Killington Stage Race – 5.26 – 5.28 Now that Memorial Day Weekend has come and gone, it is time for my Annual Killington Stage Race Report. Why do I write one every year you ask? Well, because each race has been completely different from the previous years. This was my 5th time heading to VT for this race, and this was hands down my best performance. I owe this to the fact I not only created goals for the race, but accompanied these goals with a plan (typically in the past
March Farm CX March Farm in Bethlehem CT always puts on a great show. Set on the rolling hills of a farm in western Connecticut the organizers really stepped up the race. This the new course included a warming tent equipped with a fully stocked bar, bonfire. treats from the farm and six inches of fresh snow!!!
Starting just before 11am the snow left the race course barely ridable. As always the start was a mad dash to the first corner. Being the first one to the left turn
I am very happy and relieved to report that I won the Canadian National Championships for my age group, 40-49, for the 2nd time in my career. As a main focus, perhaps the main focus, of my entire season, it is a relief to have all the hard work pay off. Being Canada, in this case Sherbrooke Quebec (just to the East of where Rte 91 meets the Canadian border), conditions were cold and featured a layer of snow in the morning, which combined with the grass of Parc Jacques Carti