Uci news 21 octobre 2005eng.doc
International Cycling Union
21st October 2005
Guo Shuang's victory at Chinese National Games
- 1st in the GP Industria & Commercio di Prato (Italy),
Guo Shuang, aged 19, trainee at the World Cycling Centre
(WCC) since 2002, won the individual sprint and finished
second in the 500 m time-trial on 17th October at the 10th
Fischer also won a stage of the Tour of Lake Qinghai, an
Frédéric Magné, her coach was delighted with her win in the
important Chinese race in the UCI Asia Tour.
sprint. The sprint is in fact one of the disciplines that Guo
The highlight of the season for Fischer was finishing 5th in
Shuang focused her efforts on above all.
the road race at the UCI Elite Road World Championships in
Her second place in the 500 metres is a pleasant surprise
bearing in mind that this discipline is not her speciality. With
Murilo Fischer first shone in 2003 at the UCI B World
a time of 34''83' ', she broke her personal record by more
Championships in Aigle-Monthey (Switzerland), when he
than 7/10ths of a second. She beat a rider who had
obtained a bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Sydney
For the teams, the trophy was won by Ceramica Panaria-
as well as the Vice-Olympic Champion in Athens.
Navigare. Italy was classed the best country.
A good performance was also given by Li Na, former WCC
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trainee, 3rd in the individual sprint, as well as Wang Qiming,
coached at the WCC in 2003, who won gold medals in the
Partnership between the American TV channel WCSN
The Chinese National Games (9,985 athletes, 357 medals,
and the UCI: cycling on a mission to conquer the US
32 sports) are very important in China. Their media
coverage can be compared, in this country, to that of the
The UCI is pleased to announce the conclusion of an
important agreement for the next 3 years with World
Championship Sports Network (WCSN). This includes the
Tissot-UCI: 10 year partnership and signing of a new 3
broadcasting of UCI events "on demand" and "pay per view"
on American cable networks as well as on the internet.
WCSN will show exclusive coverage on American territory,
The UCI President Pat McQuaid and the Chairman of
both live and recorded, of the UCI Road, Track, Mountain
Tissot, François Thiébaud renewed Tissot's partnership
Bike & Trials, Cyclo-cross, BMX and Indoor Cycling World
contract for another 3 years as official timekeeper of the UCI
Championships and World Cups. In addition, WCSN will
Road, Track and Mountain Bike World Championships as
show these events on its website, also live, for users on
well as the UCI Track World Cup “Classics”. This event,
which took place in Madrid on 24th September also marks
The UCI President Pat McQuaid said that he was delighted
10 years of cooperation between Tissot and the UCI.
with "this tremendous opportunity to showcase our world
Since 2002, Tissot has also been a partner of the World
class riders and bring the excitement of these events to the
Cycling Centre in Aigle. According to Mr Thiébaud, Tissot is
American viewers and internet users”. Claude Ruibal, CEO
"absolutely delighted to continue its involvement in cycling,
and founder of WCSN said that he was "proud to be national
whose champions are a great source of inspiration for
home of UCI, adding that "adding cycling to WCSN lineup
young people today". He also stated that, "in line with their
adds tremendous value to WCSN and provides USA
constant aim for innovation and precision, and their wish to
viewers the opportunity for the first time to see all of these
test the limits in their quest for performance, the real values
of the brand Tissot are recognised".
WCSN is the main American channel showing coverage of
Tissot, which is currently part of the Swatch group, was
international sporting events. WCSN has obtained
created 150 years ago. The watchmakers are based in
exclusive partnerships with big international sports
Switzerland but are represented in 150 countries.
federations like the FIS (skiing), IAAF (athletics) and the FIG
UCI Europe Tour: the Brazilian Murilo Fischer gets the
better of the Europeans
Visit of UCI representatives in Mexico
The Brazilian rider Murilo Fischer, rider in the Swiss
Dominique Raymond, UCI Coordinator for Juniors track and
team Naturino-Sapore di Mare, won the UCI Europe Tour
road events and Marc Chovelon, UCI road Women Elite and
individual ranking, the final rankings of which were
Juniors sports coordinator carried out an inspection visit of
published on 14th October by the UCI. Fischer got the
the venues and facilities in the city of Aguascalientes,
better of the majority of European riders taking part in the
Mexico, which is a candidate for the organisation of the
UCI Europe Tour. Throughout the entire season, Fischer
2007 UCI Juniors Road and Track World Championships.
has had many wins and good places, in particular:
Aguascalientes, a city located at altitude (1850 metres) on
the central plateau of Mexico has already hosted the UCI
- 1st in the 2 Giorni Marchigiana/Trofeo Città di
Track World Cup in 2002 and 2003 on an outdoor track at
the Insititute of Mexican Sport (INADE).
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Plans to convert it into an indoor velodrome will be
submitted to the UCI by the end of November, and it should
be completed in 2006.
The UCI is pleased with INADE's very strong motivation,
which is being fully supported by the Mexican government,
the Mexican National Olympic Committee and the Mexican
Cycling Federation, whose President joined the UCI
delegates to carry out the visit.
Information was gathered by the UCI to enable it to draw up
an evaluation report that will be submitted to the UCI
Management Committee at its next meeting, with a view to
the awarding of the event.
New Zealand Cycling Federation course at the World
The UCI is looking forward to the arrival of the New Zealand
Cycling Federation at the World Cycling Centre (WCC) from
26th October to 2nd November. With use of the modern
facilities on offer at the WCC, the New Zealand best
sprinters, Justin Grace, Nathan Seddon, Daniel Beatson,
David Cresswell and Katri Laike, will be able to train in
excellent conditions for the first great world event of the
season which is the UCI Track World Cup Classics in
Moscow from 4th to 6th November.
The following riders have been sanctioned for doping
Florian BAUER (GER), tested positive with triamcinolone
acetonide during the race Cinturon Ciclista Int. a Mallorca
(ESP) on 10 April 2005, sanctioned by BUND DEUTSCHER
RADFAHRER, warning, reprimand and addition of 1% of the
time recorded during this stage (art. 259 RAD). Marcin
GEBKA (POL), tested positive with methylprednisolone
during the race Course de la Solidarité Olympique (POL) on
2 July 2005, sanctioned by UNION CYCLISTE DE
POLOGNE, reprimand and disqualification of the race.
Nicolas PRIN (FRA), tested positive with betamethasone
during the race Ruban Granitier Breton (FRA) on 29 April
2005, sanctioned by FEDERATION FRANÇAISE DE
CYCLISME, suspension of 6 months from 5th August 2005
to 4th February 2006 and disqualification of the race.
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