Monday, September 25, 2006

Fort Lewis College racers are getting A+ after a week of learning.

A higher-level of knowing will make you faster. Want to learn more, then go to a university for a higher-level of knowing the facts. In this case, the Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish. Rick Crawford's Fort Lewis College team has done just that. They set aside a whole week to teach their racers the facts or science of their pedal stroke.

After a week of Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish, starting at 7am and classes stopping at 5pm, the racers who came to their 3 hour lesson "one-on-one," put their lesson to the test. It seems that they have done their homework.

The higher education or "the truth" about their pedal stroke is making a difference as they rule top universties in their conference. Teams like CU. They quickly excelled, as they surprise their friends, coaches, and the world w/ their success.

"We have amazing depth on the men's side," said Crawford. "I could pick three or four complete teams from the talent we have, and all of them would be competitive."
They took the top 5 placements.

On the gals side, just after her fitting, Teal Stetson-Lee of Fort Lewis College races to victory in the short track event Saturday morning on the opening day of the annual Squawker MTB Classic in Durango.

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