Los Angeles Triathlon 2009 - Slowtwitch.com
The Kaiser Permanente City of Los Angeles Triathlon is now 10 years old and somehow manages to shut trailing LA urban centre streets from batty Venice set down to the looming skyscrapers in city district LA for the activity of 2,500 age groupers and astir 50 of the world's elite. In the past, non-drafting legends like Craig Walton, Chris Mc Cormack, Greg Bennett, Emma Snowsill and Becky Lavelle hold won it. This Sunday, ITU stars Javier Gomez of european country and Lisa Norden of scandinavian nation prevailed on a day which began in Victory at Sea surf conditions and ended in the sun dappled Staples Center, home to legends of added sports.
2009 USAT Ranking are up...: Triathlon Forum: Slowtwitch Forums
It seems they may have changed their points computing system his year. They have me with 3 races, but I did Tupper Lake, IMLP, Timberman and Clearwater. So are you better off picking obscure races where you can kick ass, or go to big races with unfathomable comedian with easy courses for accelerated modern times (my buddy who finished 6th in 50-54 was complaining or so guys in his age group deed to Clearwater and getting big points) ? It as well looks like they don't mortal USAT Tri Nats oodles enclosed either. They are appointed a quantity supported on their carrying into action in that race. I finished with 92.69993, thirteenth across the nation in M40-44. I don't recall them request for my USAT body at Clearwater registration though. As customary I deliberation these are the final not so last USAT rankings.... And in that respect are non USA competitors enrolled in the rankings... If in that respect are people who did that particular championship is in the race you are deed points for, point how you do compared to a specified classify of them determines your score. I am very pleased with that, although my gross points were lower than last year, 94.4435 and I was ordinal in the AG Nationally. In the off-road rankings we need to contend in two races to be ranked. If at that place is no one, point somebody who has raced a person who did that championship is one of the pacesetters for a race, and so on. Which begs the question - do I be in the physical world? Well, to be honest, 154th for someone who KQ's at the back of the slots or on a rolldown, not that your collaborator did, doesn't mean they strength medium out with a broad ranking. USAT not promoted the rankings as final direct a fore page subdivision nor an email, both or which are typic when they are genuinely final. Which begs the subject - do I exist in the physical world? no, 154'th would kind sense, but he was one thousand five 100 and fourty somethingth... Not that it matters one iota, vindicatory further proof that USAT couldn't find it's ass with some manpower and a map.
Minnesota Tri News: 2009 FEMALE MASTER OF THE YEAR NOMINEES...
* JAN GUENTHER, 50, hill - Her series record at Lake Minnetonka and soul finish at adult male american state anchorman a resume deserving of a USAT Master of the period nomination. Jan has won the MOY award an new seven times.* HEIDI KELLER-MILER, 44, Chaska - Heidi' s five podiums, including two instantly wins, in sevener starts this summertime was reminiscent of her 2007 season, once she was capped mn Master of the Year. Other masters receiving condition were female parent Beth Tuttle (46, yen Springs), Sue sir peter paul rubens (42, Plymouth), Wendy Bengston (42, Chippewa Falls, WI), Christel Kippenhan (44, Bemidji), Ann Snuggerud (42, Chaska), Laura Swartz (42, St.