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USGP #2 – 19th place, redemption!

Damn, that was the hardest racing I have ever done.

I can’t wait till the weather gets crummier. These dry superfast races are so damn hard.
Well, I finally had a good race. That is a load off the shoulders. I got all agressive at the start and did not care who I had to elbow to get a good start and ride myself back into the race series. It was not my best race by any means and I botched the sprint for 17th but, I am pleased with it.

The is a good reason they call it the “New England world championships”.

I’ll be back in town Tuesday. I am so stoked to race the Cross Crusade this weekend…

Discussion

7 comments for “USGP #2 – 19th place, redemption!”

  1. Right on!

    Posted by Mark | October 8, 2006, 6:37 pm
  2. F. Yeah. What’s more important? Legs or elbows?

    Posted by markwelder | October 8, 2006, 10:43 pm
  3. Just to say, but cyclingnews.com lists you at 18th place, equal w/ Kevin Bradford-Parish. Link: http://www.cyclingnews.com/cross.php?id=cross/2006/oct06/gloucester062#Res

    Posted by FeralCat | October 9, 2006, 4:19 am
  4. Cyclingnews has you at 18th, not 19th.

    Posted by cogswell | October 9, 2006, 12:27 pm
  5. molly -
    that was a great day 2 race result!
    awesome-issimo atmo.
    e-RICHIE©™®

    Posted by e-RICHIE | October 9, 2006, 12:32 pm
  6. Oh yeah, I see that the USGP site says 19th though.

    Either way, a result you can be proud of.

    Did Shannon race on Sunday? I do not see him in the results.

    Posted by cogswell | October 9, 2006, 7:26 pm
  7. Thanks a lot!!

    Yeah, the cyclingnews results took out the U23 riders so, 1 was in front of me in the actual racing.

    I imagine the USGP points will keep me in 19th. Next time, I won’t lead out another rider going into the sprint…

    Posted by Molly | October 10, 2006, 12:45 pm

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