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Month: January 2005

2005 Victorian State Track Team Announced

Written by CCCC would like to congratulate the following riders for their selectionin the 2005 Victorian Senior State Track Team. The team will travel to Adelaide to compete at the Superdrome from 7th -12th February 2005. We wish all riders the very best of luck. 2005 VICTORIAN SENIOR TEAM MEN UNDER 19 Mario GIRAMONDO

Volunteers Required

Written by CycleSport Victoria is looking for volunteer event staff for the upcomingevents to be held in Victoria in March: 2005 Australian Junior Track Cycling Championships16-19 MarchDarebin International Sports Centre, Melbourne 2005 Australian Masters Track and Road Cycling Championships20-22 MarchLancefield, Victoria For more information please see the CSV website, email Amy McCann or phone

Results from Open Road Nationals

Written by Congratulations to the following CCCC members for their great results: Road RacesElite Men: Simon Gerrans (Ag2r) 8thU23 Men: Jonny Clarke 7thWomen: Helen Kelly (Quark) 9th, Emma Rickards 14th, Jenny Macpherson 25th Time TrialsElite Men: Chris Bradford (Wismilak) 8th Good luck also to the CCCC riders racing the Tour Down Under, January 18-23:Baden

Victorian Sprint Championships

Written by Brunswick, Melbourne, Australiaby Mike Goldie Carnegie Club has another young star on the way with Alex Smythe taking out the mens U19 Sprint Title. To date Alex has been more known as an endurance rider but demonstrated his all round ability and leg speed by winning over some very strong U19 sprinters.

Victorian TT Championships

Written by Blackburn, Melbourne, Australiaby Mike Goldie Conditions were very windy but at least the weather was on the improve compared to earlier in the week. CycleSport Victoria & Blackburn Club ran an excellent program thanks to all those who officiated. Carnegie Club was represented by the following with medal results listed below: LC3

CCCC racing for Asian Tsumamis Appeal

Written by Carnegie Caulfield Cycling Club’s first race of 2005 saw racers compete for something more important than prize money! In response to the tsumani tragedy in South East Asia, and at the suggestion of members, the entire entry pool from the day’s racing was donated to the Red Cross Australia’s Asia Quake and