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V.I. Cycling Federation Holds First Race of 2015

David Parris and Scott Fricks before the Season Prologue raceThe Virgin Islands Cycling Federation held its first race of the new year, the Season Prologue, which took place on Saturday morning on the South Shore Road. A small group of local cyclists raced the clock from Junie’s Bar to the former Café Kaleidoscope in an 8-mile pursuit of the fastest time.
Expert category rider Eddie Nolan posted the fastest time of 17 minutes, 33 seconds (17:33), which was 4 seconds faster than the winner last year. Category companion Scott Fricks posted the second fastest time of 19:00. David Parris, a rider in the Elite category, was third overall.
The next race on the schedule is the La Grange Circuit race, which will take place at 7 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 8. For more information about cycling in the V.I., call 332-6282.
Virgin Islands Cycling Federation — Season Prologue (7 miles) – at 7 a.m. on Jan. 24, 2015; Start: Junie’s Bar, Finish: former Café Kaleidoscope
Time /Overall Place
1. David Parris 19:11 / 3
2. Glenn Massiah 19:27 / 4
1. Eddie Nolan 17:33 /1
2. Scott Fricks 19:00 /2
3. Clive Parris 19:43 /5
4. James Meyers 20:57 /6
5. Joey Swanson 21:53 /7
6. Laverne Fredericksen 22:00 /8
7. Mark Kennedy 23:17 /10
8. Yves Abraham 23:58 /12
1. Valentino Gario 22:45 /9
2. Judy Gario 26:29 /13
3. Donna Goetsch 29:30 /15
4. Antonio Lewit 30:15 /16
1. Nelson Rojas 23:41 /11
2. Fred Rollins 29:28 /14
Larry Malanga DNF

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