AIC Stage 2 Singapore in 2009

AIC初戦から1週間後、3月7日にAIC第2戦の42kmマラソンがF1のロードコースの一部を使って開催されます。道幅十分と言えない1.9kmコースを折り返す度に減速、加速のドラマがくり返されそうで、最後の直線勝負まで余力を残せるかが勝負の分かれ道だと思います。シンガポール滞在10日になる風巻選手は気候にも慣れた頃、活躍が期待できます。

AIC Stage 2
1st ever speedskating race at the F1 circuit was indeed a challenging one. But the heavy downpour before the start of the 500m sprints did not dishearten the participants. This stage, the Italians; Scarlera Carlo and Cicognani Michele crossed the finishing line with glory in the 42km Men. However, Doon Yuen Ka Hei came in 1st place for the 500m event. The undeafeatable Eri Marina Yo also dominated the race in the woman's 30km race and the 500m sprints. Upcoming AIC race in Orchard, Singapore will be in June. Stay tune!

Italy,Indonesia, Hong Kong & India Victors

by Bill Begg (Mar. 7, 2009)
Hi Skating Media, Italian Masters Men take out Asianic Inline cup no 2 at the F1 track in Singapore, & Indonesia the ladies, with a tropical downpour the day started with the 500 meter heats for men, then the Womens & Mens finals, 15 minutes later the Ladies 30 km Marathon, followed 3 mins later by the mens 42 km.

As the Marathons were about to get underway the rain stopped, but the rain drenched track remained a bit on the slippery side. In the ladies Marina Yo from Kalimantan Indonesia made very short work of her opponents, by winning the 500 meters, plus the 3 sprint primes & lapping the field to take maximum points, she is definately one skater wo could pick up points in full WIC races & hopefully she can get to Incheon Korea & Suzhou China to fully rest herself.AIC Stage 2 Women

The experienced USA Global Worker Kim Aimes was 2nd in both the 500 meters, 3 sprint primes, plus the 30 km Marathon. Manee Chantakett Micro- X-Tech Singapore was 3rd in the 3 sprint primes, while in the 30 km she had to settle for 5th behind the 2 Hong Kong girls Elaine Suen Yee Ting & Lung Kwan both from Checker Sport Bont Hong Kong. Young Hong Kong skater Chan Sze Tim, withdrew but was rewarded with a special prize for the youngest skater.



AIC Stage 2 MenThe mens day started off with the straightline 500 meters with 3 heats & the first 4 Qualifyers going through to the finals. Hong Kong man Doon Yuen from Checker sport Bont was the suprise winner from Michelle Cicognani Italy & Daniel Chew Wee team Revo Shankel Singapore Santinder Pal Singh was 4th with Lai Yongquan ( Fast Boy ) Revo Singapre 5th, with Jack Ko Wan Hang provisionally 6th.

There was plenty of Activity in the sprint primes with Daisuke Kazamaki Schankel - Kazax Japan winning the first of 4 from Fabian Lachenmair Skatertreff Germany who proceeded to win the next 3 primes, Lachenmair currently based in Bologna was working well with the Italians Michelle Cicognani & Carlo Scalera, this experienced group was controlling the race.


In the last lap sprint 11 skaters only were in the lead group,the Italian skaters got themselves in the best position comming out of the last bend, with the Singapore skater Daniel Chew Wee finding himself outnumbered with no team support & losing contact with the winners.

A triumphant Carlo Scalero Italy roared down to the finish with Team Mate Michele Cicognani covering him, as the victory was set for Scalero, but 3rd place was the Indian Skater Satinder Pal Singh, there coach Hari OM Gupta & Manager Vinod Kumar Sefrawat were over the moon & so was Satinder, probably the first Indian to record such a high placing in an International Marathon event.
AIC Stage 2 Men
4th place went to Hong Kong Checker sport Bont sprint winner Doon Yuen, 5th the Singapore star Daniel Chew Wee Revo Schankel Singapore, the hard working German based Italian Fabian Lachenmair was 6th, the Japanese Diasuke Kazamaki 7th & if you think India was happy with a 3rd, then you had to see the Italian Stefano Lota 8th,this Veteran 1 year short of 60 found the conditions to his likeing & a very creditable 8th place.

In 9th was Daryl Chan Chiang from Team Bont/TSV Singapore who tried everything to break away along with his hard working teammate Terence Chew who ran himself into the ground working at the front & was 11th, between these was the young Indian Mohit Malik 10th, Australian Peter Jewel 12th, Peter found himself in no mans land & settled into a rythm to pick up a good placement. Fresh back from Military traing Lai Yonquan Revo Singapore was 13th, only dropping off in the last 8 km, rounding out the top 20 who scored points were 14th Mirco Pancaldi Italy, 15th Lau Pak Hei Hong Kong, 16th Rohit GoyalIndia, 17th Lim June Liang Singapore, 18th Edmund Tay Singapore, 19th Tan Chee Wee Alan Singapore & Jack Ko Wan Hang Hong Kong in 20th position. Full results will follow,with overall Shortly.



ASIANIC INLINE CUP POINTS OVERALL

AFTER 2 ROUNDS OF THE AIC OVERALL RANKING MENS

No.PointNameNationality
1112 ptsMichele CicognaniItaly
2104 ptsDaniel Chew Wee Singapore
391 ptsCarlo ScaleroItaly
485 ptsSantinder Pal SinghIndia.
558 ptsMalik MohitIndia
656 ptsDaisuke KazamakiJapan
750 ptsDoon YuenHong Kong
848 ptsDaryl ChanSingapore
945 ptsKim Bum-SikKorea
1041 ptsFabian LachenmairGermany
1132 ptsTerence ChewSingapore
-32 ptsStefano LotaItaly
1327 ptsJune LiangSingapore
1424 ptsPeter JewelAustralia
No.PointNameNationality
1523 ptsMirco PancaldiItaly
1620 ptsGoyal RohitIndia
1718 ptsBertrand Chew Singapore
1816 ptsYomgquan LaiSingapore
198 ptsLau Pak HeiHong Kong
207 ptsEdmund TaySingapore
216 ptsSavpreet SinghIndia
223 ptsJacques FretyFrance
-3 ptsStefan WongHong Kong
242 ptsLin June Liang Singapore
252 ptsAlan Tan Chee WeeSingapore
261 ptKim KiangSingapore
-1 ptJack Ko Wan Hang Hong Kong
Ladies results to Follow, But Eri Marina Yo from Indonesia has maximum points after 2 rounds & leads wiyh 139 pts, Froom Kim: Ames USA comming 2nd with 104 ots & Manee Chanyakett Singapore 3rd with 71 pts.

AIC F1 track
F1 track around Singapore GP Pit Building - 1.9 km lap.
Bill Begg - AIC Blog: Italy,Indonesia, Hong Kong & India Victors
Bont Skates Message Board and News: ASIANIC INLINE CUP 2009
LionCityInlineCup.com: AIC/LCIC-2 photos and AIC/LCIC Stage 2 - 7th Mar 2009
heyoo: AIC 2
dev2k8's photostream: Lion City Inline Cup (Flickr Photo)
Lawrence Ang at pbase.com: In-Line Skate

Spreading the Word AIC

by Bill Begg (Mar. 5, 2009)
Asianic Inline Cup Stage 2 Singapore Saturday 7th March commencing 7.30 am

After a good opening to the first stage of the AIC & an exciting mens race, we await stage 2 which will be held on Saturday morning, on part of the specially constucted section of the F 1 Car race track. After the opening half marathon last week,the action starts to hot up, at 7.30 am with the straightine 500 meter Bonus points races, with 10 bonus points for the winner & 1 point for 8th.

The Marathons get underway at 8 am,with the 60 points for the winner, down to 1 point for 20th, but there will be 3 sprint primes in the ladies 30 km race & 4 in the mens 42 km. worth 3, 2 & 1 points. The prime sprint points add into the overall points for the season, plus a Sprint Ace section,with the 500 & marathon Sprint prime points counting for that.

So in reality Eri Marina Yo from Kalimantan Indonesia, could well collect 60 points for the Win, plus 10 for the 500 & 9 for winning the 3 Marathon Primes, that would give her a Maximum of 79 points from stage 2, an effort like this would also have her leading the Sprint Ace series with 19 points.

It appears as if a couple of Singapore Females prominent from Stage 1 will not be present, but Hong Kong's Elaine Suen Yee Ting Checker Sport, could well be capable of testing Eri the Indonesian flyer, who has been a cut above the others to date, Former World endurance record holder Kim Ames USA has been working hard to get her sprinting Technique sorted during the week, to be more prepared for chasing the breakaways, Carmen Goh Kia Man Team Bont/ TSV Singapore had a good 2nd in last weeks AIC race & should backit up with a top placing this week.

Well the field is missing the Korean Kim Bum -Sik,the hot favourite from the first race, but both Daniel Chew Wee Team Revo Racing Singapore & Michele Cicognani Bologna Italy grabbed the Tiger by the tail & sent the hot favourite home, with his tail between his legs. But we have some very good new arrivals for the 2nd stage German Fabian Lachenmair who is currently based in Italy is a strong masters skater likely to add some fire power to the Italian Boys from Bologna,to try & capture race two, With Mirco Pancaldi an unselfish Teamworker & the crafty Carlo Scalero & veteran Stefano Loto, the Italians have the top racing experience over the others in the field.

Two others Doon Yuen Hong Kong Checker Sport & Lai Yongquan Team Revo Singapore have both raced at the World Championships, so they have some experience & class. Doon Yuen is a Multiple Hong Kong & British Champion, who represented Britian at the World championships,he has both speed & power & will line up as one of the favourites, with the capabitity of a podium placement.

The other Lai Yongquan affectionly known as "THE FAST BOY " earnt the tag in his young days, as he was the Boy who was faster than the men. His 2 year service for his country stopped his momentum, but is a very good skater & capable of an upset, hopefully he will be a Revo Teamate allie for Chew Wee in the race. Of the other Singapore Skaters Daryl Chaing from Team Bont / TSV Singaore, is a tough competiror & can never be overlooked, the Micro X-Tech pairof Lim Jun Liang & Bertrand Chew made the top 10 last time & will be looking towards an improvement, June was expected to be amongst the favourites & will have been dissapointed with droping off the leading group in the last race & will be looking for an improvment.

I am sure Japan's Daisuke Kazamaki from team Schankel-Kazax-Japan was not expecting to come to Singapore & only finish 8th, Peter Jewell Australia, Frenchman Jacques Frety & Edmund Tay team Revo Singapore, will all be chasing top 10 placings.

But the unknown Factor is the team of young Indian boys, anyone viewing the last 500 meters last week, knew that 13 year old Mohit Malik could have nearly stolen the race, this skater is the best out of India for a long time, as the twisty turns with a mixture of right & left hand bends suited the nimble & highly skilled Indian boys.

On thebig open & long straits of the F1 track many have written off Malik & his team mates Satinder Pal Singh, Rohit Goyal & Sarvpreet Singh, but do so at your own peril,in the straight line I have not seen any faster on the course than Mohit Malik, this boy is something special. Cheers Bill
Bill Begg - AIC Blog: Spreading the Word AIC

Asian Inline Cup 2009 Schedule

-DateRaceClass
01Feb. 28thTuas Circuit - SingaporeLCIC-21km
02Mar. 7thF1 Circuit - SingaporeLCIC-42km
03May 24thIncheon - KoreaWIC Top
04May 30Jia Xing - China42 km
05Jul. 25thOrchard Road - Singapore23 km
06Aug. 1st-2ndPatrajaya - Malaysia-
07Aug. 23rdSuzhou - ChinaWIC Top
08Oct. 1stDisneyland - Hong Kong-

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