Bicycle Time Trials
Results of the weekly events at Pt au Roche, NY
The 2010 season

[Mary's World Championships Experience]

After 18 successful events (plus two rainouts) running from May 5 to September 15, the 2010 Pt au Roche bicycle time trial season is finished. We had 65 different participants turning in 304 finishes. The busiest Wednesday saw 23 riders participating.

No single rider really dominated the ten-mile event this season; rather the top finishes were spread among several riders. Bruce Beauharnois recorded five wins in as many starts, while Scott Woodward scored three firsts and a second place in five attempts. Steady Doug Chase rode ten times, turning in three wins and five second place finishes. Eric Bollt came over from Potsdam twice and scored two wins, both rides under 22 minutes, but the season's fastest time was turned in by Jeff Maclane who came back home from Cincinnati to visit his family in Morrisonville and rode the ten mile course in 21:42, just eleven seconds off of Kevin Diniho's 1995 record.

Maclane, Bollt and Beauharnois were the only riders to finish under 22 minutes.
Scott Woodward also posted fastest time on the 25 mile course, finishing in 58:26, just 13 seconds better than the time set ten weeks earlier by Beauharnois. (Woodward also won his third state time trial championship in three years, this time in the 55-59 year age group.)
Mary Duprey dominated the women's competition with 12 wins, 11 in the 10 mile event and one on the 25 mile course. Mary hasn't been topped after her first few rides in 1986. Four times this season, Mary placed second overall.

Ed Armstrong rode 18 times (counting a 5-mile dash on a rained-out evening) while Ralph Senecal, Lynne Murray and Stacey Brooks each rode 17 times. Jason Amoriell participated on 15 occasions and Mary Duprey, Jeff Krywanczyk, Alicia Chase and Don West followed with 13 rides each.

Sept. 8 riders.

Here are eleven of the sixty riders who have participated during the 2010 season.
Left to right: Jason Amoriell, Don West, Stacey Brooks, Lynne Murray, Mary Duprey, Ed Armstrong, Jason Baldomir, Scott Woodward, Doug Chase, Ralph Senecal, Barb West.

 

15 September 2010

10 Mile Event
(Strong NW wind, 54 deg.)

 1. Douglas Chase     24:16
 2. Jason Amoriell    24:50
 3. Ed Armstrong      26:37
 4. Lynne Murray      27:30
 5. Alicia Chase      29:06
 6. Ralph Senecal     30:57
 7. Stacey Brooks     31:54
 8. Jason Baldomir    32:26
 9. Don West          33:46

Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Don West

It was a tough night. Riders averaged two minutes slower than their season best times.
8 September 2010

10 Mile Event
(strong WSW wind, 66 deg.)

 1. Scott Woodward    22:47
 2. Douglas Chase     23:55
 3. Jason Amoriell    24:35
 4. Mary Duprey       24:56
 5. Ed Armstrong      26:13
 6. Lynne Murray      26:49
 7. Chad Chase        26:51
 8. Rob Hughes        27:39
 9. Ralph Senecal     29:39
10. Stacey Brooks     30:03
25 Mile Event
 1. Don West        1:23:14
Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Mary Duprey

Biggest Loser, a Big Winner
Ed Armstrong's story is one I never tire of repeating.

The new Ed Armstrong Ed has been participating in our Time Trials for about eight years. In the early years, Ed was a pleasant guy, quiet but friendly, who started out riding in the 31 minute range, but slowed down as he gained weight. By 2008, Ed cast quite a wide shadow at 5 feet 7 inches and 237 pounds, but a visit to his doctor set him on a completely new path -- you could say that Ed started a new life.

The doctor told Ed that, along with his weight, both his blood pressure and cholesterol were too high, and told him what pills to take for the blood pressure and what the medication would be for his cholesterol. "No medicine, I'll take care of it myself" was Ed's response. "You can't do that" said the doctor. Silently, Ed said "Watch me", and he left the office.

That was when Armstrong began to remake his entire life. He quit a high pressure job with long hours, trading it for a much lower salary, but hours that permitted him to ride his bike almost every afternoon. And he remade his eating habits, making sure that he didn't take in as much as he was burning off on his rides.

A year later he had lost more than twenty pounds when he went back to the doctor who reported that Ed had successfully brought his numbers back down into a safe and normal range. Ed was a regular at the time trial in 2009 where he brought his times down from 38 minutes in May to 30:31 in September.

Ed finishing strong   Pleased with the results, Ed pressed on in his new lifestyle, riding an exercise bike through the winter and continuing with the new eating habits. We hardly recognized Ed in May of 2010 at 175 pounds, and by mid-summer, he reached his goal of 157, a loss of 80 pounds from his maximum. And his TT times just kept coming down as Ed hammered out the miles. He started the season in May with stunning PR of 28:44, an improvement over the winter of almost two minutes, and just kept whittling down his times through the summer, recording PR times over and over: 28:17, 27:41, 27:34, 27:16, 27:03, 26:22, 25:38, 25:19. That's nine PR times in fourteen rides, bringing his time down more than five minute from his 2009 best!

And that's not all -- on August 22, Ed completed his first century ride, pedaling 100 miles in five and a half hours in a light sprinkle. He reports that it was the best bike ride of his life, in spite of the wet weather.

Where will this all end? We have no idea, but it's sure fun watching as this success story unfolds.    (DCW September 2010)

ps - Ed is not the only success story in our gang. We have several other TT regulars who have shed pounds or put aside bad habits as they made bicycling a big part of their lives. Scott Woodward has been much heavier, as has Bruce Beauharnois, and Mary Duprey remade her lifestyle 25 years ago.

1 September 2010

10 Mile Event
(light South-West wind, 90 deg.)

 1. Erik Bollt        21:45 PR
 2. Douglas Chase     23:59
 3. Jason Amoriell    24:04 PR
 4. Mary Duprey       24:22
 5. Ashton Momot      24:41
 6. Ed Armstrong      25:23
 7. Chad Chase        25:39
 8. Lynne Murray      26:21
 9. Bob Davies        27:40 SB
10. Ralph Senecal     28:29 SB
11. Bruce Overstreet  28:39
12. Stacey Brooks     29:09 PR
13. Ed Conroy         30:13 PR
14. Don West          30:52
    (SB Season best time)
25 Mile Event
 1. Scott Woodward    58:26
 (Long course season record)

Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Mary Duprey

25 August 2010

10 Mile Event
(light north-east breeze, 74 deg.)

 1. Douglas Chase     23:16 PR
 2. Jeff Krywanczyk   24:15 
 3. Jason Amoriell    24:20 
tie Ashton Momot      24:20 PR
 5. Peter Christopher 24:37 
 6. Jerry Macner      24:51 
 7. Ed Armstrong      25:19 PR
 8. Henry Buchala     25:53 
 9. Lynne Murray      26:25 
10. Alicia Chase      27:52 
11. Bob Davies        28:31 
12. Sabine Amoriell   28:42 
13. Ralph Senecal     28:56 
14. Don West          30:36 
15. Ed Conroy         31:06 PR
5 Mile Event
 1. Stacey Brooks     15:34 
 2. Judy Taylor       18:57 

Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Mary Duprey

 

Mary Duprey, age group winner
Mary Qualifies for World Championships
Mary Duprey didn't ride the TT on August 18. Instead she took on the timing responsibilities, explaining that she was tapering her training for an important triathlon with half-Ironman distances coming up on the following Sunday. She didn't say much more than that, but now we know more. The event, run in Gilford NH near Laconia and Lake Winnipesaukee, was a qualifier for the World Championship Half Ironman event to be held in Clearwater FL in November. Mary won her age group, finishing ahead of all the women her age or older, and so qualified for the World Championships. Yes, she plans to go and compete. Congratulations Champ, and good luck next fall.
(Added Nov. 14)  Mary's World Championship triathlon was held in Clearwater on Saturday, Nov. 13, and Mary reports that the weekend went well. She placed 20th out of 40 finishers in her 50-54 age group, and her bike time was the fastest among all women aged 45 or older. Mary had a big cheering section, with relatives gathering in Florida from all over the USA.
You can see the results, sorted in various ways, on the very nice Ironman web site. (Bib 181.)

18 August 2010

10 Mile Event
(slight north breeze, 74 deg.)

 1. Erik Bollt        21:46 -
 2. Douglas Chase     23:54
 3. Jeff Krywanczyk   24:04
 4. Ashton Momot      24:21 ?
 5. Peter Christopher 24:25
 6. Jerry Macner      24:37 ?
 7. Ed Armstrong      25:38 ?
 8. Lynne Murray      26:10
 9. Tom Brown         26:52 -
10. Mike Klein        26:56 -
11. Alicia Chase      27:08 ?
12. Bob Davies        28:01 *
13. Sabine Amoriell   28:04 ?
14. Nick Jaharo       28:10 -
15. Ralph Senecal     28:40 *
16. Sandy Rascoe      29:48 ?
17. Stacey Brooks     30:03
18. Don West          30:53
19. Barb West         39:35 -

    ? Personal Record (?)
    * Season best time
    - First TT of 2010
5 Mile Event
 1. Mairi West        24:41

Timer & Reporter: Mary Duprey

A fast night!  Of the 20 riders, 8 posted season-best times, 6 of which may be personal records. (This does not include 6 who rode for the first time this season.) Only 6 had faster times earlier in 2010.

Perennial time-keeper Barb West, who doesn't think of herself as a septuagenarian, handed the watch and clip-board to Mary Duprey, hopped on her bicycle and rode the ten mile course for the first time this season. She was joined by her grand-daughter Mairi, who was visiting from Pennsylvania and, at age nine, completed the five mile course. Mairi's Dad, Chris West completed the (first-ever ?) three generation ride by accompanying Mairi on her first TT, while grandpa Don rode the ten mile course.

11 August 2010

10 Mile Event
(modest north-east wind)

 1. Jeff Krywanczyk   23:58
 2. Jason Amoriell    24:19
 3. Peter Christopher 24:29
 4. Jerry Macner      24:57
 5. Mary Duprey       24:59
 6. Henry Buchala     25:53
 7. Ed Armstrong      26:26
 8. Bob Davies        28:35
 9. Ralph Senecal     29:43
10. Shirley King      31:05
11. Ed Conroy         32:16
12. Bob Donlan        33:39
 
5 Mile Event
 1. Parker Brooks     23:30


Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Mary Duprey

4 August 2010

10 Mile Event
(warm, humid, light north wind)

 1. Bruce Beauharnois 22:02 
 2. Aaron Hubbell     22:28 
 3. Jack Piller       23:06 
 4. Scott Woodward    23:07 
 5. Doug Chase        23:22 
 6. Jason Amoriell    24:07 
 7. Ashton Momot      24:29 
 8. Mary Duprey       24:50 
 9. Kevin Duniho      25:13 
10. Rob Spencer       25:20 
11. Craig Holm        26:05 
12. Lynne Murray      26:06 
13. Ed Armstrong      26:26 
14. Alicia Chase      27:30 
15. Kevin McCullum    27:45 
16. Sabine Amoriell   28:27 
17. Robin Garrow      28:45 
18. Stacey Brooks     29:24 
19. Ralph Senecal     29:57 
20. Spencer Holm      29:58 
21. Karen Holm        30:50 
22. Chip Hubbell      30:57 
23. Don West          31:24 
 
August 4 was a pretty special night, with 23 finishers, including six women (probably a record). Among these, we welcomed a lot of visitors:
  • Two Hubbells, Aaron and Chip, participated while visiting family in the area.
  • And we had three Holms, up from Philadelphia and vacationing in the area. Craig Holm rode last week, then his wife Karen and son Spencer joined him this week.
  • Robin Garrow, who last rode the TT five years ago, was once Robin Beauharnois. Yes Robin and Bruce are sister and brother.
  • Perhaps the most special visitor of all was Kevin Duniho who came out to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of his course record, 21:31, set on August 9, 1995.


Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Mary Duprey

28 July 2010

10 Mile Event
(warm, humid, strong SW wind)

 1. Bruce Beauharnois 22:31 
 2. Scott Woodward    22:48 
 3. Jeff Krywanczyk   24:03 
 4. Jason Amoriell    24:12 
 5. Peter Christopher 24:22 
 6. Jay Ruff          24:30 
 7. Mary Duprey       24:35 
 8. Steve Waite       25:22 
 9. Craig Holm        26:07 
10. Lynne Murray      26:20 
11. Ed Armstrong      26:22 
12. Alicia Chase      27:19 
13. Sabine Amoriell   28:35 
14. Dave Capito       29:32 
15. Stacey Brooks     29:55 
16. Don West          30:51 
 
On July 28, we welcomed a visit from Steve Waite, a time trial regular for years who moved down-state three years ago.

Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Mary Duprey


 
21 July 2010
Pt au Roche TT rained out.

Five cars showed up in a light rain, but when a bolt of lightning shot through the sky not far away, four of the cars left within a couple of minutes.

Empire State Games
Three of our time trial participants rode in the 2010 Empire State Games in Buffalo, where three events were on offer: time trial, road race, and criterium. The Plattsburgh Press Republican reports that masters rider Lynne Murray brought home a gold medal from the road race and a silver in the time trial, while Alicia Chase also scored a gold in the road race in her age group. Keane McCullum rode in the open men's road race, finishing 33rd. It appears that none of our people rode in the criterium. [ See ESG Results Page ]

State Champions!
Local riders, participants in our time trials, had a great day at the State Time Trial Championships on July 17 in Cambridge, NY.
Mary Duprey, Keane McCullum and Scott Woodward all took home gold medals. Lynne Murray and Suzanna Piller each scored a silver medal, while Doug Chase took a bronze and Jack Piller placed fourth. Duprey didn't just win her 55-59 age group, she turned in the fastest 40 km time of all the females, the licensed riders as well as the younger age group competitors! (Joseph Toth, son of our TT founder Gary Toth, also took home a gold medal.)

On the same day, a double handful of TT regulars participated in the Tour de Rand Hill, the YMCA uphill race to Jericho. In that event, Ashton Momot, Jason Amoriell, Jerry Macner, Jeff Krywanczyk and Henry Buchala finished in order, second through sixth.
Alicia Chase won her age group, as did Momot, Amoriell and Buchala.

Congratulations to all!

14 July 2010

10 Mile Event
(warm, humid, NNE wind)

 1. Scott Woodward    22:52
 2. Jack Piller       23:08
 3. Douglas Chase     24:14
 4. Jeff Krywanczyk   24:20
 5. Peter Christopher 24:36
 6. Mary Duprey       24:55
 7. Jerry Macner      24:58
 8. Jay Ruff          25:07
 9. Henry Buchala     25:32
10. Ashton Momot      25:33
11. Susanna Piller    26:01
12. Lynne Murray      26:23
13. Ed Armstrong      27:08
14. Alicia Chase      27:34
15. Bob Davies        28:21
16. Craig Jabaut      28:28
17. Ralph Senecal     29:32
18. Dave Capito       29:33
19. Stacey Brooks     29:34
tie Craig Blagoue     29:34
21. Rick Kozak        29:40 
Undefeated?
Mary Duprey Starting Out
We wondered if this week's top female, Mary Duprey (above), had ever been beaten by another woman rider in our time trials. Looking back at our postings, we see that two women topped Mary in 1986, which we guess was her first season of riding. However, it appears that Mary has a perfect record from 1987 to the present.

Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Mary Duprey
7 July 2010

10 Mile Event
(Very hot with light south winds)

 1. Jeff McLane       21:42 
 2. Jack Piller       23:03 
 3. Jason Amoriell    25:02 
 4. Jerry Macner      25:17 
 5. Steve Waite       25:27 
 5. Henry Buchala     26:01 
 7. Lynne Murray      26:13 
 8. Susan Piller      26:47 
 9. Ed Armstrong      27:03 
10. Alicia Chase      27:38 
11. Sabine Amoriell   28:21 
12. Ralph Senecal     29:29 
13. Sandy Rasco       30:32 
tie Stacey Brooks     30:32 
25 Mile Event
 1. Douglas Chase     62:28 
 2. Mary Duprey       62:42 

This week's winner Jeff McLane grew up in the Plattsburgh area where he learned to love cycling. He now lives and rides in Cincinnati but he comes back each summer for a visit. The gossip says that he has his eye on the course record, and this week he missed Kevin Duniho's fifteen year old record by only eleven seconds. Congratulations, Jeff!

 

Timers: Tori & Gerry Duprey
Reporter: Mary Duprey

 

30 June 2010

10 Mile Event
(Cool with strong westerly winds)

 1. Douglas Chase     23:56
 2. Mary Duprey       24:21
 3. Jeff Krywanczyk   24:47
 4. Peter Christopher 24:59
 5. Ashton Momot      25:16
 6. Jason Amoriell    25:49
 7. Henry Buchala     25:58
 8. Lynne Murray      26:30
 9. Ed Armstrong      27:46
10. Sabine Amoriell   29:52
11. Dave Capito       29:57
12. Stacey Brooks     30:32
13. Ralph Senecal     30:35
Timers: Gerry & Tori Duprey
Reporter: Mary Duprey

 

NOTE - The webmaster is on the road for a while, so the next few results will probably be posted late, possibly very late. Sorry. DCW

23 June 2010

10 Mile Event
(Light south-west breeze, warm)

 1. Scott Woodward     22:56
 2. Jeff Krywanczyk    24:47
 3. Peter Christopher  24:52
 4. Ashton Momot       25:10
 5. Jay Ruff           25:20
 6. Jerry Macner       25:33
 7. Keane McCullum     25:41
 8. Henry Buchala      25:46
 9. Jason Amoriell     25:57
10. Lynne Murray       27:01
11. Ed Armstrong       27:16
12. Alicia Chase       28:14
13. Sabine Amoriell    28:33
14. Dave Capito        28:41
15. Craig Jabaut       28:57
16. Craig Blagoue      29:09
17. Ralph Senecal      29:32
18. Sandy Rasco        31:35
5 Mile Event
 1. Stacey Brooks      15:41

25 Mile Event
 1. Bruce Beauharnois  58:39 
 2. Douglas Chase      60:32

Timer & Reporter: Mary Duprey
16 June 2010

5 Mile Event
(Strong wind & light rain)

 1. Keane McCullum     13:25
 2. Ed Armstrong       14:12
 3. Owen McCullum      15:10
Timer/reporter: Don West
Ah, Youth!
The wind blew, the rain came down, and most of the riders stayed home. But a few minutes before six, Keane and Owen pedaled into the firehouse parking lot with all the enthusiasm of youth. Ed was on the fence about riding in the rain, but when a little bright spot showed through the gray clouds, the three compromised, agreeing to ride the five mile course. (These results were not submitted to the newspaper.)
 
State Championships in our Back Yard
The New York State Championship road race and criterium were contested on Saturday and Sunday, June 12 & 13, in nearby Wilmington and Saranac Lake. The championship road race on Saturday was the third annual Wilmington-Whiteface Road Race with an entry list of about 250 riders from all over the east and nearby Canada, competing in almost 20 different categories and age groups. Different groups raced different distances, but all of the riders aged 15 and older finished with a climb up 1.5 miles of Whiteface Memorial Hwy. Then on Sunday more than 150 riders showed up for the Criterium championships in Saranac Lake.
Several of our local TT riders took advantage of the proximity to take part in these championship races. Jeff Krywanczyk rode Saturday in the 55 mile Mens Category 3-4 road race, and Jack Piller placed 11th in his Masters age group at the same distance. Jerry Macner raced the 41 mile Cat. 5 event, and owen McCullum placed 7th in the Junior 15-16 race at the same distance. Older brother Keane McCullum placed fifth in the 41 mile Junior 17-18 race. Alicia Chase placed third in her Masters Women age group and her friend Lynne Murray was the winner in the next age group. Keane McCullum also raced Sunday in the 15 mile Junior 17-18 Criterium, finishing 4th in a field sprint for second. Congratulations to all our friends for their accomplishments.
(Note - we now know that young Joseph Toth and Kathryn Toth, who raced both Saturday and Sunday, are the son and daughter of our founder, Gary Toth.)

9 June 2010

10 Mile Event
(Blasting south wind)

 1. Jack Piller        24:40
 2. Doug Chase         25:45
 3. Jeff Krywanczyk    25:51
 4. Peter Christopher  26:30
 5. Rob Spencer        26:50
 6. Lynne Murray       28:54
 7. Ed Armstrong       29:23
 8. Kevin McCullum     30:13
 9. Jason Baldomir     31:34
10. Stacey Brooks      32:08
11. Ralph Senecal      32:11
12. Craig Blagoue      33:13
13. Craig Jabaut       33:19
14. Dennis Bray        33:22
15. Dave Capito        33:29
16. Sandy Rascoe       33:49
17. Don West           34:11
18. Don Evans          37:43

5 Mile Event
 1. Owen McCullum      15:27
 2. Matthew Goff       17:12
 3. Mitchell Goff      17:19

Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Don West

Lynne Murray, Fast Lady The day's Top lady, Lynne Murray

A Very Difficult Night!

Twenty one riders, the largest field of the young season, came out and battled a strong south wind that could only be called "brutal". The nine riders who rode the ten mile course on both June 2 and June 9 averaged over two minutes slower in the wind.
A Blast from the Past
Two, actually, with the appearance of Don Evans, who rode the 10 mile course, and Bob Davies, who decided not to battle the wind. Evans organized these TT and alternative road race events years ago. (See history.) Don has the distinction of being the winner of the very first TT that we have on record, on May 28, 1974.
For several years, Davies managed a local racing team, and in 1991 he worked very hard to set a PR and Masters (40+) record under 24 minutes.
2 June 2010

10 Mile Event
(Dying south wind)

 1. Bruce Beauharnois  21:54
 2. Doug Chase         24:01
 3. Mary Duprey        24:05
 4. Jason Amoriell     24:07
 5. Jeff Krywanczyk    24:21
tie Peter Christopher  24:21
 7. Douglas Osborne    24:42
 8. Rob Spencer        25:24
 9. Henry Buchala      25:27
10. Brian White        26:09
11. Lynne Murray       26:28
12. Allan Daignault    26:55
13. Alicia Chase       27:34
14. Owen McCullum      28:22
15. Sabine Amoriell    28:43
16. Don West           29:56
17. Stacey Brooks      30:00
18. Ralph Senecal      30:11
19. Dave Capito        30:15
Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Mary Duprey
Fast Times at Pt. au Roche  
With a strong south wind at start time, riders expected another difficult evening, with mediocre times. However, the wind diminished while the riders were out on the course so while they enjoyed a significant tailwind on the outward leg, the headwind on the return trip was far more gentle than expected. This lucky combination permitted some very fast times for so early in the season.
Every one of the 19 riders posted a season best time, and the 11 who also rode the 10 mile course last week improved by an average of almost a full minute. Lynne Murray's time of 26:28 improves her PR by almost a minute, fulfilling the promise of last week's strong ride with an error. Looking at last season's best times, it appears that Jason Amoriell, Jeff Krywanczyk, Peter Christopher, Alicia Chase and Stacey Brooks all posted new personal best times. A fast night indeed!

(Comments by Don West)
26 May 2010

10 Mile Event
(90 deg+ & north-west wind)

 1. Jack Piller        23:48
 2. Mary Duprey        24:38
 3. Jeff McLane        24:41
 4. Jason Amoriell     24:45
 5. Jeff Krywanczyk    25:09
 6. Rob Spencer        26:15
 7. Jerry Macner       26:20
 8. Henry Buchala      26:22
 9. Andrew Loaiza      26:37
10. Ed Armstrong       27:34
11. Alicia Chase       28:28
12. Owen McCullum      28:57
13. Sabine Amoriell    29:52
14. Lynne Murray       30:46*
15. Ralph Senecal      31:04
16. Don West           32:00
17. Stacey Brooks      32:26
 
Another Difficult Evening
Was it the heat (about 93 F), the northwest wind, or both? The ten riders who rode the 10 mile course on both May 19 and May 26 averaged more than 31 seconds slower on May 26.

* Experienced TT rider Lynne Murray somehow missed the turnaround mark and rode an extra seven tenths of a mile before finally turning around a pedaling back. After the event, Lynne reported that her cyclometer read 11.4 miles which she rode in 30:46. At that pace, she would have completed the 10 mile course in just under 27 minutes. Looking back at recent years results, it appears that Lynne was headed to a PR. [DCW]

Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Mary Duprey

 

19 May 2010

10 Mile Event
(light north-east wind)

 1. Jason Amoriell     24:14 
 2. Mary Duprey        24:28 
 3. Peter Christopher  25:07 
 4. Jeff Krywanczyk    25:29 
 5. Roy Brinker        26:15 
 6. Lynne Murray       27:36 
 7. Ed Armstrong       27:41 
 8. Alicia Chase       27:46 
 9. Brian White        28:02 
10. Owen McCullum      28:57 
11. Sabine Amoriell    29:09 
12. Jason Baldomir     29:58 
13. Terry Barrett      30:07 
14. Ralph Senecal      30:21 
tie Stacey Brooks      30:21 
16. Sandy Rasco        30:54 
17. Dennis Bray        31:08 
18. Don West           31:13 
5 Mile Event
 1. Matthew Goff       14:33
 2. Mitchell Goff      15:42

Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Mary Duprey

 

Times Are Improving
The nine riders who participated in both of the first two events improved an average of just under 8 seconds in their second ride.
The ten who rode the second two events improved from week 2 to week 3 by an average of almost 44 seconds!
Are we getting more fit, or was it just the lighter wind?

May 19, a good crowd!

 
12 May 2010

10 Mile Event
(cool north wind)

 1. Bruce Beauharnois  22:03
 2. Douglas Osborne    24:47
 3. Peter Christopher  25:07
 4. Jeff Krywanczyk    26:02
 5. Lynn Murray        28:17
tie Ed Armstrong       28:17
 7. Owen McCullum      28:54
 8. Alicia Chase       29:27
 9. Stacey Brooks      30:59
10. Ralph Senecal      31:47
11. Sandy Rasco        32:04
12. Don West           32:46
5 Mile Event
 1. Matthew Goff       15:13
 2. Mitchell Goff      17:06

25 Mile Event
 1. Jason Amoriell     64:36

Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Don West
5 May 2010

10 Mile Event
(Vigorous south wind)

 1. Bruce Beauharnois  22:04 
 2. Mary Duprey        25:03 
 3. Pete Christopher   25:42 
 4. Jeff Krywanczyk    26:26 
 5. Alicia Chase       28:25 
 6. Lynn Murray        28:28 
 7. Ed Armstrong       28:44 
 8. Stacey Brooks      31:30 
 9. Ralph Senecal      31:38 
10. Don West           32:59 
11. Matt Dalton        38:16 
5 Mile Event
 1. Matt Goff          15:31 
 2. Mitchell Goff      18:07 

25 Mile Event
 1. Jason Amoriell     64:38 

Timer: Barb West
Reporter: Mary Duprey
 

 

Season Best Times
The list below shows, for each rider, the number of weeks riding and best time posted.
You may download a spreadsheet showing complete results from the entire season.
(The sheet is wide and may not be visible all at once on your computer screen. Part of the reason is that all times are shown with an extra "0:" (0:25:37 rather than 25:37). Excel does not seem to handle elapsed times gracefully and this is the best way I have found. If anyone has a better way, please let me know.)

10-mile            weeks Best Time
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Jeff McLane           2    21:42
Erik Bollt            2    21:45
Bruce Beauharnois     5+   21:54
Aaron Hubbell         1    22:28
Scott Woodward        5+   22:47
Jack Piller           5    23:03
Doug Chase           10++  23:16
Jeff Krywanczyk      13    23:58
Jason Amoriell       13++  24:04
Mary Duprey          11+   24:05
Ashton Momot          7    24:20
Peter Christopher    12    24:21
Jay Ruff              3    24:30
Jerry Macner          7    24:37
Doug Osborne          2    24:42
Kevin Duniho          1    25:13
Ed Armstrong         17*   25:19
Rob Spencer           4    25:20
Steve Waite           2    25:22
Henry Buchala         8    25:27
Chad Chase            2    25:39
Keane McCullum        1*   25:41
Susan Piller          2    26:01
Craig Holm            2    26:05
Lynne Murray         17    26:06
Brian White           2    26:09
Roy Brinker           1    26:15
Andrew Loaiza         1    26:37
Tom Brown             1    26:52
Allan Daigneault      1    26:55
Mike Klein            1    26:56
Alicia Chase         13    27:08
Rob Hughes            1    27:39
Bob Davies            5    27:40
Kevin McCullum        2    27:45
Sabine Amoriell      10    28:04
Nick Jaharo           1    28:10
Owen McCullum         4**  28:22
Craig Jabaut          3    28:28
Ralph Senecal        17    28:29
Bruce Overstreet      1    28:39
Dave Capito           6    28:41
Robin Garrow          1    28:45
Stacey Brooks        15**  29:09
Craig Blagoue         3    29:09
Rick Kozak            1    29:40
Sandy Rasco           6    29:48
Don West             12+   29:56
Jason Baldomir        3    29:58
Spencer Holm          1    29:58
Terry Barret          1    30:07
Ed Conroy             3    30:13
Karen Holm            1    30:50
Chip Hubbell          1    30:57
Shirley King          1    31:05
Dennis Bray           2    31:08
Bob Donlan            1    33:39
Don Evans             1    37:43
Matt Dalton           1    38:16
Barb West             1    39:35

   + add one for 25 mile event
   * add one for 5 mile event


5-mile             weeks Best Time
----------------------------------
Keane McCullum        1    13:25
Ed Armstrong          1    14:12
Matthew Goff          4    14:33
Owen McCullum         2    15:10
Stacey Brooks         2    15:34
Mitchell Goff         4    15:42
Judy Taylor           1    18:47
Parker Brooks         1    23:30
Mairi West            1    24:41


25-mile            weeks Best Time
----------------------------------
Scott Woodward        1    58:26
Bruce Beauharnois     1    58:39
Doug Chase            2  1:00:32
Mary Duprey           1  1:02:42
Jason Amoriell        2  1:04:36
Don West              1  1:23:14

 

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