Team Manitoba’s Danick Vandale won his first Canadian cyclo-cross championship in the under-23 race from a two-up sprint to the line after a close battle with William Elliott (Team NCCH p/b DEC Express). Christopher Prendergast, also from Winnipeg and riding on the Team H&R Block squad, finished third.
Vandale said he and 16-year-old Evans are close friends and train together. “It’s great to see both of us on the top step and promote the cycling scene in Manitoba,” the under-23 winner said.
|#||Rider Name (Country) Team||Result|
|1||Danick Vandale (Can) Team Manitoba||0:46:10|
|2||William Elliott (Can) Team NCCH p/b DEC Express|
|3||Christopher Prendergast (Can) Team H&R Block||0:00:16|
|4||Sean Germaine (Can) Juventus CC||0:00:52|
|5||Jason Wiebe (Can) Team Manitoba||0:01:00|
|6||Edouard Tougas (Can) Acquisio-ACQ||0:01:26|
|7||Isaac Niles (Can) Bicisport||0:02:27|
|8||Trevor O'donnell (Can) Kallisto||0:03:59|
|9||Ben Ryan (Can)||0:09:05|
|10||Ari Robinson (Can) Bikes And Beyond|
|DNF||Devon Moonie (Can) Glotman Simpson|
|DNF||Mark Miller (Can) Olympia CC|
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