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Monday morning news – 22/08/05

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The podium at Newport Photo: Gavin Percy

Women’s World Cup
Results from the Welsh GP at Newport on August 20, a round of the UCI Women’s World Cup. As we previously reported Nicole Cooke was a non starter, she has suggested that she will be back for the World Championships later in the year. In Newport it was the current World Champion, Judith Arndt (Equipe Nurnberger) winning a bunch sprint from 20-odd riders who had made the final selection.
More pictures and full report: here

1. Judith Arndt, Equipe Nurnberger 3h13’11”
2. Susanne Ljungskog, Buitenpoort-Flexipoint Team 3h13’13” @ 02″
3. Oenone Wood, Equipe Nurnberger 3h13’13” @ s/t
4. Anita Valen, Vlaanderen-Capri Sonne-T Inter 3h13’13” @ s/t
5. Modesta Vzesniauskaite, Nobili Rubinetterie – Menikini 3h13’13” @ s/t
6. Andrea Graus, Elk Haus-Tirol Noe 3h13’13” @ s/t
7. Mirjam Melchers-van Poppel, Buitenpoort-Flexipoint Team 3h13’13” @ s/t
8. Theresa Senff, Van Bemmelen-AA Drink 3h13’13” @ s/t
9. Sue Palmer-Komar, Canada 3h13’13” @ s/t
10. Svetlana Bubenkova, Team PMB Fenixs – Daccordi 3h13’13” @ s/t
Also
23. Rachel Heal, Great Britain 3h13’41” @ s/t
24. Emma Pooley, Great Britain 3h13’41” @ s/t
25. Wendy Houvenaghel, Raleigh-ERV 3h13’56” @ 45″
32. Helen Wyman, Great Britain 3h14’05” @ s/t
39. Brenda Pennell, Raleigh-ERV 3h18’17” @ 05’06”
40. Catherine Hare, Great Britain 3h18’17” @ s/t
46. Emma Silversides, Raleigh-ERV 3h22’10” @ 08’59”
47. Emma Davies, Vlaanderen-Capri Sonne-T Inter 3h23’18” @ 10’07”

Surrey League Revolutions 5 Day
The UK’s top pros continue to fly around Surrey… Here are the first stage results and overall after stage 3b. The Tour finishes tomorrow, more then…

August 19, 2005 – Stage 1 – Milland Area – E/1/2/3 – 100 miles
1. Yanto Barker Team DFL – 03:49:10
2. Rob Sharman – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 03:49:17
3. Duncan Urquhart – Viner Bikes/Agisko – 03:49:43
4. Evan Oliphant – Recycling.co.uk ‘B’ – 03:53:48
5. Ben Greenwood – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 03:53:48
6. Dean Downing – Recycling.co.uk ‘B’ – 03:53:58
7. Chris Wilemse – Plowman Craven – 03:53:58
8. Timmy Barry – Team Munster – 03:53:58
9. Nick Craig – Scott UK – 03:54:31
10. Magnus Backstedt – Liquigas Bianchi – 03:57:46

August 20, 2005 – Stage 2 – Wivelsfield Area – E/1/2/3 – 98 miles
1. Julian Winn – Pinarello RT – 03:43:18
2. Gary Dodd – Sigma Sport RT – 03:43:18
3. Wesley Cole – Plowman Craven – 03:43:18
4. Shaun Snodden – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 03:43:18
5. Martin Ford – Team DFL – 03:43:21
6. Chris Newton – Recycling.co.uk ‘B’ – 03:43:21
7. Russell Downing – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 03:43:21
8. Rob Partridge – Fujibikes UK – 03:43:21
9. Ben Greenwood – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 03:43:21
10. Yanto Barker – Team DFL – 03:43:21

August 21, 2005 – Stage 3a – Goodwood Time Trial – E/1/2/3 – 2.4 miles
1. Chris Newton Recycling.co.uk ‘B’ E 00:04:35
2. Benjamin Hallam Team DFL E 00:04:46
3. Ryan Connor Team DFL E 00:04:49
4. Neil Coleman – Cycleurope-Bianchi – 00:04:51
5. Rob Sharman – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 00:04:52
5. Yanto Barker – Team DFL – 00:04:52
7. Russell Downing – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 00:04:53
8. Chris Birch – Evans Cycles RT – 00:04:54
8. Paul Healion – Private Member – 00:04:54
10. Daniel Davies – agiskoviner.com – 00:04:55

August 21, 2005 – Stage 3b – Goodwood Area – E/1/2/3 – 85 miles
1. Julian Winn – Pinarello RT – 03:25:35
2. Neil Coleman – Cycleurope-Bianchi – 03:25:35
3. Gary Hand – Viner Bikes/Agisko – 03:25:35
4. Dean Downing – Recycling.co.uk ‘B’ – 03:25:35
5. Tony Gibb – Plowman Craven – 03:25:57
6. Yanto Barker – Team DFL – 03:25:57
7. Russell Downing – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 03:25:57
8. Evan Oliphant – Recycling.co.uk ‘B’ – 03:25:57
9. Rob Sharman – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 03:25:57
10. Dale Appleby – Fujibikes UK – 03:25:57

August 19 – 23, 2005 – General Classification after stage 3b
1. Yanto Barker – Team DFL – 11:03:20
2. Rob Sharman – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 11:03:27
3. Duncan Urquhart – Viner Bikes/Agisko – 11:06:01
4. Evan Oliphant – Recycling.co.uk ‘B’ – 11:08:09
5. Chris Wilemse – Plowman Craven – 11:08:46
6. Ben Greenwood – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 11:10:12
7. Timmy Barry – Team Munster – 11:10:23
8. Dean Downing – Recycling.co.uk ‘B’ – 11:10:24
9. Julian Winn – Pinarello RT – 11:11:43
10. Russell Downing – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 11:11:57
11. Gary Hand – Viner Bikes/Agisko – 11:11:59
12. Magnus Backstedt – Liquigas Bianchi – 11:12:15
13. Dale Appleby – Fujibikes UK – 11:12:18
14. Chris Newton – Recycling.co.uk ‘B’ – 11:13:43
15. Wesley Cole – Plowman Craven – 11:14:03
16. Gary Dodd – Sigma Sport RT – 11:14:19
17. Ian Bibby – Trek UK – 11:14:24
18. Steven Roach – Trek UK – 11:14:29
19. Paul Manning – Recycling.co.uk ‘A’ – 11:14:41
20. Philip Dixon – Team DFL – 11:15:58

Hamilton racing again
Tyler Hamilton is back on his bike winning the Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb
Pinkham Notch, NH, USA on Saturday, narrowly missing a record time for the climb and showing he hasn’t lost much form. Veteran Mountain bike Ned Overend wound back the years to finish in 4th place some 4 minute back.
1. Tyler Hamilton, Boulder, Colorado, 51:11
2. Anthony Colby, Dedham, Massachusetts, 55:12
3. Philip Wong, Gloucester, Massachusetts, 55:19
4. Ned Overend, Durango, Colorado, 55:21
5. Jess Anthony, Beverly, Massachusetts, 1:00:02
Talking to Velonews.com he said:
“This is my first race in 11 months,” said Hamilton, who is appealing a two-year suspension for blood doping but was able to compete at Mt. Washington because it is an independent, unsanctioned event “I could have told you at the bottom that the wind would make it tough to get a record,” he added.

Marshalls needed for Notts stage of ToB
Due to a few changes at the finish at Nottingham on Friday 2nd September some places have become available for volunteer marshals. Please contact British Cycling’s Rob Jeffereies for details – Benefits in kind include; Official Tour of Britain Nike t-shirt, bag and sportmonth T, programme, whistle and free bronze membership of British Cycling.

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