Tour of New Braunfels: Clint Hankla and Terry Garrett

Clint Hankla and Terry Garrett kicked off the cycling race season at Tour of New Braunfels this last weekend. Cat 5 racer, Terry Garrett, accomplished his race goal by finishing with the second pack. Clint, who is currently racing as a Cat 3 cyclist, earned some upgrade points with his 5th place finish in Saturday's very windy crit at Canyon Lake. He followed that up with a great showing Sunday at the San Marcos 60 mile road race with a top 20 finish (in a field of more than 90 racers), coming in 16th!Way to bike guys!
Here are some race-day photos:

Clint and Coach Sarah Gray


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Bill Crews Remission Run 5K

The Bill Crews Remission Run 5K is a great event for great cause. Local resident and athlete, Bill Crews, is in remission from lymphoma. The mission of this run is to raise awareness about lymphoma and other cancers and to promote health and fitness in families. The goal is to help fund research and cure cancers. Several ORR athletes ran in the 5K run and had spectacular races!
finished fourth overall and third in the competitive 25-29 AG with a time of 17:31, or 5:39 min/mile pace! and raced in the 40-44 AG and finished very close together. Lori (who is coming back from breaking her neck, literally!) ran 30:25 and Stacy ran 30:36. That's a PR for Stacy!
finished first place in the 40-44 AG with a time of 19:46, or 6:23 min/mile pace! alsofinished first in the 50-54AG with a time of 22:44, or 7:20 min/mile pace. finished third in the 30-34AG, and finished 2nd in the 70+ women's division!! Corey ran 22:02, and Chris ran a PR 35:26. Way to run everyone!

Corey Oliver, John Laskowski, and Blake Henning
Bradley Pigage
Corey Oliver and Christi Moore, in-costume...well Corey isn't in costume :-)
Chris Gause, 2nd place AG


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Archive for 01 February, 2012

Clint Hankla and Terry Garrett kicked off the cycling race season at Tour of New Braunfels this last weekend. Cat 5 racer, Terry Garrett, accomplished his race goal by finishing with the second pack. Clint, who is currently racing as a Cat 3 cyclist, earned some upgrade points with his 5th place finish in Saturday's very windy crit at Canyon Lake. He followed that up with a great showing Sunday at the San Marcos 60 mile road race with a top 20 finish (in a field of more than 90 racers), coming in 16th!Way to bike guys!
Here are some race-day photos:

Clint and Coach Sarah Gray


The Bill Crews Remission Run 5K is a great event for great cause. Local resident and athlete, Bill Crews, is in remission from lymphoma. The mission of this run is to raise awareness about lymphoma and other cancers and to promote health and fitness in families. The goal is to help fund research and cure cancers. Several ORR athletes ran in the 5K run and had spectacular races!
Bradley Pigage finished fourth overall and third in the competitive 25-29 AG with a time of 17:31, or 5:39 min/mile pace! Lori Culberson and Stacy Baldridge raced in the 40-44 AG and finished very close together. Lori (who is coming back from breaking her neck, literally!) ran 30:25 and Stacy ran 30:36. That's a PR for Stacy!
Curtis Hooper finished first place in the 40-44 AG with a time of 19:46, or 6:23 min/mile pace! Blake Henning alsofinished first in the 50-54AG with a time of 22:44, or 7:20 min/mile pace. Corey Oliver finished third in the 30-34AG, and Chris Gause finished 2nd in the 70+ women's division!! Corey ran 22:02, and Chris ran a PR 35:26. Way to run everyone!

Corey Oliver, John Laskowski, and Blake Henning
Bradley Pigage
Corey Oliver and Christi Moore, in-costume...well Corey isn't in costume :-)
Chris Gause, 2nd place AG