|Div. 2 awesomeness|
|Div. 2 podium|
Sunday was one of those days where you wake up and know it's going to be a good day. When I got on the trainer to warm up my legs felt great, there was no pain what so ever when I did a hard effort, it was like everything I had hoped for had come true. My body was rested and ready to race...hard. I cannot thank those spectators and friends who came out at 8 am to cheer myself and my teammates on. This is when I realized that cyclocross is not only just a sport that I love, but a family. Everyone at those races are like a family, you see them every week, you cheer for your family, they cheer for you. We laugh together, scream together, and just have a giggly good time. I can't get enough of the cyclocross environment, whether it is a local Bellingham race, Seattle race, or a nationals event; all the people are wonderful.
My one rant for Sunday's race: WTF is a 38 year old women doing racing a collegiate national event. That's momma style...props to her for going back to school, but really...38 years old? Really? Really? The women who won the D2 race is in fact 38 years old. There should be an age cut off for collegiate racing....
|Div. 2 womens podium 3rd place|
|Div. 2 mens podium. Steve F. 1st, Logan W. 2nd|