[Members] December 17 Sprint Race
walter.warwick at gmail.com
Sun Dec 11 16:37:04 EST 2011
I just wanted to mention that masters racers are welocome to race either
the regular men and women's courses or they can opt for masters distances.
For masters men, this will be the women's 7.5km course and for women this
will be the youth women's 4.8 km course (this later options misses the the
emerging masters women's standard...but it's close...).
please let me know if you have any questions or concerns,
On Sat, Dec 10, 2011 at 3:58 PM, Walter Warwick <walter.warwick at gmail.com>wrote:
> Dear CBCers,
> The season is upon us! The continuing steps toward CBC world domination
> have been taken this weekend in West Yellowstone with fine performances by
> CBC members, too numerous to call out individually, in the NorAm # 2 Sprint
> race. Go Team!
> The more local phase of the world domination plan will commence next
> Saturday, December 17 with our first CBC race of the season. We'll be
> racing a Sprint format: 10km for the men (3 x
> 7.5km for the women and youth men (3x
> http://www.coloradobiathlon.org/courses/2.pdf); 4.8km for youth women,
> boys and girls (3 x http://www.coloradobiathlon.org/courses/4.pdf); 2.7km
> for the kids (3 x http://www.coloradobiathlon.org/courses/5.pdf). There
> will be two shooting bouts, Prone and Standing, for all categories except
> kids who will shoot prone both bouts. I have chosen courses both for their
> soul-destroying characteristics and, more importantly, I hope that they've
> been holding snow given our recent dry spell. Depending on how the weather
> plays out over the next week, there is a small chance I'll make adjustments
> to suit the conditions. Stay tuned...
> As Julia mentioned, on-line registration should go live by the end of
> the weekend; We've gotten into the habit of requiring pre-registration for
> adults, but given the short suspense this time around, I'll be happy to
> take day-of registration too (though we'll revert back to
> our pre-registration requirement for future races).
> Unless I hear howls of protest, I'd like to run registration and check
> in (AT THE RANGE) from 9-9:45; zero from 9:45-10:30, and we'll send the
> first racer off at 10:45. We'll be running two waves and the first racer of
> the second wave will start as soon as we're through enough of the first
> wave to manage. I reckon that will put the second wave will start at 11:30,
> plus or minus...
> Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. Looking
> forward to seeing lots and lots of you next weekend.
> Walter, CBC President
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