Sunday, April 29, 2007

Domination in the South! Mark Hekman (A&F) wins Athens Twilight Crit & Nat Ross wins 12-hr mtb, Rebecca Rush 2nd 12h mtb in Tenn.

April 29 , 2007

Our racers dominated in the southeast with perhaps the largest crit in the US and a hard charging 12-hr mtb race at Dirt,Sweat,Gears! Think of racing from the gun for 12 hours, you better have it right! In the last hour, Nat Ross had over 10 min. lead.

As for Mark's win in ATHENS TWILIGHT, it's huge and I think the purse was somthing like $10,000 for first place! The best of the best go for that type of money! He even put a lap on the field!

Dolly Parton - "If you want to be a rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain".

In sporting competition you will always have those who contest the success of others! It's a high-profile position, and draws a lot of attention! Take NASCAR and Hendrick Motorsports, for example, who have been dominating with wins in many of the last races! Jeff Gordon #24 just won, and tying a legend, Dale Earnhardt #3 with his 76th career win. The results had debris tossed on Gordon's car on his victory lap!

Racing success triggers very strong reactions! There are those who say our fits are bad, that what we do doesn't make a difference. Why then, can an Elite team like A&F, using Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish, mix it up with the pros who ride for a living everyday, at the biggest crit in perhaps the world?

In sports you had better get used to the rain, because people will attempt to rain on your efforts! We place our necks on the chopping blocks every week for the whole world to see what does and doesn't work! Don't let people rain on your dreams! Never stop exploring your game! One thing is for sure, we don't let a little rain stop us from helping people reach their rainbows, or in Mark's case, the podium!

Mark Hekman and his A&F USA Crit Series team (Jim Baldesare, Frankie Dierking,
Rich Harper, Neil Coleman, and Marco Aledia) show the pros who we really are.

Mark lapped the field for the second consecutive NRC race in a row, and
takes his lesson learned to the first step on the podium. "I am so excited,
this is so huge!" says Hekman to team boss, Chad Thompson, right after the

"This is the biggest, fastest and most publicized criterium in the US, if
not the world. With the highest spectator attendance and a huge field, this
marks the biggest victory ever for both Mark and our program!" states GM,
Thompson. "Mark deserves this more than anyone we know, and the team that
raced so hard for him deserves it too."

Solo results are like this for the men....
1. Nat Ross Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish
2. Josh Tostado
3. Tinker
4. Rob Lichtenwalner (Ergon user)
5. Sloane Anderson (Ergon user)
6. Ernesto (Ergon user) Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish

Solo results for the women...
1. Pua (Ergon user)
2. Rebecca Rusch Wobble-naught & Myo-facts sEMG/Dartfish
3. Carey Lowery (Ergon User)

What's in your game?

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