WomensCycling.net

 

Home

Latest Additions

 Calendar

Interviews

Photo Gallery

Links

New To Cycling?

2006 Archive (and earlier)

 
 

 

 

Jayco Bay Series

 

 

 

 

WCN quicklink >>      2007 coverage        2006 coverage      2005 coverage       2004 coverage

 

2007 coverage >>   Preview    Race 1     Race 2      Race 3      Race 4    Race 5      Amy's Ride

 

Race Website

On this page >>   Overview    Races    Start List     Previous Winners

 

 

Series Preview    (Wednesday 3rd January 2007 - Sunday 7th January 2007)

Criterium Series - Port Phillip Bay Area, Melbourne, Australia 

Overview

The Bay Series starts 2007 - there are five criteriums in five days and the racing is fast..... this is a 'heartstarter'. Riders come to the event expecting serious competition and in the knowledge that anyone with an eye on the Australian National Championships a week later will arrive at the Bay Series with good legs!

The race format is for teams, although an individual winner is crowned at the end of the series too. The entry for 2007 is strong, with Katie Mactier, the 2006 Champion, back in action with a different team this year - Portfolio Partners. Her team includes local rider and fellow trackie, Tess Downing and a couple of Kiwis: Jo Kiesanowski and Catherine Sell. 

The Jayco VIS team is led in 2007 by Jenny Macpherson (in Mactier's absence), with the support of Emma Rickards, the experienced Euro pro and local, Jessica Berry. They are backed up by the young Australian junior representative, Peta Mullens.

Belinda Goss leads the Volvo team for the second year running, with support coming from Briana James from Victoria and South Australians, Tiffany Cromwell and Bianca Rogers.

A very strong Pitcher Partners team is led by Kate Bates (Australian road champion), alongside sister, Natalie Bates (Commonwealth Games road champion), Alexis Rhodes (Australian criterium champion), Olivia Gollan (ex-Australian road champion and National team regular at Worlds, Commonwealth Games and Olympics), plus rising star and experienced Australian National team member at only 19, Amanda Spratt.

Hit Racing is a Queensland based team, led by Emma Mackie, who spent time in Europe in 2006 with the Australian National team and finished the year with the DSB Bank team (which was led by Mariane Vos - current World road champion). With her is another Queenslander who has represented Australia in Europe, Kate Mercer.

New South Wales Institute of Sport (NSWIS) is led by Sky-Lee Armstrong, who although also young, is very experienced on the road and track and who won the race in Williamstown in 2005, to take the series lead with an audacious breakaway in the wet conditions.

Also of note is an entry from the New Zealand National Team. 

 

Back to Top

 

Races   

(Each race lasts 45 minutes)

Wednesday 3rd		Williamstown			 1:30pm
Thursday 4th		Portarlington			 1:30pm
Friday 5th		Geelong-Ritchie Blvd		 5.00pm
Saturday 6th		Geelong -Botanical Gardens	 5.00pm   -   Amy's Ride takes place at 08:30am 
Sunday 7th		Docklands			11.00am

 

Back to Top

 

Honour Roll - Previous Winners

2006 Katie Mactier (Jayco VIS)

2005 Oenone Wood (Mercure)

2004 Oenone Wood (ACT)

2003  Kate Bates (NSW)

2002  Rochelle Gilmore (NSW)

2001  Anna Millward (Vic)

2000  Karen Barrow (Vic)

 

1999  Anna Wilson (Vic)

1998  Anna Wilson (Vic)

1997  Sandra Smith (WA)

1996  Anna Wilson (Vic)

1995  Kathy Watt (Vic)

1994  Kathy Watt (Vic)

 

Back to Top

 

Start List

Jayco VIS
1 Jenny MacPherson
2 Emma Rickards
3 Peta Mullens
4 Jessica Berry
5 Jenni King

Volvo
6 Belinda Goss
7 Tiffany Cromwell
8 Bianca Rogers
9 Briana James
10

Portfolio Partners
11 Katie Mactier
12 Rachel Rademaker
13 Jo Kiesanowski
14 Catherine Sell
15 Tess Downing

Pitcher Partners
16 Kate Bates
17 Natalie Bates
18 Alexis Rhodes
19 Olivia Gollan
20 Amanda Spratt

Skilled
21 Kate Finnegan
22 Lauren Kitchen
23 Jessica Sedunary
24 Sophie Ootes
25

Hit Racing
26 Emma Mackie
27 Kate Mercer
28 Nicole Magner
29 Patricia Palmer
30 Nicole Whitburn

NSWIS
31 Sky-Lee Armstrong
32 Sally Cowman
33 Naomi Williams
34 Belinda Diprose
35

Landlink
36 Debra Fagg
37 Kerryn Charman
38 Amber Jenkins
39 Chloe Hosking
40 Elizabeth Williams

NZ National Team
41 Tammy Boyd
42 Rushlee Buchanan
43 Rosare Joseph
44 Michelle Hyland
45 Toni Bradshaw

Rapido Cycles
46 Nikki Egyed
47 Emma Colson
48 Lisa Friend
49 Kate Warren

 


50 Therese Rhodes
51 Sophie Ruderman
52 Jennifer Fay
53 Nicole James
54 Maryam Rogers
55 Amy Hallihan
56 Veronica Dudderidge
57 Emma Gaul
58 Helen Lawson
59 Phillipa Read
60
61 Jessica Sloane
62 Claire Stevens
63 Clare Vlahopoulos



Back to Top

 

Want to contact WomensCycling.net? 

The WomensCycling.net email address is

 

To contact the webmaster, the address is :

Type this address into the "To" line of a new email message in your email programme.

The WomensCycling.net email address is displayed as a graphic in order to reduce the amount of 'spam' email received from programmes which 'crawl' the internet for sites with addresses displayed in text and then overwhelm that address with junk, or even forge the address in junk messages that they generate and send to others. Sorry for any inconvenience this approach causes you.

 

Back to top

 

Copyright WomensCycling.net 2004, 2005, 2006