Philadelphia International Championship/Liberty Classic
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  | June 10, 2007 |
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FINAL LEG OF COMMERCE BANK TRIPLE CROWN OF CYCLING SEES FLYING ARGENTINE SPRINTER CAPTURE THE MEN'S RACE AND GERMANY'S TEUTENBERG WIN LIBERTY CLASSIC IN PHILADELPHIA
German Woman Cyclist Captures All 3 Races of Triple Crown

The Commerce Bank Triple Crown of Cycling concluded today in Philadelphia when an international field lined up for the most prestigious race in all of the Americas. Another chapter was written in this race's rich 23-year history when Juan-Jose Haedo, "the fastest man on two wheels" sprinted home for the win in the 156-mile Commerce Bank Philadelphia International Championship. In the pro women's Commerce Bank Liberty Classic, Ina Teutenberg (T-Mobile) completed a hat trick as she won the final race of the series.

After the first two stops of the Commerce Bank Triple Crown of Cycling in Lancaster and Reading, Philadelphia welcomed some of the world's best professional bicycle racers for the final stop of the series. In the men's race, all eyes were on Bernhard Eisel (T-Mobile) after he won the first two races of the Triple Crown. Today's race presented a different challenge, a longer course of 156 miles and the ten grueling climbs over the steep Manayunk Wall.

Riders set off under overcast skies and what appeared to be perfect conditions for a bicycle race. As usual the pace was high from the start and as the riders appeared over the top of the Manayunk Wall for the first time, Team Slipstream went on the offensive sending two riders off the front. This acceleration put the main group under pressure as Will Frishkorn (Slipstream) took the first points for the VisitPA.com Best Climber's Award. This competition which honors the most consistent climber of the day is a race within a race and it appeared that Slipstream was eager to build an insurmountable lead.

As the riders re-grouped on the descent, Team Slipstream director, Jonathan Vaughters, ordered his team to stay aggressive and they eventually forced an early breakaway which included their team leader, Danny Pate, as well as two more of his teammates. The strongest teams were represented in the 16- man break which got down to work building their lead. As promising as the break looked, the gap only grew to just over one minute. Although the Navigators Insurance team had Ciaran Power in the break, they were not convinced he would produce a win and sent their team to the front of the chasing pack to reel the break in.

With the entire Navigators Insurance team on the front, the break was doomed and the field regrouped. On lap five, 10 riders went clear. This time Team Slipstream was not in the mix and they were forced to chase. Two laps later, the field was back together again but noticeably smaller as the race was taking its toll on those not prepared for the torrid pace.

At this stage in the race, it looked unlikely that a smaller group would stay away to the finish. This seemed to play into the hands of the Pro Tour teams T-Mobile, with Bernhard Eisel and last year's winner Greg Henderson, and CSC who would look to their ace sprinters, Juan-Jose Haedo and Matthew-Harley Goss. Also in the group were 2002 winner Henk Vogels (Toyota United) and the emerging Alejandro Borrajo (Rite Aid).

The final three, 3.5 mile laps which took the race over the short but taxing Lemon Hill, saw a barrage of breakaway attempts by Sergey Lagutin. Nothing stayed away. As riders approached the final round-about with half a mile to go, T-Mobile was lined up at the front leading out Eisel for the inevitable sprint. Conspicuously glued to Eisel's wheel, however was Haedo who, after failing to stay away in the day's early break, found enough reserves to come around the Austrian for an excellent win. Haedo's Australian teammate Matthew Goss was also able to pass Eisel before the line for a CSC one, two finish. The record finish time was 5 hours 45 minutes and 51 seconds. The fastest in the race's 23 year history. And, the "world's fastest man on wheels" took home a sweet $15,000.

Although Eisel didn't win the final event in the Commerce Bank Triple Crown of Cycling series, his third place was more than enough to give him the overall win awarded to the most consistent rider over the three race series.

The VisitPA.com Best Climber's Award was won by Neil Shirley (Jittery Joe's) designating him as the best climber over the Manayunk Wall and Lemon Hill.

1
Juan-Jos HAEDO
ARG
Team CSC
5:45:51
2
Matthew-Harley* GOSS
AUS
Team CSC
"
3
Bernhard EISEL
AUT
T-MOBILE
"
4
Alejandro-Alberto BORRAJO
ARG
RITE AID USA
"
5
Dominique ROLLIN
CAN
KODAK GALLERY p/b SIERRA NEVADA
"
6
Mark* CAVENDISH
GBR
T-MOBILE
"
7
Charles DIONNE
CAN
COLAVITA-SUTTER HOME USA
"
8
Ricardo* ESCUELA
ARG
SLP
"
9
Alex CANDELARIO
USA
JELLY BELLY
"
10
Frank PIPP
USA
Health Net - Maxxis
"
11
Emile ABRAHAM
TRI
PRIORITY HEALTH p/b BISSEL
"
12
Sebastian* HAEDO
ARG
ROCK RACING USA
"
13
Henk VOGELS
AUS
TOYOTA-UNITED USA
"
14
Greg HENDERSON
NZL
T-MOBILE
"
15
Sergey LAGUTIN
UZB
Navigators Insurance
"
16
Svein "TUFT,"
CAN
SYMMETRICS CYCLING TEAM
"
17
Jacob ERKER
CAN
SYMMETRICS CYCLING TEAM
"
18
Benjamin BROOKS
USA
Navigators Insurance
"
19
Valery KOBZARENKO
UKR
Navigators Insurance
"
20
John-Freddy PARRA
COL
TECOS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD
"
21
Alejandro-Ivan CORTES
COL
CAICO
"
22
Andrew RANDELL
CAN
SYMMETRICS CYCLING TEAM
"
23
Andrew BAJADALI
USA
JELLY BELLY
"
24
Rory SUTHERLAND
USA
Health Net - Maxxis
"
25
David* VITORIA
SUI
BMC RACING TEAM
"
26
Ben DAY
AUS
Navigators Insurance
"
27
Christopher JONES
USA
NERAC
"
28
Trent WILSON
AUS
JITTERY JOE'S
"
29
Benjamin JACQUES-MAYNES
USA
PRIORITY HEALTH p/b BISSEL
"
30
Jorge MARTINEZ
COL
CAICO
"
31
Chris WHERRY
USA
TOYOTA-UNITED USA
"
32
Juan-Pablo MAGALLANES
MEX
TECOS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD
"
33
Christian* MEIER
CAN
SYMMETRICS CYCLING TEAM
"
34
Sean SULLIVAN
AUS
TOYOTA-UNITED USA
"
35
Christian VALENZUELA
MEX
SLP
"
36
Oleg GRISHKIN
RUS
Navigators Insurance
"
37
Ivan STEVIC
SCG
TOYOTA-UNITED USA
"
38
Cameron* EVANS
CAN
SYMMETRICS CYCLING TEAM
"
39
Davide FRATTINI
ITA
COLAVITA-SUTTER HOME USA
"
40
Ryder HESJEDAL
CAN
Health Net - Maxxis
"
41
Daniel BOWMAN
USA
KELLY BENEFIT / MEDIFAST
"
42
Luke ROBERTS
AUS
Team CSC
"
43
Cesar-Augusto GRAJALES
COL
JITTERY JOE'S
"
44
Dominique PERRAS
CAN
KELLY BENEFIT / MEDIFAST
"
45
Eric KEIM
USA
AEG-TOSHIBA-JETNETWORK USA
"
46
Allan JOHANSEN
DEN
Team CSC
"
47
Michael BLAUDZUN
DEN
Team CSC
"
48
Gregorio LADINO
COL
TECOS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD
"
49
Marco PINOTTI
ITA
T-MOBILE
22
50
Richard ENGLAND
AUS
PRIORITY HEALTH p/b BISSEL
26
51
Martin* PEDERSEN
DEN
Team CSC
"
52
Caleb MANION
USA
TOYOTA-UNITED USA
29
53
Jesse* ANTHONY
USA
KODAK GALLERY p/b SIERRA NEVADA
36
54
Kirk O'BEE
USA
Health Net - Maxxis
43
55
Javier-de-Jesus ZAPATA
COL
CAICO
46
56
Shawn MILNE
USA
Health Net - Maxxis
55
57
Alessandro* BAZZANA
ITA
SLP
59
58
Yosvani FALCON
CUB
AEG-TOSHIBA-JETNETWORK USA
1:01
59
Michael GRABINGER
USA
SLP
"
60
Danny PATE
USA
SLIPSTREAM p/b CHIPOTLE
1:22
61
Roger HAMMOND
GBR
T-MOBILE
1:45
62
Mike SAYERS
USA
BMC RACING TEAM
1:54
63
Mark WALTERS
CAN
KODAK GALLERY p/b SIERRA NEVADA
2:03
64
Eric BAUMANN
GER
T-MOBILE
2:50
65
Erik LYMAN
CAN
CALYON - LITESPEED
"
66
Adam MYERSON
USA
NERAC
"
67
Christopher FREDERICK
USA
AEG-TOSHIBA-JETNETWORK USA
"
68
Daniel HOLT
USA
NERAC
"
69
Adam BERGMAN
USA
COLAVITA-SUTTER HOME USA
"
70
Todd YEZEFSKI
USA
NERAC
"
71
Zachary BELL
CAN
SYMMETRICS CYCLING TEAM
"
72
Jake RYTLEWSKI
USA
RITE AID USA
"
73
Martin GILBERT
CAN
KELLY BENEFIT / MEDIFAST
"
74
Ben RABY
USA
KODAK GALLERY p/b SIERRA NEVADA
"
75
Wendy CRUZ
DOM
CAICO
"
76
Nick* REISTAD
USA
JELLY BELLY
"
77
Rudolph NAPOLITANO
USA
ROCK RACING USA
"
78
Patrick WALSH
USA
NERAC
"
79
Kasper* KLOSTERGAARD-LARSEN
DEN
Team CSC
"
80
Fausto-Marcelino ESPARZA
MEX
TECOS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD
"
81
Alex* HAGMAN
USA
AEG-TOSHIBA-JETNETWORK USA
"
82
Michael DIETRICH
USA
KODAK GALLERY p/b SIERRA NEVADA
"
83
Hector-Hugo RANGEL
MEX
TECOS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD
"
84
Tyler WREN
USA
COLAVITA-SUTTER HOME USA
"
85
Stephen KINCAID
USA
RITE AID USA
"
86
Herberth GUTIERREZ
COL
TECOS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD
"
87
David MCCANN
IRL
COLAVITA-SUTTER HOME USA
"
88
Michael FRIEDMAN
USA
SLIPSTREAM p/b CHIPOTLE
"
89
Gustavo ARTACHO
ARG
COLAVITA-SUTTER HOME USA
"
90
James* MEADLEY
AUS
JELLY BELLY
"
91
Eric WOHLBERG
CAN
SYMMETRICS CYCLING TEAM
"
92
Scott MONINGER
USA
BMC RACING TEAM
"
93
Matthew* GUSE
CAN
CALYON - LITESPEED
"
94
Scott NYDAM
USA
BMC RACING TEAM
"
95
Austin KING
USA
JITTERY JOE'S
"
96
Garrett PELTONEN
USA
PRIORITY HEALTH p/b BISSEL
"
97
Edward* KING
USA
PRIORITY HEALTH p/b BISSEL
"
98
Geoff KABUSH
CAN
SYMMETRICS CYCLING TEAM
"
99
Neil SHIRLEY
USA
JITTERY JOE'S
"
100
Scott ZWIZANSKI
USA
PRIORITY HEALTH p/b BISSEL
"
101
Frank TRAVIESO
CUB
AEG-TOSHIBA-JETNETWORK USA
"
102
Matt SHRIVER
USA
JITTERY JOE'S
"
103
Ryan* ROTH
CAN
KELLY BENEFIT / MEDIFAST
"
104
Nicholas* WAITE
USA
KELLY BENEFIT / MEDIFAST
"
105
Hilton CLARKE
AUS
Navigators Insurance
"
106
Cody STEVENSON
AUS
JITTERY JOE'S
"
107
Aaron OLSON
USA
T-MOBILE
"
108
Jacob ROSENBARGER
USA
BMC RACING TEAM
"
109
Taylor* TOLLESON
USA
SLIPSTREAM p/b CHIPOTLE
5:10
110
Heath BLACKGROVE
NZL
TOYOTA-UNITED USA
"
111
Luis-Fernando MACIAS-HERNANDEZ
MEX
TECOS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD
"
112
John* MURPHY
USA
Health Net - Maxxis
"
113
Ken HANSON
USA
BMC RACING TEAM
"
114
Evan ELKEN
USA
JITTERY JOE'S
"
115
Nikola SMUTNY
CZE
NERAC
"
116
Tommy* NANKERVIS
AUS
JITTERY JOE'S
"
117
Chuck COYLE
USA
SLP
"
118
William FRISCHKORN
USA
SLIPSTREAM p/b CHIPOTLE
"
119
Charles-Bradley HUFF
USA
SLIPSTREAM p/b CHIPOTLE
"
120
Chad HARTLEY
USA
BMC RACING TEAM
"
121
Francois PARISIEN
CAN
SLIPSTREAM p/b CHIPOTLE
"
122
Karl MENZIES
AUS
Health Net - Maxxis
"
123
Michael CREED
USA
SLIPSTREAM p/b CHIPOTLE
"

 

COMMERCE BANK LIBERTY CLASSIC FEATURES WORLD'S BEST WOMEN RACERS

At the final stop of the Commerce Bank Triple Crown of Cycling in Philadelphia, the veteran German rider, Ina-Yoko Teutenberg, waited until the final meters of the 14th annual race to show her cards and they came up all aces once again after her wins in the first two rounds of the world class professional bicycle race series.

The pro woman's Commerce Bank Liberty Classic has been the property of German riders over the past 8 years so the question before the start was not only who would win the 2007 edition but could anyone unseat the ever dominant Germans. As last year's winner, Regina Schleicher, on the Nuernberger Versiche team, appeared to be the strong favorite. Schleicher, however, was an unknown factor for the rest of the field since she did not compete in the first two legs of this year's Triple Crown in Lancaster and Reading. The woman who appeared to be at the very top of her game was Teutenberg. Local Pennsylvania resident, Laura VanGilder, was nipping at Teutenberg's heels and looked to be the most likely to break the German strangle hold on the race.

Riders were faced with a four lap race over the same terrain as the pro men. The first rider to test their legs was Kristin Armstrong (TEAm Lipton) using the steep slopes of Manayunk to scoop up the first points for the VisitPA.com Best Climber's Award given to the best climber of the day. Armstrong's unrelenting pace on the steep slopes of Manayunk was enough to shed a good portion of the field but the favorites were all still together as they started their second lap.

As the miles clicked by, the teams with strong sprinters, like Nuernberger Versiche and T-Mobile, kept the field together until Alison Powers (Colavita-Sutter Home p/b Cooking Light) shot off the front and established a substantial one minute gap with one lap remaining. Recognizing the danger, Teutenberg rallied her team to chase and as the riders approached the top of Manayunk Wall for the final time, Powers' valiant effort came to an end.

The last futile efforts by the non-sprinters to escape before the line were shut down and the riders entered the last mile of the race all together. As the competitors rounded the final turn and prepared for the long drag to the line, the familiar pink T-Mobile jersey could be seen starting the sprint from a long way out. In spite of offering her wheel and the advantage of surfing in her slipstream to the line, the German held off all comers. Even though Schleicher was in a perfect position to come around, in the end she was unable to match the power and class of the triumphant "Triple Crown" winner Ina-Yoko Teutenberg.

Final Awards: Kristin Armstrong took the VisitPA.com Best Climber's Award. The Miji Rioch Award for the best placed rider aged-23 or under and offered by the Nicole R Reinhardt Foundation was awarded to Erica Allar (Juice Plush+) who took home the $1000 as the first place prize.

1
Ina-Yoko TEUTENBERG
GER
T-Mobile Pro Cycling Team
2:24:38
2
Regina SCHLEICHER
GER
NUERNBERGER VERSICHERUNG GER
"
3
Gina GRAIN
CAN
TEAM EXPRESSCOPY.COM CAN
"
4
Joanne KIESANOWSKI
NZL
NZL NATIONAL/JAZZ APPLE
"
5
Jen MCRAE
USA
ADVIL-CHAPSTICK
"
6
Laura VAN GILDER
USA
CHEERWINE
"
7
Katherine BATES
AUS
T-Mobile Pro Cycling Team
"
8
Erica* ALLAR
USA
Juice Plus
"
9
Brooke MILLER
USA
TEAM TIBCO USA
"
10
Tina PIC
USA
Colavita Olive Oil
"
11
Catherine CHEATLEY
NZL
CHEERWINE
"
12
Oenone WOOD
AUS
T-Mobile Pro Cycling Team
"
13
Stacy MARPLE
USA
TEAM TIBCO USA
"
14
Katharine CARROLL
USA
AARON'S USA
"
15
Katie MACTIER
AUS
VALUEACT CAPITAL
"
16
Allison BRANDT
USA
TARGETRAINING
"
17
Heather LABANCE
USA
ADVIL-CHAPSTICK
"
18
Dotsie BAUSCH
USA
Colavita Olive Oil
"
19
Rushlee* BUCHANAN
NZL
NZL NATIONAL/JAZZ APPLE
"
20
Kori SEEHAFER
USA
TEAM LIPTON
"
21
Kristin ARMSTRONG
USA
TEAM LIPTON
"
22
Katie LAMBDEN
USA
TEAM TIBCO USA
"
23
Christina DEKRAAY
USA
VITESSE CYCLING USA
"
24
Nichole WANGSGARD
USA
VITESSE CYCLING USA
"
25
Holli STEELMAN
USA
Juice Plus
"
26
Christine THORNBURN
USA
WEBCOR BUILDERS
"
27
Kele MURDIN
USA
TEAM ULTRALINK CAN
"
28
Rebecca LARSON
USA
AARON'S USA
"
29
Alex* WRUBLESKI
CAN
Colavita Olive Oil
"
30
Chantal BELTMAN
NED
T-Mobile Pro Cycling Team
"
31
Kimberly ANDERSON
USA
T-Mobile Pro Cycling Team
"
32
Anne SAMPLONIUS
CAN
TEAM EXPRESSCOPY.COM CAN
"
33
Trixi WORRACK
GER
NUERNBERGER VERSICHERUNG GER
"
34
Kathleen BILLINGTON
USA
TARGETRAINING
"
35
Robin FARINA
USA
TARGETRAINING
"
36
Dale TYE
NZL
Hub Racing
"
37
Leigh VALETTI
USA
TARGETRAINING
"
38
Catherine POWERS
USA
AARON'S USA
"
39
Marie* LINDBERG
SWE
NUERNBERGER VERSICHERUNG GER
"
40
Jenny TREW
CAN
VITESSE CYCLING USA
"
41
Sarah UHL
USA
CHEERWINE
"
42
Rebecca WELLONS
USA
BMW-BIANCHI
"
43
Mara* ABBOTT
USA
WEBCOR BUILDERS
"
44
Heidi GOLDBERG
USA
ADG-JOE'S BIKE SHOP
"
45
Shontelle GAUTHIER
USA
TEAM ULTRALINK CAN
"
46
Marisa ASPLUND
USA
TEAM TIBCO USA
"
47
Andrea LUEBBE
USA
Juice Plus
"
48
Hannah* BANKS
AUS
VALUEACT CAPITAL
"
49
Cora OLSEN
USA
BMW-BIANCHI
"
50
Helen KELLY
AUS
WEBCOR BUILDERS
"
51
Ann* TURNER,
USA
BMW-BIANCHI
"
52
Jennifer STEPHENSON
CAN
TEAM ULTRALINK CAN
"
53
Michelle KIESANOWSKI
NZL
NZL NATIONAL/JAZZ APPLE
"
54
Claudia* HAUSLER
GER
NUERNBERGER VERSICHERUNG GER
"
55
Courtenay BROWN
USA
VALUEACT CAPITAL
"
56
Kim SAWYER
USA
BMW-BIANCHI
"
57
Sharon ALLPRESS
USA
VALUEACT CAPITAL
"
58
Mara MILLER
USA
ADVIL-CHAPSTICK
"
59
Andrea GRAUS
AUT
NUERNBERGER VERSICHERUNG GER
"
60
Erinne WILLOCK
CAN
TEAM EXPRESSCOPY.COM CAN
"
61
Anna MILKOWSKI
USA
TARGETRAINING
25
62
Katheryn CURI
USA
WEBCOR BUILDERS
"
63
Andrea DVORAK
USA
Colavita Olive Oil
"
64
Claudia* STUMPF
GER
NUERNBERGER VERSICHERUNG GER
"
65
Leigh HOBSON
CAN
CHEERWINE
"
66
Kelly BENJAMIN
USA
CHEERWINE
"
67
Natalie* KLEMKO
USA
ADVIL-CHAPSTICK
"
68
Felicia GOMEZ
CAN
AARON'S USA
1:07
69
Sarah CARAVELLA
USA
AARON'S USA
"
70
Jessie* MACLEAN
AUS
Verducci Breakaway Racing
1:17
71
Shannon HUTCHISON-KRUPAT
USA
AARON'S USA
1:40
72
Michelle BELTRAN
USA
VITESSE CYCLING USA
"
73
Jenette WILLIAMS
USA
Hub Racing
1:44
74
Diane CASTOR
USA
ADG-JOE'S BIKE SHOP
2:30
75
Melissa PETTY
USA
BMW-BIANCHI
2:49
76
Amanda LOZANO
USA
TARGETRAINING
"
77
Theresa CLIFF-RYAN
USA
Verducci Breakaway Racing
3:03
78
Kathryn CLARK
USA
VITESSE CYCLING USA
4:01
DNF
Michele BOTE
USA
Hub Racing
-
DNF
Laura BOWLES
USA
ADVIL-CHAPSTICK
-
DNF
Rebecca BROEDER
USA
Hub Racing
-
DNF
Tricia CARNILA
USA
Verducci Breakaway Racing
-
DNF
Julia FARELL
CAN
TEAM ULTRALINK CAN
-
DNF
Lauren FRANGES
USA
TEAM LIPTON
-
DNF
Genevieve* GAGNON
CAN
TEAM ULTRALINK CAN
-
DNF
Rachel HEAL
GBR
WEBCOR BUILDERS
-
DNF
Melissa HOLT
NZL
TEAM EXPRESSCOPY.COM CAN
-
DNF
Nonnie HOWARD
USA
Verducci Breakaway Racing
-
DNF
Lisa JELLETT
USA
Verducci Breakaway Racing
-
DNF
Reem JISHI
USA
ADVIL-CHAPSTICK
-
DNF
Rebeca JONES
GBR
Hub Racing
-
DNF
Lara KROEPSCH
USA
TEAM LIPTON
-
DNF
Brenda LYONS
USA
TEAM LIPTON
-
DNF
Malindi* MACLEAN
NZL
NZL NATIONAL/JAZZ APPLE
-
DNF
Kacey* MANDERFIELD
USA
Verducci Breakaway Racing
-
DNF
Leeanne MANDERSON
AUS
Hub Racing
-
DNF
Diane MILLER
USA
ADG-JOE'S BIKE SHOP
-
DNF
Meredith MILLER
USA
TEAM LIPTON
-
DNF
Janet OLNEY
USA
ADG-JOE'S BIKE SHOP
-
DNF
Martina PATELLA
USA
VALUEACT CAPITAL
-
DNF
Alison POWERS
USA
Colavita Olive Oil
-
DNF
Liza RACHETTO
USA
TEAM TIBCO USA
-
DNF
Elizabeth REAP
USA
Juice Plus
-
DNF
Alexis* RHODES
AUS
T-Mobile Pro Cycling Team
-
DNF
Christina RUITER
USA
CHEERWINE
-
DNF
Lisa VIBLE
USA
ADG-JOE'S BIKE SHOP
-
DNF
Lauren* WEBB
NZL
NZL NATIONAL/JAZZ APPLE
-
DNF
Iona WYNTER-PARKS
JAM
Colavita Olive Oil
-
DNF
Laura YOISTEN
CAN
WEBCOR BUILDERS
-

 

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