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2009 Fourth Round FC Kids/FCP Time Trial


By Ralph Frazier


June 19, 2009


Our fourth round of the 2009 Individual Time Trial Series was held Wednesday evening, June 17, 2009.  Thirty racers participated in the event.  Sixteen new personal records, three tied personal records, and one Junior Age Group Record were set.  


Twenty-two kids/juniors and eight adults competed against the clock on the 1.6-mile circuit at Shannon Way. 


Steve Stanley finished with his personal record and the top average speed at 27.299 mph, which ranks as our tenth all-time fastestGustavo Gonzalez had the best average speed among the Juniors with his personal record of 26.122 mph.   Lisa Hodges turned in the best average speed among the women with her PR of 22.412 mph.


NEW Girls' 11-year-old Age Group Record!

Abigail Aldridge's new personal best, 20.682 mph, set a new Girls' 11-year-old Age Group Record surpassing Zoe Frazier's previous age group record of 20.462 mph set on March 14, 2007.


Others with new Personal Records:



Hanaa Nessim


FC Juniors/Kids

Justin Bashe, Noah Craggan, Jonathan Cucaz, Stephanie Cucaz, Nina Gummadi, Teja Gummadi, Brittney Hartley, Andrew Hodges, Ben Rothschild, Matt Stanley, James Todd


Tied Personal Records:



Jeff Aldridge, Scot Macrae


FC Juniors/Kids

Adi Gummadi



See the complete results >>


Check the FC Kids Three-Mile Individual Time Trial Statistics Page and FCP Three-mile Individual Time Trial Statistics Page.


Thanks to our timers: Keith Todd and Bhushan Mocherla.

Thanks to our escorts: Manny Ramos.

Thanks to our recorder: Asha Gummadi.

Thanks to our traffic marshals: Srin Gummadi and Steve Shore.



AS ALWAYS, Coach Kelli and I encourage all of our Juniors to participate in every 3.2-mile ITT on the schedule.  Although the time trial is excellent practice for racing, more importantly, we use the results to measure each individual's fitness and progress.