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2-Person 20-km Relay Results

 

by Ralph Frazier

 

April 3, 2013

 

On Wednesday, April 3, 2013, 22 FC Kids/Juniors, and six adults participated in our first Two-Person 20-km Relay Race of the year.  These 28 cyclists were divided into 14 two-person relay teams and two races: 9 junior teams, 5 mixed (one junior and one adult), and 1 adult team.  Each competitor rode ten laps alternating with his/her relay partner on the 1-km course.

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20-km Relay Team Results

New records for all three team divisions were set and several age group record were set.

Lead-off, Andy Lydick, and anchor, David Haney set the fastest all-time Adult Relay Team time, which was also the fastest team time ever, 0:34:15, 21.723 mph.  The previous Adult Relay Team record was held by Beth Wellington and Steve Shore, 0:38:24, 19.406 mph, June 20, 2007.  The previous fastest team (and the previous junior team record) was held by the sister and brother combination of Melissa and David Goodman, 0:37:02, 20.119 mph, June 20, 2007.

For the juniors, the team of Madeleine Haney (lead-off) and Jonathan Cucaz (anchor) set the Junior Relay Record, 0:34:29, 21.576 mph.  In fact, the top five Junior Relay Team times were posted, which rank as the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th all-time fastest team relays!

2nd Junior Team - Zoe Frazier, James Todd: 0:34:44, 21.455 mph

3rd Junior Team - Victoria Haney, Alexander Dijkema: 0:34:59, 21.302 mph

4th Junior Team - David Heath, Fletcher Lydick: 0:35:01, 21.281 mph

5th Junior Team - Davis Branyon, Johnathan Spathelf: 0:35:14, 21.150 mph

 

Also, the brother and sister junior combination, Sam and Jane Tullis, 040:42, 18.310 mph, ranks in the top 20 for Junior Teams.

 

In the mixed team division, Bob Heath, 0:18:18, 20.361 mph, and Parker Haney, 0:17:09, 21.726 mph, set a new record: 0:35:27, 21.021 mph, which is the 7th overall fast team for all-time.   The previous mixed team record was held by Jerry Hartley and Nick Frazier, 0:37:10, 20.050 mph, June 20, 2007.  Parker's time is the 5th fastest Junior all-time.

 

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20-km Relay Individual Results

Andy Lydick's 10-km accumulative split, 0:16:34, 22.491 mph, ranks as the 5th all-time individual time among adult men.  David Haney's 0:17:41, 21.071 mph, ranks 6th.  Hugh Wellington's blistering 0:14:55, 24.979 mph, September 18, 2005, remains at the top of the men's leader board and our all-time record.  See 2-Person 20-km Relay Individual Records>>

Several individual junior age group records were set:

Name

TIME MPH Age Group Record

Zoe Frazier

0:17:14 21.621 18-year-old Girls

Jonathan Cucaz

0:15:34 23.936 18-year-old Boys

Victoria Haney

0:19:21 19.256 17-year-old Girls

Fletcher Lydick

0:16:06 23.143 17-year-old Boys

Parker Haney

0:17:09 21.726 16-year-old Boys

Madeleine Haney

0:18:55 19.697 15-year-old Girls

Alexander Dijkema

0:15:38 23.834 15-year-old Boys

Jonathan Cucaz's time was the second fastest 10-km accumulative time for all-time. Alexander Dijkema's time was the 3rd all-time fastest, Fletcher Lydick had the 5th all-time fastest.

Zoe Frazier's 10-km time ranks as the fastest all-time for women. The adult women's record holder is Guin Sill, 0:17:28, 21.328 mph, on July 6, 2005.  Madeleine Haney's time ranks as 4th all-time for women and Victoria Haney's time ranks as 6th.

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