Sunday, April 7:
Aaron Thomas placed 1st overall, finishing his 5K in a time of 19:19 (with 5:40, 5:45, and 7:15 mile splits).
Easton 5K – Saturday, March 30:
Miranda Forte placed 1st overall woman in the Easton, Ct 5k on Easter Saturday
WVU Modified Indoor Triathlon
Our newest member, Aaron Thomas, competed in an early season “modified indoor triathlon” held at the WVU student recreational center in Morgantown, WV on March 4, 2013. He completed the 450-yard swim, 4-mile spin bike, and 2-mile track run in a time of 28:12 and placed 2nd overall out of 40 total participants.
November 11, 2012
placing in the top 25% overall and 14th in her division.
1st Annual “Ride For Care”
Sunday, August 12, 2012
Co-Hosted by Bull Run Hunt & Bike Stop Racing
Start Time: 8:00-10:00am
Registration opens at 7:00am
Place: BULL RUN HUNT CLUBHOUSE
(12240 Mitchell Road, Mitchells, VA 22729)
Registration: $25 donation
(Pre-registration @ www.BikeReg.com OR event-day registration available)
*All proceeds go 50/50 to benefit both the Culpeper Regional Hospital Foundation and Bull Run Hunt
There will be three different ride options: 10 miles, 20 miles, and 30 miles with rest-stops/check-points at 5-10 mile increments. (http://www.mapquest.com/?version=1.0&hk=8-qQHEJm00)
Food and drink will be provided by local merchants. BBQ & picnic to follow. (Stick around for ride prizes & give-aways!)
101.3 WJMA will be on-site with music & entertainment.
2012 Trek 820 mountain bike
Tickets: $5 each
(sponsored by The Bike Stop & Bike Stop Racing)
*Shawn’s Smokehouse BBQ Company will be catering our post-ride BBQ party at the event! Anyone and everyone is invited to participate. (Bring your friends and family!)
Bike maintenance and road sag will be on-site (provided by The Bike Stop).
Roads will be open to automobile traffic, but volunteers will be at intersections and crossings to assist riders.
Alex Forte (Bike Stop Racing)
The Bike Stop
120 West Culpeper Street, Culpeper, VA
Bull Run Hunt contacts:
Rosie Campbell & Kristi Clore
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:
Shawn’s Smokehouse BBQ
St. Luke’s School
Eastern View High School
*USAC sanctioned event
Michele Scherer (Cat 3) finished 5th overall in the women’s Cat 1/2/3 race at Tour of Tucker County (Thomas, WV)
Odyssey Fall Finale 24-Hour Adventure Race (10/16-17):
“Team Papa’s Pace” finished the 24-hour West Virginia race in a little over 23 hours,
starting at 11:30am on Sat, Oct. 16 and finishing at 10:43am on Sun, Oct. 17, and placing 1st in their division.
The team included BSPT members Rusty Fancher and Tracy Darensbourgh with Rusty’s dad, “Papa Rusty”.
2010 USA TRIATHLON NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Female triathlete, Cathy Lee, made the trip down to Alabama for the 2010 National Triathlon Championships. She finished 19th in her division (3:07:26) for the Olympic distance event, qualifying for the 2011 ITU World Triathlon Championships in Beijing, China next year. Additionally, Cathy placed 1st in her division for the Set-Up Events 2010 Virginia Triathlon Series. Congrats Cathy!
“Giant Acorn International & Sprint Triathlons” (10/2-3): Rusty Fancher placed 10th in his division in the international distance race with a time of 2:23:48, followed by Ed Norlander who finished 7th in his division with a time of 2:34:37;Tracy Darensbourgh placed 6th in his division with a time of 1:18:12, followed closely by female triathlete, Andrea Fancher, who finished 2nd in her division and 15th overall with a time of 1:19:17 in the sprint race. Andrea comments on the race day:
“Warrenton Sprint Triathlon” (9/19): Master female triathlete, Cathy Lee, finished 1st in her division and 21 overall with a time of 1:51:41.
“Fawn Lake Sprint Tri” (8/29): BSPT triple tag-teamed the podium this weekend in Fredericksburg. Cathy Lee placed 1st in her division and 50 overall with a time of 1:33:15; Ed Norlander placed 2nd in his division and 21 overall with a time of 1:24:47; Tracy Darensbourgh placed 3rd in his division and 10 overall with a time of 1:21:00. Additionally, local Culpeper triathlete and Tri-4-Autism advocate, David Stubbs, finished 1st overall.
“Ford Ironman Wisconsin” (9/11): Master triathlete, Dave Jones, made the trip out to Madison, Wisconsin for the 2010 Ironman Wisconsin, finishing the 140.6 mile (2.4 mile swim/112 mile bike/26.2 mile run) race in a time of 10:47:54 and placing 27 in his division. “Overall I am very pleased. It was a tough course and I took 14 minutes off my PR. The run was tough but it was what I expected, ” says Dave.
DAVE JONES, YOU ARE AN IRONMAN!