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Wolfpak Racing busy in Ancaster, Hardwood and Mansfield

The season is not yet one full month old and already the WMTB (Walden Mountain Bike Club) Wolfpak racing team have been busy across the province.

A half dozen WMTB representatives made their way just west of the Niagara Escarpment, taking part in the Paris to Ancaster race first contested in 1994. In terms of peer group results, Shawn Mailloux (Master Male - 45-54) showed the way, finishing 21st in a bracket of 321 riders.

Marc Larochelle (LM 35-44 - 69/168) and Alexandre Mailloux (U16 years - 10/23) also finished in the top half of their category as the cyclist challenged either the Centro (108 km) or Classic (72 km) distances.

Rounding out the local contingent were Allison Tate (Master Female - 45-54 - 14/24), Kristian Bischoff (LM - 44-55 -103/144) and Scott McClure (Master Male - 55-64 - 97/170).

A seperate grouping a three riders were off just north of Barrie on May 6th, taking a crack at either the half-marathon or full marathon that is part of the Hardwood Single Track Classic.

The entire troika posted impressive results, led by Kerry Abols (Open Men - half-marathon - 8/56) and Alex Anstice (Open Men - marathon - 10/83), with Caden Sutton (Open Men - marathon - 34/83) also showing well.

The Ontario Cup Race #1 the next day would see the younger Sudbury athletes getting a chance to get their racing feet under them, as both Alexndre Mailloux (U17 Expert - 16/24 - 1:08:36.3) and Eden Abols (U15 Boys - 24/31 - 1:10:30.2) were joined at the event by WMTB Master Sport Men's competitor Matt Hansford (10/17).

This past weekend, the Wolfpak quartet of Luuks Ovaska (team captain), Nicholas Carrier, Matt Hansford and Caden Sutton topped a 7 team division in the 3-4 person relay combined ages between 120-159 at the Epic 8 Hour Spring Relay at the Mansfield Outdoor Centre.

Averaging 33:59 per lap, the Walden based crew completed 15 laps in 8:29:59, one better than PPC RCC Team Lodi-Giant from Vaughan. In the meantime, Paul Guenette was busy in the Solo Male Under 40 classification, finishing second only to Josh Witt (Nielsens Bicycle) in the colection of 17 comparable athletes.