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Monday, 29 July 2013

The Magic Bullet Theory

NOW WITH THE RACE DAY SCHEDULE ADDED!!

NOW WITH THE PREREG LINK!!!

NOW WITH THE TECH GUIDE!!!
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Dear Everyone...

ELITE NCXS ENTRIES CLOSE TONIGHT - 6TH AUGUST - MIDNIGHT AEST

Do you hate fun? Are you allergic to excitement? Afraid of awesome? No? Then don't forget to enter 'The Big Show' for the last race of the series... National Championship entries close at the same time and that race will be a great way to start your weekend.

Support Race (Kids, Open, B Grade for men/women) pre-registration IS OPEN (CLICK ME) opens on Saturday

We will post the pre-reg link here, plus facebook, plus twitter, plus carrier pigeon*

Schedule of Events

A grade number pick-up must be by 1:30pm on the day.


Registration
10:30 - 12:00
Course open
11:00 - 12:00
Kids mixed race
12:00 (10min +1 lap race)
Open mixed race
12:20 (30min + 1 lap race)
B CX mixed race
13:05 (30 min + 1 lap race)
Course open
13:50-14:10
Elite Women CX race
14:10 (45min race)
Elite Men CX race
15:10 (1hr race)
Presentations
16:30 - 17:00

TECH GUIDE CAN BE FOUND HERE

Some excellent wisdom via twitter from Mark Legg-Compton (who when he is not helping KfC to dominate Cx races, helps everyone's favourite Oz Cx representative Lewis Rattray to go faster)


Cyclocross to do list
1. Thank a volunteer
2. Thank a race promoter.
3. Smile more on the startline
4. Keep the heckles appropriate
5. Be patient at the start. Stupid moves cause crashes. There's 39mins 45secs of the race left to pass that rider.
6. Have even more fun than last year.
7. Attend a clinic to improve skills
8. Order some new tyres! They are often the main thing keeping you upright
9. Start working on your bikes now. Those frozen BB's, der pulleys need lovin
10. Skill sessions on/off the bike

11. It's just a bike race. Race each other hard, but fair. Leave it on the course.

START LISTS:

CXBW

BROWN, CLAIRE
Doueal, Elizabeth
Hilton, Liz
Hughes, emily
lansell, kate
McSwan, Amity
Michel, Claire
Mittiga, Lauren
ollerenshaw, jane
Roseman-Gannon, Ruby
Slocum, Bridget
SOUTHWELL, JO
Swan, Annalisa
Whitburn, Nicole
Williamson, Rebecca

CXBM

Abakumenko, John
Akse, Jelmer
atkins, leigh
Aubrey, Paul
Backhouse, Roland
Baker, Kristan
Bantick, Brady
Bell, Colin
Blake, Andrew
BLAZEVIC, ADAM
Bognar, Adrian
Brown, Mick
Christie, Heath
Clark, Brad
Collins, Nathan
Cooke, Nick
Crampin, Edmund
Cranswick, Charlie
Czechowski, John
Dann, Michael
Deane, James
Denis, Patrick
diver, louey
Dungey, Che
Eastick, Brad
Efford, Mik
evans, mark
Fitzsimmons, Hamish
Floyd, Lee
Franson, Brian
Freeman, Tom
Geoghegan, Dominic
Giuliani, Nazario
Golding, Karri
Greenwood, Philip
Gregory, Mark
Grosso, Nick
Grover, Matt
Hay, Grant
heiskanen, tate
Henry, Travis
Hildred, Jy
Iwanov, Alex
Jason, Flaherty
Jeffries, Liam
Jones, Luke
Kemp, Rich
kirkham, james
Kudlicki, Chris
Kurka, Thomas
Larkin, Paul
Lee Shoy, Courtenay
Lett, Nick
Mahoney, nick
Marsh, Stephen
Matheson , Simon
Matthews, Justin
Miller, David
Moore, Daniel
Moxon, Malachi
munyard, steve
Murison, Greg
Ng, Gilbert
Paton, Tim
Peters, Craig
Pieterse, Leigh
Powell,  Luke
Power, Matt
Robinson, Jorge
Robinson, Sam
Ruiter, Reuben
Schlimbach, Sascha
Simons, Craig
Slaney, Sam
Smith, Nicholas
Swackhamer, Jason
Threlfall , Andrew
Thynne, Jim
TOWERS, Craig
Troon, Simon
Urie, Shaun
Vandenbergh, Adrian
Vellacott, Huw
Ventura, Adam
Weir, Stuart
Woodman, David

Open Men

 Buckle, Andrew
adin, robert
Benn, Alex
Bird, Nicholas
Bognar, Adrian
Bull, Bryan
Castillo, Gil
Cooper, Jason
de Soto, Damion
del beato, julian
Donald, David
Edmondson, Mark Karl
Frank, Michael
Hinze, Richard
Hockey, Andrew
Hodges, Adam
huth, gareth
Kuc, Anthony
Lamshed, Jack
Maccab, Christopher
mcconnell, Andrew
McInulty, Peter
Natoli, Anthony
Naumovic, Chris
Nicholls, Dylan
Powell, Edward
Ripp, Paul
Shackleford, Dave
Short, James
stoffberg, Mark
Tran, Dean
Wilhelms, Colin
Woolley, Ned
Yeatman, Paul

Open Women

Corbett, Claire
Kirchlinde, Daniela
Mahon, Angela
McInulty, Heather
newman, sarah
Phillips, Amy
Scurr, Michelle

Kids

 Buckle, Michael
Baker, Quinn
Bell, Ruben
Bognar, Patrick
Brain, Scott
Brain, Simon
Collins, Ada
Czechowski, Mae
Czechowski, Nels
Davey, Kieran
Davey, Rhys
Gibson, Sienna
Gregory, Lucas
Henry, Alita
Henry, Oscar
Hockey, Max
Hughes, Emily
Kellett, Domenico
Kemp, Joe
Kuc, Luka
Marcus, Serong
McConnell, Lachlan
Mcconnnell, Campbell
Natoli, Erin
Natoli, Maya
Roseman-Gannon, Hannah
stoffberg, maya
stoffbergg, Hana
Urie, Jack
Urie, Joshua
Williamson, Thomas

*charges apply

4 comments:

  1. nikcee posted this...

    did you read "to do #4"???

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  2. Hi. Just wondering why there were no separate awards for the girls in Kids? Not a massive issue but a bit of cosistency would be nice given the girls were given awards last time. Especially since you gave out bags to 1-3rd labelled 'boys' indicates the girls didnt really count. Maybe next time either label the bags as a general 'kids' if you arent going to seperate them...

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    1. Hi Cindy,

      Unfortunately we only had the top three finishers recorded, plus balance bikes. As you have noted we usually prize girls too, but didn't have the data and in the chaos of the day we werent able to find out in time when we realised. The reason the prize bag said boys is because we had boys and girls prize bags prepared so as to reward them as we normally do. We used the girls prize bags to prize balance bikes instead as we had that data.

      Our apologies that we gave the impression that the girls racing didnt count.

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  3. Ok - would have been nice if you actually announced that. I dont care about prizes, neither does my daughter as she is only there for fun (and I dont even think she would have been top 3 anyway) but it would have been nice of you to announce that /apologise to the girls on the day. You might want to check the rules for licensing/running strider racing - i thought it was against Junior sports policy to reward striders with money and that they were required to all receive the same award (I didnt even think you could award places/rankings to kids that young). technically from a safety/risk perspective they shouldnt even be on the course at the same time as older riders...

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