|She's Fast!!!....||Allen az|
Nov 18, 2001 8:28 AM
|El Tour de Tucson was yesterday. These are the results from the 31 miler. Check out that 1st place average speed...
|re: and she embarrassed the field...||Akirasho|
Nov 18, 2001 8:33 AM
|I think I'm in LUVVVV!!!
I'd suck her wheel all day long...
Remain In Light.
|Former MIss Colorado!||Biff|
Nov 19, 2001 7:32 AM
|In addition to being extremely fast she is very beautiful as well as being a great person! I know because i have ridden with her and her husband.|
Nov 14, 2001 6:35 AM
|Um, I think we can safely assume there was a timing error. Considering that Jeanie Longo won the world championships (on a much shorter course) with an average speed of ~24 mph.|
|re: She's Fast!!!....||dave woof|
Nov 18, 2001 9:22 AM
|there's no way she rode 30 miles at that speed. typo somewhere|
|re: She's Fast!!!....||metty108|
Nov 18, 2001 3:43 PM
|Most definately a mistake, this is a link to her result
in last years race, she did the 75 mile race very sssslllloooowwwwww.
|re: She's Fast!!!....||mick wolfe|
Nov 18, 2001 9:48 AM
|This mornings Tucson paper lists Robin Hardy as the winner of the 31 mile event....time of 1:27:34. By the way, Jeannie Longo( who's name was mentioned by a previous post) was the first female across the finish line in the 111 mile event ......time of 4:26:23.|
|Look who got 14th place||Spikedawg007|
Nov 18, 2001 12:17 PM
|9 year old girl at 20+mph over 31 miles......|
|9 year old girl was on a tandem (nm)||Allen az|
Nov 18, 2001 6:46 PM
|re: She's Fast!!!....||McAndrus|
Nov 18, 2001 12:33 PM
|As a 49 year old I take great comfort that four of the top ten are over 50.|
|Yes, but Jeannie Longo in the 111miler!!.||rollo tommassi|
Nov 18, 2001 3:05 PM
|she's the first woman ranked (and well placed among the men)
why so few women doing the distance?
think that's sort of funny, i've always been told women are better at endurance....
|re: She's Fast!!!....||Berm|
Nov 18, 2001 4:11 PM
|I've got to tell you that the last 31 miles is pretty easy (this is the 31 mile race) Also, hardly anyone does the 31 mile part of the ride. The tough part is Tangerine Rd at mile 25 and Freeman Road at mile 70.|
|Related congratulatory response:||RhodyRider|
Nov 18, 2001 7:32 PM
|In the 111-miler, two guys from my home town that I've ridden with did pretty darn well - #206 Paul DiMartino and #229 Ken Abrams. Just wanted to give a shout out to them!|| |