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Finish Breakdown

Career 12 months
Wins 0
Top 5% 0
Top 10% 0
Top 25% 0
Top 50% 0
Bottom 50% 0
Off the Front 0
Off the Back 0
Field Sprint Wins 0
Field Sprint Top 5s 0
Field Finishes 0
Bunch Sprint % 12%
Group Sprint Wins 0
Teammate Wins 0
Teammate Top 5s 0
DNF 0
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2007 - 1 races
2008 - 5 races
2009 - 9 races
2010 - 10 races
Race NameCategoryTeam NamePlaceRacersPointsUpg Pts*
Jun 10 Champion Thursday #3 Cat B 16 26 413.81
Jun 17 Champion Thursday #4 Cat B 5 17 367.06 2 Teammate Top 5: Jason Peters
Jul 1 Champion Thursday #6 Cat B 12 19 416.49 Teammate Win: Jason Peters
Jul 10 High Desert Omnium - Time Trial Category 4/5 24 43
Jul 10 High Desert Omnium - Criterium Category 4/5 43 58
Jul 11 High Desert Omnium: Road Race Cat 4/5 30 67 418.23 Teammate Top 5: Ian Bagshaw
Sep 4 Eugene Celebration - McBeth Prologue Category 4/5 Men 5 41
Sep 5 Eugene Celebration - Briggs Hill Category 4/5 Men 18 41
18
Sep 6 Eugene Celebration - Celebration Crit Category 4/5 Men 21 37
21
Teammate Top 5: Ian Bagshaw
Sep 6 Eugene Celebration - Coburg TT Category 4/5 Men 4 39
Points (May 6 2011):
Road Race:
403.9
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Green points are the best five races out of your last ten race days (within 12 months) -- the average of these are your current points.


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