2006 SEISMIC NATIONALS

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2006 SEISMIC NATIONALS

Post by Gary Fluitt » Sat Jun 17, 2006 2:26 am

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<font size=3>Announcing the SEISMIC NATIONALS</b></font></center><br>
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<a href="http://www.geoskate.com"><b> Seismic Skateboards</a></b> has boldly stepped up to sponsor the Nationals for 2006. This year, in addition to doing timing and race management Dan is the Title Sponsor for the biggest race in America. The U.S. Nationals is now the SEISMIC NATIONALS, and I want to thank <a href="mailto:seismicsk8@aol.com">Dan Gesmer </a>for supporting slalom all these years. You all know about the legendary wheels previously branded as 3DM, and the first advanced trucks in slalom skating, but I encourage you to check out the decks Dan is now carrying as well over at <a href="http://www.geoskate.com">geoskate.com</a>.<br>
This promises to be THE race of the season. for more info go to<a href="http://www.skateboardracing.com"> skateboardracing.com</a><br>
I also want to say thanks to all the <a href="http://www.skateboardracing.com">ASSA sponsors </a>who made racing insurance available for this race, as well as Luna, Red Clay, The Farm, Buckeye, Hood, La Costa, Dixie, and Morro Bay. Thanks for your support

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Post by Ted Hall » Sun Jul 09, 2006 3:44 am

This is going to be a fantastic event -- some incredible slalom racing with the best racers in the country. The venues are well well chosen, and you can bet the courses will be challenging. I hope slalom racers come from far & wide to join us in Colorado for what promises to be and incredible weekend of racing. A lot is going into this, and it will be great -- sign up and COME RACE!!!

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Post by Chris Barker » Wed Jul 12, 2006 9:45 pm

Here are some updates on Seismic US Nationals in Longmont, 8/17-8/20:

- Deadline for PayPal is Friday August 4th. No entry fees will be accepted on race day without prior arrangement. Go to the <a href="http://www.ncdsa.com/contest_registrati ... 243">NCDSA Contest Calendar</a> for the individual PayPal links.
- If you don't have your entry fee in by August 4th, you won't receive a schwag bag, welcome packet, or t-shirt.
- Park Slalom was sucessfully moved to Thursday 8/17, 7PM-11PM. The lights at this park are awesome.
- Only a handful of racers have paid for park slalom. If you want this event to happen, please send in your separate $25 entry fee. Prize purse will be from entry fees after event costs are subtracted. If there is not enough riders signed up by Friday August 4th, we will cancel this event.

- Lodging: YOU MUST RESERVE YOUR ROOM by 7/15 (THIS SATURDAY) to be assured the special rate below.
- We have arranged for special rates at <a href="http://www.radisson.com/longmontco">The Longmont Radisson</a>
- Double-Occupancy or Studio with pullout for $79 a night
- "Sleep Number" Beds
- Free shuttle within city limits
- $23 shuttle to/from DIA through <a href="http://www.rideshamrock.com">Shamrock Airport Express</a>
- Call 800-843-8240 and mention US Nationals Slalom Skateboarding
- Ask for sales manager, Debra Brandt, if you have any trouble getting the rate.
- After 7/15, they will no longer hold rooms for this event and won't guarantee the special rate.

- Coordination with the City Of Longmont is almost finalized. We are going before the City Council next Tuesday to ask them to make this a city sponsored event and provide all the traffic control expenses. This will ensure a substantial Pro purse.

- The City is excited about this event. We are selling them on making this an annual event and they are behind that effort.

- Our budget is looking good right now. There should be substantial Pro Prize purse with checks to the top 4 in each event.

- Thanks to all the vendors that have already stepped up and are sponsoring this event.

I think the courses will be epic. You don't want to miss:

1. Dual GS on a very fast hill. About 1300' with big gates. We will try to get every MPH out of this hill possible.
2. Dual Hybrid on a very crowned hill. Course will be mirrored after speed is built to allow full use of the crowned area. Both lanes will sweep down the crown towards the curb, then back up to the crown. You will be going into the sweeper heal-side in one lane and toe-side on the other lane. The finish will be large offset gates. Speed will be very fast. Surface is perfect 10.
3. Dual Tight on a less-crowned hill. Because we will not be able to shutdown this hill prior to racing, there will only be a single TS course for both Pro and Open. Expect 4+ cones-per-second, high-speed, and a need of TS skills. I may mirror a middle section on this course like on the Hybrid to allow for full use of the crowned area.

The COSS crew and the City of Longmont hopes to see you in August... Sign up and pay those entry fees by August 4th.

cbark

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US National for "the italian"

Post by Stefano Bellingeri » Tue Jul 18, 2006 1:50 pm

Dear all,
as already written,
I will be there and I will pay cash directly on site as already decided with the organizers.
I do not have any request as I will be in a hotel in Denver. The only one could be a nice shadowed place to stay for my wife (who is pregnant) during the race: in fact she won't be able to walk around all the days long. A nice chair could be enough.
Anyway, with some of you we'll have the opportunity to meet in Brixlegg.
So, if you have any request or necessity for my participation at the US, please do not hesitate to let me know about.
CU in Brixlegg and than in Longmont
Stefano

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Post by Stefano Bellingeri » Tue Jul 18, 2006 1:51 pm

Dear all,
as already written,
I will be there and I will pay cash directly on site as already decided with the organizers.
I do not have any request as I will be in a hotel in Denver. The only one could be a nice shadowed place to stay for my wife (who is pregnant) during the race: in fact she won't be able to walk around all the days long. A nice chair could be enough.
Anyway, with some of you we'll have the opportunity to meet in Brixlegg.
So, if you have any request or necessity for my participation at the US, please do not hesitate to let me know about.
CU in Brixlegg and than in Longmont
Stefano

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Post by Chris Barker » Tue Jul 18, 2006 5:45 pm

Stefano - As we discussed, you and any other Europeans can just pay on race day. The Friday GS will be in an area without shade. The Sat/Sun events will be on streets with lots of older shade trees and some nice grass. Hill runs North to South so shade will start on East side and then later on West side. I will have a chair for your wife to use. You have my cell so call if you need to.

See you in Longmont...

cbark

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Post by Stefano Bellingeri » Tue Jul 18, 2006 5:47 pm

Thank you very much!
CU There!
Stefano

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Post by Chris Barker » Thu Jul 27, 2006 8:26 pm

Latest News: Seismic US Nationals in Longmont, 8/17-8/20:

- Deadline for early payment is next Friday August 4th. Fees go up $25 after August 4th.
- No entry fees will be accepted on race day without prior arrangement.
- We will be printing t-shirts for those who have paid by August 4th.
- If you don't have your entry fee in by August 4th, you won't receive a schwag bag, welcome packet, or t-shirt.
- Go to the <a href="http://www.ncdsa.com/contest_registrati ... 3">Contest Calendar</a> for the individual PayPal links.
- Park Slalom was sucessfully moved to Thursday 8/17, 7PM-11PM. The lights at this park are awesome.
- Only a handful of racers have paid for park slalom. If you want this event to happen, please send in your separate $25 entry fee. Prize purse will be from entry fees after event costs are subtracted.

- Lodging: Special rates were ensured through 7/15. I don't know if the special rate is still available.
- Contact <a href="http://www.radisson.com/longmontco">The Longmont Radisson</a>
- Double-Occupancy or Studio with pullout for $79 a night
- "Sleep Number" Beds
- Free shuttle within city limits
- $23 shuttle to/from DIA through <a href="http://www.rideshamrock.com">Shamrock Airport Express</a>
- Call 800-843-8240 and mention US Nationals Slalom Skateboarding
- Ask for sales manager, Debra Brandt, if you have any trouble getting the rate.
- After 7/15, they will no longer hold rooms for this event and won't guarantee the special rate.

- Coordination with the City Of Longmont is finalized. Dave Pirnack addressed the City Council and they unanimously approved his request to make our race a city-sponsored event and provide all the traffic control services.

- The City is excited about this event. We are selling them on making this an annual event and they are behind that effort.

- Our budget is looking good right now. There should be substantial Pro Prize purse with checks to the top 4 in each event.

- Thanks to all the vendors that have already stepped up and are sponsoring this event.

Course Setting:

1. Dual GS on a very fast hill. About 1300' with big gates. We will try to get every MPH out of this hill possible.
2. Dual Hybrid on a very crowned hill. Entire course will be mirrored to handle the effect of the crown. Speed will be very fast. Surface is perfect 10.
3. Dual Tight on a less-crowned hill. Because we will not be able to shutdown this hill prior to racing, there will only be a single TS course for both Pro and Open. Don't expect last year's Breck TS, but count on high-speed and a need of TS skills/gear. There will be some epic drag racing.

The COSS crew and the City of Longmont hopes to see you in August... Sign up and pay those entry fees by August 4th.

cbark

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Post by Chris Barker » Thu Aug 03, 2006 7:31 am

Latest News: Seismic US Nationals in Longmont, 8/17-8/20:

- Deadline for early payment is this Friday August 4th. Fees go up $25 after August 4th.
- No entry fees will be accepted on race day without prior arrangement.
- We will be printing t-shirts for those who have paid by August 4th.
- If you don't have your entry fee in by August 4th, you won't receive a schwag bag, welcome packet, or t-shirt.
- Go to the <a href="http://www.ncdsa.com/contest_registrati ... 3">Contest Calendar</a> for the individual PayPal links.

- Park Slalom:
- Thursday 8/17, 7PM-11PM.
- This event is a definite "GO". Field will be limited if necessary.
- The word will be spread to locals in next two weeks.

- Parties:
- There will be a party at a Longmont restaurant on Saturday night. We are working on the details.
- Post-race blowout party will be held Sunday night at a private facility, 2 blocks from race site.
- Beer and Food will be provided.
- Free pool on 9' tables
- If Maria likes her special O'Dells Beer, maybe she will show some video on the big screen TV...

- Lodging: Special rates were ensured through 7/15. I don't know if the special rate is still available.
- Contact <a href="http://www.radisson.com/longmontco">The Longmont Radisson</a>
- Double-Occupancy or Studio with pullout for $79 a night
- "Sleep Number" Beds
- Free shuttle within city limits
- $23 shuttle to/from DIA through <a href="http://www.rideshamrock.com">Shamrock Airport Express</a>
- Call 800-843-8240 and mention US Nationals Slalom Skateboarding
- Ask for sales manager, Debra Brandt, if you have any trouble getting the rate.
- After 7/15, they will no longer hold rooms for this event and won't guarantee the special rate.

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Post by Chris Barker » Thu Aug 03, 2006 7:33 am

Here's who has paid or made special arrangements to pay at the event.

If you think your name should be on this list, email coss@coloradoslalom.org

Kids 12 & Under:
1. Mariah Fluitt

Juniors 13-18:
1. Max McMurray

Open:
1. Steve Lavin
2. Gib Lewis
3. Gerry Huitt
4. Ted Hall
5. Clay Westling
6. Adam Schwippert
7. Brad Kasha
8. Trish Erickson
9. Tim Kienitz
10. George Myler
11. Art Pryde
12. Chris Miller
13. Bob Harper
14. Todd Oles
15. Eric Moore
16. Gary Glasser
17. Marion Karr
18. Marty Green
19. Chris Wireman
20. Marty Schaub
21. Curt DeBartolo


Pro:
1. Phil Plunkett
2. Gary Fluitt
3. Jason Mitchell
4. Chris Barker
5. Lynn Kramer
6. Claude Regnier
7. Greg Fadell
8. Brent Kosick
9. Martin Drayton
10. David Pirnack
11. Richy Carrasco
12. Stefano Bellingeri


Park Slalom:
1. Jason Mitchell
2. Brad Kasha
3. Greg Fadell
4. Chris Barker

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Post by Stefano Bellingeri » Sat Aug 05, 2006 6:58 am

Dear all,
we arrived in US last Tuesday. As soon as we'll in Colorado I will phone you Chris.
CU soon,
Stefano

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Seismic US Nationals Update

Post by Chris Barker » Sun Aug 06, 2006 12:15 am

Latest News: Seismic US Nationals in Longmont, 8/17-8/20:

- Deadline for early payment has come and gone. Fees have gone up $25 for Pro/Open riders.
- Go to the <a href="http://www.ncdsa.com/contest_registrati ... 3">Contest Calendar</a> for the individual PayPal links.
- No entry fees will be accepted on race day without prior arrangement.

Park Slalom:
- Thursday 8/17, 7PM-11PM.
- This event is a definite "GO". Field will be limited if necessary.
- The word will be spread to locals in next two weeks.

Parties:
- There will be a party at a Longmont restaurant on Saturday night. We are working on the details.
- Post-race blowout party will be held Sunday night at a private facility, 2 blocks from race site.
--- Beer and Food will be provided.
--- Free pool on 9' tables
--- If Maria likes her special O'Dells Beer, maybe she will show some video on the big screen TV...

Schedule:
- Looks like we are close to a full 16-Pro bracket and a 32-Open bracket.
- GS Schedule (Friday 8/18)
--- No special junior/kids/women classes. You can run in Open if you have the skills.
--- Pro and Open racers will qualify in different lanes.
--- Pros will each get 2 qualifying runs in one of the lanes.
--- Ams will each get 2 qualifying runs in the other lane.
--- The "cut line" for each division will be 16 racers.
--- Weather permitting, we will run full 16-bracket H2H eliminations.

- HS Schedule (Saturday 8/19)
--- We have the hill from 6AM to 6PM.
--- Kids race will start at 8AM on a beginner course.
--- Pro/Open/Jrs will all run the same course and qualify together by 10AM, earlier if possible.
--- Next, Women and Jr divisions will run together to completion.
--- Weather permitting, intent is to allow everyone in Open to race.
--- First up, Open pigtail elims to reduce to a full 32 bracket
--- Next, run Open Elims to get to an 8 bracket
--- Pro Elims to get to 4 bracket
--- Open Elims to get to a 4 bracket
--- 4PM - Concurrent running of Pro/Open Semis/Consis/Finals

- TS Schedule (Sunday 8/20)
--- We will try to repeat the HS Schedule, adjusting if necessary.
--- Setup may take more time because we cannot get this very busy street in advance.

NOTE: If you are planning on attending and are not on the list below,
please confirm with email to coss@coloradoslalom.org

August 4th Confirmed Field:

Kids 12 & Under:
1. Mariah Fluitt
2. Nathan Favero

Juniors 13-18:
1. Max McMurray
2. Devon Weatherwax
3. Trey Weatherwax
4. Ben Favero
5. Kyle McLaren

Open:
1. Steve Lavin
2. Gib Lewis
3. Gerry Huitt
4. Ted Hall
5. Clay Westling
6. Adam Schwippert
7. Brad Kasha
8. Trish Erickson
9. Tim Kienitz
10. George Myler
11. Art Pryde
12. Chris Miller
13. Bob Harper
14. Todd Oles
15. Eric Moore
16. Gary Glasser
17. Marion Karr
18. Marty Green
19. Chris Wireman
20. Marty Schaub
21. Curt DeBartolo (*)
22. Wesley Tucker
23. Jim Weatherwax
24. Emily Christopher
25. Evan St. Clair
26. Chris Favero
27. Mike McLaren
28. Joe McLaren
29. Jon Seeger (*)
30. Jeff McCullar (*)
31. Jack Smith (*)

Pro:
1. Phil Plunkett
2. Gary Fluitt
3. Jason Mitchell
4. Chris Barker
5. Lynn Kramer
6. Claude Regnier
7. Greg Fadell
8. Brent Kosick
9. Martin Drayton
10. David Pirnack
11. Richy Carrasco
12. Stefano Bellingeri (*)
13. Keith Hollien (*)
14. Jonathan Harms (*)

Park Slalom:
1. Jason Mitchell
2. Brad Kasha
3. Greg Fadell
4. Chris Barker
5. Chris Favero
6. Joe McLaren
7. Kyle McLaren
8. Allan John (*)
9. Jonathan Harms (*)
10. Jon Seeger (*)
11. Jeff McCullar (*)
12. Chris Lynch (*)

(*) = Confirmed, Not Paid

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Results: Park Slalom

Post by Jani Soderhall » Fri Aug 18, 2006 9:34 am

Here are the results from the Seismic Nationals - Park slalom:

1st MITCHELL, Jason (Louisvile, CO)
2nd FADELL, Greg (Detroit, MI)
3rd CHARNOSKI, Glen (Boulder, CO)
4th BRUNELL, Alex (Longmont, CO)
5th PALMER, Robert (Albuquerque, NM)
6th WIDENOR, Ric (Boulder, CO)
7th MCLAREN, Joe (Longmont, CO)
8th RICKER, Ryan (Albuquerque, NM)

Complete qual results (28 participants) and all other details available here:

Park Slalom Quals PDF
Park Slalom Elims PDF

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Post by Daniel Gesmer » Sun Aug 20, 2006 7:41 am

Seismic U.S. National Slalom Skateboard Racing Championships

Giant Slalom - August 18, 2006
Windsor, Colorado, USA


PRO CLASS FINAL RESULTS

1 Jason Mitchell (Louisvile, CO)
2 Greg Fadell (Detroit, MI)
3 Richy Carrasco (Santa Ana, CA)
4 Gary Fluitt (Golden, CO)
5 Jonathan Harms (St. Louis, MO)
6 David Pirnack (Morrison, CO)
7 Brent Kosick (Huntington Beach, CA)
8 Robert Palmer (Albuquerque, NM)
9 Keith Hollien (Gainesville, FL)
10 Chris Barker (Longmont, CO)


OPEN CLASS FINAL RESULTS

1 Ryan Ricker
2 Evan St. Clair
3 Todd Oles
4 Gareth Roe
5 Marty Schaub
6 Gerry Huitt
7 Adam Schwippert
8 Curt DeBartolo


JUNIOR CLASS FINAL RESULTS

1 Max McMurray
2 Kyle McLaren
3 Ben Favero
4 Zac Brenner
5 Nathan Favero


Giant Slalom Pro Quals PDF
Giant Slalom Pro Elims PDF

Giant Slalom Open Quals PDF
Giant Slalom Open Elims PDF

Giant Slalom Junior Quals PDF
Giant Slalom Junior Elims PDF
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Post by Daniel Gesmer » Sun Aug 20, 2006 7:43 am

Seismic U.S. National Slalom Skateboard Racing Championships

Hybrid Slalom - August 19, 2006
Longmont, Colorado, USA


PRO CLASS FINAL RESULTS

1 Chris Barker (Longmont, CO)
2 Jason Mitchell (Louisville, CO)
3 Richy Carrasco (Santa Ana, CA)
4 Claude Regnier (Ottowa, Canada)
5 Gary Fluitt (Golden, CO)
6 Keith Hollien (Gainesville, FL)
7 Jonathan Harms (St. Louis, MO)
8 David Pirnack (Morrison, CO)
9 Brent Kosick (Huntington Beach, CA)
10 Greg Fadell (Detroit, MI)
11 Lynn Kramer (San Diego, CA)
12 Martin Drayton (Park City, UT)
13 Phil Plunkett (Littleton, CO)
14 Joe Lehm (Albuquerque, NM)
15 Stefano Bellingeri (Turin, Italy)


OPEN CLASS FINAL RESULTS

1 Adam Schwippert
2 Curt DeBartolo
3 Todd Oles
4 Joe McLaren
5 Art Pryde
6 Jack Smith
7 Gerry Huitt
8 Marty Schaub
9 Evan St. Clair
10 James West
11 Gareth Roe
12 Jim Weatherwax
13 Clay Westling
14 Kyle McLaren
15 Gib Lewis
16 Ric Widenor


WOMEN'S CLASS FINAL RESULTS

1 Lynn Kramer
2 Trish Erickson
3 Claire Bartlett
4 Isa Ruiz


JUNIOR CLASS FINAL RESULTS

1 Kyle McLaren
2 Trey Weatherwax
3 Devon Weatherwax
4 Max McMurray



Hybrid Slalom Pro Quals PDF
Hybrid Slalom Pro Elims PDF

Hybrid Slalom Open Quals PDF
Hybrid Slalom Open Elims PDF

Hybrid Slalom Women Quals PDF
Hybrid Slalom Women Elims PDF

Hybrid Slalom Junior Quals PDF
Hybrid Slalom Junior Elims PDF
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Post by Daniel Gesmer » Mon Aug 21, 2006 7:19 am

Seismic U.S. National Slalom Skateboard Racing Championships

Tight Slalom - August 20, 2006
Longmont, Colorado, USA


PRO CLASS FINAL RESULTS

1 Richy Carrasco (Santa Ana, CA)
2 David Pirnack (Morrison, CO)
3 Chris Barker (Longmont, CO)
4 Jason Mitchell (Louisville, CO)
5 Keith Hollien (Gainesville, FL)
6 Gary Fluitt (Golden, CO)
7 Jonathan Harms (St. Louis, MO)
8 Brent Kosick (Huntington Beach, CA)
9 Stefano Bellingeri (Turin, Italy)
10 Phil Plunkett (Littleton, CO)
11 Martin Drayton (Park City, UT)
12 Greg Fadell (Detroit, MI)
13 Joe Lehm (Albuquerque, NM)
14 Lynn Kramer (San Diego, CA)


OPEN CLASS FINAL RESULTS

1 Joe McLaren
2 Gerry Huitt
3 Gareth Roe
4 Art Pryde
5 Adam Schwippert
6 James West
7 Curt DeBartolo
8 Marion Karr
9 Evan St. Clair
10 Kyle McLaren
11 Marty Schaub
12 Jack Smith
13 Chris Miller
14 Jim Weatherwax
15 Marty Green
16 Bruce Adams


WOMEN'S CLASS FINAL RESULTS

1 Lynn Kramer
2 Trish Erickson
3 Isa Ruiz
4 Claire Bartlett


JUNIOR CLASS FINAL RESULTS

1 Kyle McLaren
2 Devon Weatherwax
3 Trey Weatherwax
4 Max McMurray
5 Brian Holden
6 Ben Favero
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Post by Donald Campbell » Mon Aug 21, 2006 11:53 am

congratulations to you from the whole team!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
you ruled the tracks on more than one day.you kept the podium occupied on more than one occasion.
so i understand that the axe killed it?
very impressive results for both racers and absolutely fitting their class.

thank you so much for bringing the G.O.G.'s to the podium and also the biggest of thank you's for all your input,trust,and belief.


and thank you also for being such good buddies,we value the friendship.


and...

if you would have scored worse,i would have written the same content!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
you rule!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!

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Post by Chris Barker » Tue Aug 22, 2006 5:33 pm

Thanks to everyone that attended. Now is the time to get some good feedback into the hands of our city officials.

I am sending out a note directly to the skaters asking them for some feedback and giving them links on how they can contact our city officials directly.

If anyone else who attended our event would like to provide some feedback, email me and I will send the info to you.

thanks, cbark

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Congrats & Memories !!

Post by Maria Carrasco » Thu Aug 24, 2006 10:51 pm

CONGRATULATIONS to Jason Mitchell & Richy Carrasco -- tied for First Place Overall Pro National Champions . . . G.O.G. Nation !!

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Huge Thanks to CBark & the entire COSS Crew who worked their butts off before, during & after to make this one of the best events ever!
Thanks Danny G Seismic & the rest of the sponsors.
Congrats CBark for your victory on Saturday -- First Place Hybrid.

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Lynn Kramer -- Killing it as usual -- First Place Women's Division and also hanging tough in the Men's Pro Division!

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Great courses all weekend -- from the head to head GS (Killer!!) to the Hybrid to the Tight -- Epic moments in slalom history!


Great to see everyone charging,
hanging with all our friends at the after parties,
witnessing the city support all weekend (street sweeping truck out to squeegie/dry the course when rain tried to keep us down),
WAX's brew was off the charts (Thank you for the honor of a signature brew) & meeting WAX Sr. was truly a highlight,
McLaren Clan as usual making us feel at home,
Team Mitchell You Rock

and seeing the AXE Army out in force --Nice!!

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Super stoked to see Richy continue the AXE Legacy by winning the Tight Championship on Sunday!
Pirnack was on fire -- excellent watching you & Richy battle to the finish!

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Get well Kenny, Noah, Brad & Tim. Dong we miss you.

Next stop La Costa -- Go Get Em Lynn !!

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