Sunday, October 22, 2006

Rick Crawford's Fort Lewis racers have done their homework!

Backed by a sweep of the top-three spots in the men's short track cross country race and the top-two spots in the men's 4-cross competition, Fort Lewis College dominated the Division I ranks as the 2006 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships that opened Friday.

Fort Lewis College's Division I title was a result of several key performances that included 11 visits to the podium.

Rick knows his science. That is why they fly us down to Durango, CO to work w/ each and everyone of the racers. Rick knows we are the real deal and that is why he wants his team using Wobble-naught CAD fit, plus use our "truth telling" Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish. He can count on the results.

Division I short track. Fort Lewis Team is the "Top-of-the-Class" at Angel Fire Resort in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in Northern New Mexico, the 2006 USA Cycling Collegiate MTB National Championships had 290 athletes from 71 schools.

After Hagman captured the short track title Friday and teammates Eric Ransom and Noah Singer placed second and third respectively, Fort Lewis College kept its winning streak alive.

Division I men's short track XC race on Friday, on a selective course at 8,600 feet was enough to cut the 77-university rider field down to a select group of contenders after just a few laps. Midway through the race, Wobble-naught fitted Alex Hagman showed he was the strongest rider, as his teammates Eric Ransom and Noah Singer followed for Fort Lewis ahead of fourth-place finisher Andy Schultz (Montana State University) and fifth-place rider Peter Stetina (Colorado State University).

Fort Lewis has so many good riders you never know which one of them is going to be the winner of any given race. They all have used Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish. Catch them if you can.

Let's see? By Fort Lewis Team obtaning their 3rd straight National title, that makes 12 2006 USA National champs in road,tt,mtb,24 seeing 3 make the National track team. Not to forget our TEAm Lipton gal taking World TT Champion, plus Granny Gear 24 hour series win. I did not list the ones who made the top five, in which is a big deal alone.

Here is one big reason why Alex Hagman is Wobble-naught fast and why he just took both the 2006 XC & Short Track Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships!

Fit Placed On 1/27/2006 9:18:38 AM
Fit Name: Alex Hagman
Gender: M
Fit Type: mtb
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 145 lbs.

Account: WobbleNaught (tom)

trochtofloor = 970mm
rtankle = 70mm
ankleknee = 425mm
baseknee = 98mm
kneetotroch = 470mm
neutral = 250mm

trochtowall = 110mm
crest = 235mm
acrelax = 690mm
acup = 740mm
acdown = 670mm
actoac = 380mm
actoelbow = 375mm
knuckle = 370mm
shoulder = 1060mm

top_tube = 630mm
seat_tube = 555mm
sangle = 73 degrees
crank = 175mm

ltsesamoid = 132mm
rtsesamoid = 132mm
ltcenter = 44mm
rtcenter = 44mm
ltheel = 195mm
rtheel = 195mm

FIT Computations:
Cleat Placement (A) Longitudinal
*** Right Foot: xxxmm
*** Left Foot: xxxmm

Cleat Placement (B) Lateral
*** Right Foot: xxmm
*** Left Foot: xxmm

Saddle Height: xxxmm
Fore/Aft Saddle Position: xxmm w/ correct saddle tilt w/ the sag of shocks

Effective Body Extension: xxxmm

What fitting system do you use?

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