Bloomington Jaycees Criterium 30+ 4/5 Race Report. Wild Card: Ryan Harden, Tom Mathis

posted on Oct 31 2013 by Wild Card

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I’m gonna admit upfront that I had very low expectations for this race. I did crappy at the TT on Tuesday and then didn’t feel that great on Wednesday Night. My expectations were downgraded when I arrived at Bloomington and saw that 50% of the course was uphill and the temperature was in the 90s. Both of which cause me to struggle.

Tri Report

posted on Aug 08 2013 by Wild Card

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Tri Season Rolls On!

Great Egyptian Omnium

posted on Aug 08 2013 by Wild Card

And the results are in !!! 1st place in the overall Omnium! (3rd place Road Race, 1st place Time Trial, 1st place Crit).

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More photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1cbl49gbj47h4cy/w4mek0VX1H

Morton Crits

posted on Aug 08 2013 by Wild Card

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Cat 4 results:
Neil 2nd
Rick 9th
Joel 12th

“I led Neil out in the field sprint which he took. A guy went off the front halfway through the race and never got caught. Starte pouring halfway through the race.”
Rick

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Chris 4th, Aaron Lael 3rd

RAAM

posted on Aug 08 2013 by Wild Card

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Local Cyclists Complete Grueling Trans-Continental Race

O'Fallon Road Race - Congrats to Neil Fortner Cat 4 State Champion

posted on Aug 08 2013 by Wild Card

Congratulations to Neil Fortner, Illinois Category 4 State Champion!
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Galena

posted on Aug 08 2013 by Wild Card

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Race weekend started at 6am Saturday morning for me as we pulled away from home and started the long 4+ hour drive to Galena. The horror stories about a couple of the climbs on the road race course was on my mind the entire trip up. This was a race I was trying to peak for in my training so I was pretty pumped to get started.

Toughman Indiana Half

posted on Aug 08 2013 by Wild Card

On Saturday, June 1, I raced the inaugural Toughman Indiana Half, a 70.3 mile, half-iron distance triathlon (http://www.americamultisport.com/toughman-half). The venue was in Richmond, Indiana, just a few miles from the Ohio line. The morning weather looked ominous. We were under a tornado watch until 5:30. Heavy storm clouds rolled in around 6:15 and dropped heavy rainfall for about 15 minutes, but it mostly blew over by the 7 am race start, save for an occasional spell of light rain.

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