Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Biathlon is part of Ride SV week

21 compete in Ketchum

    The Wood River Ability Program (WRAP) staged its fundraising biathlon (shooting and biking/running) for able-bodied and disabled athletes on Monday, July 1 as part of the Ride Sun Valley Bike Festival.
    Here are the final results:
    1—Jacob Pearson 12:42 (1st Youth Male Bike). 2—Nathan Hart 13:03 (1st Adult Male Bike). 3—Joel Zellers 13:10 (2nd Adult Make Bike). 4—Brock Castle 13:17 (3rd Adult Male Bike. 5—Rylie Garner 15:04 (1st Youth Female Bike).
    6—Johnny Unser 15:13 (4th Adult Male Bike). 7—Larissa Bauer 15:37 (1st Adult Female Bike). 8—Daniel Riggs 15:50 (2nd Youth Male Bike). 9—Chad Riggs 16:21 (5th Adult Male Bike. 10—River Vorse 16:44 (1st Youth Male Run).
    11—Stacey Galinat 17:15 (2nd Adult Female Bike). 12—Madison Tinker 17:20 (2nd Youth Female Bike). 13—Megan Galinat 18:06 (1st Youth Female Run). 14—Wylie Zellers 18:10 (3rd Youth Male Bike). 15—Chris Brewer 18:31 (6th Adult Male Bike).
    16—Dakota Castle 19:06 (3rd Youth Female Bike). 17—Kim Castellano 19:13 (3rd Adult Female Bike). 18—Andy Castellano 21:39 (7th Adult Male Bike). 19—Shelby Galinat 23:28 (2nd Youth Female Run). 20—Loni Unser 23:45 (3rd Youth Female Run). 21—Brennan Rego 31:48 (1st Adult Male Run).

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