Saturday, June 27, 2009
Thank you to everyone who participated in a rather hot Urban Dare Sacramento.
Congratulations to Ken Mejica & Matt Sheehy for finishing in a time of 1:49:57. We now have 14 teams that have qualified for the Super Dare cruise.
Second place went to Roxie Anderson & Barbara Oleachea, and Tracy Morse & Cate Husted took 3rd place honors.
Here are the top 5 finishers of Urban Dare Sacramento:
1:49:57 - Ken Mejica & Matt Sheehy - white rice
1:50:57 - Roxie Anderson & Barbara Oleachea - Boobtrotters
2:00:41 - Tracy Morse & Cate Husted - Smothered Cattery
2:04:31 - Dan DeJager & Bob Lapanja - Skeleton Crew
2:05:16 - Adam Donovan & Amber Bernhard - A&A
Posted by Kevino at 2:46 PM
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Thank you to everyone who participated in Urban Dare Seattle. It was a good way to spend the first day of Summer.
Congratulations to John and Eric Zobel of the Avenging Narwhals for winning Urban Dare Chicago in a time of 1:48:20. They also won last year.
Lynn Williams & Michael Stephens came in second, and third place honors went to Matt Mast & Milena Basile.
Colin, Connie & Zoe Ness - Super Flying Ninja Monkeys were the first family.
Here are the results of Urban Dare Seattle:
1:48:20 - John Zobel & Eric Zobel - Avenging Narwhals
2:17:06 - Lynn Williams & Michael Stephens - The Enginerds
2:27:37 - Matt Mast & Milena Basile - Ah-Man
2:28:04 - Jillian Williamson & Grant Williamson - Williamson
2:35:58 - Trisha Garbrick & Randy Garbrick - Garbrick
Posted by Kevino at 9:21 PM
Sunday, June 14, 2009
Thank you to everyone who participated in Urban Dare Chicago. I always have fun with this race.
Congratulations to Tim Klont and Doug Willaman of the Cocktailers for winning Urban Dare Chicago in a time of 3:02:39. They are looking forward to their Royal Caribbean cruise next February.
Jennifer Ashmore & Denise Vincente of the Scrubs came in second, and third place honors went to Brian Ashmore & Dave Leatherbury of Scratch & Sniff.
Also pictured are the First Family winners David Cross, Ted Geistling, Mark Hart & Chuck McKenna of Irv and Ted's Excellent Adventurers.
We still have one more winner to be determined. Please send your photos for best picture contest to this email address by 6pm Wednesday.
Here are the top 5 finishers of Urban Dare Chicago:
3:02:39 - Tim Klont & Doug Willaman - The Cocktailers
3:20:58 - Jennifer Ashmore & Denise Vincente - The Scrubs
3:21:04 - Brian Ashmore & Dave Leatherbury - Scratch & Sniff
3:23:08 - Deborah Ballis & Ian Greengross - Jake & Samantha
3:29:30 - Tarek Amin & Danish Shahab - Dozilla
Posted by Kevino at 3:18 PM
Monday, June 08, 2009
Urban Dare Chicago begins Saturday, June 13 at at Noon at Kendalls at 2263 N Lincoln Ave. Check-in will begin at 11:00am and we will be taking registration up to the start of the race. Proceeds from the race will go towards the fight against breast cancer.
Our first place teams from the 2009 series win a 3-day Caribbean Cruise, where they will compete in the first ever Super Dare. Racers will compete on the boat, and at our 2 ports of call. It will be 3 days of fun and games on the last weekend of February 2010. Super Dare winners will receive $5,000.
We now have a family division. I've always allowed kids to race with their parents, but never made an official division. Family divisions can be three or four people and must have one person 16 or under.
This year we are relaxing our rule on having to wear Urban Dare shirts. If you have team costumes/uniforms, you may wear those. Otherwise, you must wear the Urban Dare shirts, which you will receive at check-in. We will have a $50 prize for the best costume and for the best picture from the race.
You should bring a cell phone and a digital camera to show your pictures at the end of the race. A cell phone camera will work. Maps are also handy and you should have someone to call to help look up clues. I also recommend a pen or pencil to take notes.
Urban Dare, www.urbandare.com, is the race where smarts can beat speed. Teams of 2 solve clues to find checkpoints where they must take photos or perform dares.
Once you are out of the starting blocks, you will pick up your clue sheets and be on your way. You can call friends as much as you want for help on clues. For the checkpoints that mention a dare, you must check in with the Urban Dare official, accomplish your task, and get your passport stamped before moving on. On checkpoints that mention a photo, you must get a photo with both team members to show you were both there.
This is a team race. You must be together throughout the race. You may walk, run or use public transportation to get to checkpoints.
At checkpoints with dares, you must accomplish a task and get your passport stamped to move on to the next checkpoint. Dares range from throwing a bulls-eye, doing a climbing wall, completing a puzzle or eating something (things people like, not bugs).
We expect the winners will finish the race in about 2 hours and most of you will finish under 4 hours. We are working to provide a fun-filled day for you, while providing some good challenges.
See you at the race.
Posted by Kevino at 12:12 PM
Saturday, June 06, 2009
Thank you to everyone who participated in a rainy Urban Dare Minneapolis. I'm impressed that all the teams showed up in this weather.
Congratulations to Michael and Charlie Simacek for finishing in an impressive time of 1:31:19. They're looking forward to their Caribbean cruise next February.
Krisanne Pederson & Kimberly Handahl came in second. Our third place winners, Mathilde Sullivan Y Ania Urban also won the best costume contest.
Here are the top 5 finishers of Urban Dare Minneapolis:
1:31:19 AM - Michael Simacek & Charlie Simacek - Team Simacek
1:38:19 AM - Krisanne Pederson & Kimberly Handahl - Some Clue
1:51:44 AM - Mathilde Sullivan & Ania Urban - check chicks
1:55:16 AM - Erik Reisetter & David Stillman - Urban Darelicts
1:58:01 AM - Rachel Elvester & Kelly Hobson - Street Sisters
Posted by Kevino at 2:38 PM