Sunday, April 21, 2013
The day turned out the be wonderful for the great group of racers that took
the chance. The rain clouds went away and the sky got blue. There were a lot of good times today and some very close times. The
fastest Junior woman, Laura (15) did the 15 K in 35:09.46. The fastest woman was Jeanine Seeger (30-39) with a 22:19.13 followed
by Amy Good (30-39) with a 22:34.63 then rounding off the top three fastest women Kathy Petrillo (50-59) with a 22:44.48.
For the men it was Ashton Hulsher with a 21:22.59 followed by Roman Paczka (50-59) of Sarasota with a 21:31.43 then Tom Redpath
(40-49) with a 21:42.79. John Wells won the (65-69) with a 22:07.67, Darryl Troy won the (70-74) with a 24:44.88 and Bob Herbert
won the 75+ with a 28:00.90. On the women's side, First timer, Tiffany Evans won the women's (19-29) with a 25:14.61, Debra
Slifkin won the (40-49) with a 27:38.10. I want to thank our volunteers Wilson Williams for handling the turnaround and
the ice water, Alan Chernin for doing the holding and my wife Joan.
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Hope to see you at the next time trial on Sunday,
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Feb & April TT
Another great group of racers showed up February 24 for the first time trial
of the season. Out of the 40 racers ages 10 to 75+ Greg Cousins had the fastest time for the men with a 20:21.60 with Adam
Furlong a close second with a 20:56.50. For the women Jeannie Seeger had the fastest time with a 22:41.98 with Sheila cousins
just a mere 11 seconds behind her with a 22:53.44. Out of the six juniors, The fastest junior was 14-year-old, John Paul Gilbert
with a 21:54.19 for the full 15 K course. On the 8K course it was 11-year-old Julin Guarniere with a time of 19:37.25 for
the junior men and it was a 15-year-old Laura Gust with a time of 20:49.89 for the junior women.
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trial of the season, on April 7, fastest man of the day was Rudy Robaina with a 21:51.94 and Scott Wu, 29 seconds back, with
a 22:20.65. Jeannie Seeger had the fastest time for the women with a 22:32.72 with Kathy Petrillo a mere 2 seconds back
with a 22:34.75.
The fastest junior on the 8K course was 10-year-old Casey Wiley with the 19:59.44 with 10-year-old Conor
Cane second with a 22:18.53.
I want to thank our volunteers, because without them we couldn't do this: Wilson for setting
up the turnaround, checking the course and bring in the ice water. Alan for being the holder. Alex for setting up the
8K junior turnaround. Gloria for helping out with the timing. And my lovely wife Joan for all her help and support. The next
time trial will be April 21.