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Nielsen Nails Tour de Femme Title
30 Dec, 2010
Jaime Nielsen, the humble Hamiltonian, is the 2010 Tineli Nelson Tour de Femme winner, staying out of trouble in the final Verdict 80km stage to take the title one minute 18 seconds ahead of Courteney Lowe (Tauranga) and Emma Crum (Auckland).  Nelson’s Karen Fulton was a wheel ahead in the all out sprint which started 500m from the finish line, edging ahead of North Shore’s Kate Chilcott and Lowe to win the Tour’s penultimate stage. In a race which offered plenty no one was able to take control with the peleton remaining pretty much intact for the duration.

Crum easily wrapped up Queen of the Mountains for the fourth year in succession by winning the Neudorf and Moutere Hill climbs while Chilcott’s second place in the Edward Road sprint gave her enough points for overall Sprint Ace.

 

Results.

The Verdict 80

1.         Karen Fulton (Nelson)  2.22.13           

2.         Kate Chilcott (North Shore)     ST

3.         Courteney Lowe (Tauranga)   ST

4.         Sophie Williamson (Alexandra) ST

5.         Emily Collins (Auckland)           ST

 

General Classification

1          Jaime Nielsen (Hamilton)          6.57.57

2          Courteney Lowe                       + 1.18

3          Emma Crum (Auckland)           + 1.44

4          Emily Collins                             + 2.18

5          Karen Fulton                            + 3.02

 

Queen of the Mountains

1          Emma Crum                 45pts

2          Courteney Lowe           33pts

3          Jaime Nielsen               10pts

 

Sprint Ace

1          Kate Chilcott                       26pts

2          Jeannie Kuhajek (Nelson) 21pts

3          Sophie Williamson            17pts

 

Age Groups

Under 23

1                    Courteney Lowe

2                    Emma Crum

3                    Emily Collins

 

23-34

      1         Jaime Nielsen

      2         Rachel Doody (Auckland)

      3         Eloise Fry (Nelson)

 

35-44

       1       Karen Fulton

       2        Jeannie Kuhajek

       3        Amanda Minty (Christchurch)

 

45-54

       1       Tracy Clark (Christchurch)

       2       Denise Thorne (Alexandra)

       3       Linda Erasmus (Nelson)

 

55+

1                Ann Rigg (Nelson)

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A triumphant Nielsen Raises her arms - David Letsche - CyclingPhotos.co.nz

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