Antrim Can/Am Sept. 18, 19 & 20, 2009

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Updated registrants!

Post by Claude Regnier » Tue Aug 18, 2009 1:53 pm

Hi Brian,

Just wondering when you will add any updates to the list on NCDSA? I find out on the 30th of August if there is a chnace I can race or not.

Dan & Gabe return from holidays next week and we all lan on attending once again. Just want to make sure there will be room when we make the final plans.

Thank you again!
Many Happy Pumps!

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Re: Updated registrants!

Post by Steve Pederson » Tue Aug 18, 2009 3:38 pm

:-)
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Post by Brian Beihl » Tue Aug 18, 2009 11:14 pm

Hi, Claude:

I don't see registration being closed by then. Registration is at the URL below, not at NCDSA, so sign up as soon as the doc gives you the green light.

BTW, in honor of your accident last year, Antrim Police have banned parking on both sides of Rt. 202 to keep everybody safe. :-)

I hope you can come!

Brian



Greetings Antrim Racers:

Well, we've finally opened the registration for the Antrim Can/Am Slalom Championships. I'm sorry for the delay. Find the registration at the Active.com address below, NOT NCDSA.

http://www.active.com/page/Event_Detail ... 381770A488

Before you register, keep these important changes in mind.

o The Antrim Chamber of Commerce, trying to avoid the losses of last year, has made the registration ala carte. When you register, you will be asked to register for the race ($50.00, includes registration, T-shirt, party); the housing (camping/dormitory -- $50.00, two nights); and the meal package $30.00 (Friday night pizza party, Saturday breakfast, Saturday lunch, Saturday dinner, Sunday breakfast). The whole package is still pretty reasonable given local market, but is not as cheap as it has been due to sponsorship money being hard to come by this year.

o Registration will be limited to 64 racers. That's as many as we feel we can get down the hill in the time we have. We will be taking wait list names at [url]mailto: brianbeihl@slalomskateboard.com[/url]

o Registration is online payment only this year. If you need to cancel your registration, email me at [url]mailto: brianbeihl@slalomskateboard.com[/url] by September 1st and we'll refund your money, provided we have people on the wait list. After September 1, our housing and food is locked in and we can't give your money back.

o If you're really broke and can't afford the camping, please let me know privately by email and I'll find a spot for you.

o T-Shirt sizes, extra t-shirts, transportation from the airport, and housing options are all addressed on the online registration. If you have questions, comments or complaints (I have my Kevlar on), post here or by email.

Sorry for the late changes, but it was unfortunately out of my hands.

Thanks again for coming to Antrim, and I look forward to seeing you in September.

Brian Beihl, Antrim Chamber of Commerce
and the Antrim Can/Am Race Committee
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skateparc de Antrim

Post by Claude Regnier » Tue Aug 18, 2009 11:15 pm

Hi dave - mb here, claude's partner - my kids really had fun skating the skatepark between events last year - i'm sure they are down to demo/coach, give suggestions etc
we will bring any surplus stickers and little fun schwag things we can carry for the local crew
also we are down to help with the kids slalom race
cheers
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Current Racers as of 8/18

Post by Brian Beihl » Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:22 am

These are the current racers as of 8/18 with one month to go. We're a little lower than we should be, mostly because NCDSA gives the impression it's closed, so please pass the word to skaters who you know who should be coming. Thx!

Brian
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YOUNG, CAT
CHAPMAN, GLENN
PERCICH, DANILO
BOULANGER, JULIE
PEDERSON, STEVE
DUPLAIN, KÉLIAN
CARRASCO, RICHY
DEBARTOLO, CURT
SEBASTIEN, LEGER
GRAVEL, PIERRE
Withdrawn due to work!! LAVIN, STEPHEN
OHM, MIKE
PERUSSE, DOMINIC
Withdrawn due to broken body parts SCHWIPPERT, ADAM (but he's still coming!)
GASCON, EMILIE
LARSON, DAVE
PARRISH, DAN
PRICE, PAUL
HOLLIEN, KEITH
JEAN, PASCAL
WHALEN, TERRY
DEMING, WILLIAM
HEINLE, NOAH
IACOVELLI, JOSEPH
IACOVELLI, NICK
KIRKPATRICK, C
WILSON, THOMAS
KRAMER, LYNN
SCHROEDER, BERNIE
SCHROEDER, RILEY
CEPHAS, EARL
BUDILOVSKY, GLEB
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Missed Bobby Thomas!

Post by Brian Beihl » Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:32 am

I didn't include Bobby Thomas on the list of racers. Sorry Bobby!

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Re: Missed Bobby Thomas!

Post by Steve Pederson » Wed Aug 19, 2009 6:59 pm

:-)
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Re: skateparc de Antrim

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Wed Aug 19, 2009 8:38 pm

That's great! I'm not much fun in the park, but I'll make efforts to be around there too. I have extra cones, slalom boards, to use or not as the situation requires.

Try to find me when you get here, I'll do the same.

Thanks!

Claude Regnier wrote:Hi dave - mb here, claude's partner - my kids really had fun skating the skatepark between events last year - i'm sure they are down to demo/coach, give suggestions etc
we will bring any surplus stickers and little fun schwag things we can carry for the local crew
also we are down to help with the kids slalom race
cheers
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Re: Current Racers as of 8/18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Wed Aug 19, 2009 8:48 pm

Brian Beihl wrote:These are the current racers as of 8/18 ... Withdrawn due to broken body parts SCHWIPPERT, ADAM (but he's still coming!)
That's pretty hardcore, doing the miles even though he can't race it this year. Girls, hang all over him, make him happy he made the trip! :-)
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Post by Josh Howard » Mon Aug 24, 2009 11:15 pm

I am finally in! It will be great to see you all again but even better now that im in the race this time.
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Mostly Final Schedule for Antrim

Post by Brian Beihl » Fri Aug 28, 2009 4:06 pm

Schedule for the
2009 Antrim Can/Am Slalom Championship


Thursday, September 17
Afternoon--Racers begin to arrive, register, fill out waivers, get directions to housing


Friday, September 18
6 a.m. to 9:15 AM Road Open to allow school traffic to pass
9:15 Road Closed
9:15 - 10:30 AM Course set up
10:30 AM Practice begins
12 PM Qualification begin for ABC bracketing
4 p.m.- 6:30 p.m. 50 Cone Single Lane Challenge-- Summer Street Hill
6:30 p.m. Pizza, soda, salad, breadsticks NEW in 2009 This dinner is open to the public. We are selling shirts and will have pens for you to sign the kids' shirts and boards. All skater family members, $5.00.
6:30 p.m. Summer Street Reopens overnight
7:30 p.m Dr. Dan's GlowCone demo -- 25 cone flat course, just for fun!


Saturday, September 19
7 a.m. Breakfast at Presbyterian Church (racer meals covered)
8 a.m.- Road Closed
8 a.m.- Practice Begins
9 a.m. - Dual Hybrid Slalom Racing Begins - Rotating A B C bracket
11:15 a.m.- Break for parade -- Pirate Run! ARRRR. Everybody bombs the hill in pirate garb you bring. Skaters join parade at junction of
Rt . 31 and North Main Street.
Noon - Lunch on the hill during Soap Box Derby
12:30 - 5:30 p.m. Dual Hybrid Racing Resumes
5:30 - 7:00 Proceed to Tenney Farm for dinner & live music- Hot dogs, Hamburgers,
corn, chips, drink. (racer meals covered--$3.00 extra for upgrade to BBQ chicken)
7 - 9 p.m. Live music & fireworks @ Tenney Farm, .5 miles south on 202


Sunday, September 20
7 a.m. 9 a.m. Continental Breakfast at the top of the hill (racer meals covered)
8 a.m.- Road Closed
8 a.m.- Practice Begins
9 a.m. - GS Slalom Racing Begins
Noon - Blessing of the racers
Discounted lunch from Rick & Diane's
12:30 - 3 p.m. 50 Cone GS Racing Resumes

1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Amateur Race at the base of Summer Street. Free registration, helmet required, waiver signed by parent required.
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Antrim Can/Am T-Shirts

Post by Brian Beihl » Fri Aug 28, 2009 7:00 pm

Shirts are about to be printed! They're black with a matte gold ink and will be included in the racer registration. If you want extras, we will have some available at race, or even better, email me in advance at
[url]mailto: brianbeihl@slalomskateboard.comImage


FRONT

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Post by Leonardo Ojeda » Thu Sep 03, 2009 2:14 am

are registrations closed already?
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Registration

Post by Brian Beihl » Thu Sep 03, 2009 2:21 pm

Hi, Leo:

Registration isn't on NCDSA this year. See:

http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=176178

Thanks!

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Safety / Housekeeping: Helmets, Pads, Campsite, Bathrooms

Post by Brian Beihl » Thu Sep 03, 2009 3:39 pm

Hi, Everyone:

A couple of reminders that I don't want to forget when things get crazy right before the race:

o HELMETS/PADS REQUIRED -- Antrim is a helmet-required, pads-required race. Our hill is fast and crashes do happen from time to time, and Dave K. & I feel strongly about setting a good example for the local kids.

o SKATE PARK Also, Dave asked a couple of weeks ago if anyone wanted to make a "crossover" appearance at our skate park, please set a good example with helmets there, too, please.

o BATHROOMS You asked for porta potties on the hill. There will be one located at the top of the hill, along the hedge near the flag pole. A second will be located at the bottom of the hill to the left of the dam, back in the corner. Flush toilets will be at Town Hall and the Presbyterian Church.

o CHANGING CLOTHES Next to the bathroom at the top of the hill, will be a Superman-like changing booth. This eliminates the need for disrobing in front of classes of 5th graders on Friday :-)

o ROUTES TO HOUSING Bridge construction caused detours to both of our housing locations last year. The bridge to Hancock has been fixed, thank goodness, taking three miles off the trip. I believe the other has been fixed, too, but will verify later today.

Thanks!

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Post by Joe Iacovelli » Wed Sep 09, 2009 12:48 am

IF YOU ARE STAYING AT THE MAHARESHI - bring pillow, sheet, blanket, sleeping bag, towel, soap. It's dry and warm, but bare bones so be prepared.

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Post by Paul Price » Tue Sep 15, 2009 12:35 am

Hi Joe, I am flying in to Boston and driving up to Antrim. My airline luggage allowance is tight so is there someone who lives nearby who could lend me bedding? Otherwise is there a WalMart nearby for me to buy stuff? Looking forward to my first time in New Hampshire :-)

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Post by Curt DeBartalo » Tue Sep 15, 2009 3:36 am

When are you coming in? Im about 1 mile from Logan...

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Post by Joe Iacovelli » Tue Sep 15, 2009 5:24 am

Paul,

Sleeping bag and pillow tucked aside.

Joe

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Post by Sebastien Leger » Tue Sep 15, 2009 3:16 pm

Hi Brian,

Can you post an updated list of the riders that are registered?

Cheers!

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Post by Miguel Marco » Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:12 pm

Antrim Results

50 cones "One and Done"
Rank - Name - Time
1 Paul Price 13,067
2 Sebastien Leger 13,155
3 George Pappas 13,204
4 Richy Carrasco 13,332
5 Glenn Chapman 13,590
6 Steve Pederson 13,741
7 Louis Ricard 13,918
8 Noah Heinle 13,961
9 Pascal Jean 14,017
10 Lynn Kramer 14,162
11 Miguel Marco 14,200
12 Pierre Gravel 14,227
13 Rick Floyd 14,273
14 Danilo Percich 14,284
15 Curt Debartolo 14,325
16 Mike Ohm 14,883
17 Bernie Schroeder 14,909
18 Dominic Perusse 15,004
19 Bobby Thomas 15,452
20 Kelian Duplain 15,782
21 Julie Boulanger 15,976
22 Dan Parrish 16,009
23 Emilie Gascon 16,348
24 Gleb Budilovsky 16,545
25 Gabriel Duquet 16,749
26 Dave Kirkpatrick 17,230
27 Dave Larson -
27 Daniel Duquet -
27 Keith Hollien -
27 Terry Whalen -
27 William Deming -
27 Thomas Wilson -
27 Riley Schroeder -
27 Earl Cephas -
27 Josh Howard -
27 Rian Readel -
27 Lindsey Warren -
27 Delaney Barrett -
27 Sofie Klotz -
27 Meredyth Klotz -
27 Nick Iacovelli -

*Skaters tied for 27 are either DQ or DNS


Dual Hybrid A Group
Final position - Name - Qual time - Qual rank
1 Louis Ricard 17,855 1
2 Richy Carrasco 18,059 3
3 Sebastien Leger 18,399 4
4 George Pappas 17,976 2
5 Paul Price 18,675 5
6 Pascal Jean 18,814 6
7 Keith Hollien 18,908 7
8 Rick Floyd 19,326 9
9 Curt Debartolo 19,167 8
10 Miguel Marco 19,394 10
11 Pierre Gravel 19,447 11
12 Danilo Percich 19,451 12
13 Noah Heinle 19,674 13
14 Mike Ohm 19,844 14
15 Glenn Chapman 19,846 15
16 Lynn Kramer 19,859 16


Dual Hybrid B Group
Final position - Name - Qual time - Qual rank
1 Steve Pederson 20,572 2
2 Dominic Perusse 20,859 5
3 William Deming 22,276 9
4 Bobby Thomas 21,585 6
5 Bernie Schroeder 20,224 1
6 Thomas Wilson 20,707 3
7 Julie Boulanger 20,790 4
8 Kelian Duplain 22,306 10
9 Gabriel Duquet 21,736 7
10 Emilie Gascon 22,225 8
11 Earl Cephas 22,443 11
12 Dave Larson 22,852 12
13 Dan Parrish 22,985 13
14 Terry Whalen 23,512 14
15 Gleb Budilovsky 24,352 15
16 Daniel Duquet 24,662 16


Dual Hybrid C Group
Final position - Name - Qual time - Qual rank
1 Riley Schroeder 24,794 1
2 Dave Kirkpatrick 25,769 3
3 Josh Howard 26,000 4
4 Nick Iacovelli 25,068 2
5 Rian Readel 27,000 5

GS Open
Final position - Name - Fastest run out of 4
1 Louis Ricard 23,709
2 George Pappas 23,993
3 Richy Carrasco 24,458
4 Keith Hollien 24,565
5 Miguel Marco 24,659
6 Sebastien Leger 24,725
7 Noah Heinle 24,753
8 Curt Debartolo 24,967
9 Pascal Jean 25,081
10 Paul Price 25,136
11 Rick Floyd 25,487
12 Dominic Perusse 25,650
13 Mike Ohm 25,748
14 Pierre Gravel 26,093
15 Lynn Kramer 26,108
16 Danilo Percich 26,327
17 Steve Pederson 26,500
18 Jake Palmer 26,601
19 Thomas Wilson 26,647
20 Bernie Schroeder 26,660
21 Bobby Thomas 26,700
22 Gabriel Duquet 26,896
23 Glenn Chapman 27,045
24 William Deming 27,275
25 Kelian Duplain 27,566
26 Julie Boulanger 27,901
27 Dave Kirkpatrick 27,976
28 Rian Readel 28,272
29 Earl Cephas 28,564
30 Terry Whalen 28,765
31 Dan Parrish 28,801
32 Emilie Gascon 29,232
33 Gleb Budilovsky 29,318
34 Dave Larson 29,491
35 Daniel Duquet 29,509
36 Riley Schroeder 30,823
37 Josh Howard 30,893

Sorry, I don't have the results for the "lower start" racers in the Hybrid and GS, and the kids race. They were done on paper and handed to the organizers. Maybe Joe or Brian have them...

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Post by Karl Floitgraf » Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:20 pm

Congrats Louis!!!!


Sounds like it was a lot of fun, sorry I couldn't make it this year. See everyone at Dixie hopefully.
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Post by Jani Soderhall » Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:41 pm

Holy smoke! These are really interesting results. Great to see Louis Ricard doing so well!

...and Paul Price. It pays off riding clean!

Congratulations!

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Antrim Results, completion

Post by Jani Soderhall » Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:44 pm

Miguel Marco wrote:*Skaters tied for 27 are either DQ or DNS
Can you separate them out? DQ still gives points in the World Ranking whereas DNS do not. But then again, maybe this is to be seen as a fun event? But I'm not the one to decide, so I'd just like to see results as clear as possible.
Miguel Marco wrote:Sorry, I don't have the results for the "lower start" racers in the Hybrid and GS, and the kids race. They were done on paper and handed to the organizers. Maybe Joe or Brian have them...
Same thing. Hope you can find them and post them.

/Jani

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Post by Martin Drayton » Tue Sep 22, 2009 4:53 am

Congrats to all the winners, but especially to Mr. Clean, Paul Price! Wicked performance, wish I had been there to see it...

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Post by Scott Snow » Wed Sep 23, 2009 12:29 am

Fullbag Rules!!!

Louis Ricard is the man to beat.
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Post by Stephen Lavin » Wed Sep 23, 2009 4:27 am

Way to go Pederson - Good show man!!
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Maplehurst

Post by Mike Ohm » Wed Sep 23, 2009 1:08 pm

Hey Lavin, a bunch of us were having some Guiness at the Maplehurst Saturday night when the bartender handed me the house phone. A female was looking for Rob Sydia , so is said Rob's not here this year but come on down and join us. Bad mistake! we thought the call came from the cougar Rob hung out with last year. Wrong, it was your friend looking for Rob for some reason. She walked in the bar and expected a grand entrance. She stood there for a while and then said, yeah, i'm the one who called, asked for a beer to be purchased for her and sat down and began her assault. Total nightmare. I regretted my invitation, most of us were biting our tongues cause she needed a lashing, but after 15 minutes of ignoring her, she left. My only question is, why was she looking for Sydia?
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Re: Maplehurst

Post by Sebastien Leger » Wed Sep 23, 2009 4:40 pm

Mike Ohm wrote: why was she looking for Sydia?
Good point and were was Rob this year?
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Re: Maplehurst

Post by Stephen Lavin » Wed Sep 23, 2009 8:00 pm

Mike Ohm wrote:Hey Lavin, a bunch of us were having some Guiness at the Maplehurst Saturday night when the bartender handed me the house phone. A female was looking for Rob Sydia , so is said Rob's not here this year but come on down and join us. Bad mistake! we thought the call came from the cougar Rob hung out with last year. Wrong, it was your friend looking for Rob for some reason. She walked in the bar and expected a grand entrance. She stood there for a while and then said, yeah, i'm the one who called, asked for a beer to be purchased for her and sat down and began her assault. Total nightmare. I regretted my invitation, most of us were biting our tongues cause she needed a lashing, but after 15 minutes of ignoring her, she left. My only question is, why was she looking for Sydia?
OMG! Mike... you were dealing with a 1,000 year-old demon in a 6-spirit bag my friend..., very dangerous. Why she was looking for Rob is a mystery but I bet Rob treated her friend real good if you know what I mean and she was looking to cash-in on some; just a guess.

That is too F&$king funny!!!!

Rob sent me a shout mentioning some of you guys almost lost your virginity that night. Did she bite you? Man, glad you escaped unharmed. I recall her favorite saying to be "oh, shut your ass...".

Thanks for letting me know what horrors I missed. Sorry she spolied your party-time.
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Re: Maplehurst

Post by Cat Young » Thu Sep 24, 2009 4:26 am

Mike Ohm wrote:My only question is, why was she looking for Sydia?
Because he puts out!!!! Hahahahah!
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Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Thu Sep 24, 2009 3:58 pm

Heeeyyyy,

FUN race, great weekend -

I have two pieces of important business for you guys, once you stop laughing about cougar sightings / brushes with danger.

1. THANK YOU, racers! I keep hearing "wow, what a great bunch of people!" and it's not all coming from the local skaters who you showered with racing tips, slick gear, and shouts of encouragement. I hear this from the spectators who witnessed it! You guys showed the good people of Antrim all the right stuff, friendship, support, respect, comradery... I have been asking for and getting quite a bit of leeway from all the "powers that be" up here, and having such a NICE few days in the center of town really helps reinforce that this is a worthy cause. You guys rock!

2. I seem to be the Lost and found dept. this year. I have a grey hoodie w/ Pavel on the sleeves and blue/grey hat in the pocket (George?). A blue windbreaker, Bjork written inside, there was a quarter and a beer cap in the pocket - I spent your .25, recycled the cap, sorry... A Concrete Wave mag, I'm still reading it. And cones: Over the summer I had lost 6 of our 100 seismic cones, now I'm down 12. I have 52 whites, so I'm up! 36 orange, down. I think this might be in the "suck it up" department as shipping $2 cones is kind of a bust, but if you are one of our regulars and notice your collection has shrunk or grown, or if your white cones had sentimental value, let me know, I can ship or let's swap when we meet again.

Other Stuff:

- Delaney's board was found, some kid (blame the kids!) rode it off and ditched it a couple blocks away. Whew! That was a DK homemade, she likes it a lot, relief! I have parts to help set up her LK Axe too.

- I picked up 3 or 4 new slalom skaters for my crew over this long weekend, very cool.

- The local crew got a taste of the real thing, it was sweet - but we know we have our work cut out for us, so we'll be skating our asses off. Look out next year!!

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Antrim Video Links to YouTube

Post by Brian Beihl » Thu Sep 24, 2009 8:30 pm

I'm sharing some video links of the Antrim Home & Harvest Festival and Antrim Can/Am Slalom Championships with you, shot by the visiting Lauren Traub Teton for SnowBoardSecrets.tv.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGygLP4O134

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od7p5bQxBb0


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Post by Rick Floyd » Sun Sep 27, 2009 12:21 am

Thanks Dave and Brian, for the vid links and good news!

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Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Sun Sep 27, 2009 3:00 am

The local/alternate divisions are wishing to see times. (I have the kids/beginners, am in need of local/women's/alt start on the big hill). If anyone has them, pls let me know or post 'em!

tx!

dk
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Paul Price
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Post by Paul Price » Fri Oct 02, 2009 4:03 am

Great to see you all at Antrim!

I had a ball, and enjoyed a fun look around Boston too.

Here are my pics, watch using 'slideshow' set to fast.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/39089904@N ... 350198445/

I enjoyed my first pirate parade! Talk like a pirate day! ARRR!!!

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Good racing and solid ramps!

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and in the paper too!

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the overall winner!

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Sebastien Leger
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Post by Sebastien Leger » Sun Oct 04, 2009 11:49 pm

Great pix Paul! Thanks and hope seeing you again soon!

Cheers!

Seb
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Great pictures, Paul!

Post by Brian Beihl » Mon Oct 12, 2009 9:32 pm

Paul:

Great to meet you and I loved the photos. Thanks for sharing them!

Brian
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