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As all riders in CT road opens carry transponders, I guess full results should be available somewhere.
Can someone tell me where to look please?
Depends on who's running it. The Longford - Campbell Town transponder management was a mess... But try http://tas.cycling.org.au/
Still young enough to win the Tour de France
I looked there for Burnie 80 results. Two placegetters shown in B grade, one in E grade.
That is hard to believe.
Depends what grade they signed up for, on Sunday there was a kid who placed 2nd or 3rd in B that was in D grade.....he got bumped into B, he's part of the NTID squad.
Does this mean that B grade had only 2 starters, and E grade 1 starter?
4 in Div 1
10 in Div 2
6 in Div 3
5 in Div 4
2 in Div 5
The kid put himself down in Div 4, obviously much better than that as he placed in B grade! He will now be riding in B.
Check out my race report
Rob, are you saying that the event had only 27 starters in total for 5 grades?
(I'm off to look for your report now)
Race report? Where do I find it Rob? I tried BNA and CT but no luck.
The OP is talking about a different race - Burnie 80 on Saturday- the results from which are 80% incomplete.
The kid's name is Gerald.
FWIW, the guy that got 4th overall on Sunday at the vets race had himself in C grade. Not sandbagging, just overestimating the competition.
I am the OP, and I have been careless, cooking up a dogs breakfast as a result.
Let me clarify.
I saw Burnie 80 results on the Cycling Tasmania site and noted 16 riders shown over 5 grades.
My question is, "Where do I find the results for ALL riders in the Burnie 80?
This has nothing to do with Gerald the kid. Where he entered himself is irrelevant. I'm simply interested in all starters and all finishers, which I presume was all recorded by the transponder system.
I have looked at the CT site again. The only "Gerald" shown is in u17. Are you people plotting together to have me convince myself that I am going nuts?
Yep, that's right. He's 14.
Your guess is as good as mine as to what happens to the Cycling Tas results. Been going on for years.
I take the results posted on the vets site with a grain of salt. Not the first few but the unwashed masses . All I know is that in my only race, there were people that were a few mins back down the road who were shown as being 10 places or so in front of me Not that I could give two hoots where I finish, inaccurate results will upset some that are right into it and I can understand that.
Im with you Jeff, finding results on Tasmanian racing of all ages is frustrating. And I do appreciate the work the vets do and Louise's cycling column on the Cycling Tas site.
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