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International Cycling Classic - Superweek - NE

USA, July 8 -24, 2005

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Stage 3 - July 10 : First National Bank Maritime Bay Classic, Manitowoc, WI, 100/60km

Pate Scores Win In Manitowoc

Danny Pate (Jelly Belly/Pool Gel) sprinted to a win at the Holy Family Memorial 100 criterium in Manitowoc tonight. Pate was part of a group of 12 riders who lapped the field with 10 miles remaining in the race and won the bunch sprint to the line. Karl Menzies (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour), winner of last night's race in Menasha, nearly pulled off the win by attacking the field with 2 miles remaining but was caught on the last lap and went on to finish 11th.

David McCook (Jelly Belly/Pool Gel) led out his teammate Pate for the win and finished 12th to retain the yellow jersey as overall series leader with a narrow five-point lead over Menzies. Frank Pipp (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour) bridged to the early breakaway and picked up more points in the Midwest Airlines Sprint Competition to retain the red jersey. The Advantage Benefits/Endeavour team now holds the top three positions in the sprint standings.

The race, the final event of today's First National Bank Maritime Bay Classic, took place in ideal conditions on a warm evening in Manitowoc. The race course, at 0.7 miles in length and with wide streets, typically produces a fast race and tonight was no exception. Tonight's race also followed an early pattern in this year's International Cycling Classic as the decisive breakaway formed early within the first five miles of the race when nine riders pulled away from the pack. Included in the break were three riders from Advantage Benefits/Endeavour: Menzies, Garrett Peltonen, and Nick Reistad. Victor Ayala (Kahala LaGrange) eventually dropped off the back of the group as the riders gained time on the field with Advantage Benefits/Endeavour covering all chase attempts behind.

Although the remaining eight riders in the break had the back of the main field in sight on several occasions, they were never able to lap the field until a group of four chasers caught them with 20 miles remaining. Frank Pipp was one of the four chasing riders, giving Advantage Benefits/Endeavour four riders in the break and sufficient horsepower to finally catch the field. Menzies made his daring bid for victory with three laps remaining, but the McGuire/Langdale and Jelly Belly/Pool Gel teams worked hard to pull him back during the last lap to set up the sprint with Pate winning over Erik Saunders (McGuire/Langdale).

In the women's event, Magen Long (OBRU/The Bicycle Store) who was runner-up last night in Menasha to Catherine Powers (TDS Schwalbe) turned the tables and beat Powers in the final sprint. The two riders are now tied atop the overall standings with Long wearing the yellow jersey based on a tiebreaker. Long's teammate Kelly Benjamin (The Bicycle Store) holds a commanding lead in the Midwest Airlines Sprint Competition.


Pro & Cat 1/2 Men
1 Danny Pate (Jelly Belly/PoolGel)                      
2 Erik Saunders (McGuire/Langdale Pro CT)               
3 Garrett Peltonen (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)       
4 Frank Pipp (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)             
5 Paul Martin (Texas Roadhouse)                         
6 Glen Mitchell (Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada)           
7 John Puffer (ABD Cycling Team)                        
8 Karl Bordine (Team Helens)                            
9 Jens Mouris (AXA Cycling Team)                        
10 Emile Abraham (Team Monex)                           
11 Karl Menzies (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)          
12 David McCook (Jelly Belly/PoolGel)                   
13 Joshua Goodwin (Team Monex)                          
14 Jackson Stewart (Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada)        
15 (unknown rider)                                      
16 Scott Allen (Team Rubicon)                           
17 Carlos Alzate (Colombian National Team)              
18 Zach Fiocca (Higher Gear)                            
19 John Acker (Wheel & Sprocket)                        
20 Andrew Crater (Wheel and Sprocket)                   
21 David Kay (Great Dane Velo Club)                     
22 Jamiel Danesh (McGuire Cycling)                      
23 Phil Wikoff (Cane Creek Cycling Components)          
24 Reid Mumford (ABD Cycling Team)                      
25 Diego Garavito                                       
26 Rahsaan Bahati (McGuire/Langdale Pro CT)             
27 Carlos Uran (Colombian National Team)                
28 Marco Aledia (Texas Roadhouse)                       
29 Mikkel Bossen (Team Oregon)                          
30 Colin Beardsley (McGuire/Langdale Pro CT)            
31 James Van Toever (Krystal)                           
32 Ryan Nenninger (ABD Cycling Team)                    
33 John Slover (Sotheby's)                              
34 Steen Rose (Matrix Cycle Club)                       
35 Peter Andersen (Vegas Velo Racing Team)              
Sprint 1
1 Emile Abraham (Team Monex)                            
2 Karl Menzies (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)           
3 Garrett Peltonen (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)       
4 Nicholas Reistad (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)       
5 Erik Saunders (McGuire/Langdale Pro CT)               
6 Paul Martin (Texas Roadhouse)                         
7 Danny Pate (Jelly Belly/PoolGel)                      
Sprint 2
1 Garrett Peltonen (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)       
2 Karl Menzies (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)           
3 Emile Abraham (Team Monex)                            
4 Erik Saunders (McGuire/Langdale Pro CT)               
5 Nicholas Reistad (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)       
6 Paul Martin (Texas Roadhouse)                         
7 Glen Mitchell (Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada)           
Sprint 3
1 Emile Abraham (Team Monex)                            
2 Garrett Peltonen (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)       
3 Karl Menzies (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)           
4 Danny Pate (Jelly Belly/PoolGel)                      
5 Paul Martin (Texas Roadhouse)                         
6 Nicholas Reistad (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)       
7 Glen Mitchell (Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada)           
Sprint 4
1 Frank Pipp (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)             
2 Karl Menzies (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)           
3 Jens Mouris (AXA Cycling Team)                        
4 Paul Martin (Texas Roadhouse)                         
5 Danny Pate (Jelly Belly/PoolGel)                      
6 Garrett Peltonen (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)       
7 Glen Mitchell (Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada)           
Pro & Cat 1/2/3 Women
1 Magen Long (OBRU/The Bicycle Store)                   
2 Catherine Powers (TDS Schwalbe)                       
3 Leigh Valletti (Travelgirl Magazine)                  
4 Jenette Williams (HPC Cycling)                        
5 Brooke O'Connor (Hub Racing)                          
6 Elizabeth Morse (T.E.A.M. Fuji)                       
7 Sheba Farrin (Hub Racing)                             
8 Gina Voci (Defeet)                                    
9 Samantha Schneider (Coyote)                           
10 Jana Repulski (Team Tamarack)                        
11 Nichole Wangsgard (Subway)                           
12 Jennifer Yaeso (Vitamin Cottage Cycling Team)        
13 Brei Gudesell (BikeNZ Women's Development Squad)     
14 Deborah Borden (Travelgirl Magazine)                 
15 Stacey Bertsch (Mercy Cycling Team)                  
16 Debbie Dust (Team Kenda Tire)                        
17 Rachel O'Connell                                     
18 Trudy Van Der Straaten (Team Kenda Tire)             
19 Mindi Martin (Mercy Cycling Team)                    
20 Courtenay Brown (McGuire Cycling)                    
21 Anne Meyer (Mercy-Specialized)                       
22 Melissa Cox (Mercy Cycling Team)                     
23 Patricia Kaufmann (Team Wisconsin)                   
24 Robin Farina (DeFeet)                                
25 Lauren Gaffney (Ford-Basis)                          
26 Patricia Palmer (America's Dairyland)                
27 Carrieann Kopernik (Nova/ISCorp)                     
28 Julie Tatar (America's Dairyland)                    
29 Marianne Holt (Travelgirl Magazine)                  
30 Megan Monroe (PCW Cycling)                           
Sprint 1
1 Kelly Benjamin (The Bicycle Store)                    
2 Leigh Valletti (Travelgirl Magazine)                  
3 Magen Long (OBRU/The Bicycle Store)                   
4 Lisa Vetterlein (Team Kenda Tire)                     
5 Katie Weber (Team Kenda Tire)                         
Sprint 2
1 Kelly Benjamin (The Bicycle Store)                    
2 Catherine Powers (TDS Schwalbe)                       
3 Magen Long (OBRU/The Bicycle Store)                   
4 Mindi Martin (Mercy Cycling Team)                     
5 Leigh Valletti (Travelgirl Magazine)                  
Sprint 3
1 Kelly Benjamin (The Bicycle Store)                    
2 Magen Long (OBRU/The Bicycle Store)                   
3 Catherine Powers (TDS Schwalbe)                       
4 Leigh Valletti (Travelgirl Magazine)                  
5 Gina Voci (Defeet)                                    
Points standings
Overall - Pro/1/2 Men
1 David McCook (Jelly Belly/PoolGel)                  45 pts
2 Karl Menzies (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)         40
3 Frank Pipp (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)           35
4 Hilton Clarke (Navigators Insurance)                33
5 Garrett Peltonen (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)     33
6 Danny Pate (Jelly Belly/PoolGel)                    32
7 Jose Serpa (Colombian National Team)                32
8 Dennis Haueissen (Team RSH)                         27
9 Andrew Crater (Wheel and Sprocket)                  25
10 John Murphy (Team Krystal)                         25
11 Emile Abraham (Team Monex)                         21
12 Paul Martin (Texas Roadhouse)                      20
13 Erik Saunders (McGuire/Langdale Pro CT)            19
14 Carlos Vargas (Team Monex)                         19
15 Alexander Candelario (Jelly Belly/PoolGel)         16
16 Glen Mitchell (Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada)        15
17 Richard England (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)     15
18 John Puffer (ABD Cycling Team)                     14
19 Rahsaan Bahati (McGuire/Langdale Pro CT)           14
20 Karl Bordine (Team Helens)                         13
21 Jacob Nielsen (Glud & Marstrand Horsens)           13
22 Jens Mouris (AXA Cycling Team)                     12
23 Carlos Uran (Colombian National Team)              11
24 Alexander Gonzalez (Colombian National Team)       11
25 Marco Rios (Kahala-LaGrange)                        9
26 Joshua Goodwin (Team Monex)                         8
27 Victor Ayala (Kahala-LaGrange)                      8
28 Zach Fiocca (Higher Gear)                           8
29 Jackson Stewart (Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada)       7
30 Scott Allen (Team Rubicon)                          7
31 Tyler Wren (Colavita Olive Oil/Sutter Home)         6
32 Arles Castro (Colombian National Team)              6
33 Robert Sczepurek (Team RSH)                         5
34 Carlos Alzate (Colombian National Team)             4
35 Todd Henriksen (Team Krystal)                       4
36 Robert White (PCW Cycling)                          4
37 Diego Garavito                                      3
38 John Acker (Wheel & Sprocket)                       2
39 Michael Ebert (ABD Cycling Team)                    2
40 Jason Allen (McGuire/Langdale Pro CT)               1
Men sprints
1 Frank Pipp (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)           59 pts
2 Garrett Peltonen (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)     41
3 Karl Menzies (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)         38
4 Andrew Crater (Wheel and Sprocket)                  38
5 Emile Abraham (Team Monex)                          26
6 Jens Mouris (AXA Cycling Team)                      21
7 Alexander Candelario (Jelly Belly/PoolGel)          12
8 John Murphy (Team Krystal)                          12
9 Paul Martin (Texas Roadhouse)                       11
10 Jacob Nielsen (Glud & Marstrand Horsens)           11
11 Hilton Clarke (Navigators Insurance)               10
12 Nicholas Reistad (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)     9
13 Danny Pate (Jelly Belly/PoolGel)                    8
14 Erik Saunders (McGuire/Langdale Pro CT)             7
15 David McCook (Jelly Belly/PoolGel)                  7
16 Rahsaan Bahati (McGuire/Langdale Pro CT)            5
17 Brian Sheedy (Advantage Benefits/Endeavour)         4
18 Carlos Julian Quintero (Colombian National Team)    3
19 Glen Mitchell (Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada)         3
20 John Acker (Wheel & Sprocket)                       2
21 Joshua Goodwin (Team Monex)                         2
22 Aram Dellalian (Amgen Cycling Club)                 2
23 Whitey DeBroux (Pro Peloton/Paketa)                 1
24 Diego Garavito                                      1
25 Robert White (PCW Cycling)                          1
1 Magen Long (OBRU/The Bicycle Store)                 39 pts
2 Catherine Powers (TDS Schwalbe)                     39
3 Brooke O'Connor (Hub Racing)                        33
4 Elizabeth Morse (T.E.A.M. Fuji)                     30
5 Gina Voci (Defeet)                                  27
6 Nichole Wangsgard (Subway)                          26
7 Leigh Valletti (Travelgirl Magazine)                19
8 Deborah Borden (Travelgirl Magazine)                19
9 Sarah Caravella (T.E.A.M. Fuji)                     18
10 Jana Repulski (Team Tamarack)                      18
11 Jenette Williams (HPC Cycling)                     17
12 Jennifer Yaeso (Vitamin Cottage Cycling Team)      17
13 Sheba Farrin (Hub Racing)                          14
14 Daniele Staskal (BIANCHI/BMW)                      13
15 Samantha Schneider (Coyote)                        12
16 Renee Eastman (Vitamin Cottage Cycling Team)       11
17 Rebecca Wellons (Gear Works Cyclery)               10
18 Jennifer Green (Travelgirl)                         9
19 Brei Gudesell (BikeNZ Women's Development Squad)    8
20 Stacey Bertsch (Mercy Cycling Team)                 6
21 Megan Monroe (PCW Cycling)                          6
22 Debbie Dust (Team Kenda Tire)                       5
23 Lauren Gaffney (Ford-Basis)                         5
24 Rachel O'Connell                                    4
25 Sara LeGrand (BMW/Bianchi)                          4
26 Trudy Van Der Straaten (Team Kenda Tire)            3
27 Robin Farina (DeFeet)                               3
28 Mindi Martin (Mercy Cycling Team)                   2
29 Nicole Raspa (Hub Racing)                           2
30 Courtenay Brown (McGuire Cycling)                   1
Women sprints
1 Kelly Benjamin (The Bicycle Store)                  30 pts
2 Magen Long (OBRU/The Bicycle Store)                 17
3 Catherine Powers (TDS Schwalbe)                     15
4 Leigh Valletti (Travelgirl Magazine)                 9
5 Courtenay Brown (McGuire Cycling)                    6
6 Rebecca Wellons (Gear Works Cyclery)                 4
7 Gina Voci (Defeet)                                   3
8 Mindi Martin (Mercy Cycling Team)                    2
9 Lisa Vetterlein (Team Kenda Tire)                    2
10 Katie Weber (Team Kenda Tire)                       1
11 Laura Downey (America's Dairyland)                  1