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RWR/ Peak Winter Series – Stage 7

January 25, 2007 – On the first long course stage of the RWR/ Peak Winter Series, Marc Boudreau continued his campaign to overtake Warren MacDonald in the Overall GC when he posted the fastest time of 1.00.01.2. Marc was the only rider to come close to the hour mark on tough 36.69km course that brought strength and endurance into play. Going into the stage, Warren held a comfortable 24point lead in the GC standings until a minor mishap and some strong riding from Marc reduced the lead to 9pts at the end of the day. With 10 races left in the series, the championship is still up for grabs with multiple riders in still in the game.

In the woman’s field, Sue Schlatter had another impressive ride to take the win and 6th place overall on the stage. Her win captures the leaders jersey away from Tenille Hoogland who held a slim 3 point lead going into the stage.

While the battle for top GC spots played out, the “ride of the day” for stage 7 goes to 15yr old Lindsay Anderson who averaged 23.1km/h on her way to a time of 1:15.06.6 that placed her solidly in the top 5 of the women’s field. For further results and stats on the stage and the riders, visit www.ridewithrendall.com

Stage 7 Men’s Results…
1st Marc Boudreau 1:00:01.2
2nd Glen Rendall 1:02:33.6
3rd Ron Amos 1:03:12.8

Stage 7 Woman’s results;
1st Sue Schlatter 1:03:51.5
2nd Tenille Hoogland 1:06:15.9
3rd Cynthia Wilson 1:07:40.8

Stage 8 will be decisive in the gc battle with the course returning to the regular stage distance and a hilly course profile . Racers of all abilities will race this upcoming weekend at centers in Ottawa, Vancouver, Canmore and Montreal. New riders ride for free the first time out so grab your bike and come on out. ***Thanks to Easton Canada , Riders who purchase 10 or 17 race packages will be eligible for a draw to win a set of Easton Tempest 2 Race wheels.

-To book your start time call the Peak Centre for Human Performance in Vancouver at (604)299-7959 In Canmore call Life Works at (403)609-2019. Montreal riders can contact the Peak Centre Mansfield at (514)390-1230. Ottawa riders are now able to book online at www.ridewithrendall.com when viewing the latest results.





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RWR/ Peak Winter Series – Stage 7

February 2, 2006 – All eyes were on Aaron Fillion at the a start of the RWR/ Peak Winter Series’ stage 7. After the beating Aaron handed out in the time trial last week, everyone was wondering if he could do it again on stage 7’s much hillier course. While the climbers were more in their element this week, Aaron still pounded out the wattage to get ahead far enough to prevent them from catching him on the final climb before the course leveled out. Derrick St. John’s was the closest rider but still of the mark of 38:55.6 set by Aaron.

The woman’s race played out the same way with shear wattage winning the stage. Natasha Elliott’s average wattage of 261w took her to first place in her category and 9th overall.

Stage 7
top 5 Men
1. Arron Fillion 38:55.6
2. Derrick St. John 41:02.4
3. Marc Boudreau 42:00.1
4. Warren MacDonald 42:55.4
5. Glen Rendall 42:59.8

top 5 Women
1. Natash Elliott 44:49.9
2. Cynthia Clark 46:45.8
3. Patricia Von Neissen 52:30.2
4. Genevieve Pellerin 52:44.2
5. Vicki Thomas 53:05.4

Stage 8 of the 16 stage RWR/ Peak Winter Series will take place this
coming weekend with heats in Vancouver, Ottawa and Montreal. Riders
will race in waves of 5 to 8 to determine the results of each the
stage with full results appearing on www.Ridewithrendall.com

The 16 race indoor series designed for fun and fitness that is based
on points. The series started in December and runs into April so
there is still time to challenge for high GC placing as competitors
are not required to race all stages. The series is for all levels of
ability so come for the racing or come for the training and social
aspect of it. If you have never experienced mutirider racing before,
the first ride is free so come on out.

Book your heat and start time by calling the Peak Centre in Ottawa at
613-737-PEAK ,604-299-7959 in Vancouver and 514-341-PEAK in Montreal.
For more details on the series, visit www.ridewithrendall.com





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