Saturday, June 28, 2008

getting fisted Michiganscene style.






YEA thats what alotta sceners felt like after this weekend festivity's. Not callin anyone out, but its gettin old. what can we say about rockford? but ITS the hardest crit in the state, and no matter what class you win it aint easy, big props go out to... The BISSEL TRAIN runnin away with the 1/2 top 3...the rest were left swimin in the quagmire of the hurt locker. Alan Antosick of the edge of the trail bike shop winnin cat 3 against some tough comp. cat 3 also scene THE GIANT KILLER GOIN DOWN, OOOH! Mark the PYSCHO Olson winnin masters 35+ , and was there a jason swiatiski sighting in there as well? . Oh the LIL pony was also scene at Rockford we do believe???. lawarnece warbasse waxin the U18 crowd and then comin back in the 1/2 field and crankin it to it to the old guys. the DOUBLE TT of TARA TARA Tasma (Giant MI) out foxin the BISSEL BROADS. NICE! Hey! seein Rex REIED dicin in the 4 's was a good sight! long time NO SEE BUDDY!

2008 ROCKFORD CRITERIUM
June 28

2008
Sr Cat 1/2
1 Graham Howard 27 Bissell
2 Derek Graham 21 Bissell
3 Steven Howard 19 Bissell
4 John Doyle 34 Priority Health U-23
5 Robert Daksiewicz 36 Lathrup Industries
6 Lawarence Warbasse 16 Priority Health U-23
7 Jeff Koch 31 Bissell
8 Shane Braley 29 Team Wheel & Sprocket
9 Bruce Rivera 10 Essex Brass Racing Team
10 Luke Cavender 25 Wolverine/American C&F
11 Robert Hockin 14 Team Giant
12 Ben Whitehead 18 Bissell
13 Tim Finkel 26 Wolverine/American C&F
14 Dave Baar 2 Spout.com
15 Nathaniel Williams 32 West Michigan Coast Riders
16 Derek Witte 22 Bissell
17 Scott Anderson 24 Bissell
18 Robert Foshag 5 Saturn of Toledo
19 James Bruce 3 Lathrup Industries
20 David Williams 30 Bissell
21 Jeff Weinert 28 Team Giant
22 John Zaccone 13 South Lyon Cycles
23 Robert Selle 11 Cadieux/Team O2
24 Eric Phreed 9 West Michigan Coast Riders
25 Jimmi McMurray 8 Team Giant


Sr Cat 3
1 Allen Antonuk 300 Trails Edge Cyclery
2 Chris Aten 327 South Lyon Cycle racing
3 Chris Boer 302 Spout.com
4 Jimi Minnema 314 Bissell
5 Taylor Birmann 322 Priority Health U-23
6 Brian Bangma 323 GR Bicycle Company
7 Tim Keeley 310 ABD Cycle Club
8 Lupe Martinez 313 Leadout/Chicago Dr Cycling
9 Scott Gifford 307 South Lyon Cycle Racing
10 Fred Bunn 304 Cisco Cycling
11 Scott Kroske 330 Wolverine Sports Club
12 Nate Cole 305 Fusion IT/RCV
13 Waylon Janowiak 309 Unattached
14 Cody Brown 331 Wolverine Sports Club
15 Jeremy Woolcock 319 Spout.com
16 Mike Van Houten 316 Cisco Cycling
17 John Wolf 318 Mapleleaf Cycling Club


Sr Cat 4
1 Mac Brennan 401 Priority Health U-23
2 Mark Bush 403 Little Caesars Racing
3 Ben Penner 409 Ann Arbor Velo Club
4 Mark Bailey 412 Rapid Wheelmen
5 Rex Reist 421
6 Joel Bierling 413
7 Jonathan Brinkman 420 Saturn of Toledo
8 Michael Dega 405 Cadieux/Team O2
9 Brad Fry 406 Kalamazoo Bicycle Club
10 Geoff Kuyer 416 Leadout/Chicago Dr Cycling
11 Jeff Warner 415 Saturn of Toledo
Sr Cat 5
1 Tom Scott 513 Rapid Wheelmen
2 Devin Winton 516 Team Active Racing
3 Sam Deyoung 520 GR Bicycle Company
4 Lucas Oostindie 511 Unattached
5 Terry Sensiba 517 River City
6 Justin Van Beek 514 Unattached
7 David Tomasik 526 Unattached
8 Brian Bartek 500 Unattached
9 Kyle Wigboldy 527 Unattached
10 Mark Talbot 519 Fusion IT/RCV
11 Michael Basel 501 Rapid Wheelmen
12 Paul Havens 508 Leadout/Chicago Dr Cycling
13 Bryan Cornell 504 Rapid Wheelmen
14 Don Boersma 525 Fusion IT/RCV
15 Dennis Hamel 507 Rapid Wheelmen
16 Ryan Field 505 Unattached
17 John Muller 521 Spout.com
18 Dave Lenting 518 Unattached


Wmn 1-3
1 Tara Tasma 703 Team Giant
2 Sara Maguire 701 Bissell
3 Leslie Gaines 702 Bissell
4 Toni Musto 700 Bissell
5 Amy Stauffer 704 Bissell
6 Laura Melendez 705 Bissell


Wmn Cat 4
1 Tiffany Bangma 600 Team Chica Chain
2 Angela Bowers 612 Team Active Racing
3 Haggerty Rautiola 614 Hagerty Cycling
4 Michelle Leveque 605 Team Chica Chain
5 Susan Berce 601 Team Chica Chain
6 Kellie Williams 610 Team Chica Chain
7 Jill Gorcowski 613 Unattached
8 Jody Mohle 611 Team Chica Chain
9 Beth Hall 603 Team Chica Chain
10 Leigh Soderman 608 Team Chica Chain
11 Carey Seven 607 Team Chica Chain
12 Sarah Grochoski 602 Team Chica Chain
13 Jeoffery Meixner 606 Team Chica Chain
14 Denise Turner 609 Team Chika Chain
15 Heather Kubiak 604 Team Chica Chain


Juniors
1 Lawrence Warbasse 556 Priority Health U-23
2 Mark Bailey 557 Rapid Wheelmen
3 Ross Williams 555 Hagerty
4 Noah Ventkamp 554 Tri City Cyclists
5 Rudy Peterson 558 Kalamazoo Bicycle Club
6 Conner Loftus 552 KBC/Little Caesers
7 Jordon Sanford 553 Ann Arbor Velo Club
8 Mac Brennan 551 Priority Health U-23


Sr 35+
1 Mark Olson 108 Bissell
2 Dave Hietikko 103 West Michigan Coast Riders
3 Craig Gietzen 113 Spout.com
4 Houston Peterson 109
5 Jason Swiatlowski 110 Bissell
6 Jimmi Mc Murray 104 Team Giant
7 Tim Stersic 107 Fusion IT/RCV
8 Terry Ritter 106 Team Giant
9 Hal Bevier 111 Hagerty
10 Michael Dega 101 Cadieux/Team O2
11 Cliff Onthank 112 Hagerty


Sr 45+
1 Mark Cahn 203 Cadieux/Team O2
2 Terry Bandstra 201 West Michigan Coast Riders
3 Mike Krywanski 213 Cisco Cycling
4 Fredrick Anderson 200 West Michigan Coast Riders
5 Scott Claes 224 Unattached
6 Cliff Onthank 214 Hagerty
7 Tom Cole 205 West Michigan Coast Riders
8 Tony Obermeyer 221 Kitchi Mi Kana
9 Mike Van Houten 211 Cisco Cycling
10 Franklin Kistler Jr 206 Saturn of Toledo
11 Jonathan Brinkman 219 Saturn of Toledo
12 Jeff Warner 212 Saturn of Toledo
13 Glenn Dik 222 Cisco Cycling
14 Paul Bybee 218 Leadout/Chicago Dr Cycling
15 David Stebbins 209 Cisco Cycling
16 Bernie Clincke 204 Cadieux/Team O2
17 Dan Dubes 215 Bissell
18 Loren Simons 216 Cisco Cycling


Wolverine state TT...titles at stake here folks. thanks Wolverine for keeping this one on the calander. Although the total turnout was low. no worries mate
GODFATHER TAKIN home another STATE TT win. although the 1/2 field was T H I N ! the eldest Howard bros still had enough in his legs to take Miscene favorite Tom Burke, GARYD of Sunlyon made another infamous appearnce in the 1/2 group. come on out to the crits and RR Gary the rest of the 1/2 field isnt that scary!!!. terry palmer CRANKED the master 35+. what the hell happended to all those the 30 somethings? masters 40+ saw Paul Riveria clock a staggering 1hr 41 minute 40 K , Paul come on! yer better than that! Don fedrigon of the 1st ICEMAN fame wound up a staggering 56 and change ride, all of this being 50+, hey Gary TARSHA 60+ nearly broke the hr 40K, thats like most peoples grampas out the lightin it up. gives hope to those hopeless. BIG PROPS GO OUT TO ALL . now is the time to rest up for the 2nd half of the season or venture off to different avenues.

the Midnight Special

Monday, June 23, 2008

catchin up in and around your scene

For what its worth, Misceners were hittin it all weekend, with a score of strong riders headin North to da UP looks like its a good insight at who's gonna be on form and who's losin it or, well runnin on empty.
This weekend marks a crazy bunch of racing for some State Time Trial, Rockford crit, week long Masters road Nationals.

How about the state TT, Turnout will probably be light, Not the best course, or even the best weekend with the grueling Rockford on saturday, but heck, at least we still have it. unlike some the cancellation of events, its getting rather ominous.. TMS isnt throwin out any 5$ bets anyone but rollers are likely to be sceners . like THE BLACK ACE CARD, The all arounder Tom Burke, Greg powerman2007 Christain, and possibly DANNYK. and long shot ken VernierThe rest of the fields are open masters will probably go out to.(this is NOT a prediction!).the GODFATHER, and some misplaced 1/2ers. TT are so hard to tell who's comin outta of the woodwork. so were gettin go with less said is better.

ROCKFORD. only the tough need apply to this one, maybe that is why at press time, the pre reg list is thinner than half the masters fields scalps. As with years past no matter when its scheduled, the dose of pain is never less, WHEN are they going to make this the legit state championship race, (last years Dexter was close, heck if we keep losin races Runway plaza may seem like a great filler.) No matter what, this one is gonna send many into the HURT LOCKER for a hour or so. The 1/2 race is gonna be a great show with riders comin into form for masters nationals. On the women's side its gonna another battle between HEALTH CHIX and the BISSEL BROADS.

Whatta about the rest? Doug Gatto has set himself up for a big goal and thats a top 3. and Joe L takin no prisoners in the 3's Masters is gonna be C R A Z Y. wonder if the lil Pony is gonna show? Before Tms gets to in depth, last go again with less said.


In the words of GIRLSCHOOL,

lets go!

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Allen Park...Carny Mutants, Nazi Beats, Iron Men, and a Jackass


2008 edition of the infamous Allen Park crit, if the old addage is true they save the best for last, we may have seen the last of crits at ap as we know it. with the exception of a few key notes, were going to let the results speak for themselves.


Only 19 of the 60+ riders in the 1/2 field completed the entire 90 minutes


Many riders doubled or tripled there races, hats off to guys like,, RICOSER, Godfather,Bruce, Foshag and DOCSAVAGE, few made the 1/2 cut and placed well in other events.

For many the weekend proved to be costly as there were grumbling of broken wheels due to the rough coure.


Cat 3 saw a nasty crash that put down Miscene favorite LUPE MARTINEZ from leadout racing.


John Zaccone nearly stealing a upset in the 1/2 race riding a FELT cross bike UGH!


PH chicks setting Kristy Keeley up for a great lead out.


Ben Renkma has got a killer MULLET.


the So CALLED WHO CARES IM FLYIN AWARD should go out to non other than TIM ROCKSTAR FINKEL even after partying all night he still rode HYPERSPASTIC in the 1/2 and honched in the break, and nearly made TOP 10


Saturn of Toledo's Chris Brinkman winning the Cat 3 race as well as the 16-18.


A DAVE MULLINS SIGHTING!




1 Ben Renkema 193086 11 Turin/Barker+Nesto


2 Brian Adams 80614 53 Lathrup


3 Christopher Uberti 238311 46 Turin/Barker+Nestor


4 Jonathan Card 6078 23 Saturn of Toledo


5 Bruce Rivera 64577 40 Essex Brass


6 Paolo Eugeni 61 Invita


7 Robert Daksiewicz 47027 54 Lathrup


8 Luke Cavender 199544 34 Wolverine Sports Club


9 (5 - Cat1) Derek Witte 41402 28 Bissell


10 (6 - Cat1) James Bruce 46453 49 Lathrup


11 (4 - Cat2) Zach McBride 212543 Priority Health


12 (5 - Cat2) Tim Finkel 216738 21 Wolverine Sports Club


13 (6 - Cat2) Robert Hockin 164410 62 Team Giant


14 (7 - Cat1) Derek Graham 102695 29 Bissell


15 (7 - Cat2) Kenneth Vernier 201821 32 Essex Brass


PRIMES 1 - Derek Graham - Bissell - Can of Jittery Joe's Coffee


2 - Paolo Eugeni - Invita - Ritchey umbrella


3 - Rob Daksiewicz - Lathrup - Can of Jittery Joe's Coffee


4 - Tim Finkel - WSC - Ritchey umbrella


5 - Derek Graham - Bissell - Can of Jittery Joe's Coffee


6 - Scott Anderson - Bissell - Can of Jittery Joe's Coffee Men -




Cat 3 1 Christopher Brinkman 202241 181 Saturn of Toledo


2 Cody Brown 258051 269 Wolverine Sports Club


3 Aaron Sheehan 219075 235 Team Venom


4 Raymond Auger 352 Maple Leaf Cycling Club


5 Eric Hinderager 224310 247 South Lyon Cycle


6 Waylon Janowiak 258509 292 UA


7 Scott Gifford 113027 267 South Lyon Cycle


8 Scott Kroske 225584 255 Wolverine Sports Club


9 Nate Cole 236397 268 Fusion IT


10 Chris Aten 234254 263 South Lyon Cycle


11 Francis Bunn 221576 256 Cisco Cycling Team


12 David Morrissey 221669 279 South Lyon Cycle


13 Brian Hayden 210583 288 Priority Health


14 John Wolf 58615 278 Maple Leaf Cycling Club


PRIMES 1 - Jeremy Woolcock - Spout.com - Pair of Ritchey tubes


2 - Brian Anderson - Ritchey umbrella


3 - Dan Ritter - Saturn of Toledo - Pair of Ritchey tubes




Men - Cat 4 1 Todd Hoover 277279 285 Essex Brass


2 Matthew Younkins 264170 233 Racing Greyhounds


3 Adam Sulkes 191897 253 Racing Greyhounds


4 Ben Penner 155658 295 AAVC


5 Adam York 210584 272 Trails Edge


6 Paul Jacobson 209765 289 Athletic Mentor CC


7 Tom Elias 250699 264 Essex Brass


8 Mark Bush 274918 300 Little Caesars / KBC


9 Andrew Lee 167025 282


10 Patrick Russell 197649 283 Wolverine Sports Club


11 Jim Rauck 273978 291 Savage Hill


12 Jeffrey Warner 249166 250 Saturn of Toledo


13 John Wunderlin 148149 299 Little Caesars / KBC


14 Michael Dega 264316 259 O2/Cadieux


PRIMES 1 - Dominick Wieczorek - South Lyon Cycle - Can of Jittery Joe's coffee


2 - Todd Hoover - Essex Brass - pair of Ritchey tubes




Men - Cat 5


1 David Richardson-Rossbach 223 N/A


2 Jerry Gase II 269005 227 O2/Cadieux


3 Peter Thompson 245538 198 Flying Rhino Cycling Club


4 Brett Beddow 279808 193 N/A


5 Matthew Windy 263676 191 N/A


6 Devin Winton 255916 167 Team Active


7 Christopher Matthews 276259 200 Flying Rhino Cycling Club


10 Reed Parker 197 N/A


11 Charles Plaskey 212336 195 Saturn of Toledo


12 Brian Wilson 203127 175 N/A


13 Lee Duhl 277351 192 Trails Edge


14 Derek Gibbs 271573 188 Trails Edge


15 Mark Caffyn 252670 199 Flying Rhino Cycling Club Men -




Master - 35+ 1 Terry Palmer 67533 30 Essex Brass


2 Robert Foshag 88653 13 Saturn of Toledo


3 Robert Daksiewicz 47027 54 Lathrup


4 David Hietikko 16121 273 West Michigan Coast Riders


5 Paolo Eugeni 61 Invita


6 Jimmy McMurray 166307 51 Team Giant


7 Anthony Bruley 80460 266 O2/Cadieux


8 David Komives 19612 292 Saturn of Toledo


9 Houston Peterson 48753 182 Indiana Masters


10 Francis Bunn 221576 256 Cisco Cycling Team


11 Loren Simons 47936 243 Cisco Cycling Team


12 Paul Rivera 131480 265 Essex Brass


13 John Rigdon 60320 15 South Lyon Cycle


14 Michael Dega 264316 259 O2/Cadieux


15 Robert Hockin 164410 62 Team Giant


PRIMES 1 - Tony Bruley - O2/Cadieux - Maxxis Courchevel Tires


2 - Dave Komives - Saturn of Toledo - Ritchey Umbrella Men -




Master - 45+


1 Darrell Anderson 236425 241 South Lyon Cycle


2 William Gilboe 13242 246 Essex Brass


3 Mark Cahn 45148 249 O2/Cadieux


4 Terry Bandstra 206138 245 West Michigan Coast Riders


5 James Bruce 46453 49 Lathrup


6 Robert Hockin 164410 62 Team Giant


7 Dominick Zaccone 85167 238 South Lyon Cycle


8 Robert Iser 189026 20 South Lyon Cycle


9 Larry Bohnsack 40759 251 AAVC


10 Jeffrey Warner 249166 250 Saturn of Toledo


11 Gennaro Capasso 243717 61 Flying Rhino Cycling Club


12 Elio Zanella 44 G Caboto Velo Club


13 Scott Kroske 225584 55 Wolverine Sports Club


14 EJ Levy 21031 53 O2/Cadieux


PRIMES 1 - Jim Bruce - Lathrup - bootleg DVD of the 2000 Paris-Roubaix Classic




Men - Junior -


1 Alexey Vermeulen 258681 169 AAVC


2 Rudyard Peterson 215610 180 Flying Rhino Cycling Club


3 Joseph Toma 196 Maple Leaf Cycling Club


4 James Anderson 220662 172 AAVC


5 Vince Pugliese 161 Maple Leaf Cycling Club


6 Nikolaas Vermeulen 260245 170 AAVC


7 Joe Fornetran 166 Maple Leaf Cycling Club


8 Levi Veltkamp 177 Tri City


9 James Moir 278632 173 AAVC Men -


Junior - 15-18


1 Christopher Brinkman 202241 181 Saturn of Toledo


2 Blaine Benson 268471 156 Essex Brass


3 Noah Veltkamp 262847 176 Tri City


4 Jordan Ludlow 246896 183 Saturn of Toledo




Women - Cat 1/2/3


1 (1 - Cat2) Christy Keely 267467 230 Priority Health


2 (1 - Cat3) Laura Johnson 110465 224 Priority Health


3 (2 - Cat3) Leslie Gaines 182278 231 Bissell


4 (3 - Cat3) Jennifer Mitchell 208609 226 Priority Health


5 (4 - Cat3) Emily Flynn 234057 236 Priority Health


6 (5 - Cat3) April Yerge 186984 174 Priority Health


7 (6 - Cat3) Ann Ferris 228695 229 Priority Health


Note: ()'s denote the rider's place in their license category




Women - Cat 4


1 Mary Ward 247101 225 O2/Cadieux


2 Traci Morrison 280243 228 Priority Health


3 Stephanie Sheehan 270826 232 Team Venom Women -




Junior - 10-14


1 Abigail Anderson 273601 171 AAVC

Thursday, June 12, 2008

TMS is interupted by a F1 moment

The Michiganscene has nothing on the F1 circuit, don't believe us?
then you must be either blind, or dead.

Monday, June 09, 2008

west coast weekend









AH. the Michigan state road championship, Kinda like TV ,Never without a lil excitement and drama, throw in touch of danger and maybe Little skin, loss or shown (show is up to tms) all of this done by either by mother nature, promoters, or sceners, it wouldnt be the the state roads without it, thats why like it sooo much..
The setting a balmy but threatening west Michigan morning all groups had a long day in the Selle ahead of them (GEE who's responsible for the length in events this year? ) The show got underway a tad late, but hey its the State Roads right? seems the west Michigan road commission is getting used to chip seal quite nicely thank you.

First program with a report went off at 10:30 due to a communication break down.


Elite MEN 1/2, with a pro in the field? don't ask don't know? the report TMS got was the race was like a rubiks cube many combinations with only one solution, big breaks would form get pulled back, what TMS would like to know, how? every team had 6-8 guys in the 50+ field. with the exception of a few solo's. Nearing the half way point the cube puzzle was getting solved and legs got tired and the winning side was off and running with another side comin behind and the field rollin around. The stage was set for a great finish until Mother Nature stepped and put a stop to all the fun callin the game off 1 lap early. In the end it was the crafty 40 somethin veteran Jim Bruce taking a surprise win for Lathrup, and the Always tough all arounder Tom Burke of the home team 2nd .Not far back is a kid who has been postin wins for many years Zach Mcbride. Oh and then its rained real hard!
program report 2,
Cat 3. Yup they got to ride longer this year as well, another Bissell recruit Jimi MINNEME took Alan Antonichis to the line after 70+ miles and got the win. both of these guys should be commended as it was no easy day specially Anonsick, ridin solo for Edge of trail cyclery . nice job..Lupe Martinez from Leadout racing got 4th and 1st in the cool kit award. Calcareous upstart Roger THE BOWSER also top 10tend.
Cat 4 . wheres JB Hancock at ? Tms figured he would of followed up the state Cross title with road title, go figure.? Old school MTB guy John Wunderlend fueled by LIL Cesars pizza rolled in for 4th, EYE GATTO was spotted but didnt meet tms expectation . our buddy Gordy Fitnch from the Haggerty crew cracked the top 10. That Haggerty crew is on this year.
Masters 35+ the field was treated to the TINKER and PONY show as the 2 old school miscene MTB legends battled it out, masters field depth may not be as deep as the 1/2 but there not lackin SOME horse power. Odds of the pony makin the break were in his favor as nearly half the field were wearin his colors. seems the mans plan is on target for fall. But missing the win be mere dreadlocks against TINKER shouldn't upset him, as Tinker has been ragin scince kenssington. Its a shame these two are waisting the there power supply in the masters field(not saying its a waste,BUT, U-NO) they are easily 1/2 material.
Masters 45+ A break of 3 riders got away and put some solid time in the field. FRCC unknown to TMS book won this, beating out Haggerty trio of Long time scener craig webb, Hofstra, HAL BIEVER. last years state champion Scot CLAWS had to settle for 6th
Elite women. BISSEL had this one, although PHCHIX couldnt be out numbered, Sara Mguire won the field sprint over Taraizer of Giant MI. and Haggerty gal Susan Vigland.

Race notes of the weekend and standouts in the eye of the SCENE:

Wolverine youngins Bogedine, and Durbish ridin well in the move.

what was with the... THERES a pro in the 1/2 race, he's not allowed to contest, or lead a break or bridge to the break? Is there a rule concerning this?
Leadout racing kit, fresh
oldest helmet award. TIE..Brett Robinson's, and Eric phreeds lid. whew
thanks west coast

Thursday, June 05, 2008

track time


Whats happening at Bloomer?


We now have some record times for individual events at the Velodrome @ Bloomer Park. The bar has been set, now let's try to better the record times! Riders had a great time at the first velodrome records day and are asking for another day of timed events so stay tuned! Below are the Velodrome @ Bloomer Park track records since 5/31/08. Also, I have listed the records that still need to get set in each event.

If you have never ridden on a Velodrome, get out to the Velodrome @ Bloomer Park for instructions, there are bikes to use and a staff to use and a great staff to get you going. Check http://www.velodromeatbloomerpark.com/ for the training schedule. The learning curve is quick and the short individual Time Trails are the perfect place to start on the track to test your fitness. So come out, learn to ride, and you too can take part in the next Records Day attempt. There are still a lot of records need to get set.

Flying 200 Meter: Track Record Men: Terry Palmer - 11:99 seconds / Women: Laura Johnson - 14:99
Junior Men 11-12: Michael Wright - 19:35 / 15-16: Nick Console - 15:10

U-23 Men: Luke Cavender - 12:71 / U-23 Women: Maia Orabi - 15:29

Masters Men 35-39: Terry Palmer - 11:99 / 40-44: Doug Hedges - 13:90 / 45-49: Todd Hayes - 12:47 / 50-54: Ed Gostin - 14:00 / 70+: Eugene Diggs - 17:95
Masters Women: 40-44: Laura Johnson - 14:99
Tandam: Russ & Mary St John - 15:69

Records still needed for Flying 200 Meter: Junior Men 13-14, 17-18 / Junior Women 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 / Masters Men 30-34, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69 / Masters Women 30-34, 35-39, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+.

500 Meter TT: Track Record Men: Todd Hayes - 36:96 seconds / Women: Laura Johnson - 44:39
Junior Men 11-12: Michael Wright - 48:15 / 15-16 Nick Console 39:04

U-23 Women: Maia Orabi - 45:25
Masters Men: 45-49: Todd Hayes - 36:96 /
50-54: Ed Gostin - 43:14
Masters Woman: 40-44: Laura Johnson: 44:39

Records still needed for 500 Meter TT: Junior Men 13-14, 17-18 / Junior Women 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 / U-23 Men / Masters Men 30-34, 35-39,40-44, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+ / Masters Women 30-34, 35-39, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+, Tandam.

1000 Meter Time Trial (KILO): Track Record Men: Luke Cavender - 1 minute 13:24 seconds /
Women: Laura Johnson - 1:26:34

U-23 Men: Luke Cavender - 1:13:24

Masters Men: 35-39: Paul Heirtzler - 1:14:21 /
40-44: Doug Hedges - 1:23:96 /
45-49: Craig Von Seegar 1:22:19 /
50-54: Bernie Clinche - 1:26:65 /
70+: Eugene Diggs - 1:44:98
Masters Woman: 40-44 Laura Johnson - 1:26:34
Tandam: Russ & Mary St John - 1:26:68

Records still needed for 1000 Meter T.T. (KILO): Junior Men 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 / Junior Women 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 / U-23 Women / Masters Men 30-34, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+ / Masters Women 30-34, 35-39, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+.

2000 Meter Time Trial: Track Record Men: Bernie Clinche - 2 minutes 56: 90 seconds
Masters Men: 45-49: Craig Von Seegar 3:05:19 / 50-54: Bernie Clinche - 2:56:90

Records still needed for 2000 Meter T.T.: Women Best, Junior Men 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 / Junior Women 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 / U-23 Men / U-23 Women / Masters Men 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+ / Masters Women 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+, Tandam.

3000 Meter Time Trial : Track Record Men: Luke Cavender - 4 minutes 00:31 seconds
U-23 Men: Luke Cavender - 4:00:31
Masters Men: 40-44: Doug Hedges - 4:33:65 / 45-49: Ray Dybowski - 4:26:75 Masters Woman: 40-44 Laura Johnson - 1:26:34

Records still needed for 3000 Meter T.T.: Junior Men 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 / Junior Women 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 / U-23 Women / Masters Men 30-34, 35-39, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+ / Masters Women 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+, Tandam.

4000 Meter Time Trail: Track Record Men: Kenneth Vernier - 5 minutes 27:94 seconds
Masters Men: 35-39: Kenneth Vernier 5:27:94 / 45-49: Ray Dybowski - 5:38:07

Records still needed for 4000 Meter T.T.: Women Best, Junior Men 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 / Junior Women 11-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18 / U-23 Women / Masters Men 30-34, 40-44, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+ / Masters Women 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+, Tandam.

Olympic Sprint:
Men: Terry Palmer, Luke Cavender, Paul Heirtzler - 44:11 seconds
Women: Mary St. John, Laura Johnson, Maia Orabi - 54:42 seconds

Wednesday, June 04, 2008

This weekend in review.


Seems like it was just yesterday we were waitin for the results for cedar, now its upon us again. this years race is gonna wide open as the distances have increase, right on par with TMS suggestions. One thing is for sure there are alotta sceners seeking

REVENGE

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Seperated at birth?

Morrisey has been impersonating one of our Sceners, He kept the last name of Smith just so he could get some sympathy from his loyal fans.