Monday, September 24, 2007
One thing about scheduling a race in San Diego is that you can always count on nice weather. At least, you usually can. It rained most of Saturday morning, but cleared up about an hour before the start. Sometimes, you just get lucky.
Congratulations to Geoffrey Sheppard & Monica Hoffman for winning Urban Dare San Diego in a time of 2:37:26. James Floyd and Dan Hamman finished their
final dare 2 minutes later to finish in second place.
Third place honors go to team Us. Last year’s winners, Chris Campin & Paul Kim, had to settle for fourth place this year.
Team Rocket Race puts on their own race called Rocket Race. You can find info on it at www.sdrocketrace.com. Their next race is November 10.
Thank you to everyone who participated in Urban Dare San Diego.
2:37:26 - Geoffrey Sheppard & Monica Hoffman - P.T. Pirates
2:39:36 - James Floyd & Dan Hamman – Rocket Race
2:46:15 - David Schmidt & Eric Nelson – Us
2:50:19 – Chris Campin & Paul Kim – SDUDDS II
3:05:17 – Mark Warble & Pete Argyrakis – Gregarious Athletes Yielding Style
Posted by Kevino at 9:40 AM
Thursday, September 06, 2007
Congratulations to Adam Umhoefer and Jay Bridges of Shake and Bake for their first place finish in Saturday’s Urban Dare Los Angeles.
The statue of Raoul Wallenberg and the frieze of Marilyn Monroe proved to be the two toughest checkpoints.
The Terrier-ists received a 5:00 minute bonus for getting a photo of a 6 person pyramid, enabling them to leapfrog Chris Papiernick and Rich Paisley to finish in 5th place.
1:29:55 - Adam Umhoefer & Jay Bridges – Shake and Bake
1:32:56 – Gabe Brakin & Dominic Ferullo
1:38:06 – Richard Ward & Peter Kyriacou – Real Men of Genius
1:43:49 – Rami Soudah & Paul Perales – Team Discotetris
1:47:01 – Myles Nye and John Russell – Terrier-ists
Posted by Kevino at 1:31 PM