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28 Participate in Bicycle Race From Fort to Fort

August 3, 2004 – Twenty-eight bicyclists participated in a race from Fort Christiansvaern to Fort Frederik, hosted by the V I. Cycling Federation, Sunday, Aug. 1. The race, referred to as Anything Goes #2, was approximately 15 miles and started at 6:30 a.m.
The VICF has had an active racing season in 2004. Cycling races on St Croix have included two individual time trials, a two-person time trial and seven road races. The VICF racing season began in January and this race was the last of the season.
Competitors could ride any type of bike using any route, hence the name Anything Goes.
Jamie Keys was first across the line. He finished the race in 38 minutes and forty-six seconds.
The complete results are:
1. Jamie Keys 38:46
2. Gabe Webber 39:00
3. John Riggs 39:00
4. Juancito Gario 40:50
5. Bob Halk 40:50
6. Glenn Massiah 41:33
7. Khalil Jacobs-El 41:33
8. Cumber Greaux 41:33
9. Raymond Brown 41:38
10. Tom Guthrie 41:56
11. John Harper 43:03
12. Danney Fontenelle43:28
13. John Frongillo 44:34
14. José Díaz 44:34
15. Tyler Jowaisas 44:35
16. Dick Isherwood 44:38
17. Ernst Schuster 44:38
18. Chris Dorsey 47:02
19. James Meyers 47:03
20. Hanif Lafond 47:34
21. Sonny Christopher47:51
22. Luke DeFour 48:10
23. Bert Wolff 48:10
24. Mike Hill 50:15
25. Nelson Rojas 50:27
26. Bevern Sage 51:16
27. Thomas Blake 54:42
28. Leslie Farrelly 68:46
If you are interested in knowing more about cycling, please call 773-0079.

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