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Finish Breakdown

Career 12 months
Wins 0
Top 5% 0
Top 10% 1
Top 25% 3
Top 50% 3
Bottom 50% 0
DNF 2
DQ 0
Course Performance  ?
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Top Nemeses

NemesesWinsLossesWin%Margin
Craig Hawkes 0 3 0 3
Matthew Mcinnes 0 2 0 2
Craig Deveer 1 1 50 3.5
John Westdal 1 1 50 3
Sebastien Labelle 1 1 50 2
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Top Victims

VictimsWinsLossesWin%Margin
John Fee 2 0 100 2
Martin Charron 2 0 100 3.5
Stephen Daniels 2 0 100 6.5
Ewan Smith 3 0 100 6.7
Carl Desrosiers 2 0 100 7
Rodrigo Diaz 2 0 100 7.5
Daniel Wilmott 2 0 100 9.5
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Regions

NameRaces
New York/Ontario5

Race History csv | json

2010 - 1 races
2012 - 2 races
2013 - 4 races
2014 - 4 races
2015 - 4 races
2017 - 3 races
2018 - 8 races
2019 - 10 races
2021 - 5 races
Race NameCategoryTeam NamePlaceRacersPointsUpg Pts*
Oct 24 Eastern Ontario Cyclocross Series #3 Master B 40-49 Men DNF 28 740.84
Oct 31 Ontario Provincial Cyclo-Cross Championships Master B Men 6 35 318.53
Nov 7 Eastern Ontario Cyclocross Series #4 Master B 40-49 Men DNF 34 701.55
Nov 14 Eastern Ontario Cyclocross Series #5 Master B 40-49 Men 6 28 362.25
Nov 21 Eastern Ontario Cyclocross Series #6 Master B 40-49 Men 3 29 298.43 *
Points (Jan 27 2022): 484.32
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