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Shawn takes 2nd over all for the Tour De Taiwan

Paul Fredricks_3
Paul Fredricks_3 Member Posts: 1,557
Great job!


  • ScottMP
    ScottMP Member Posts: 5,884
    Proud Uncle

    Tour de Taiwan: Stage 8, Strong Finish

    Taipei City - Team Type 1's Shawn Milne (pictured) finished second overall at the Tour de Taiwan, wrapping up a solid week of racing with fourth place on the final stage, the Taipei World Trade Center Criterium.

    Milne scored a pair of third-place time bonuses during the 60-lap, 37-mile (60 km) race that circled the tallest building in the world. That left the Beverly, Mass., native 10 seconds behind race winner John Murphy (Health Net presented by Maxxis) in the final standings. Takashi Miyazawa (Team Meitan Hompo-GDR) finished third, 14 seconds behind.

    "Shawn put in some big efforts to escape and it took a little off his sprint," Team Type 1 Sport Director Ed Beamon said. "The guys were very good today, but we just could not get the extra seconds and Health Net did what they had to do."

    Other overall placings for Team Type 1 at its second international stage race: Chris Jones 29th (1:01 behind), Emile Abraham 35th (1:15 behind), Valeriy Kobzarenko 46th (3:43 behind) and Phil Southerland 78th (18:09 behind). Team Type 1 finished fifth in the team standings in the eight-stage, 495-mile (798 km) race.

    "I am pretty happy with the team's performance in our first two events," Beamon said.

    At the Tour of Langkawi in February, Team Type 1 finished second overall in the team classification and Matt Wilson finished 10th overall.

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  • J.C.A._3
    J.C.A._3 Member Posts: 2,981
    Nice !

    Good show for Shawn. Chris
  • Ruthe Jubinville_2
    Ruthe Jubinville_2 Member Posts: 674
    Congratulations to the Milne family

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