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PostPosted: Thu Jul 24, 2008 8:20 pm    Post subject: BRCC Evening League 2008 - R011- July 24 - 11.3m Reply with quote

Don't get antsy.
Results around 23:30.

Food, bath, more food, drink, general slumming around...

Must away for part 1.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 24, 2008 10:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

All results - BRCC time trials - Race 11 - 11.3m 24-Jul-07

Position Name Surname Time

1 Maciek Werenko 26.19
2 Sam Hayes 26.33
3 Mark Cook 26.54
4 James Elworthy 27.27
5 Phil Jenkins 28.05
6 Steve James 28.34
7 Max O'Driscoll 28.34
8 Steve Hayton 28.45
9 Phil ODell 29.14
10 Matthew Raw 29.15
11 Matt Chudley 29.29
12 Graham Dennis 29.29
13 Rob Miller 29.48
14 Clive Savory 29.56
15 Chris Roche 30.04
16 Mark Anstee 30.07
17 Martin Hall 30.36
18 Steve Young 30.43
19 Mark Gray 30.45
20 Rick/Karen Hollingsworth 30.52
21 Tomasz Klimkowski 30.52
22 Lyndon Lewis 30.55
23 Johnathan Roots 31.36
24 Douglas Young 31.43
25 Alan Shillitoe 32.07
26 James Canney 32.08
27 Phil Duffell 32.15
28 Richard Pratt 32.17
29 Steve Duxbury 32.4
30 Maurice Crook 32.46
31 Sarah Janes 32.59
32 Mike Petty 33.02
33 Mark Hale 33.16
34 Bill Cotterill 33.18
35 Martin Whiteley 33.42
36 Stuart Brown 33.56
37 Andy Hale 35.03
38 Jenni Lake 35.27
39 Ian Wright 37.2
40 Paul Roberts 37.3
41 Terry Sykes 38.13
42 Dave Crane 38.42
43 Alan Negus 39.16
44 Julie Brown 40.27
45 David Woodward 40.54
46 Mollie Dunlop 42.06
47 Josh Chudley 43.25
48 Amy Hutchison DNF
49 Joe Turton DNF
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 24, 2008 10:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bedford Traktors results - BRCC time trials - Race 11 11.3m - 24-Jul-07

Name Surname Time

James Elworthy 27.27
Phil Jenkins 28.05
Steve James 28.34
Max O'Driscoll 28.34
Steve Hayton 28.45
Rob Miller 29.48
Clive Savory 29.56
Mark Anstee 30.07
Steve Young 30.43
Mark Gray 30.45
James Canney 32.08
Sarah Janes 32.59
Martin Whiteley 33.42
Jenni Lake 35.27
Mollie Dunlop 42.06
Amy Hutchison DNF
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 24, 2008 11:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

BRCC TT 24 July 2008 Round 11 text file results

XL spreadsheet all stats, calcs & totally random data input
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 24, 2008 11:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

All time pbs for:

Notfred (about bloody time)
Anstpee (nothing short of a bone idleness)
La Dunlop (losing the bell finally paid off)
Sarah "born again triathlete" Janes (also about bloody time)
Skinnyblonde
Bonzoid

Before some other dibber gets in with a doofus comment I'll do it for you...

well done, splendid.

Also NotClive pb on Abbotsley course tonight, 32.19

So glory shining forth from numerous locations.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 7:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Amazing night

I only put in about 70% effort and got an ok time, as was recovering from a thigh strain the week before and didnt want to push it, main aim was to be round in under 34 mins, so to post 30:45 is amazing, Just makes TTs so bizarre, you try hard and blow up and dont do that good a time, you dont try and pootle around (honestly heart rate was very low and breathing very normal coming into cople) and you do an ok time. where is the sense.

Quite interesting though, think the idea of going balls out at certain points and into the red zone doesnt pay off, being consistant does.

Well done to all those who did pbs etc last night, this is a fast year, no one is going that slow, we are being very competitive, makes it interesting.

Just hopes the injury clears fast now, so I can put in maybe 80% next week, at least I didnt make it worse !!!
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 7:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Max as ever. Finally got it together on the 11.3 and first time this season with my lightest bike on this loop and smashed last years pb by 33 seconds Very Happy Held of the hollies tandem for a change andmade the top half...just - pacey ride back to Ampthill with Bonzo and Stuart Brown Shocked
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 8:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

On the other hand to Onyer, I completely redlined it on the way out, was completely fcuked by the T-junction and paid for it until I could get the benefit of the following wind coming back into Cople. Still haven't ridden a good 11.3 all bloody year...
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 8:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

stinkyboy wrote:
Also NotClive pb on Abbotsley course tonight, 32.19


Yes splendid, if I keep 'improving' at this rate I will make it past the 32 mark in a few weeks time and hit the sub 30 in an electric wheel chair after retirement!

then again may see if I can use my 'connections' to get some useful substances to speed up the process, but now that I am woking with Pfizer chances are low - what bloody use is Viagra?!?!?!?!
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 8:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Onyerbike wrote:
I only put in about 70% effort and got an ok time, so to post 30:45 is amazing,


If you had put in a 100% you could have shaved at least 15 secs off that.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 8:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fred wrote:
what bloody use is Viagra?!?!?!?!


No doubt there are many candidates for it amongst the BRCC drones except there's probably an age/weight limit on safe usage.
Mid 30s I would hazard and sub 200kg.

Don't think WADA will be testing anytime soon at the hut.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 9:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hanging my head in shame Crying or Very sad - especially with all those pb's. well done to all who kept going!
My legs were dead and there was no gas left in the tank (not the useful type anyway). Ran the day before which I've not done for a while and mental attitude wasn't it's normal competetive self. Twisted Evil
Next week..... I may even complete!!??!!or at least get to the cross roads Razz
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ahutchy wrote:
Hanging my head in shame Razz


No need....thought u might be pushing too hard all the time....??...Sit up & enjoy the sights now & again..Can even stop for cake if you like..?

All have bad/indifferent weeks, was overdoing it myself so had a couple of lonesome longer steady rides last weekend. Seems to have improved results as even the Saunier Duval rider only just overtook me...so last years fashion dont you think

So why me 5th & u 6th Max, being nice to me......wowowwow....

Off to play & train hard for next 2 weeks, someone else can have Unners (well done matey) chasing their rear...matron..

Steve J
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Never give up, just regulate, recover and go, rather than running yourself to that point where all is lost.

Sometimes on the worst nights you get to a point where you think your doing crap, and you look at the clock, and your not doing so bad.

Even if you are, its best to get a time on the board, than the default time, of something like 40 mins for the 10, and 42 for the 12, and as its only your top 5 races of each that count, so what if you have a bad week.

And in relative terms a bad week doesnt really exist, your doing something, and your learning more about how to work the course, and how to TT.

Time for a pint I think Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 25, 2008 12:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes Mr Elsworthy - change the SD skin suit Laughing
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