF Brad * Clifford (Trek Red Truck P/B Mosaic Homes)
DNF Luke * Koolman (Tripleshot Cycling Club)
DNS Marc Freemantle (Espoir-Asia)
DNS Marc Olivier Corsi (Suarez-Acq)
DNS Guillaume Pinglot (Suarez-Acq)
DNS Dominic Chalifoux (Trek -Bontrager)
DNS Alexandre * Mathieu (Ekoi.Com -Gaspésien)
DNS Charles * Matte (Equipe Du Québec)
DNS Colter * Young (Trek Red Truck P/B Mosaic Homes)

*=U23

Saturday, June 23, 2012

National Women's Road Race Results

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Denis Ramsden (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)  wins Canadian Championship
photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Denise Ramsden; New Canadian Champion
(Interviews and photos below)

Results

1.  Denise Ramsden* (ON) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies 2:57:06
2. Clara Hughes (QC) Specialized-lululemon
3. Joelle Numainville (QC) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies 2:20
4. Jasmin Glaesser* (BC) Cycling BC 2:21
5. Rhae-Christie Shaw (ON) Exergy TWENTY12
6. Julie Beveridge (AB) Equipe Vienne Futuroscope
7. Véronique Labonté (QC) CSM Epinay sur Seine
8. Karol-Ann Canuel (QC) Equipe Vienne Futuroscope 5:00
9. Annie Ewart*(BC) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies 6:28
10. Jenny Lehmann (BC) Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes 6:41
11. Gabrielle Pilote Fortin* (QC) Equipe du Québec
12. Maghalie Rochette* (QC) Powerwatts-FITTIME
13. Myriam Gaudreault (QC) GTH Port 7:59
14. Kristine Brynjolfson (BC) Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes
15. Élisabeth Albert* (QC) Rocky Mountain-Forget-Aubin 8:09
16. Joanie Caron (QC) Colavita-ESPNw
17. Julia Bradley (ON) RealDealRacing/La Bicicletta 8:10
18. Carrie Cartmill (ON) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery
19. Shoshauna Laxson (BC) Trek Red Truck Racing p/b Mosaic Homes
20. Catherine Dessureault (QC) RealDealRacing/La Bicicletta
21. Ruth McLean* (ON) Powerwatts-FITTIME
22. Marie-Noel Labrecque (QC) 4CX
23. Moriah MacGregor (BC) Cycling BC
24. Virginie Gauthier* (QC) Specialized-Mazda SGC
25. Véronique Fortin (QC) TIBCO to the Top 8:16
26. Julie Lafrenière (QC) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery 8:41
27. Jozina Vander Klok (QC) Powerwatts-FITTIME
28. Alizée Brien* (QC) Specialized-Mazda SGC HD
29. Annie Foreman-Mackey* (ON) Team Ontario/Team CHCH HD
30. Rachel Carbonneau (QC) Sportically HD
31. Annick Dufour (QC) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery HD
32. Heather Shearer (ON) Infinit/Cycle Power HD
33. Kelly Knowles (ON) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery HD
34. Alexandria Wilson (QC) Infinit/Cycle Power HD
35. Suzie Brown (ON) P-K Express/Biemme HD
36. Allison Beveridge* (AB) Specialized-Mazda SGC HD
37. Véronique Drapeau-Zgoralski* (QC) Specialized-Mazda SGC HD
38. Katlyn Dundas* (ON) Team Ontario/Trek Store Cycling Club HD
39. Emily Flynn* (ON) Team Ontario/Tommy and Lefebvre Cycling HD
40. Julie Bellerose (QC) Metromint Cycling HD
41. Elyse Nieuwold* (ON) Team CHCH HD
42. Anne-Marie Morin* (QC) Specialized-Mazda SGC HD
43. Tatjana Zaharova (ON) Aquila/Racer Sportif/Mattamy Homes HD
44. Hélène Pilote Fortin* (QC) Equipe du Québec HD
45. Adriane Provost* (QC) Equipe du Québec HD
46. Sarah Rasmussen* (ON) Team Ontario/Hamilton Cycling Club HD
47. Evelyne Gagnon* (QC) Equipe du Québec HD
48. Audrey Bernard* (QC) Powerwatts-FITTIME HD
49. Josiane Boily* (QC) Alma Acura Ultraviolet Devinci HD
50. Nina Nesdoly* (ON) Infinit/Cycle Power HD
DQ Kristen Worley (ON) Cycle Solutions
DNF Rachel Canning (BC) Cycling BC
DNF Annabelle Dumais (QC) Deda/HYPE
DNF Veronik Bourgon (QC) Infinit/Cycle Power
DNF Lex Albrecht (QC) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies
DNF Ellen Watters (NB) Outdoor Elements
DNF Laurie Dumas* (QC) Powerwatts-FITTIME
DNF Florence Laplante Lamarche* (ON) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery
DNS Arlene Marchildon (ON) RealDealRacing/LaBicicletta
DNS Karlee Gendron* (MB) Specialized-Mazda SGC
DNS Nik Vogler (QC) Specialized-Mazda SGC

*=U23


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Women's Elite 2012 Road Championships © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Women's Elite 2012 Road Championships © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
(L-R) Véronique Fortin (QC) TIBCO to the Top,
Karol-Ann Canuel (QC) Equipe Vienne Futuroscope,
Clara Hughes (QC) Specialized-lululemon,
Joelle Numainville (QC) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies
Women's Elite 2012 Road Championships © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Joelle Numainville (QC) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies finishing in 3rd spot
Women's Elite 2012 Road Championships © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme
Clara Hughes (QC) Specialized-lululemon followed by Véronique Fortin (QC) TIBCO to the Top and Karol-Ann Canuel (QC) Equipe Vienne Futuroscope
   Women's Elite 2012 Road Championships © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme

Interviews



Friday, June 22, 2012

National ITT Championship results

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Svein Tuft (Orica-GreenEDGE) photo © Pasquale Stalteri / Miroir du Cyclisme

Svein Tuft and Clara Hughes 
in a class of their own!


Photo preview @ Pedal Magazine

June 21, 2012 (Lac-Megantic, QC) -  Svein Tuft (BC) Orica-GreenEDGE won the Elite/U23 Men’s 39km Time Trial by over 2-min at the 2012 COLD-FX Canadian Road Championships held in Lac-Megantic, QC on Friday, with teammate Christian Meier (BC) Orica-GreenEDGE in second and Hugo Houle* (QC) SpiderTech powered by C10, defending his U23 title as well, in third overall. David Boily (QC) SpiderTech powered by C10 was the second U23 rider and Remi Pelletier-Roy (QC) Garneau-Quebecor was third. The Elite/U23 men completed 6 x 6.5km…here are the full results

Results

Elite Men

1. Svein Tuft (BC) Orica-GreenEDGE 0:47:26
2. Christian Meier (BC) Orica-GreenEDGE 2:08
3. Hugo Houle* (QC) Team SpiderTech powered by C10 2:49
4. Aaron Fillion (ON) Ride With Rendall 3:25
5. Francois Parisien (QC) Team SpiderTech powered by C10 3:26
6. Zach Bell (BC) Team SpiderTech powered by C10 3:31
7. Rob Britton (BC) Team H&R BLOCK 3:42
8. David Boily* (ON) Team SpiderTech powered by C10 3:47
9. Rémi Pelletier-Roy* (QC) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose 3:58
10. Ryan Roth (ON) Team SpiderTech powered by C10 4:13
11. Jordan Cheyne* (ON) Team H&R BLOCK 4:29
12. Antoine Duchesne* (QC) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose 4:38
13. Stuart Wight* (NB) Atlantic Cycling Centre 5:31
14. Ed Veal (ON) RealDealRacing/LaBicicletta 5:46
15. Cody Campbell* (BC) Cycling BC 6:11
16. Kris Dahl* (AB) Team H&R BLOCK 6:36
17. Adam De Vos* (BC) Trek Red Truck p/b Mosiac Homes 6:52
18. Bruce Bird (ON) Wheels of Bloor/Graywood Developments 7:00
19. Nathan Underwood (QC) Ride with Rendall 7:13
20. Pierrick Naud* (QC) EKOI.com / Gaspésien 7:16
21. Charly Vives (QC) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose 7:19
22. Garrett McLeod (NS) Team H&R BLOCK 7:21
23. Emile Jean* (QC) Indépendant 7:42
24. Ryan Aitcheson* (ON) Team Ontario/ Panther p/b Competitve Cyclist 7:42
25. Casey Roth (ON) Ride With Rendall 7:44
26. Bailey McKnight* (QC) Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes 7:59
27. Matteo Dal-Cin* (ON) Team Ontario/ Ride with Rendall 8:01
28. Zach Hughes* (QC) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose 8:23
29. Robert Ralph* (QC) Medique p/b Silbet Investments 8:51
30. Charles Bryer (ON) EKOI.com / Gaspésien 8:53
31. Simon-Pierre Gauthier* (QC) Equipe du Quebec 9:00
32. Mike Sidic (BC) Team H&R BLOCK 9:06
33. Kyle Buckosky* (BC) Cycling BC 9:14
34. Jordan Brochu* (QC) EKOI.com / Gaspésien 9:16
35. Michael Mandel (ON) RealDealRacing/LaBicicletta 9:16
36. James Piccoli* (QC) Equipe du Québec 9:26
37. Joël Desgreniers* (QC) Équipe du Québec 9:36
38. Marco Li (ON) Team Ontario/Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose 9:46
39. Matthew Degiacomo* (ON) Garneau-Quebecor-Norton Rose 9:59
40. Kevin Massicotte* (ON) Team Ontario/Nativo Concept 10:11
41. Andrew Buzzell (NB) Fitworks 10:32
42. Raphaël Massé Viau* (QC) Equipe du Québec 10:35
43. Dylan Cunningham* (BC) Cycling BC 10:36
44. Logan Cornel* (ON) RealDealRacing / La Bicicletta 10:40
45. Brandon Spencer* (ON) Team Ontario/Kallisto/Wheels of Oakville 11:14
46. Olivier Delaney* (QC) Ride with Rendall 11:20
47. Jean Samuel Deshaies* (QC) EKOI.com / Gaspésien 11:26
48. Brad Clifford* (SK) Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes 11:39
49. Jason Abbott (ON) West Of Quebec Wheelers/Powerwatts-FIT 12:07
50. Jordane Gauthier Beaulieu* (QC) Equipe du Québec 12:31
51. David Onsow* (QC) Quilicot-Elite 12:49
52. Olivier Maltais (QC) La Vie Sportive 12:56
53. Kiernan Orange* (QC) Ride with Rendall 13:28
DNF Colter Young* (BC) Trek Red Truck p/b Mosaic Homes
DNF David Stephens (BC) Garneau Evolution
DNF Mathieu Roy (QC) EKOI.com / Gaspésien
DNF Jesse Reams (YK) Cycling BC
DNF Jeffery Muise (NS) Coastal Financial Credit Union
DNF Marc Freemantle (QC) Espoir-Asia
DNF Trevor Connor (BC) Team Rio Grande/BCSM
DNF Alexander Cataford* (ON) Cycling BC
DNF William Blackburn (QC) Medique p/b Silbet Investments

Clara Hughes  (Specialized-lululemon) © Pasquale Stalteri Photography

June 21, 2012 (Lac-Megantic, QC) – Here are some brief unofficial results from the Elite/U23 Women’s 30km Time Trial at the 2012 COLD-FX Canadian Road Championships in Lac-Megantic, QC. Hughes defends her TT Elite title while Jasmin Glaesser* (BC) Cycling BC is the new U23 TT champ

Results

Elite Women

1. Clara Hughes (QC) Specialized-lululemon 39:42
2. Rhae-Christie Shaw (WA) Exergy TWENTY12 41:22
3. Julie Beveridge (AB) Equipe Vienne Futuroscope 42:36
4. Jasmin Glaesser* (BC) Cycling BC 42:41
5. Joelle Numainville (QC) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies 43:29
6. Annie Ewart* (BC) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies 44:07
7. Alizée Brien* (QC) Specialized-Mazda SGC 45:07
8. Denise Ramsden* (ON) Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies 45:16
9. Annick Dufour (QC) Stevens Racing p/b The Cyclery 45:31
10. Moriah MacGregor (BC) Cycling BC 46:06
11. Allison Bevridge* (Specialized-Mazda SGC) 47:12
12. Catherine Dessureault (RealDealRacing/LaBicicletta) 47:51
13. Evelyne Gagnon* (Equipe du Québec) 47:52
14. Adriane Provost* (Equipe du Québec) 47:59
15. Gabrielle Pilote Fortin* (Equipe du Québec) 48:01
16. Virginie Gauthier* (Specialized-Mazda SGC) 48:01
17. Sarah Rasmussen* (Team Ontario/Hamilton Cycling Club) 48:44
18. Veronik Bourgon (Infinit/Cycle Power) 48:52
19. Jozina Vander Klok (Powerwatts-FITTIME) 48:56
20. Heather Shearer (Infinit/Cycle Power) 49:03
21. Emily Flynn* (Team Ontario/Tommy and Lefebvre Cycling) 49:43
22. Ruth Mclean* (Powerwatts-FITTIME) 49:43
23. Josiane Boily* (Alma Acura Ultraviolet Devinci) 49:50
24. Nina Nesdoly* (Infinit/Cycle Power) 50:09
25. Audrey Bernard* (Powerwatts-FITTIME) 50:34
26. Ellen Watters (Outdoor Elements) 51:00
27. Justine Dallaire* (Powerwatts-FITTIME) 54:31
28. Hélène Pilote Fortin* (Equipe du Québec) 55:14
29. Elyse Nieuwold* (Team CHCH) 55:50
DNS Leah Kirchmann (Optum p/b Kelly Benefit Strategies)