A quick edit of what footage I and RP managed to get this year!
If you weren’t already sure, here’s some proof that SF Sprints racers were hustlin to the finish all day long.
Nikoh 1st run: 18.839 2nd run: -
Paul Ladonnikov 1st run: 15.241 2nd run: 15.855
Michael German 1st run: 17.52 2nd run: 17.644
Eddy Bach 1st run: 18.658 2nd run: 17.87
Brandon Ebba 1st run: 17.695 2nd run: 18.78
Seal Montes 1st run: 17.458 2nd run: 19.419
Rey Sevilla 1st run: 20.38 2nd run: -
Joey Flannery 1st run: 17.431 2nd run: 18.56
Kent Hiroi 1st run: 20.292 2nd run: 17.85
Matt Quann 1st run: 18.82 2nd run: -
Ernie Lopez 1st run: 18.703 2nd run: 16.24
Juan Montoya 1st run: 19.837 2nd run: 17.345
Sean Thach 1st run: 19.061 2nd run: 17.47
Nick Kim 1st run: 18.00 2nd run: 15.908
Nicholas Martinez 1st run: 19.5 2nd run: 21.234
Jabari Jones 1st run: 21.911 2nd run: 19.043
Muhammad Assad 1st run: 21.615 2nd run: 19.951
Gavin Chen 1st run: 18.716 2nd run: 18.52
Peter Gorman 1st run: 16.914 2nd run: 16.913
Jerel Bromley 1st run: 17.838 2nd run: 18.073
Chris Hicks 1st run: 20.446 2nd run: 25.516
Andy Perry 1st run: 18.225 2nd run: 20.249
Matt O’Donnell 1st run: 19.951 2nd run: 20.306
Geoffrey Colburn 1st run: 16.775 2nd run: 18.251
Oscar Gonzalez 1st run: 19.674 2nd run: 20.53
Chris Tiongson 1st run: 18.815 2nd run: 16.714
Collin McCoizmack 1st run: 22.609 2nd run: 18.8
Josh Sarazyn 1st run: 22.662 2nd run: 19.007
Anthony Antonaros 1st run: 20.558 2nd run: -
Jordan Yee 1st run: 16.709 2nd run: 15.455
Adam Beltz 1st run: 19,653 2nd run: 18.152
Tyler Marchesano 1st run: 17.897 2nd run: 16.164
Alex Gonzalez 1st run: 18.211 2nd run: 16.72
Cliff Macfarlane 1st run: 18.406 2nd run: 17.307
Gino Gabuyo 1st run: 19.2 2nd run: 17.425
Ed Dorsey 1st run: 17.142 2nd run: -
Martin Galvan 1st run: 22.235 2nd run: -
Errol Sabinano 1st run: 22.025 2nd run: -
Michael Spillane 1st run: 19.85 2nd run: 17.369
Dan Russell 1st run: 18.879 2nd run: 17.04
Aaron Garcia 1st run: 17.914 2nd run: 17.099
Tim Gross 1st run: 20.357 2nd run: 18.438
Michael Thomas 1st run: 22.987 2nd run: 25.308
Sulaiman Hyatt 1st run: 17.113 2nd run: 17.118
1st place: Jordan Yee
2nd place: Paul Ladonnikov
3rd place: Nick Kim
4th place: Tyler Marchesano
And there you have it! Great job to everyone who posted killer times, and to those who made huge improvements over their first times. Practice makes perfect fellas.
With the best turnout we’ve ever had, this year was a huge success. Big thanks to everyone who came out to race and watch. Our sponsors made an serious pool of prizes to be won by the top racers, and our team made everything move smoothly. For my personal slew of pictures, head over to my flickr set, for another perspective check out Grant Ly’s photoset on facebook. If there’s any other photo dudes out there that got some shots of the race please let me know! A video edit will be uploaded within the next week, as well as a total breakdown of every single persons sprint times, so stay tuned!!
Congratulations to Jason Yee, Paul Ladonnikov, Nick Kim, and Tyler Marchesano for taking the top four places! Looking forward to seeing you all next year!
Congratulations to all the winners in this years facebook contest. Some claim your prizes at the polo fields later today and then pedal your hearts to death to win even more stuff!
It wouldn’t be SF Sprints if Chrome wasn’t involved. And it wouldn’t be the same if there wasn’t a Coveted Jersey up for grabs. The winner will take home this jersey and a mess of other prizes. Thanks to Jason from Chrome for the hookup!
The guys over at Boombotix were not only nice enough to throw one of their new Rex speakers, but are going to be DJing the race with some of their mega sized BoomBot speakers. If you get a chance, head over to the Boombotix website or just go and say hey to them in person at their orffice!