totalbike.gif Bicycle Productsfrontclass.gifStolen BikesBicyce RepairBicycle GallerySearch BicycleAbout Total Bike
Road Racing News for 7/13/01 [infociclismo]
Racing News for 7/13/01+ TOUR DE FRANCE

STAGE 6: Estonian Jaan Kirsipuu (AG2R) was the fastest in the bunch sprint to take the sixth stage, while Australian Stuart O'Grady remains one more day in yellow. The stage was far from a rest day after yesterday’s team time
trial, since there were attacks almost from the start. The “attack of the day” came at km 44 when Axel Merckx (Domo) took off and was joined by Michele Bartoli (Mapei), Laurent Brochard (Delatour), Rik Verbrughe (Lotto)
& Frederic Bessy (Credit Agricole), making it a dangerous break. The quintet opened and maintained a 3 minute gap, since they all cooperated, except for Bessy, who was riding as policeman for O’Grady. Behind, Credit Agricole led
the peloton to maintain the break at a sensible distance. With 35 kms to go, the advantage remained at 2:43, with Bartoli sparking things up in the lead group. It would be a valiant effort, but the longest breakaway of this
edition of the Tour would come to an end in the last 30 kms. With the peloton back together it was up to the sprinters to divvy-up the top placings amongst themselves. Kirsipuu would take the long sprint to the line, making it his 13th win of the season and the 88th of his career.

Tomorrow’s seventh stage will cover 162.5 kms between Strasbourg and Colmar.
The race profile includes three category 3 climbs and two category 2.

STAGE 6, Commercy to Strasbourg, 211.5 km:
1.KIRSIPUU Jaan (EST/A2R) 4h 50:39
2.NAZON Damien (FRA/BJR) s.t.
3.SVORADA Jan (SLO/LAM) s.t.
4.STEELS Tom (BEL/MAP) s.t.
5.ZABEL Erik (GER/TEL) s.t.
6.O'GRADY Stuart (AUS/C.A) s.t.
7.CASPER Jimmy (FRA/FDJ) s.t.
8.MATTAN Nico (BEL/COF) s.t.
9.CAPELLE Christophe (FRA/BIG) s.t.
10.SIVAKOV Alexei (RUS/BIG) s.t.
11.VAINSTEINS Romans (LAT/DFF) s.t.
12.ETXEBARRIA David (ESP/EUS) s.t.
13.AUGER Ludovic (FRA/BIG) s.t.
14.AUGER Guillaume (FRA/BIG) s.t.
15.BOTCHAROV Alexandre (RUS/A2R) s.t.
16.GOUVENOU Thierry (FRA/BIG) s.t.
17.SIMON Francois (FRA/BJR) s.t.
18.IVANOV Serguei (RUS/FAS) s.t.
19.BLAUDZUN Michael (DEN/CST) s.t.
20.GUTIERREZ J. Enrique (ESP/KEL) s.t.

1.O'GRADY Stuart (AUS/C.A) 25h 45:00.
2.VOIGT Jens (GER/C.A) at 26 seconds
3.JULICH Bobby (USA/C.A) at 27
5.BELOKI Joseba (ESP/ONC) at 1:07
6.SASTRE Carlos (ESP/ONC) at 1:08
7.JAKSCHE Jorg (GER/ONC) at 1:12
8.MOREAU Christophe (FRA/FES) at 1:17
9.GUTIERREZ Ivan (ESP/ONC) at 1:20
10.SERRANO Marcos (ESP/ONC) at 1:23
11.BRARD Florent (FRA/FES) at 1:24
12.CASERO Angel (ESP/FES) at 1:33
13.PRADERA Mikel (ESP/ONC) at 1:42
14.PEREZ Luis (ESP/FES) at 1:50
15.ARMSTRONG Lance (USA/USP) at 1:53
16.PENA Victor Hugo (COL/USP) at 2:10
17.BOTERO Santiago (COL/KEL) at 2:11
18.GUTIERREZ J. Enrique (ESP/KEL) at 2:17
19.ULLRICH Jan (GER/TEL) at 2:20
20.KLODEN Andréas (GER/TEL) a 2:32


PROLOGUE, Dunkirk, 8.2 km: Moreau/Moreau
STAGE 1, Saint Omer - Boulogne sur Mer, 194.5 km: Zabel/Moreau
STAGE 2, Calais – Antwerp (Belgium), 220 km: Wauters/Wauters
STAGE 3, Antwerp - Seraing, 198 km: Zabel/O’Grady
STAGE 4, Huy – Verdun, 215 km: L. Jalabert/O’Grady
STAGE 5, TTT, Verdun - Bar de Luc, 67 km: Credit Agricole/O’Grady
STAGE 6, Commercy - Strasbourg, 211 km: Kirsipuu/O’Grady


STEELS SANCTIONED: Belgian Tom Steels was punished for making an dangerous maneuver in the final sprint. He was relgated from 5th place to 160th.

MORE GOOD-BYES: Spaniard Santos González (ONCE Eroski), left today as a consequence of tendonitis on his left knee. He joins Iker Flores (Euskaltel Euskadi) and Laurent Desbiens (Kelme Costa), who have also retired from the


02.07.2001 15.07.2001 Giro d'Italia Femminile ITA 2.9.1 WEL

STAGE 11: 1. Nicole BRANDLI (Svi, Edilsavino), 87.5 km in 2h32’35"; 2. Somarriba (Spa) at 38"; 3. Stahurskaia (Biel); 4. Luperini; 5. Stiajkina (Ucr) at 47"; 6. Melchers (Ola) at 1’02"; 7. Ziliute (Lit); 8. Zabelinskaja (Rus) at 1’16"; 9. Eiker (Svi); 10. Pieters (Bel).

G.C.: 1. Zinaida STAHURSKAIA (Biel, Gas Sport Team) 1295 km, in 35.39’06"; 2. Brandli (Svi) a 20"; 3. Luperini at 5’10"; 4. A. Cappellotto at 5’11"; 5. Pucinskaite (Lit) a 5’46"; 6. Ziliute (Lit) a 6’07"; 7. Somarriba (Spa) at 7 ’32"; 8. Pieters (Bel) a 10’46"; 9. Melchers (Hol) at 11’49".

11.07.2001 15.07.2001 Troféu Joaquim Agostinho POR 2.4 MEL

STAGE 3, Sobral to Alto de Montejunto, 157 km:
1. Philipe Fernandes (FRA-LA/Pecol) 4:03.01
2. Jaquim Sampio (POR-Porta Ravessa) at 08
3. Cándido Barbosa ( at 10
4. Juan Miguel Mercado ( at 16
5. Joaquim Gomes (POR-Boavista) at 17
6. David Bernabeu (ESP-Boavista) at 22
7. Adrian Palomares (ESP-Boavista) s.t.

1. Adrián Palomares (ESP) 13:19.54
2. Antonio Encinar (ESP) at 18
3. Steffen Weigold (ALE-Gerolsteiner) at 25
4. Casned Tupak (ITA-LA/Pecol) at 45
5. Philipe Fernandes (FRA) at 01.27



Cascade Cycling Classic
Bend, OR - July 11 - 15

Scott Moninger took home the Green Wave's 56th win of the year in Stage 2 of the Cascade Classic. Again it was Mercury who dominated the action as a group of 5 riders gained a minute on the rest of the field. Mercury had 3 riders in that group including stage 1 winner and overall leader Chris Wherry in the group.

Stage 2 Results
1. Scott Moninger Mercury-Viatel
2. Chris Wherry Mercury-Viatel
3. Chris Horner Mercury-Viatel

Stage 3 was a one-mile uphill time trial held to determine who actually was in the lead for GC. With Mercury controlling things in the race and winning the first two stages, the time trial needed to be held to separate the three
Mercury team riders and determine who actually was in the lead. The Mercury team once again dominated the stage taking first, second & fourth on the stage. The team’s fine performance in the stage finally determined who was leading in GC. Mercury is now first, second & third.

Stage 3 Results
1. Chris Horner Mercury-Viatel
2. Chris Wherry Mercury-Viatel
3. Brendon Vesty Navigators
4. Scott Moninger Mercury-Viatel

GC - After Stage 3

1. Chris Horner Mercury-Viatel
2. Chris Wherry Mercury-Viatel
3. Scott Moninger Mercury-Viatel

Main Menu
cycle resources
menu Home
menu Products
menu Classifieds
menu News Archive
menu Articles
menu Stories
menu Reviews
menu Blog
menu Stolen Bikes
menu Interbike
menu Repair/Tech
menu Bicycle Recalls
menu Kids Corner
menu Other

Privacy | Submit News | Corrections | Contact Total Bike

Copyright 1998-2019 All Rights Reserved