Following my departure from Saturday's ride, the gang hit on a couple of short gravel sections that included an I-beam bypass besides a bridge replacement. Doesn't appear that anyone was brave enough to ride the beam rather than walk the beam.
With ultra favorable easterlies, blowing at about 15mph, the New Albany sprint record was again under assault with it being tied at 52 seconds.
Meantime, Paul Stock completed his first triathlon. Congrats.
Down south, the MFC (Mark's Fall Challenge) had a good turnout of 21, including Dirty Dan, Flyin Tuna, Eric the Photographer, Steve O, Engineer Mitch, Rex, Mark V, Michael, Jimmy, Kenda Paul with Kenda Janet joining on Sunday, David Smith, Tri Andrew, the Rossi's, Brent Jenkins, Evie, Mark C, Bruce, Chuck, etc... Sounds like they had a good time with an able SAG support.
Last but not least, a good friend of the blog, Group Killer, finished 6th in the Triathlon World Championship, 75 seconds from the podium. The event, two weeks ago, was attended by some very fit men and ladies from around the world. I was relieved that he finally found the appropriate setting for using that time trial machine. Shannon typed a very entertaining report that you can read here: https://hfpracingnews.wordpress.com/2015/09/18/hfp-man-reports-from-the-itu-triathlon-world-championships/