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Youth Olympic Games Men’s ITT – Canada’s MacDonald 9th

courtesy of the Atlantic Cycling Centre

August 18, 2010 – We just received a quick message from Ryan MacDonald saying he finished 9th in his first event at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore. He was 12 seconds behind of the winner, Rafael Ferreira Reis of Portugal. This represents a good performance by this young cyclist who was called up at the last minute to replace his injured friend, Stuart Wight.

“I’m really happy with how I did, as a 3 km strength course is not really my thing. I’m also happy because I know I definitely have a shot at the road race,” commented the 2010 Canadian Junior Road Race champion. MacDonald will compete again on Sunday.

The Youth Olympic Games is a team competition and Canada now sits in 7th overall for the cycling competitions, equal with Denmark with 92 points. Italy currently leads this competition with 38 points.

Luc Arseneau, ChPC
Head Coach

Results

1. Rafael Ferreira Reis (Portugal) 3:56.6
2. Jay Mccarthy (Australia) 2.99
3. Michael Andersen (Denmark) 3.76
4. Alexey Lutsenko (Kazakhstan) 8.12
5. Brayan Ramirez (Colombia) 8.94
6. Boris Vallee (Belgium) 10.04
7. Nicolas Marini (Italy) 11.98
8. Kanstantsin Khviyuzau (Belarus) 12.2
9. Ryan MacDonald (Canada) 12.97
10. Marek Kulas (Poland) 13
11. Friso Roscam Abbing Ijpeij (Netherlands) 13.41
12. Denay Cottam (New Zealand) 15.48
13. Facundo Lezica (Argentina) 15.63
14. Edison Bravo Mansilla (Chile) 16.66
15. Koji Nagase (Japan) 17.43
16. Alvaro Trueba (Spain) 18.61
17. Matej Lasak (Czech Republic) 21.1
18. Ulises Castillo (Mexico) 21.18
19. Marc Schaerli (Switzerland) 22.36
20. Sarawut Sirironnachai (Thailand) 22.98
21. Jayde Julius (South Africa) 23.21
22. Doron Hekic (Slovenia) 23.29
23. Ongky Setiawan (Indonesia) 23.66
24. Guilherme Pineyrua (Brazil) 27.39
25. Travis Joshua Woodford (Singapore) 30.01
26. Haben Ghebretinsae Negasi (Eritrea) 31.1
27. Eirinaios Koutsiou (Cyprus) 32.51
28. Ferenc Stuban (Hungary) 34.67
29. Aleksandrs Kurbatskis (Latvia) 35.28
30. Filip Pavlovic (Serbia) 42.1
31. Tyron Mackie (Zimbabwe) 1:01.4
32. Samuel Melgar (Bolivia) 1:03.3





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