Contents tagged with Results

  • CXtwiLITE Results February 2020

    After a long cyclo-cross hiatus we had a 'cross event uninterrupted by extreme weather or apocalyptic bushfire smoke, and we returned to the ever-changing John E Brown Park in North Adelaide.  What was a mudfest for us in September was a delightfully changing dusty short course with myriad different corner grips and geometry that took advantage of some of the park's mulchy, grassy and dusty features.  There were some spectacular starts and finishes across all grades with over 100 riders enjoying mild but sunny conditions.  

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  • Zero Friction Time Trial #2

    Weather Observations @ 7:30am

    Temperature: 15.8 (Feels like 14.2), Humidity 69% (Recorded at Kent Town)

    Wind:  13km/h NE, Wind Gusts: 17km/h (Recorded at Outer Harbor)

    Fine, clear conditions

    Race Results here 

    Unfortunately due to a rider crashing on the course yesterday, many people's races were affected.  Thanks to the riders who stopped immediately after the crash and rendered assistance to the riders involved. Some riders were stopped to avoid further riders riding past the crash site, once emergency services vehicles were called and/or were in attendance.  All riders who started yesterday's race behind Rider #29 are therefore shown in the results as 'Not Placed (NP), as are riders who stopped to assist.

    Age adjusted results are being wrangled and will be available at: https://zerofrictioncycling.com.au/zfc-patt/ 

    For the purposes of the Zero Fiction TT Series, the best 3 of 4 rounds (must ride at 3 rounds) will count towards the Zero Friction Cycling series prizes.  Riders who starting yesterday's event but awarded a 'Not Placed' due to the race crash will still have that ride count towards the series, your % race average will be taken on your other rounds completed (eg best two or three as appropriate).

    Thanks to the many people who showed concern to the injured rider, Kat Chung-Orr yesterday and asking after her today.  She did suffer a lower body fracture and we and the Chung-Orr family thank everyone for their kind concern.

    PACC (and SAPOL) reminds all riders it’s the law in South Australia that riders/drivers are required to travel at 25km/h when riding through an emergency service speed zone. 

    The 25km/h Emergency Service Speed Zone applies on an area of road:

    • In the immediate vicinity of an emergency service vehicle that has stopped on the road and is displaying a flashing blue or red light; or
    • Between two sets of flashing blue or red lights that have been placed by an emergency worker at either end of a length of road on which an emergency vehicle has stopped.
    • It does not apply if you are driving on a road that is divided by a median strip and the emergency service speed zone is on the other side of the road beyond the median strip.

    Example 1: Driver slowing to a safe speed (no greater than 25km/h) when passing an emergency services vehicle displaying red and blue flashing lights that is straddling a dividing strip.

      

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  • Results - Zero Friction Time Trial R1 2019-20

    We marked the first day of summer and our first time trial of the series with unseasonably cold, windy and drizzly weather.  Despite the BOM showing expected winds of 39 - 44 km/h and rain of 3mm during the event, it was quite mild and reasonably dry from start to finish. A number of those who had entered chose to stay in bed, but some riders who toughed it out were rewarded with PBs.  

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  • The Battle of Hoth - Seight Sprint Wars July 19

    Loosely known as ‘The Battle of Hoth’, a special one-off Seight Sports Sprint Wars was run by PACC at the Superdrome on Sunday afternoon. With the addition of quite a few top-notch visitors from interstate and some ‘local’ HPU riders, the field was set to commence the attack/defence of Echo Base, leaving Admiral Ozzel dead on the floor of the Executor and Han Solo struggling to get the Millennium Falcon ready for the evacuation…but I digress…

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