Monday, March 17, 2008

SiR 200k Brevet (Sorted) Results

I know, I know, randonneurring is not a competitive sport! So take this time-sorted list of brevet finishers with a grain of salt. =] (official alphabetical list here)

Stats:

Fastest Time: 7 hours 27 minutes (wow!)
Slowest Time: 13 hours 29 minutes (they made it by one minute. nice!)
Average Time: 10 hours 28 minutes

Koenig, Urs 7:27
Luttrell, Ian 7:27
Ragsdale, Chris 7:27
Ohlemeier, Brian 8:04
Hamilton, Ryan 8:10
Hennings, Tim 8:12
Kantner, Kole 8:12
Vande Kamp, Mark 8:12
Martin, Thomas 8:28
Morris, John 8:39
Carter, Ken 9:01
Methner, Wayne 9:01
Newlin, Matthew 9:01
Roberts, David 9:01
Kato, Ken 9:11
Ryan, Jim 9:11
Swarts, Geoff 9:11
Black, Todd 9:15
Pieper, Robin J. 9:15
Andersen, Erik 9:17
Beebe, Ward 9:21
Nguyen, Thai 9:23
Muoneke, Vincent 9:27
Thompson, Corey 9:27
Harper, David 9:28
Jensen, Daniel 9:28
Johnson, David 9:29
Kramer, John 9:29
Lagasca, Robert 9:29
White, Charles 9:29
Boxer, Daniel 9:31
Smith, Donald 9:31
Read, Dave 9:34
Huber, Michael 9:36
Brace, Jack 9:41
Brudvik, Bob 9:44
Cox, Greg 9:44
Dussler, William 9:44
Haight, Rick 9:44
McKay, Peter 9:44
Nussbaum, Carol 9:44
Nussbaum, Ralph 9:44
Thomas, Mark 9:44
Pasciuti, David 9:55
Roberts, Mark 9:55
Morse, Josh 9:58
Rowe, David 10:00
Blacker, Rick 10:01
Stanley, Eamon 10:05
LePage, Bob 10:15
Ringkvist, Victor 10:15
Arscott, Dierdre 10:19
Himschoot, Ron 10:19
Chow, Galvin 10:21
Knowles, Martin 10:21
Perera, Shan 10:21
Beeson, Peter 10:25
Blachon, Domenique 10:25
Burke, Jamie 10:25
Holmstrom, Cindi 10:25
McHale, Mike 10:25
Tilden, Brad 10:25
Ortega, Salvador 10:28
Howes, Noel 10:30
Krishnamoorthy, Narayan 10:30
Sprague, James 10:35
Azzam, Saliha 10:40
Heilinger, Joanne 10:40
Humphreys, Kevin 10:40
Maurice, John Henry 10:40
Gunderson, Adria 10:43
Platzner, Joe 10:46
Leahy, Pat 10:49
Halstead, Tim 10:50
Dalton, Matthew 10:59
Groth, Rick 11:03
Scherlie, Paul 11:04
Teeter, Dan 11:06
Vincent, John 11:15
Garl, Theresa 11:18
Isreal, Tom 11:18
Loomis, Jeff 11:18
Miller, Tom 11:18
Whitney, Paul 11:18
Winczewski, Peg 11:18
Dorr, Joby 11:24
Gay, Christopher 11:24
Higdon, Robert 11:24
Davis, Steve 11:38
Smith, Gene 11:38
Berna, Brian 11:51
Vigoren, Eric 11:51
Williams, Maggie 11:51
Reniche-Smith, Cecil 11:59
Fitzsimmon, Lynne 12:02
Hoffman, Charles 12:18
Beagley, Nat 12:42
Kindred, Dennis 12:45Hors Delai
Mikul, Matt 12:45Hors Delai
Alsup, Bill 12:58
Chang, Jennifer 13:23
Reed, Leslie 13:29
Wright, Duane 13:29
Carson, Jim DNF
Graham, Doug DNF
Jameson, Don DNF
Jensen, James DNF
McElhiney, Scott DNF
Rankin, Peter DNF
Turner, Daniel DNF

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

say it with me, "brevet is not a race". :)

matt said...

yeah, tell that to the folks that finished in 7:27!

Dessa said...

I'm not suprised that Brian was 4th. The guy did PBP last year in a blazing time of 57 or so hours. As he said once, STP in one day? Hmm, it's like Sunday ride for me :-) Yeah.

Did first 3 people rode pretty much in a group?

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matt said...

I'll be happy if I can do the PBP in 90 hours, or even just finish it without dying! Hard to imagine doing it in under 60.

Yeah I'm guessing the top three rode as a group the whole time, and that their paceline started out a lot bigger, but they dropped a lot of people on the climbs.

If I can start the next brevet on time I might try to see how long I could hang on to these riders, if even if only for 10-20 miles I'd be happy.