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Youth Olympic Games – Canada’s Laforge Wins Bronze

by pedalmag.com

August 17, 2010 (Singapore) – Canada’s junior women’s MTB National Champion, Kristina Laforge scored bronze today in the 15.5km XC mountain bike race in Singapore at the Youth Olympic Games. Karolina Kalasova (Czech Republic) won the event. In the men’s 21.7km competition, it was Jhonnatan Botero (Colombia) who took home gold. Canada’s Steven Noble finished 13th.

Women

1. Karolina Kalasova (Czech Republic) 0:46:58
2. Linda Indergand (Switzerland) 0:08
3. Kristina Laforge (Canada) 2:24
4. Alessia Bulleri (Italy) 3:25
5. Laura Munizaga Holloway (Chile) 3:26
6. Monika Zur (Poland) 4:25
7. Ingrid Drexel (Mexico) 4:57
8. Siriluck Warapiang (Thailand) 5:42
9. Antri Christoforou (Cyprus) 7:13
10. Magda Soraia Martins Fernandes (Portugal) 7:21
11. Manami Iwade (Japan)
12. Lija Laizane (Latvia) 8:07
13. Elga Kharisma Novanda (Indonesia) 8:27
14. Sarah Kate McDonald (New Zealand) 8:32
15. Rimma Luchshenko (Kazakhstan) 8:54
16. Maartje Hereijgers (Netherlands) 9:19
17. Zsofia Keri (Hungary) 9:53
18. Jessica Lergada (Colombia) 10:58
19. Tori van de Perre (Belgium) 11:05
20. Volha Masiukovich (Belarus) 11:31
21. Bianca Martin (Spain) -1 Lap
22. Nur NasthasiaAbdul Nazzeer (Singapore) -2 Laps
23. Teagan O’ Keeffe (South Africa) -2 Laps
24. Shaylene Brown (Zimbabwe) -2 Laps
25. Nika Kozar (Slovenia) -2 Laps
26. Jovana Crnogorac (Serbia) -2 Laps
27. Mette Jepsen (Denmark) -2 Laps
28. Kirsten Dellar (Australia) -2 Laps
29. Mayara Perez (Brazil) -3 Laps
30. Jimena Montecinos (Bolivia) -3 Laps
DNF Verena Brunner (Argentina)
DNS Senait Araya Debesay (Eritrea)

Men

1. Jhonnatan Botero (Colombia) 0:58:42
2. Andrea Righettini (Italy) 0:47
3. Laurens Sweeck (Belgium) 1:19
4. Bartlomiej Wawak (Poland) 1:31
5. Carlos Moran (Mexico) 2:19
6. Urban Ferencak (Slovenia) 2:31
7. Thijs Zuurbier (Netherlands) 2:55
8. Magnus Nielsen (Denmark) 3:02
9. Daniel Vesely (Czech Republic) 3:34
10. Antonio Santos (Spain) 3:40
11. Nicolas Prudencio Flano (Chile) 3:43
12. Michael Stuenzi (Switzerland) 4:43
13. Steven Noble (Canada) 4:52
14. Peter Fenyvesi (Hungary) 5:08
15. Vadim Galeyev (Kazakhstan) 5:16
16. William Alexi (Brazil) 5:35
17. Luke Roberts (South Africa) 5:48
18. Kevin Ingratta (Argentina) 6:26
19. Idomu Yamamoto (Japan) 6:32
20. Satjakul Sianglam (Thailand) 7:12
21. Andris Vosekalns (Latvia) 8:05
22. Joao Tiago Cancela Leal (Portugal) 8:14
23. Sam Shaw (New Zealand) 9:46
24. Nyasha Lungu (Zimbabwe) -2 Laps
25. Lazar Jovanovic (Serbia) -2 Laps
26. Mikita Zharoven (Belarus) -2 Laps
27. Michael Baker (Australia) -2 Laps
28. Destian Satria (Indonesia) -3 Laps
29. Samuel Akelom Gebremedhin (Eritrea) -4 Laps
30. Jun Jie Daniel Koh (Singapore) -4 Laps
31. Carlos Montellano (Bolivia) -5 Laps
32. Leontios Katsouris (Cyprus) -5 Laps





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