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Tour of Montreal, 2008

 

 

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Stage 1

Chateauguay, 87km

 

Race Writeup

In a repeat of 2007, Regina Schleicher (Équipe Nürnberger) was the fastest sprinter on a wet day in Chateauguay. The German former World Champion beat Australians Oenone Wood (High Road) and Rochelle Gilmore (Menikini Selle Italia) to the line in a bunch sprint.

Oenone Wood is the defending Tour champion.

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Results - Top 10 - click here to see full result

1  Regina Schleicher (Équipe Nürnberger)

2  Oenone Wood (High Road)

3  Rochelle Gilmore (Menikini Selle Italia)

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General Classification Top 10 - click here to see full GC

1  Regina Schleicher (Équipe Nürnberger)

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Photos   Click on any image to enlarge >>

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WC1_1656 WC1_1660 WC1_1665 WC1_1688 WC1_1693
WC1_1714 WC1_1728 WC1_1732 WC1_1779 WC1_1791
WC1_1811 WC1_1837 WC1_1840 WC1_1865 WC2_0275
WC2_0309 WC2_0358 WC2_0368 WC2_0377 WC2_0382

 

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