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2011-09-25 6:24 PM
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5 hours of cleanup and 3 hours of sleep in nearly three days is the reason the results aren't posted yet. Please check eztoregister.com Gary may have it up. The course was 12 and 24 so we could use Tuckerton and not go through mieghborhoods. Next year it will be done so we will extend the turnaround to an exact 24.85. Gary thought it was so he put in 24.85. So you did 12 or 24 instead of more. Should make your times faster than it was. Others thought the swim was long. It was not. It was windy, very windy....did you see the giant flag? Lol. Some were barely moving in the water. Anyway I'll see what I can post tonight when I get home. Sorry for the delay hope you all had a great race. Hot and wind make for a great combo. Invade anyone is interested Peter, our overall elite winner is doing great. He came back from the hospital as we were cleaning up. Great guy! Congrats to OULer Grant Glauser for winning the TX3 Triathlon Race Series Championship!!!!!


2011-09-25 6:31 PM
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onurleft - 2011-09-25 6:24 PM 5 hours of cleanup and 3 hours of sleep in nearly three days is the reason the results aren't posted yet. Please check eztoregister.com Gary may have it up. The course was 12 and 24 so we could use Tuckerton and not go through mieghborhoods. Next year it will be done so we will extend the turnaround to an exact 24.85. Gary thought it was so he put in 24.85. So you did 12 or 24 instead of more. Should make your times faster than it was. Others thought the swim was long. It was not. It was windy, very windy....did you see the giant flag? Lol. Some were barely moving in the water. Anyway I'll see what I can post tonight when I get home. Sorry for the delay hope you all had a great race. Hot and wind make for a great combo. Invade anyone is interested Peter, our overall elite winner is doing great. He came back from the hospital as we were cleaning up. Great guy! Congrats to OULer Grant Glauser for winning the TX3 Triathlon Race Series Championship!!!!!

It was a good race Aaron and I understand what a big undertaking it is. 

I just want to see how I fared along the way and for me at the FOBOP of the Oly even preliminary results were not posted at the end of the awards ceremony.  The other thing that my wife noticed is that usually you see a pending status on Ez To Register but that isn't listed today.

I'll try and be patient though. 

 

2011-09-25 7:10 PM
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mmcduff12 - 2011-09-25 5:58 PM Are the results posted anywhere online?

They are now: Oly and Sprint.

I'm not listed though.  I am pretty sure the final sensor didn't go off even though I stepped on it twice.  I don't see any DNF on the results, so I'm guessing that I got counted that way. 

Aaron, I am really looking forward to you doing your own timing next year.

2011-09-25 7:10 PM
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Race results are up.

 

Anyone find my Zoots, Aaron?

2011-09-25 7:53 PM
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Hey Aaron thanks so much a great race and series! I will certainly be back next year!
2011-09-26 7:54 PM
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My results are still not posted. How bout you Randy? I know a couple of others who are not listed as well. It wouldn't be a Houston race if Run Wild didn't dork something up. Really looking forward to the day OUM has their own timing company.


2011-09-26 8:04 PM
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You know I'm not one to make excuses for people but so you all know Gary fell pretty bad out of a golf cart and was hurting all day. He wrapped up his equipment early but still recorded times. The mat and box records the times. For those to be listed he has to download them. So he did get the times but because he packed up early he didn't add them. So he just let me know that he is fixing tonight and they should all be added in by tomorrow morning. Sorry guys.
2011-09-26 8:59 PM
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onurleft - 2011-09-26 8:04 PM You know I'm not one to make excuses for people but so you all know Gary fell pretty bad out of a golf cart and was hurting all day. He wrapped up his equipment early but still recorded times. The mat and box records the times. For those to be listed he has to download them. So he did get the times but because he packed up early he didn't add them. So he just let me know that he is fixing tonight and they should all be added in by tomorrow morning. Sorry guys.

Thanks Aaron, I'm still waiting for my times as well hopefully they are up tommorrow morning.

Now this brings up a new question, are you more likely to be hurt on the swim or on the golf cart on the way to the swim.

Seriously, I'm hope he is ok first, and our results are ok second.

2011-09-26 9:27 PM
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My Garmin said 12.55 on the bike that was from bike mount to coming back in to transition.

Aaron another great race, I had fun Bridgeland was my first this was my second and I'm digging it!

2011-09-26 9:52 PM
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onurleft - 2011-09-26 8:04 PM You know I'm not one to make excuses for people but so you all know Gary fell pretty bad out of a golf cart and was hurting all day. He wrapped up his equipment early but still recorded times. The mat and box records the times. For those to be listed he has to download them. So he did get the times but because he packed up early he didn't add them. So he just let me know that he is fixing tonight and they should all be added in by tomorrow morning. Sorry guys.

Thanks for the update Aaron. I am sorry to hear about Gary and hope he is OK.

I thought we were being pretty patient, I know I wasn't ready to roast you, it's just good to know that it is being worked on/addressed. When you aren't listed you start to wonder if anything was recorded at all. Good to know we should all have numbers soon. If you have not already you might want to post this on the OUM Facebook page since a few of us posted there.

2011-09-26 10:04 PM
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Numbers are up - thanks bunches!


2011-09-27 7:31 AM
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just to add my 2 cents.  That dude fell pretty hard!  Real hard!  I was right there when it happened, i cant believe he did not go to the ER.  I assumed he did, but to find out he stayed that's pretty amazing.  glad to hear he is doing ok.  

Keri, i hope you get your times soon i am looking forward to your race report.  Hopefully i can get mine done this week some time.  

2011-09-27 9:52 AM
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My results showed up as well.  However they took 10 years off my age and shaved 4 minutes off my time.

It is partly my fault as my wife and I were emailing with the same account and I think they had gotten confused.  I corrected the AG last week, and started with my wave, but the timing company must not have gotten the memo.

Since the 30-34 wave was scheduled to start 10 mins after the 40-44 wave I think system assumed I started 4 minutes later than I did, so I'm just adding 4 mins to my swim and overall time.  I mean otherwise I go from back of back of back of pack.... to back of back of pack.

 

2011-09-27 9:55 AM
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Please email Gary about this....  [email protected] We don't want incorrect times out there. You guys deserve better than that. Thanks!
2011-09-28 12:54 PM
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Is there going to be a posting of overall results/rankings for the entire TX3 series ? 

2011-09-29 12:08 PM
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Anyone heard when/where race photos will be ready? Brightroom and raceshots don't have it listed.


2011-09-29 8:50 PM
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Brightroom - pics are up. I like the ones taken on the bike - photographer picked a great spot!
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