BVC-CHAT Re: BVC Time Trial results for 2004/08/11
maddogwillie2002 at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 12 23:22:35 CDT 2004
Your uncorrected finish time was 33:00 minus the starting time of 1:00 yeilding a elasped time of 32:00. If your time was designated as 33:00 in the results email it was not technically a typo but actually a correctly entered misread. I classify a typo as when i mentally intend to input xyz but my fuzzy typing ends up entering yzx. A misread is when I look on the scoring sheet and read the wrong column and then enter that correctly. It can really get confusing when I perform a typo with a misread or even a misread with a typo when i am drowsy at 1AM.
Jean Marie Linhart <jeanmarie at brazoscyclists.org> wrote:
Willie, you said I had a 32:00, not a 33:00 at the TT? From my position
in the ranking list, I think 33:00 was a typo... what do you say?
(Here I went and bought his daughter's $5 discount card too!
I'd have to disagree with 11.5 mph wind being perfect
PR conditions. I discovered I don't like wind in my face
for the first half of the time trial *any* better than I like
it on the second half.
I will get this posted to the web as soon as I know
what my time really should be!
Willie is taking nominations for Time Trial categories.
Layne Westover and I have been duking it out (we are still
neck-in-neck) for the "frequent flyer" or attendance award,
the one category I know of that is hotly contested. I think
Shawn Hokanson has got me this year in the fastest with
a rack category, although I retain my death-lock on
fastest stuffed animals. I am not sure who the fastest rider
without last name "Allen" is this year, but the Dykemator may
have made the category obsolete (and he has not won the
Absent Minded Professor aka Course Cutters Award for this season
either). The bottom line, if you have ideas for what you ought
to win, or, even better, what someone else ought to win, send them
to Willie at maddogwillie2002 at yahoo dot com.
Quoting Willie Allen :
> Time Trial results for Wednesday August 11, 2004 (aka 2004/08/11)
> Conditions: The thunderstorm that kept many riders away blew thru by 5:45. At
> 6:30 the pavement on Hwy 47 was dry, the skies were overcast, temperatures
> cool (75 F). and the winds were out of the west-northwest at 11.5 mph. These
> conditions were near ideal conditions for setting a personal record (PR).
> Several did.
> 07 Jean_Marie Linhart 33:00
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