Dovercourt 2009, July 1

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Dovercourt 2009, July 1

Post by Claude Regnier » Tue May 19, 2009 5:00 pm

Yes it is on. Same as the last couple of years as the holiday (the 1st.) is mid-week. We are making arrangement for accomodations at the residence as usual.

We have been informed and are awaiting the contract that we will need to get 10 rooms for the lower rate however.

We may have some other options for some of you coming in early. As MB & I don't actually live in Ottawa at this point we can't offer any spots.

We will talk with the Quebec crew this coming weekend and get everything posted soon. Our plan will be similar as last year. Try to run an outlaw GS he evening before and run the Hybrid & TS on July 1, 09......
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Post by Miguel Marco » Tue May 19, 2009 11:35 pm

Cool! A Quebec delagation will be there for sure. We will talk about it this weekend at the outlaw. :D

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Post by Joe Iacovelli » Wed May 20, 2009 12:10 am

Always a good time!

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Post by Rick Floyd » Wed May 20, 2009 6:04 pm

Maybe I can trade my July 4th holiday for the 1st...didn't work last year, but worth a shot.
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Post by Stéphane Fournier » Mon Jun 29, 2009 8:06 pm

the weather is bad for the july first............shit
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Post by Sebastien Leger » Thu Jul 02, 2009 2:43 pm

Wow! What a great race and Canada day!!

First of all I wanna giva a big Thanks to Mb and Claude for running once again this great race and National championship for Canadians!! Thanks to everyone that help during the day and Mother nature!! you rock!!

Big up to all the racers!!! GO CANADA!! This was an other all Canadian race with up and coming kids that are ripping!! Gab, Dan, Kel, Fredz, Charls, Reily keep it up you are the future of this sport! The girlz where rippin' too!

Thank you again and again!!

See you next year!!

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Post by Pierre Gravel » Thu Jul 02, 2009 2:57 pm

Results??

Come on, it's hard enough to miss the race due to injury, i gotta know what happened!
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Post by Sebastien Leger » Fri Jul 03, 2009 4:14 pm

Here's what I remember for results. Claude will post the official one with times...

TS:
1st Louis Ricard
2nd Seb Leger
3rd Pascal the rookie
coming soon...

HS:
1st Louis Ricard
2nd Pascal rookie
3rd Seb Leger
coming soon...

Overall National championship

Men's
1st Louis Ricard
2nd Pascal rookie
3rd Seb Leger

Women's
1st Julie Boulanger
2nd Émilie Gascon
3ed Raylene Hill
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I am sorting all the info!

Post by Claude Regnier » Fri Jul 03, 2009 7:00 pm

I just got the spreadsheets and need to track the paperwork that has the final placings as well.

Yesterday was a pretty rough day for both MB & I. Just a little spent from everythng going on of late and we leave in a couple days.

I'll get them on all the site as quick as I can!

Thank you all. Pierre we missed you.
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Results!!!!

Post by Claude Regnier » Fri Jul 03, 2009 8:23 pm

We had great day of racing here in Ottawa, Canada. Celebrating our countries birthday and crowning some New and returning Canadian National Championships. Although the Outlaw race the evening was rained out we did mange to get some run in on a very difficult TS course.

We need to Thank, NCDSA for the registration, Dovercourt Recreation Center for their continued support, The neighbors all of whom by the end of the day were on our side ( sometimes a couple of t-shirts will put a smile on the frowning faces).

Special thanks to MB for the work on the awards. Bernie (for giving up his racing comeback to make things run smooth), Mig for his making sure things were working. To everyone, that showed up, and lent a hand. Also to those that couldn’t but really wanted to for one reason or another. You helped us get this far and we missed you all. Just think next year we are on a Thursday then it’s the weekend so plan for it early, EH!

6th Annual Dovercourt Open

Hybrid Slalom results
Final Name Qual-Time
1 Louis 9.44
2 Rookie 9.762
3 Seb 10.24
4 Civ 10.18
5 Danilo 10.42
6 Greg 10.43
7 Mig 10.617
8 Patrick 11.173
9 Rabbit 10.34
10 Rob S 10.59
11 Rejean 10.82
12 Stephane F 10.86
13 Steve 11.354
14 Kel 11.399
15 Julie 11.487
16 Emilie 12.28
17 Gabe 11.42
18 Fred 11.724
19 Raylene 12.41
20 Dan 12.585
21 Charles 12.86
22 Riley 13.2

Tight slalom Results

Qualifying Place Name Best Time
1 Louis 10.7680
2 Seb 11.0960
3 Rookie 11.1740
4 Civ 11.6340
5 Rob S 11.9170
6 Mig 11.9740
7 Danilo 12.0810
8 Stephane F 12.1420
Qual Times unavailable
9. Rob S. - 10. Rejean - 11. Stephou - 12. Steve
13. Kel - 14. Julie - 15. Emilie - 16. Gabe
17. Fred –18. Raylene - 19. Dan - 20. Charles- 21. Riley

Canadian National Championship Winners
Men’s -1- Louis – 2 – Pascal (Rookie) – 3 – Seb
Women’s – 1 Julie – 2 Emilie – 3 – Raylene
Junior 17 & Under -1 – Kel -2- Riley – 3 Gabe
Boys 12 & Under – 1- Dan
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Post by Stéphane Fournier » Sat Jul 04, 2009 2:50 am

6th Annual Dovercourt Open

Hybrid Slalom results
Final Name Qual-Time
1 Louis 9.44
2 Rookie 9.762
3 Seb 10.24
4 Civ 10.18
5 Danilo 10.42
6 Greg 10.43
7 Mig 10.6178
8 Patrick 11.173
9 Rob S 10.59
10 Rejean 10.82
11 Stephane F 10.86
12 Steve 11.354
13 Kel 11.399
14 Julie 11.487
15 Emilie 12.28
16 Gabe 11.42
17 Fred 11.724
18 Raylene 12.41
19 Dan 12.585
20 Charles 12.86
21 Riley 13.2


Tight slalom Results

Qualifying Place Name Best Time
1 Louis 10.7680
2 Seb 11.0960
3 Rookie 11.1740
4 Civ 11.6340
5 Rob S 11.9170
6 Mig 11.9740
7 Danilo 12.0810
8 Stephane F 12.1420
Qual Times unavailable
9. Rob S. -
10. Rejean
11. Steve
12. Kel -
13. Julie -
14. Emilie -
15. Gabe
16. Fred –
17. Raylene -
18. Dan -
19. Charles-
20. Riley

rabiit is nobody in hybrid and i am in 8 and 11 in tight
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Post by Stéphane Fournier » Sat Jul 04, 2009 5:18 pm

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Re: Results!!!!

Post by Rick Floyd » Sun Jul 05, 2009 5:20 pm

Claude Regnier wrote: Just think next year we are on a Thursday then it’s the weekend so plan for it early, EH!
Claude, in America the "weekend" is Saturday and Sunday. ;-)

Glad you guys got the races in! :-)

Equally bummed I could not be there. :-(

Congrats to the winners!!

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Hmm!

Post by Claude Regnier » Sun Jul 05, 2009 5:55 pm

But, can you read? :)

Next year it's on Thursday

Then it's the weekend 2011. We kind of include Friday here as well.

See you in a couple days, EH!
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Re: Hmm!

Post by Rick Floyd » Sun Jul 05, 2009 6:04 pm

Claude Regnier wrote:But, can you read? :)

Next year it's on Thursday

Then it's the weekend 2011. We kind of include Friday here as well.

See you in a couple days, EH!
I can't read in French. Even when it is translated to Vermontian.

I get it now.

I'm packed and ready to go - will be stayin' with J and Terri.

EH!!

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Post by Bernie Schroeder » Tue Jul 07, 2009 4:19 am

Stéphane Fournier wrote:6th Annual Dovercourt Open


Qual Times unavailable
9. Rob S. -
10. Rejean
11. Steve
12. Kel -
13. Julie -
14. Emilie -
15. Gabe
16. Fred –
17. Raylene -
18. Dan -
19. Charles-
20. Riley

rabiit is nobody in hybrid and i am in 8 and 11 in tight
Hi all:

Here are the qual times for the TS ranking 9 thru 16:

Greg 12.2950
Rejean 12.4320
Steve 12.7160
Julie 12.8920
Emilie 13.5000
Patrick 13.7320
Fred 13.8900
Raylene 14.0260
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Post by Sebastien Leger » Tue Jul 07, 2009 7:04 pm

Thanks Bernie!!

Émilie is going to be happy!!

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