Tour of the Gila
30 avril au 4 mai 2003
Nouveau-Mexique


Canadian cycling phenom' Geneviève Jeanson
photo : Casey B. Gibson, VeloNews

cinquième étape, 4 mai, « Gila Monster », 111km
Femmes
1- Geneviève Jeanson, RONA/Esker, en 3h 29m 04 (31,9 km/h)
2- Karen Bockel, RONA/Esker, à 6m 44
3- Katrina Grove, T Mobile, à 6m 47
5- Manon Jutras, Saturn, à 6m 59

Classement général final
1- Geneviève Jeanson, RONA/Esker en 12h 29m 55
2- Manon Jutras, Saturn, à 18m 33
3- Katrina Grove, T Mobile, à 20m 47
73 coureuses ont pris le départ, 56 ont terminé le Tour.

En 2007 Geneviève Jeanson a avoué qu’elle se dopait à l’EPO depuis 1997

Lisez :
- Monster rides by Jeanson and Miller cinch Gila, Stephen W. Medcroft, Cyclingnews
- Geneviève Jeanson convincingly won her third consecutive Tour of the Gila, Vaughn Trevi, Dailypeloton.com


Geneviève Jeanson recevant le trophée de la gagnante du Tour of the Gila
photo : Tour of the Gila, sur Cyclingnews

nom équipe 1 2 3 4 cette
étape
écart
étape
cumu
latif
écart
cumul.

Karen Bockel

Rona/Esker

16

11

3

6

2

6m 44

6

24m 42

Andrea Hannos

Rona/Esker

21

30

11

12

23

8m 09

19

32m 45

Melissa Holt

Rona/Esker

40

51

9

3

27

9m 38

24

38m 00

Geneviève Jeanson

Rona/Esker

1 1 1

4

1

aucun

1

aucun

Manon Jutras

Saturn

2

2

5

7

5

6m 59

2

18m 33

Carrie Tuck

Rona/Esker

27

52

32

16

46

20m 23

42

1h 03m 51

Erinne Willock

Rona/Esker

34

38

19

29

21

8m 00

22

35m 05

nom équipe 1 2 3 4 cette
étape
écart
étape
cumu
latif
écart
cumul.

Gordon Fraser

Healtnet

1

11

1

24

Mathieu Toulouse

Canada

60

24

51

18

13

6m 06

25

19m 24

En guise de conclusion :
Geneviève Jeanson et l'Europe...

et

We've seen a lot from Genevieve Jeanson in the last few years. She is such a dominant force in women's cycling so far this year. I can't think of another sport with an athlete who is so far above the level of her competition. You may think of her as Genevieve Jeanson (Jenn-a-veeve Jen-son). Since it appears that her name will be on the lips of anyone engaged in any serious discussion of women's cycling, you may find it useful as a way to set yourself apart by learning the true pronunciation of her name.

The building blocks of the name are actually simple to understand. Imagine yourself sitting down to a meal Jean Luc Picard, the intelligent elder statesman caption of Star Trek's Next Generation series. Imagine that the dish being served is Chicken Kiev. The ‘Gene' in Genevieve is pronounced like Picard's first name. The e disappears. The final syllable is pronounced as the city Kiev. Imagine dropping the e, leaving the final v harder than if it were softened by the e and you have it. So you get Jean-viev. The last name starts with another Jean and end in that French way of saying son which sounds like saying song while leaving the g off the end. Go on, impress your friends. Genevieve Jeanson (Jean-viev Jean-son(g)).

Steve Medcroft, VeloNews

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