2017 Overall Results

2017 Results:
It was a mixed season mainly due to the very poor air quality in Kamloops from the severe wildfire season. There were some good days for racing, however, we did cancel several races due to a high air quality index. The bright side is that we had lots of riders attend various races during the season. There were 30 men, 13 women, 2 junior men, and 4 junior women recorded as participating in one or more events
We added the Highland road sprint hill climb this year. Also to peak a bit of interest every other race was a Toonie race, with a draw for the winnings. There was one race where close to $50 dollars was won by a lucky racer.
The results this year were not broken down into ages, but only by junior ( 18 and under) and Senior. Points were awarded 10 for 1st to 1 for 10th.

2017 Time Trial:
Mens
Placing Name Points
1 Mike Renshaw 44
2 Ray Nyuli 38
3 Al Bogetti 20

Women
Placing Name Points
1 Carrie Stiles 29
2 Amy Tucker 22
3 Tara Bauer 20

Junior Men:
Placing Name
1 Josh Ogilvie
Junior Women:
Placing Name Points
1 Sophie Ogilvie 50
2 Gabrielle Armstrong 18


Hill Climb:
Mens
Placing Name Points
1 Wayne Little 28
2 Mike Renshaw 24
3 Paul Berry 18
Women:
Placing Name Points
1 Brenda Laupland 10
2 Carrie Stiles 9
3 Abby Devaro 8
Junior Men
Placing Name Points
1 Josh Ogilvie 20
2 Trevor Laupland 9
Junior Women
Placing Name Points
1 Sophie Ogilvie 20
2 Gabrielle Armstrong 10


ROAD RACE/CRITERIUM:
Mens
Placing Name Points
1 Peter Stefanuto 10
2 Don Larson 9
2 Brian Bogetti 9
2 Al Bogetti 9
3 Ryan Pankowich 8
Women
Placing Name Points
1 Carrie Stiles 10
Junior Men
Placing Name Points
1 Josh Ogilvie 20
Junior Women
Placing Name Points
1 Sophie Ogilvie 20
2 Arnica Palechuk 9


AGGREGATE
Mens
Placing Name
1 Mike Renshaw
2 Ray Nyuli
3 Al Bogetti
Women
Placing Name
1 Carrie Stiles
2 Amy Tucker
3 Tara Bauer
Junior Men
Placing Name
1 Josh Ogilvie
2 Trevor Laupland
Junior Women
Placing Name
1 Sophie Ogilvie
2 Gabrielle Armstrong
3 Arnica Palechuk
Great thanks to all the friends and volunteers who helped out with all the races and events. See you next year!
Cheers,
Ken