Fraser looking for more Superweek success

Gord Fraser, Ottawa-born and at 37 still number one in the US, has this season been steadily adding to his record total of more than 200 victories on his way to another National Racing Calendar (NRC) title. The Tucson-based star of Health Net is also on his way back north to try to add to his winning record in BC Superweek for the third straight year.

In 2003, he won the Tour de Gastown with one of his trademark final lap sprints out of the pack. In 2004, he helped teammate Tyler Farrar finish second in Gastown and win the White Spot Road Race in the Tour de Delta. Fraser also picked up another BC Superweek victory in Delta's Lehigh Cement Criterium with a rocket-launched sprint to the finish line. This year he's won nine of 40 races and is dueling with teammate Chris Wherry for the NRC title as king of the US Pro circuit - a title he won in 1999 and 2000.

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