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Skins Grand Prix Presented By Tineli

A unique opportunity to ride with NZ’s top international cyclists, including Hayden Roulston, on the national championships course.

Be in quick, limited to just 200 places.

For the first time ever, recreational cyclists are allowed to ride the elite road national championships course (as used in the 1974 Commonwealth Games) on the day before our riders go head to head.

Entry includes an official Tineli Grand Prix cycling jersey.

Enter here http://nz.eventdirector.net/_Public/_Reg/regCategory.aspx

More info http://www.elitenationals.co.nz/

Tour de Vineyards

Tineli is pleased to support the 2010 Tour de Vineyards.

The tour kicks off on Jan 1 with a 150 strong field contesting the four days of racing in the top of the South.

Tineli is supplying the event leader’s jerseys and the team uniforms of a number of the teams.

Full details and results at www.starandgarterwheelers.co.nz

Tineli Tour De Femme Wrap Up

Perseverance and determination pay off – well they did for Aucklander, Marina Duvnjak when she claimed the Tineli Tour de Femme title at the end of the 3 day, 5 stage event.

Duvnjak, who commented that it was a tough competition but an enjoyable one, made her move on Stage 4, the Individual Time Trial, and maintained her advantage in the penultimate 80km stage 5, despite some gutsy breakaway attempts.  Early leader, Kate McIlroy (Wtgn) suffered in the time trial but recovered yesterday to finish second on General Classification followed by Karen Fulton (Nelson).

The Sprint Ace was already decided going into stage 5.  Emma Petersen (Te Awamutu) having accumulated enough points (28) previously.  Sophie Williamson (Alex) on 13points and Tracy Best (Lwr Hutt) 10points rounded out the top three.

Queen of the Mountains for the third year was Aucklander Emma Crum (38pts), Teresa Adam (Akld) was next in line earning 28pts with Kate McIlroy 3rd on 18pts.

GC: Duvnjak, 7hr:05min:53sec, 1; McIlroy, +49, 2; Fulton, +1.36, 3; Adam, +1.44, 4; Crum, +2.31, 5.
Sprint Ace: Petersen, 28pts, 1; Williamson, 13pts, 2; Best, 10pts, 3.
QOM: Crum, 38pts, 1; Adam, 28pts, McIlroy, 18pts, 3.
Takaka Hill Biggest Improver: (Toxic Coffee Team Trophy): Samara Sheppard, Wtgn,
First Team: TriNZ
Herbert Franz Memorial Trophy (Fastest Under 23): Teresa Adam.
Hoglund Glass Trophy (First Nelson Rider): Karen Fulton
Age Categories:
Under 23: Adam, 1; Crum, 2; Petersen, 3.
23-34: Duvnjak, 1; McIlroy, 2; Best, 3.
35-44: Fulton, 1; Jeannie Kuhajek (Nelson), 2; Rachel Larner (Akld) & Amanda Minty (Chch), 3=.
45-54: Tracy Clark (Chch), 1; Eileen Searle (Nelson), 2.
55+: Christine van Hoppe (Nelson), 1.

Full results available on www.nelsonevents.co.nz