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Results and Reports for June 3
Etupes-Delles - 1.12.1
France, June 1, 2000
1 Gaël Perry (Fra) CC Etupes 3.29.42 2 Mark Scanlon (Irl) CC Etupes 0.10 3 Cyrille Noo (Fra) SC Sarreguemines 2.00 4 Régis Lhuiller (Fra) EC Toul 2.15 5 Grzegorz Zoledziowki (Pol) CC Etupes 2.20 6 Raphaël Ruffinoni (Fra) UV Aube 3.00 7 Anthony Giuriato (Fra) SC Sarreguemines 3.03 8 Peter Milostic (Aus) ASPTT Nancy 9 Sébastien Loigerot (Fra) Charvieu-Chavagneux IC 10 Raphaël Jeune (Fra) CC Etupes 11 Jérôme Gannat (Fra) CC Etupes 12 Nicolas Andre (Fra) CC Etupes 13 Laurent Chotard (Fra) CC Nogent-sur-Oise 14 Yvan Boos (Fra) AC Thann 15 Pascal Pofilet (Fra) CC Etupes 16 Emmanuel Bonnot (Fra) VCCMM 17 Pascal Pharisien (Fra) CC Belfort-Miotte 18 David Pagnier (Fra) Charvieu-Chavagneux IC 19 Jérôme Rouyer (Fra) EC Toul 20 Martial Locatelli (Fra) Jean Floc'h-Mantes 21 Mickaël Leveau (Fra) CC Nogent-sur-Oise 22 Stéphane Houillon (Fra) SC Sarreguemines 23 Daniel Senn (Swi) Saeco-Wetzikon 24 Ludovic Collignon (Fra) SC Sarreguemines 25 Greg Balland (Fra) SC Sarreguemines 26 Roger Leuenberger (Swi) Team Scheidegger Homann 7.49 27 Jean-Luc Pfrimmer (Fra) AV Beaulieu-Mandeure 16.48 28 Sylvain Maillot (Fra) EC Port-sur-Saone 29 Cédric Jeanroch (Fra) CC Etupes 30 Bruno Dreyer (Swi) Team Sinalco 31 Engueran Billod-Laillet (Fra) VC Ornanais 19.37 Results courtesy of Velomania
Dortmund-Brackel, Germany, June 1, 2000
Hohenfelder-Concorde manager, Ole Ternes was stoked with his Australian team members today in the 62nd edition of the International Westfalenpreis in Dortmund, Germany. Corey Sweet placed first, with Peter Rogers 2nd and Nick Gates 5th in the 132 kilometre race.
A strong field of 120 riders contested 15 laps of an 8.8 kilometre twisting course. A strong wind meant that after 30 kilometres, the first serious break formed. Daniel Potthoff, Daniel Aeschlimann and Corey Sweet gained a minute on the bunch, but were chased down by Dutch team Löwik who used all ten men. They were caught at 60 kilometres, but the bunch did not last long together. At kilometre 70, 14 riders split off the front, among them Sweet, Rogers, Gates (Hohenfelder), Michel Cerneus and Bram Tankink (Löwik).
This was still a bit big for the Australians, who drove it until there were only five left. Cerneus and Tankink (Löwik) versus the three Australian Hohenfelder boys. The outcome was inevitable: Sweet attacked, and the others let him go. Rogers held off Cerneus in the sprint, with Tankink a little further back in fourth. Nick Gates had dropped back but still managed to win the bunch sprint for 5th.
Results - 132 km
1. Corey Sweet (Aus) Team Hohenfelder-Concorde 2. Peter Rogers (Aus) Team Hohenfelder-Concorde 3. Michel Cerneus (Ned) Löwik Meubelen-Tegeltoko 4. Bram Tankink (Ned) Löwik Meubelen-Tegeltoko 5. Nick Gates (Aus) Team Hohenfelder-Concorde