Regional sports in a nutshell
Motocross at Desbiens
The e Circuit Pierre Tremblay Desbiens received Sunday the 5 th stage of the Challenge Quebec Motocross and caliber was very high according to the owner of the circuit, Pier-Luc Tremblay.
Around 350 runners participated in the various events. American Josh Cartwright won the elite race, beating Quebec’s Tim Tremblay. Pier-Luc Tremblay is very happy with the place that the Desbiens track has taken among professionals. “There was a national race in Moncton at the same time.
Many pilots have preferred to come here instead of the national. The track begins to have a good reputation. What stands out most in the comments of the people is that there is an event not to be missed in Quebec and it is here, “said Pier-Luc Tremblay after the races.
Two Chicoutimi Saguenéens players, Hendrix Lapierre and Theo Rochette, participate in the selection camp for the Calgary Men’s Under-18 Men’s National Team in preparation for the Hlinka Gretzky Cup in early August in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Hendrix Lapierre showed himself for the whites, by registering the first goal of the meeting. Lapierre’s whites got the better of Theo Rochette’s Reds 4-1 at the first meeting on Sunday. Monday, Lapierre added a goal and an assist to his record in a victory of 5 to 3 of his own. Rochette has been cleared for the second time in as many games. Lapierre has three points in two games, which puts him tied for second in the camp. The third and final match will be held on Tuesday morning.
Rachel Pageau performed well on Sunday, finishing fourth at the Canadian Downhill Championships at Panorama Mountain Resort, BC. The Chicoutimi mountain biker is expected to participate in the next two slices of the Mountain Bike World Cup. She also hopes to be part of the Canadian team for the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships at the end of August at Mont Sainte-Anne.