We assume it is a great problem to have, when you are constantly double checking and realizing you are missing results postings…What an incredible few weeks of racing and National Championships! So far we are tipping the scales with 86+ wins and 13 National Titles! And I’m sure I’ve missed some in there between it all.
We are very proud of all your accomplishments, and look forward to another season of building towards the next championships. And who could forget about the 2017 Masters Track Worlds in LA! Big things happening, it’s time to put together the Big Picture!
Remember, next season has already started. So don’t eat too many donuts (Joe). The last countdown on our clocks is Master’s World Championships, and that’s not too far away. It’s time to reset and get ready for the next year!
Matthew Rotherham took 4th in the 25 lap points race, 4th in the supersprint elimination, 1st in the 40 lap madison, and 5th overall in the pro mens omnium on Tuesday Night at the VPCC.
On Friday night, he won the first three races and secured the overall omnium of the night: 1st in the 15 lap scratch, 1st in the 1 mile, 1st in the miss n out, 3rd in the 3km scratch, and 1st in the omnium.
Matt still leads the Ttown Rider of the Year series.
Thomas Rotherham placed 1st in the 25 lap points race, 1st in the supersprint elimination, 3rd in the 10 lap scratch, and 1st in the 40 lap madison. He finished 1st overall in the pro men’s omnium on Tuesday Night at the VPCC.
On Friday Night, Tom won the final two races, while placing high in the other three: 3rd in the 15 lap scratch, 2nd in the 1 mile, 1st in the 3km scratch, and 2nd overall in the omnium.
Jim Kloss won GOLD in the master’s points race national championship, GOLD in the 500m, GOLD in the pursuit, and GOLD in the scratch race!
Kurt Sato won GOLD in the master’s sprint competition after qualifying 1st, and SILVER in the 500m!
Lisa Nutter takes GOLD the masters women’s sprint competition after a huge PR in her flying 200m, qualifying 1st. She also took GOLD in the 500m!
George Geier took 4th in his points race, and qualified 1st in the flying 200m. He also took 3rd in the match sprints.
Bonnie Woodbury took GOLD in the women’s 2k pursuit, and GOLD in the women’s sprints. She also unofficially broke her own world record in the flying 200m!
Missy Erickson took 2nd in the points race, 5th in the point a lap, and finished 4th in the overall omnium on Friday Night. She still leads the ttown Rider of the Year competition.