Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Athens Twighlight Crit, GA.

The Athens Twighlight is always a super fast, super hot race, with many mini unseen battles in every turn, from the the gun to the end. To keep out out of trouble and make it to the end is good.

In racing you never know what might unfold, so to place someone in the top five is super. As you might know, we can't claim anything but we base much of what we do by the super results we get from the many racers around the world that use our service. And, if we can get a guy or gal up into top five, we feel they have a chance to be in the hunt for a win.

We won the race last year in 2007 with the efforts of A&F racer Mark Hekman. The team is now Inferno Racing and Mark has moved on to a larger team, so any time you get a person into the top 5 is very good!

Jeff Hopkins is a true pro, very smart and can be in the hunt at any race. It sounds like he was there with the help of his hard working teammates!

"To err is human; to blame it on the other guy is even more human" - Bob Boddard

It would be easy to come up with some reason why "this" or "that" occurs in the heat of the battle. These races are mini wars! There are so many battles with the many teams and every move is key if you want a teammate to be in the race.

Pro Men Results

1 Rahsaan Bahati, Rock Racing
2 Sebastian Haedo, Colavita/ Sutter Home
3 Kenneth Hanson, California Giant Berry
4 Keven Lacombe, Kelly Benefit Strategie
5 Jeff Hopkins, Inferno Racing Wobble-naught sEMG/Dartfish

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