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Mount Washington Hillclimb

August 21, 2006 – Tyler Hamilton won the Mt. Washington Hill Climb Race on August 19 with a time of 52 minutes and 21 seconds. The race features a 12.3-km climb that averages a 12% grade. Many Canadians did well in the event, including Giuseppe Marinoni, 68, of Laval PQ. The men’s record of 49:24 was established by Tom Danielson in 2002.

The women’s record of 54:02 was established by Geneviève Jeanson in 2002. Jeanson also won in 1999.

Mt. Washington, at 6,288 feet high in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, is unusual in that it has a paved road leading to the summit. Mt. Washington also has some of the most severe weather in the world and holds the world record for wind speed: 231mph.

Overall
1. Tyler Hamilton 52:21
2. Ned Overend 2.20
3. Ian Ayers 6.12
4. Joseph Moody 7.26
5. Ryan Robinson 7.34
6. Matty O’Keefe 8.13
7. Paul Runyon 9.28
8. Jason Harpp 11.37
9. Patrick Bush 11.55
10. Tim Tapply 12.10

12 Bruce Schlatter 12.56
24 Sue Schlatter 16.16


Men 65-69 years
1. Giuseppe Marinoni, 68 Laval PQ, 1:38:23
2. Jim Munise, 69 Stowe VT, 1:47:18
3. Richard Devellian, 69, Jackson NH, 1:58:08
4. Herbert Bates, 65, Milford NH, 2:01:19
5. Richard Marriott, 65, Mirror Lake NH, 2:04:58

Women 45-49 years
1. Dominique Codère, 47, Montréal PQ, 1:20:40
2. Debra Brown, 47, Montréal PQ, 1:28:17
3. Danielle Plante, 46, Repentigny PQ, 1:32:18







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