[2011] Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

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[2011] Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:52 pm

Greetings Skaters,

The Can/Am International is officially ON once again! Antrim's Home and Harvest Festival is Saturday, 9/17 which makes our race dates September 16-18. I'm still gathering info and weighing options, but more than likely we'll stick to something like what's worked in the past - qualifying and some kind of racing on Friday, main event head-to-head on Saturday, and a GS Sunday.

Lots of stuff still up in the air right now, including making this event bigger, adding a DH component, and/or taking our GS off Summer Street this year. I'll post more info as things become more clear.

As the new race coordinator, I'm interested in your input on anything that pertains to the racing or the logistics, either in the past or whatever is on your wish list for future events.

I'm also looking for new volunteers and sponsors, so if you have time or a skill to offer, or know of an industry connection that could be made, drop me a note.

I look forward to getting started on this, and seeing all of you again!

dk
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Post by David Graves-Witherell » Sat Jan 29, 2011 2:29 pm

Thanks for leading the charge Dave. I can't wait to hang w/ the good people of Antrim and race again. Great way to spend a fall weekend in New England!

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Antrim Can/Am 16-17-18 September 2011

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Sun Jan 30, 2011 8:07 pm

Antrim Can / Am International

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TS, Hybrid, GS, possibly a SG or DH event

September 16-17-18

Antrim, NH USA

Contact Dave Kirkpatrick

We're looking for at least a MAIN status for this race, HOWEVER - there's been some serious talk and consideration about putting in a bid for the Worlds - alternately, US Nationals. We're currently talking with town committees and our friends in the slalom community to get a clear picture of the drive and support for such an event. May add a day Thurs 9/15 if the event grows.

http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Antrim ... 3566547874

http://www.slalomskateboarder.com/phpBB ... php?t=7786

2010 thread - -> http://www.slalomskateboarder.com/phpBB ... php?t=7383

can/am site - http://www.slalomskateboard.com

Remarks: if you have some - Antrim has a built in audience, enjoys local government support and the PR that goes with our Home and Harvest festival, fireworks, easy access from Logan, NYC, etc. Possible local TV coverage, 4 camera live switching for head-to-head racing. Lots of discussion still to have about the nature/possibilities of this year's event.
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Re: Antrim Can/Am 16-17-18 September 2011

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Tue Jul 19, 2011 11:33 pm

Maharishi is good to go this year. It's still for sale, but pretty sure we're locked in, unless someone shows up, literally, with a bag of cash. Big deals take time and our economy is still in the crapper. Yay for that! The group that bumped us last year is NOT on for our race weekend, so no worries there.

I'll get details up as I get them. Pretty sure it's like the deal we had before. They may handle check ins, which would not be a bad thing for me.

I'll keep you posted!

dk
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Re: Antrim Can/Am 16-17-18 September 2011

Post by T Whalen » Wed Jul 20, 2011 5:11 am

Thanks Dave for your work on securing lodging!

See you on Saturday,
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Wed Aug 24, 2011 8:08 pm

Hey Skaters -

The Can Am is ON of course, and reg is still open, I apologize for not updating here sooner. I'm hoping to put signup on NCDSA today, but you can contact me to register as well.

We're pretty much sticking to the same format - qualifiers Friday AM, TS Friday PM when we get to it, some sort of fun skate Friday PM. Saturday last minute qualifiers, then head to head. Sunday GS and kids, and I really hope to squeeze in a couple extra "sideshow skates" throughout the weekend. Flat slalom, glow-cones, flat drag race (I can't wait to see you manly men PUMP in your shiny red stilettos), relay race, uphill challenge... we'll see what shakes out.

Maharishi is a GO for lodging, I'll put you in touch with them directly this time around. If you want info on campgrounds, hotel/motel or "lawn camping" send me a note.

Meal tickets available again like last year, optional and recommended, and cheaper in advance. Extra tees will help the slalom event (it would be great to break even this year) and will be an option at online reg or let me know.

Please let me know how I can assist. I'll be "out of the office" through Monday, but checking in here, email and cell 603 four slx four 9631 if you need me.

Looking forward to skating with you!

dk
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Richy Carrasco » Thu Aug 25, 2011 8:06 pm

Dave you should list the signups up on NCDSA for more awareness from the slalom community and more racers , So all aspects of info are available ,...Just back from Canada and talking with alot of riders who want to come out! thanks Richy!

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Thu Aug 25, 2011 9:49 pm

Skaters,

Sorry for the wait -

You can sign up for the Antrim Can Am Slalom Skateboard Championships on NCDSA: http://www.ncdsa.com/contest_registrati ... 521#signup

You aren't fully confirmed until you make payment through Active: http://www.active.com/page/Event_Detail ... 6beffc131d

...OR make other arrangements with me. Town of Antrim can take CC or checks, cash... but please get on the NCDSA list so we can count you and extra shirts, etc. Contrary to above post , I DID include meals in the race fee. It's easier and helps the wheels here in town turn, but If it presents a problem let me know.

Beginner race is free, of course, and there will be extra-credit races to be had each day, if all goes as planned.

Housing at the Maharishi is good to go, $25 pp/per night, I'll post their contact info ASAP, they will not sell out. If you need other housing or camping info, let me know.

Let me know of any signup issues, they both seemed to work fine in MY sandbox.

Game on!
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by T Whalen » Sat Aug 27, 2011 4:59 am

Dave,

What time are qualifiers starting on Friday AM?

Terry

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Sun Aug 28, 2011 1:30 am

We normally close the road right after school buses, around 9AM - I'm going to look into making that earlier. I'd hope to have practice runs by 9:30, qualifiers start at 11:30, TS starting around 2.

Some can qualify Sat AM if necessary, that will probably be verty early with short or no practice - we'll see how dry it is.

I'm going to try to jam a lot in, but we'll of course have flex with the conditions and whatever best serves the event, and the most.
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Brian Beihl » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:05 am

Antrim Can/Am Slalom Skateboard Championships
Though Dave's the big boss now, Brian is still hosting the chili feast for Thursday night Sept. 15 for the skaters. Corn bread, meat chili, veggie chili, BYOB. Stop by and catch up with everybody. If you don't remember the way to the Maha Hilton, we'll give you directions and/or an escort.

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Brian Beihl » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:08 am

Want to know what else is going on during the Antrim Home & Harvest Festival? Here's the http://www.homeandharvest.org/wp-conten ... _Final.pdf in PDF on the new Antrim Home & Harvest Festival web site!
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Re: Antrim Can/Am 16-17-18 September 2011

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Wed Aug 31, 2011 11:08 pm

Sorry, I realize there's a Can Am 2011 Thread in two places, here and New England : http://www.slalomskateboarder.com/phpBB ... 134&t=7786

I wonder if a mod could merge them to the better location for us, please and thanks?
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Re: Antrim Can/Am 16-17-18 September 2011

Post by Jani Soderhall » Thu Sep 01, 2011 3:52 pm

Dave Kirkpatrick wrote:I wonder if a mod could merge them to the better location for us, please and thanks?
Dave,

I just did. Hope the posts makes sense even when merged together into one topic.

If you prefer to have the topic moved to North America let me know.

/Jani

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Thu Sep 01, 2011 11:17 pm

Thanks Jani - I'm sure they'll make sense of it.
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Tue Sep 06, 2011 8:12 pm

Racers,

I thought I had successfully ditched this job, but Maharishi has asked that I (we) get people registered, they will handle check ins. If you are planning on staying there, please check in with me if you haven't yet. Remember to bring sheets and stuff for your luxurious adventure, and that no smoking or alcohol is permitted there. (don't let them find any evidence this year)

It appears Active.com does let you put Maha nights in the cart, why did I think it wouldn't?

See you all soon!

-dk
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Mon Sep 12, 2011 4:08 am

Skaters,

A few things about the Race, not sure if everyone got all of this yet so sending out to all lists, sorry if a repeat:

Rides Requests

Someone needed a ride from Manchester airport Thursday, another? was looking for a ride to Hartford CT Airport on Monday morning. If anyone is going to or near and can help out please let me know ASAP. Manchester I can probably have a local handle if someone else can't, Hartford will be trickier.


Late Sponsors

If you are bringing stuff or still want to Priority Mail gear and your banner, let me know what to expect. Not too late for banners, weblinks, and TV in exchange for your hundred bucks O' schwag!


Signup and Maharishi

It would be extremely helpful to get everyone on the NCDSA.com list for a head count. If you haven't signed up please do. If you want the Maharishi and didn't note it on the signup, please let me know!


TV Coverage - Announcers - Sponsors

Racers - Cheshire TV will be be providing coverage for Saturday's event. This will be live switched to DVD for broadcast and sharing, and the footage will be available for me (us) to use after the fact too. This should be very slick coverage! THe ONE thing they really want, that will make or break this for their purposes, is some knowledgeable commentators who can talk to the people in TV land, someone who can tell the un-initiated what's going on, who is who, what gear they are riding... They want Regis... possibly Howard Stern or Ozzie's wife... well, you don't need to be that slick! This will be different from the race announcer. Fatboy is IN for this, but I think we'll want to change up every so often, different pairs or different "guests". We'll concentrate on getting this covered for the A bracket, but nice if we have the help to cover the whole day.

So expect to be grabbed, if you're willing and able, after your run or when the other brackets are running to chat for a bit. They want to fill the space between runs with something a TV audience will understand. If you bring crib notes about history, titles, and trivia, you're awesome!

Sponsors, this is an opportunity for you to show and talk about your gear. If you'll sit in the hot seat for a half hour? hour?, you'll get pretty good coverage out of this - just sit, comment on the racers and runs, talk about the sport, show and talk about your gear, fly your banner!
If you reply to say OK, that lightens my mental load, otherwise I'm scrounging on the hill. Good running commentary is what CTV would base coming back next year on


Thanks all, lots of replies to the email version already!!

-dk
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Brian Beihl » Mon Sep 12, 2011 1:29 pm

As of 7:30 AM Monday, the weather report looks good for the weekend. Partly cloudy, dry, but COOL. Highs Fri - Sat - Sun in the mid to upper 60s. Make sure to bring appropriate clothing! I will update the weather again on Wednesday when we're a little closer.

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Mon Sep 12, 2011 7:01 pm

Thanks for the weather update Brian,

I have 10 signed up for the Maharishi. Everyone is a single except one. I expect to have 20 people there? They think 20 singles might be possible, more might be tough. If you're sharing (sharing might be fun!) or if you haven't checked in with me, please let me know.

Answers to questions: Pillows are provided, blankets are available at check in if you want one. If you want them to provide sheets, $5 covers your entire stay, not by the day.

Reminder about no alcohol, no smoking, and stay in your assigned rooms, please and thank you!
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Tue Sep 13, 2011 11:14 pm

Are there any unresloved transpo issues right now? Post 'em if you got 'em.

-dk
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Jani Soderhall » Wed Sep 14, 2011 11:50 am

Dave,

As this is one of the most important North American events this year, we'd like to assure rapid publication of the results. Could you make sure someone emails results to JBH (jbh123 AT gmail.com) and myself (jani AT slalomskateboarder.com).

If you have just one picture to go along with the article that would be ideal too.

Thanks!

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Thu Sep 15, 2011 1:06 am

Thank you guys for helping with the publicity. I emailed w JH and we'll get you some goodies each day. I'll send another email through that loop to add you Jani.
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Thu Sep 15, 2011 5:27 am

Did a lot of moving "stuff" today...

The cops stopped by, had fixed the speed trailer themselves to set it up for our race, and offered to sponsor a couple kids again. Great to have local support.

Had a nice chat with the ONE angry local guy (who filled my ear full of obscenities over the phone 2 weeks ago) and we're OK. He doesn't love us dearly. He's leaving for a couple days, we shook hands and brought it all back down... his granddaughter? is going to skate in my REC program :-) Ha. ALL the other neighbors love us, we'll have to cling to that.

Volunteers and long lost friends are showing up, and I really can't wait to see all of you Can / Am veteran skaters again!

I think we're ready to go.

I might not reply in complete sentences any time soon, but will be sending updates daily.

Let's race!
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Post by Jani Soderhall » Thu Sep 15, 2011 10:41 am

I wish you all a great race!
Have fun!

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Joe McClaren sets 100-Cone Tight Slalom Clean Record at 20.6

Post by Brian Beihl » Sat Sep 17, 2011 1:40 am

For Immediate Release
For More Information, contact Brian Beihl, Antrim Home & Harvest Festival, 603-620-8300

ANTRIM, NH--A new world record in the sport of slalom skateboard was set Friday afternoon by Joe McLaren of Longmont, Colorado. His slalom skateboard run on Summer Street in Antrim was 20.687 seconds without displacing any cones in the 100-cone tight slalom competition. His record beats the recent record of 20.77 set by Janis Kuzmins in Latvia on September 12, 2010. Friday's event was part of the weekend-long Antrim Can/Am Slalom Championships.

McLaren, 18, has not raced in Antrim before, but recently was named overall world champion at the International Skateboard Slalom Association World Championships held in Ottawa, Ontario last month, and in the Czech Republic in 2010. McLaren attends Front Range Community College in Longmont, and has been skateboarding for 12 years.

"I knew I had the time, but I just had to stay clean and not knock down any cones," said McLaren. The 100-cone tight slalom is mind-numbing, because cones come at the racer so quickly over the over 600-foot course.

Another world record was set in the 100-cone tight slalom in 2008 by veteran skater Richie Carasco. Carasco's record fell to Kuzmins in 2010, but Richie was present to see McLaren's record set Friday.

McLaren and some of the best skaters in the world will be competing Saturday in the hybrid slalom and Sunday in the giant slalom at the competition, part of the Antrim Home & Harvest Festival.

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Doug Kerr » Sun Sep 18, 2011 4:51 am

Photos from today's event can be seen here.

http://www.dmkerr.com/Events/2011-Antri ... 41_Vxk9SDW



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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Mon Sep 19, 2011 11:04 pm

I'm still waiting to get my thumb drive back, it was dispatched to send official race results to ISSA, so I don't have the full spreadsheets up yet. Here's the simple version:

HYBRID SLALOM RESULTS

A Group
1. Joe McLaren
2. Adam Schwippert
3. Martin Reaves
4. George Pappas
5. Pascal Jean
6. Keith Hollien
7. Richy Carrasco
8. Ferdinand Lindner

B Group
1. Seb Leger
2. Lou Statman
3. Paul Price
4. Curt DeBartolo
5. Miguel Marco
6. Steve Pederson
7. Lynn Kramer
8. Danilo Percich

C Group
1. Glenn Chapman (Glenn's birthday was Friday!)
2. Gabe Duquet
3. Chris Pappas
4. Daniel Duquet
5. Ryan Readel
6. Emilie Gascon
7. Julie Boulanger
8. Oliver Lehmann

D Group
1. Terry Whalen
2. Dave Kirkpatrick
3. Dan Parrish
4. Ron Barbagallo
5. Josh Howard
6. David Graves-Witherell
7. Lindsey Warren

Low Start Hybrid Racers:
1. Heather Readel
2. Emil Hristache
3. Delaney Barrett
5. Bailey Kirkpatrick
5. John Van Hazinga

Tight 50 Winners:

1. Martin Reaves
2. George Pappas
3. Joe McLaren

Giant Slalom Winners:

1. Joe McLaren
2. Martin Reaves
3. Adam Schwippert

And just for fun (we were to few and too tired to run the glow-cyber or uphill pump):

Introducing the 100 Yard Dash (1 push then pump, flat):

1. Ferdinand 14.626
2. Terry 16.127
3. Rookie 16.523
4. Oliver 17.207
5. Dr. Dan 18.917
6. Dave K 19.264
7. David GW20.858
8. Lindsey 26.993
9. John VH - (this should have taken a prize, or at least a beer!) - 35.050

Thanks to all the racers, skate mentors, crew, sponsors, and fans, that was an amazing weekend of skating!

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Mon Sep 19, 2011 11:16 pm

I'd like to point out all of our low starters on Saturday moved right up to the top of the hill for the GS on Sunday!! Most even started off the ramp! My 11yo Bailey, on Lynn and MB's sound advice and encouragement, crippled her bearings and headed for the top of Summer Street too! After we both got lost in the shuffle and raced the whole day away, when I got home she was absolutely glowing! And her question to me was - "Dad, what can we do to make this board faster?" Next time, kiddo!

I’m a proud dad, and very proud of my crew. Extra thanks to Glenn, Dan, Rick and the others who joined the Sunday Skate regularly, set us up with gear and coaching, and got us to this milestone.
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Tue Sep 20, 2011 2:30 am

GS: All

Final Position Racer No. & Name Best Time

1 Joe McLaren 24.885
2 Martin Reaves 25.538
3 Adam Schwippert 25.831
4 George Pappas 26.269
5 Pascal Jean 26.333
6 Miguel Marco 26.589
7 Richy Carrasco 26.609
8 Seb leger 26.714
9 Paul Price 26.751
10 Ferdinand Lindner 26.925
11 Keith Hollien 27.021
12 Lynn Kramer 27.026
13 Curt DeBartello 27.370
14 Lou Statman 27.383
15 Danilo Percich 27.486
16 Steve Pederson 27.853
17 Glenn Chapman 28.083
18 Tom Wilson 28.223
19 Gabe Duquet 28.845
20 Ryan Readel 28.896
21 Terry Whalen 29.228
22 Chris Pappas 29.690
23 Dave Kirkpatrick 29.935
24 Dan Parrish 30.101
25 Daniel Duquet 30.200
26 Julie Boulanger 30.660
27 Emilie Gascon 30.963
28 Oliver Lehmann  31.120
29 Ron Barbagallo 31.320
30 David Graves-Witherell 32.752
31 Lucas Brett 32.778
32 Josh Howard 33.008
33 Lindsey Warren  33.930
34 Heather Readel  35.144
35 Emil Hristache  36.517
36 Delaney Barrett 39.201
37 Bailey Kirkpatrick  39.727
38 John Van Hazinga - DQ (honorable mention!)
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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Doug Kerr » Tue Sep 20, 2011 3:26 am

I'm uploading more images here.

http://smu.gs/pb6BS9

give it some time there are over 500 from the GS om Sunday

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Tue Sep 20, 2011 9:08 pm

Thanks Doug, nice shots, I hope you see a bit of business from this!
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Post by Doug Kerr » Tue Sep 20, 2011 10:25 pm

none so far. a couple of people were asking about images to use on Facebook etc. so I've added some digital download options. if you hit the buy button you can get a download there.

Enjoy!

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Claude Regnier » Sun Sep 25, 2011 1:21 am

Great job guys. Mb and the boys had a great time.

Thanks for helping out Richie and anyone else!
Many Happy Pumps!

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by T Whalen » Mon Sep 26, 2011 2:05 am

First chance to post since last weekend - had a great time - as always!

Thanks to Dave, Brian and Harry for all your hard work and the Town of Antrim for supporting the event! Thanks also to Glenn, Mig & the Full Bag Crew and Dr. Dan for also helping out.

Is that Chesire TV footage on the air yet locally?

Great to see everybody,
Terry

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Maria Carrasco » Mon Sep 26, 2011 2:56 am

Just put together a quick vid of Joe's record setting run -- check it out here:

Joe McLaren 100 Cone WR Clean 20.687 at Antrim

Congrats Joe -- Axe Army Salutes You !!

Thanks to Dave, Brian, Mig and all the crew for another great event and super fun time! Hope to get some of my pics up soon too.

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Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by David Graves-Witherell » Mon Sep 26, 2011 4:29 pm

Thank you Dave, Brian, Harry, Mig, MB and the town of Antrim for another great race weekend! Looking forward to returning next year already. I may even train between now and then :). Hope to have some new young racers for the kids race with me. Share the fun and pass it on.

Dave Kirkpatrick
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Joined: Sat Jul 12, 2008 9:39 pm
Location: Antrim, NH USA

Re: 2011 Antrim Can/Am International - September 16-17-18

Post by Dave Kirkpatrick » Mon Sep 26, 2011 10:42 pm

Thanks Maria, great clip! I'm very glad you were there shooting. I haven't seen CTV's stuff yet, but that's all Saturday. I shot none of my own this year (thanks to Brian and Oliver for taking my camera for a walk, that was fun to go through after).


Maria Carrasco wrote:Just put together a quick vid of Joe's record setting run -- check it out here:

Joe McLaren 100 Cone WR Clean 20.687 at Antrim

Congrats Joe -- Axe Army Salutes You !!

Thanks to Dave, Brian, Mig and all the crew for another great event and super fun time! Hope to get some of my pics up soon too.
What could POSSIBLY go wrong??

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