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Nielsen Strengthens Position in Tour de Femme
29 Dec, 2010
Jaime Nielsen’s name is all but engraved on the Tineli Tour de Femme trophy after another demanding day around the Nelson region.

 

A new Stage Three 70km circuit had two serious climbs, Spooners and Reay Saddles to summit but they were ‘babies’ compared to the sadistic steep finish where all were made to suffer.

 

Courteney Lowe was first home narrowly from Emma Crum and Emily Collins but General Classification didn’t change dramatically until the afternoon 19km individual time trial.

 

Nielsen was again dominant and despite losing her chain she still finished six seconds ahead of Dale Tye with Lowe next.  Karen Fulton and Jeannie Kuhajek were the big movers stepping up to 5th & 6th on GC courtesy of their gutsy individual efforts.

 

Emma Crum continues to lead the Queen of the Mountains while Sprint Ace is tight.  Kate Chilcott chased by Sophie Williamson,  Kuhjek and Fulton all within striking distance with just once chance left early in the final stage to claim points.

 

Results.

Stage Three.

Nelson Bays Holden 70km Hiwipango Loop.

  1. Courteney Lowe           2.09.40
  2. Emma Crum                 ST
  3. Emily Collins                 ST

 

Stage Four

Nelson Insurance Brokers Individual 19km Time Trial

1          Jaime Nielsen   30.46

2          Dale Tye 30.52

3          Emma Crum 31.07

 

General Classification

Nielsen, 4.35.44, 1; Lowe +1.21,2; Crum, +1.44, 3; Collins, +2.19,4; Fulton, +3.09, 5.

 

Queen Of the Mountains.

1          Emma Crum     24pts

2          Courteney Lowe           18pts

3          Jaime Nielsen               7pts

 

Sprint Ace

1          Kate Chilcott    21pts

2          Sophie Williamson 17pts

3          Jeannie Kuhajek 14pts

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Nielsen respeldent in Pink - David Letsche - CyclingPhotos.co.nz

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