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Monday, May 18, 2009

ECCC Survey Results Posted.... Women Fill with Glee!

Dear ECCC,

After hours and hours of hard work and careful Facebook stalking the ECCC Road Survey results have been compiled, distilled and posted in all their glory. It is a masterpiece of survey work, the highest standards of journalism, ethical photo choices and Euro style have been employed to create the results.

The ECCC road season was contested through nine weekends and attended by countless millions. The antics, vanity and glory that were contained within this madness have been selected and compiled for your reading and viewing pleasure.

The results would have been posted weeks ago, but the time machine blew up in a freak smelting accident. But fear not, the following pages have all the results you seek.

The results of the Survey are by no means an official document. They do not represent the views of USA cycling, NCCA, ECCC or and other group with capital letters. If you are offended by anything you see or read, please take it in jest, or use some liquid of choice to drown your sorrows.


Joe, Steve and Sully

The Results are found are posted, so keep an eye out for the links at the bottom of each page.

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Saturday, May 09, 2009

ECCC Rocks Nats Road Races!

Hey All,

Quick Nats update, the ECCC basically owned everyone in the Road Races Yesterday.

Emma Bast (Mount Holyoke) Won the Women's Division 2 Road Race
Jamie Driscoll (UVM) Won the Men's Division 1 Road Race
Nick Frey (Princeton) Won the Men's Division 2 Road Race
Anna McLoon (Harvard) 2nd in the Women's Division 1 Road Race
Will Dugan (UVM) 2nd in the Men's Division 1 Road Race.

That's right, the ECCC won 3/4 of the races.


Monday, May 04, 2009

Easterns poll and some hopes...

A new poll for the awesome PSU Easterns is up. Vote away.

As the collegiate road season begins to close, I'd like to thank Joe and all the volunteers for helping the ECCC run as smoothly as possible. I'd also like to wish all our teams going to Nationals the best of luck in all of their events.

While the ECCC season is over, many of us have USAC teams and know that with bike racing there is no off season like other sports. I would like to encourage continued blogging throughout the summer by teams and indiiduals; people get bored at their summer jobs too and need good reading material.

Go Be Somebody.


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