World Champion Oscar Freire dedicated his victory on Sunday to his maternal grandmother, who has been very ill. Unfortunately, any victory celebrations and adulation back home in Torrelavega had to be postponed after she died today. They will now be held either on October 18 on October 22, but for Oscar those enjoyable events will certainly be tinged with sadness.
The Elite Men's World Championships on Sunday boiled down to a battle between the Italians and the Spanish, the two strongest teams in the race, not forgetting the contributions made at various times by the other national teams. Italy came away with some success, as Paolo Bettini failed by just 15 centimetres to beat his talented but injury stricken Mapei teammate, Oscar Freire, who took his second World Championship in three years. Bettini got the silver, but it wasn't the medal that the Italians wanted, despite placing four riders in the top 12.
Freire was having a good day, and his team worked completely for him, keeping the bunch together for an improbable mass sprint. The Italians on the other hand did not quite get it together, despite being in almost every breakaway.
Nine time Italian World's team member and now TV commentator Davide Cassani said that "The riders were ready. But there was a succession of small errors that cost us the victory even though Freire is a very difficult adversary to beat. Bettini made an error in countering Virenque with three laps to go to join Vicioso and Di Luca. The Spaniard stopped riding at once since he was with two Italians and the peloton reacted quickly."
"The Spanish riders gave everything for Freire, from the moment where they knew he was their best chance, without being concerned themselves with their personal classification. That was not the case with our team".
Not to put too finer point on it, it was the case of "Too many chiefs and not enough Indians" in the Italian camp. Paolo Lanfranchi's (accidental or not) chasing down of Gilberto Simoni in the final few kilometres is still being treated as a lapse with no real consequences, as the race was winding up for a big sprint at that stage. More concerning was that the team's best sprinter, Paolo Bettini, did not receive a lead out, even though Figueras, Bartoli and Lanfranchi finished 7th, 11th and 12th respectively.
"Franco Ballerini said to the team to make the race in the last two kilometres for Bettini, fastest in the sprint," added Cassani. "But things happened differently. There are practically no more 'gregarii' [domestiques, workers]...in Lisbon, there were eight or nine riders who said, 'Why not me?', who thought of becoming World Champion rather than riding for the team."
"It is not his [Ballerini's] fault," emphasized Cassani. "In his beginnings, Alfredo Martini also had to make his mark. Lisbon was Ballerini's first World Championships. He should be given time."
Slovenian sprinter and bronze medallist in the World's, Andrej Hauptman, has only been professional for three years, the whole time with Vini Caldirola (Tacconi Sport). The 26 year old has won only a few races, with his biggest win being the GP Fourmies in 2000. The victory helped to set his young career back on track, after he had been excluded from the 2000 Tour de France due to a high hematocrit.
In an interview with Slovenian daily Delo, Hauptman recalled that "My agent Enrico Maggioni said to me then to win a race and all that would be forgotten." After he won Fourmies: "No-one has ever spoken to me again since about the Tour de France."
Now he has a bronze medal in the World's - and an extra 200 UCI points to go with it. This has increased his value on the market to over 500,000 Euro, with teams such as Domo-Farm Frites and Cofidis being interested in him.
Hauptman comes from a country with a population of just 2 million, 17 of which are registered as professional cyclists, and one division II team: KRKA Telekom. Despite this, Slovenia is ranked 15th as a nation on the UCI scale, and six of its professionals are in the UCI top 300, with Hauptman ranked 41st.
By Jeff Jones
Although the final UCI men's rankings for the season won't be issued until November 15, 2001, the rankings following the World Championships are a good indication of who will be number one for the season. It is immediately apparent that the honour will go to German sprinting star, Erik Zabel (Telekom), who holds a commanding 426 point lead over Davide Rebellin (Liquigas). Zabel impressed many with his tenacity to compete in the Vuelta España and the World Road Championships, winning three stages in the former and placing fifth in the latter. He has thoroughly earned his top position this year, winning races from almost the start of the season. The rankings will undergo some more changes following the Tour of Lombardy, but Zabel is there to stay.
The women's rankings are final for the year, and the UCI world number one is Anna Millward (Aus) Saturn, with 733 points compared to second placed German, Judith Arndt's 684 points. Arndt moved up the rankings courtesy of her fourth place in the road race and fifth place in the time trial, overtaking both Zinaida Stahurskaia (who wasn't allowed to race) and Mirjam Melchers. Millward is certainly the Erik Zabel of the women's circuit, mainly winning one day races and stages in multiple day events. She started racing in January and is certainly looking forward to a rest!
The U23 men's rankings see Ukrainian World Champion Yaroslav Popovych complete dominate the category with 416 points, compared with his Italian amateur teammates Lorenzo Bernucci and Giampaolo Caruso, on 189 and 183 points respectively.
The junior men's rankings belong to Finnish rider Jukka Vastaranta on 356 points, 86 points ahead of Dutchman Niels Scheuneman and 116 points in front of Oleksandr Kvachuk (Ukr).
Elite Men - Individual 1 Erik Zabel (Ger) Team Deutsche Telekom 2,457.00 pts 2 Davide Rebellin (Ita) Liquigas-Pata 2,031.00 3 Lance Armstrong (USA) US Postal Service 1,713.00 4 Erik Dekker (Ned) Rabobank 1,711.00 5 Jan Ullrich (Ger) Team Deutsche Telekom 1,680.00 6 Francesco Casagrande (Ita) Fassa Bortolo 1,644.00 6 Gilberto Simoni (Ita) Lampre-Daikin 1,644.00 8 Paolo Bettini (Ita) Mapei-Quick Step 1,522.20 9 Oscar Sevilla Ribera (Spa) Kelme-Costa Blanca 1,493.00 10 Michael Boogerd (Ned) Rabobank 1,427.00 11 Dario Frigo (Ita) 1,251.00 12 Raimondas Rumsas (Ltu) Fassa Bortolo 1,187.00 13 Romans Vainsteins (Lat) Domo-Farm Frites 1,178.00 14 Joseba Beloki Dorronsoro (Spa) O.N.C.E.-Eroski 1,160.00 15 Jaan Kirsipuu (Est) Ag2R Prevoyance 1,084.00 16 Jens Voigt (Ger) Credit Agricole 1,078.50 17 David Millar (GBr) Cofidis 1,057.00 18 Beat Zberg (Swi) Rabobank 981.00 19 Levi Leipheimer (USA) US Postal Service 972.00 20 Laurent Jalabert (Fra) CSC Tiscali 945.00 Men's Teams Division I 1 Fassa Bortolo 7,676.00 pts 2 Team Deutsche Telekom 7,162.00 3 Rabobank 6,794.00 4 Mapei-Quick Step 6,583.00 5 Lotto-Adecco 6,339.00 Elite Women - Individual 1 Anna Millward (Aus) Saturn 733.00 pts 2 Judith Arndt (Ger) 684.00 3 Mirjam Melchers (Ned) Acca Due O-HP-Lorena Camicie 655.00 4 Zinaida Stahurskaia (Blr) Gas Sport Team 537.00 5 Nicole Brändli (Swi) Edilsavino 532.00 6 Edita Pucinskaite (Ltu) Alfa Lum R.S.M. 496.00 7 Rasa Polikeviciute (Ltu) Acca Due O-HP-Lorena Camicie 432.00 8 Susanne Ljungskog (Swe) Vlaanderen-T-Interim Ladies Team 417.00 9 Fabiana Luperini (Ita) Edilsavino 392.00 9 Petra Rossner (Ger) Saturn 392.00 Women's Teams 1 Saturn 1,707.00 pts 2 Acca Due O-HP-Lorena Camicie 1,448.00 3 Edilsavino 1,049.00 4 Alfa Lum R.S.M. 936.00 5 Gas Sport Team 881.00 U23 Men 1 Yaroslav Popovych (Ukr) 416 pts 2 Lorenzo Bernucci (Ita) 189 3 Giampaolo Caruso (Ita) 183 4 Ruslan Gryschenko (Ukr) 155 5 Christian Pfannberger (Aut) 150 6 Danny Pate (USA) 127 7 Andrey Kashechkin (Kaz) 116 8 Michele Scarponi (Ita) 105 9 Christophe Le Mevel (Fra) 103 10 Tom Boonen (Bel) 92 Junior Men 1 Jukka Vastaranta (Fin) 356 pts 2 Niels Scheuneman (Ned) 270 3 Oleksandr Kvachuk (Ukr) 240 4 Jurgen Van Den Broeck (Bel) 166 5 Christoph Meschenmoser (Ger) 105 6 Matthieu Perget (Fra) 95 7 Przemyslaw Pietrzak (Pol) 90 8 Johnny Hoogerland (Ned) 85 9 Blazej Janiaczyk (Pol) 81 10 Martyn Maaskant (Ned) 79 Full rankings
Germany is seeking to host the World Road Championships again, but it won't be until 2007. President of the German Cycling Federation, Sylvia Schenk, presented its candidature to the UCI on Sunday. The decision by the UCI will be made in 2003. Germany last hosted the World's in 1991 in Stuttgart.
The Masters Commission of the Union Cyclist International (UCI) has awarded the UCI World Masters Mountain Bike Championships to Bromont, Quebec, Canada for the years 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006. Represented by Événements Sportifs Bromont, this is Bromont's second mandate to host this major mountain biking event, as the event was staged there for 1999, 2000 and 2001, and will be again for 2002.
The UCI World Masters Championships, the official championship for mountain bikers over 30 years of age, has been held in Bromont, Québec since its creation as an independent event in 1999. Since its inception, the event has enjoyed constant annual growth. International participation has grown from 260 riders from 17 countries in 1999 to 453 riders from 22 countries in 2001.
As an integral part of the programming of the "Mondial du Vélo des Cantons-de-l'Est", the UCI World Masters Mountain Bike Championships will thus be presented in Bromont from August 27 to September 2, 2002, and annually thereafter until 2006.
By Gerard Knapp
Despite strict UCI regulations, a handful of manufacturers displayed bikes which were clearly under the minimum weight road bike limit of 6.8 kilograms. Nonetheless, the heart of these bikes - their frames - can be used for normal racing as long as the components help tip the scales over the UCI's limit.
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By Tim Maloney
Things have turned round completely for Danny Pate in just 12 months. At the 2000 Worlds in Plouay the lanky Colorado native was down in the dumps. His contract option with Team Saeco wasn't going to picked up by the Italian squad and he didn't have a ride lined up for 2001. But what a difference a year makes. Pate is leaving the 2001 Worlds with a rainbow jersey: U23 World TT Champion.
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Italian cyclist Filippo Simeoni (Cantina Tollo-Acqua & Sapone) has been requested to stop competing for 6 months by the anti-doping prosecutor in the Court of Ferrara. Simeoni, winner of stage 18 of the Vuelta, is accused of violating the Italian anti-doping laws. The penalty was lighter than he would normally have received, due to the fact that he offered to co-operate with the investigation. He admitted to taking growth hormone and testosterone, amongst other banned substances.
Silver medalist in the U23 World Championships, Giampaolo Caruso (Ita), has signed a contract for next season with the Spanish ONCE squad, directed by Manolo Saiz.
The Mapei-Quick Step team had a lock on the number one position in the UCI team rankings prior to this season, when it split into Domo-Farm Frites and Mapei-Quick Step. Although it lost its number one ranking, Mapei recovered well in the latter half of the season to finish fourth in division I, capped by a 1-2 finish in the World Championship Road Race. In UCI classed races this year, Mapei has recorded 47 victories - impressive for a "lean year".
Tour de Langkawi, 2 stages
Meisterschaft von Zurich
Giro di Lucca, 1 stage
Tour de Langkawi, 3 stages & overall
Tour of Rhodos, prologue & overall
Giro Riviera Ligure Ponente, 1 stage
Vuelta al Pais Vasco, 1 stage
Tour of Slovenia, 1 stage
Giro d'Italia, 1 stage
Giro Riviera Ligure Ponente, 1 stage & overall
Tour of Sweden, 1 stage
Hungarian TT Championship
Volta ao Alentejo, 1 stage & overall
Tour de l'Avenir, 2 stages
Tour de Haut-Var
Tour of Austria, 1 stage
Italian Road Championship
Omloop Het Volk
GP Citta di Camaiore
GP di Lugano
Omloop Groot Oostende
Vuelta al Pais Vasco, 1 stage
Tour de Suisse
Niedersachsen Rundfahrt, 1 stage
Tour of Germany, 1 stage
Tour of Sweden, 2 stages
Tour of Germany, 1 stage
Vuelta Burgos, 1 stage
World Road Championships
La Classic du GP de Beauce
Tour de Beauce
Volta ao Minho, stage & overall
Tour de l'Ain
Vuelta Burgos, 1 stage
Tour de l'Avenir, 1 stage
Peter Milostic and Olivia Gollan (both NSW) have won the men's and women's national points series classifications, with the final rankings being released following the Hornsby-Swansea. In the men's category, Milostic beat Victorian David Pell by 257 points, with Chris Brown (WA) taking third another 273 points behind. Gollan's winning margin was smaller in the women's category, beating Natalie Bates (NSW) by 80 points with Anna Millward (Vic) finishing third, another 57 points behind.
Men 1 Peter Milostic (NSW) 930 pts 2 David Pell (Vic) 673 3 Chris Brown (WA) 403 4 David McKenzie (Vic) 393 5 Kristjan Snorrason (Vic) 357 6 Ashley Humbert (NSW) 352 7 Klayten Smith (NSW) 332 8 Hout van Russell (SA) 311 9 Jonathon Davis (NSW) 309 10 Tyson Lawrence (WA) 303 11 Geoff Cook (NSW) 298 12 Chris Bradford (Vic) 284 13 Denis Mungoven (ACT) 279 14 Steven Williams (NSW) 256 15 Anthony Challinor (NSW) 255 16 Hilton McMurdo (WA) 246 17 Kevin Poulton (NSW) 231 18 Graeme Brown (NSW) 226 19 Phillip Thuaux (NSW) 221 20 Dan Smith (NSW) 220 Women 1 Olivia Gollan (NSW) 496 pts 2 Natalie Bates (NSW) 416 3 Anna Millward (Vic) 359 4 Naomi Williams (Tas) 294 5 Jennifer Manefield (NSW) 225 6 Helen Kelly (Vic) 216 7 Erin Philp (NSW) 180 8 Liz Young (Qld) 175 9 Rochelle Gilmore (NSW) 162 10 Sara Carrigan (Qld) 157 11 Oenone Wood (ACT) 153 12 Margaret Hemsley (NSW) 150 13 Jeanette Schwarz (NSW) 124 14 Emma Rickards (Vic) 112 15 Kym Shirley (Qld) 99 16 Dellys Franke (Vic) 97 17 Hayley Rutherford (WA) 94 18 Christine Riakos (NSW) 90 19 Brigid Evans (Qld) 88 20 Elizabeth Tadich (Vic) 77
By Tommy Campbell, Irish Independent/Evening Herald/Sunday Independent
The Shay Elliott cycling event which has been organised by the Bray Wheelers since the mid-sixties will be part of the Union Cycliste Internationale calendar next season. This is a major coup for the Wheelers who are no strangers to organising top class events. It was only last month that they intimated a desire to organise a race for the UCI. The date pencilled in is April 28. It is fitting that the trophy race is the first single day event to be recognised by the UCI in Ireland.
It will be all hands to the wheel as there is a lot of work to be put in place in the next couple of weeks. Naturally sponsorship will play a pivotal role, as there are requirements in relation to having overseas teams on the start line.
One of the most illustrious names on the trophy donated by Shay Elliott when he hung up his wheels in the early '70's after an illustrious career is Sean Kelly. Both Irishmen are still renowned for there exploits on the roads of Europe.
The action intensifies this coming weekend as the Mid-Atlantic Cyclo-cross Championship Series (MAC) presents back to back races with Beacon Cyclo-Cross on Saturday and Subaru Cyclo-Cross at Monkey Hill on Sunday. The weekend starts with Beacon Cyclo-Cross in Bridgeton, New Jersey. Race promoter Brian Burgess describes the course "as something totally different." A mix of hard packed, sandy roads, a sandpit; rideable climbs and killer run-ups should be expected. Notice the multiple mention of the word "sand"! In the Women's race, the battle between Jen Dial (Independent Fabrications), Round 1 winner, and Katie Compton (Wooden Wheels), the winner of last week's Granogue Challenge, is expected to heat-up. Both are looking for their second MAC win but they may have more than each other to worry about as Jennifer Leonard (Evolution Racing) and Josie Shew (First State Velo) are tied for the series lead going into Saturday's race.
In the Men's Elite field, Ryan DeWald (Beans-Rheinhardt) and Bill Elliston (Jaeger Wheelmen) both have one win apiece. Elliston, the defending MAC champion, is focused on the 2001 title but DeWald wears the leader's jersey after another strong finish at Granogue. Saturday's field should include challengers such as Kris Auer (LSV/Trek/VW), Sean Groom (Snow Valley), Greg Ferguson (Trek/VW) and Mike Yozell (Guys Bicycles).
Sunday is Subaru Cyclo-Cross at Monkey Hill in Wilmington, Delaware. One of only two internationally sanctioned races on the MAC schedule, this race always features top national and international talent. In its fifth year, the race is held to promote awareness and education about Hepatitis C Virus, a deadly liver disease that affects 3-4 million Americans.
Because the race is one of the few on the calendar where riders can score points towards their international ranking, the level of competition is fierce. Last year the powerhouse professional team of Mark McCormack (Saturn) and Tim Johnson (Saturn) rode to a 1-2 finish, besting German riders Tobias Nestle (Focus) and Jens Reuker (Rothaus). Many top riders are expected to make a return appearance in the Men's Elite race this year along with other notables such as Mark Gullickson (Mongoose/Hyundai) and Alex Candelario (Big Shark/Cannondale) who did not compete in Wilmington last year.
1999 and 2000 SuperCup champion Ann Grande (Kona/Voicestream) dominated last year's Elite Women's race. Second place went to Carmen (Richardson) D'Aluisio (Sobe/Headshock) and local rider Katie Compton riding for Trek/VW took third place honours. This year's race should be a battle of the top women in 'cross with riders like Carmen D'Aluisio, Katie Compton and Jen Dial already scheduled to appear.
Racing starts at Beacon Cyclo-Cross on Saturday October 20,2001 at 9am with the Elite Women's race starting at 12pm. The Elite Men get under way at 1pm.
Sunday's action at Subaru Cyclo-Cross kicks off at 9:30. Elite Women start at noon and the Elite Men begin their battle for UCI points at 2pm. In between the two Elite cyclo-Cross races, there will be an Elite cross-country running race. The final event of the day will be The Bulova Whitten's Fine Jewelry Challenge. A one-lap duel for a Bulova watch waged between the top Elite runner and the top Elite cyclist.
The British cyclo-cross season is now in full swing, and Sunday October 21 sees the first event of this winter's five-round National Trophy series. The venue is Pitville Park in Cheltenham, and the promoting club Cheltenham & County CC, who staged their first National Trophy event at the same venue last season. The opening round often produces some surprises. Some key riders have moved on to a new age category, while other top competitors may be resting after a long road or mountain bike season.
The Senior/Elite event will be missing last year's winner and National Champion Roger Hammond (Collstrop), who will be in action later in the campaign, but most of the other top riders will be present. Stuart Blunt (Corridori) won last season's opening round, and has already got off to a winning start this year, but with Belgian based Matt Ellis (Ace RT), former champions Barrie Clarke (Diamondback), Nick Craig (Diamondback) and Steve Knight (MI Racing) all lining-up, he will need to maintain his form. World Class Performance riders Phil Dixon and Tim Morley also take the start and, with Dixon having already notched up a couple of good wins in Notts & Derby events, he could be the one to watch. Dixon will also be eligible for the under-23 title, currently held by Shaun Snodden (Ace RT). Another rider with the under-23 crown in his sights will be Peter Middlehurst (Octagon VC), who has hit a rich vein of form since moving to South Yorkshire from East Anglia.
In the Junior event, most of last year's top riders have moved up to the under-23s, leaving Craig Cooke (Cardiff Ajax CC), brother of multiple World Champion Nicole, as a likely favourite. Last season's Youth series winner Richard Kipling (Merlin Cycles) and the fast improving Steven Roach (Rugby Velo) could also be in the frame. National Youth Champion Sammy Cotton (Ancillotti UK) continues for a further year at that level, and will be tough to beat, while the women's competition looks like a battle between Isla Rowntree (Stourbridge CC) and Sue Thomas (Team Y2K).
The Veteran Trophy has produced some of the closest racing in recent seasons, and the majority of the "usual suspects" will be in action once again. The Ace RT pair of Martin Booth and Martin Eadon shared the major honours last season, but they will be keeping one eye open for a possible challenge from newcomers to the veteran ranks Steve Barron (VC Lincoln) and Mick Bell (London Fire Brigade CC). In the over 50s, Vic Barnett (Welland Valley Wheelers) and John Atkins (Coventry Road Club) could be threatened by Les Lloyd (Didcot Phoenix CC), twice the National Veteran Champion in the early 1990s.
The race start times are as follows: Youth 10.30, Veterans 11.15, Juniors 13.15, Women 13.16, Seniors 14.15. There is no charge for spectators.
Major Races and Events
September 7-29, 2002: Vuelta a España (GT) - Preview, stage list
May 11-June 2, 2002: Giro d'Italia (GT) - Preview, stage list, photos
July 6-28, 2002: Tour de France (GT) - Full preview & official route details
December 8: Superprestige Rd 5 (Cat. 1) - Erwin Vervecken
November 29-December 4: Six Days of Noumea (6D) - Sassone/Neuville victorious
November 26-December 1: Six Days of Zurich (6D) - Day 6 - McGrory/Gilmore/Schnider win
December 1: Melbourne Cup on Wheels (IM) - Scott Moller, Keirin, Sprint, Support races
December 2: Cyclo-cross World Cup #2 (CDM) - Sven Nijs again
November 24-December 3: Juegos Deportivos Centroamericanos (JR) - Final results
December 8-9: Frankfurter Rad-Cross (Cat. 2) - Alex Mudroch, UK National Trophy Series #4 (Cat. 3) - Roger Hammond, Grote Prijs Industrie Bosduin - Kalmthout (Cat. 1) - Bart Wellens, Int. Radquer Obergösgen (Cat. 2) - Björn Rondelez, Trofeo Mamma e Papa Guerciotti (Cat. 3) - Enrico Franzoi, Premio Egondo (Cat 3) - David Seco, Irish cyclo-cross championships - Robin Seymour
Results: local racing
Australia - CycleWest Promotions Omnium Series #2, Eastern Suburbs Summer Criterium Series, Carnegie Caulfield Tuesday criterium, Southern Cross Junior Track Open & Madison Cup, Manly Warringah CC, George Town Track Carnival, Carnegie Caulfield CC, Randwick Botany CC, Gold Coast CATS CC, Caesar's Illawarra CC, Caesar's Illawarra (track)
Denmark - Danish cyclo-cross Post Cup #3
Italy - Gran Premio Città di Bassano
Luxembourg - GP De Kopstal
New Zealand - Cyco Criterium series
Spain - Elorrio cyclo-cross
USA - Georgia Cross Series Championship, Chimborazo Grand Prix cyclo-cross, Boulder Cross Rd 6, New Mexico State Cyclo-x Champs, Sorrento Cyclo-x & California State Champ's, Boulder Cross Rd 5, Verge New England series, Northampton CC Cyclo-cross Championships, Chris Cross International CycloCross
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