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  • The ECCC will incorporate as a non-profit in order to support banking and development of a formal, recognized entity, among other long term goals.
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  • The ECCC will incorporate as a non-profit in order to support banking and development of a formal, recognized entity, among other long term goals. Comments or assistance on this are welcome; contact Joe.
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  • Provided he lands at work or school somewhere in the region, Ian Sullivan (UVM) will be expanding his role as MTB season coordinator to be an assistant conference director, focusing on rider and team development.
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Structure

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Infrastructure

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  • NCCA Board of Trustees (PPT) [Emma Bast, Chairperson of the NCCA Board]]
  • USA Cycling Collegiate Overview (PPT, PPTX) [Jeffrey Hansen, USA Cycling National Collegiate Manager]
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  • NCCA Board of Trustees (PPT)
    • Presented by Emma Bast, Chairperson of the Collegiate Cycling Board of Trustees
  • USA Cycling Collegiate Overview (PPT, PPTX)
    • Presented by Jeffrey Hansen, USA Cycling Collegiate & High School National Manager
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  • NCCA Board of Trustees (PPT)
  • USA Cycling Collegiate Overview (PPT, PPTX)
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  • NCCA Board of Trustees (PPT) [Emma Bast, Chairperson of the NCCA Board]]
  • USA Cycling Collegiate Overview (PPT, PPTX) [Jeffrey Hansen, USA Cycling National Collegiate Manager]
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  • Mar 6/7: Rutgers
  • Mar 13/14: Columbia/Stevens
  • Mar 20/21: Philly
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  • Mar 6/7: Rutgers Frozen Toed Season Opener
  • Mar 13/14: Columbia Grant's Tomb/Stevens
  • Mar 20/21: Philly Phlyer
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  • Apr 10/11: Yale
  • Apr 17/18: Army
  • Apr 24/25: Easterns @ Dartmouth
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  • Apr 10/11: Yale Lux et Velocitas
  • Apr 17/18: Army 27th Annual Spring Classic
  • Apr 24/25: Easterns @ Dartmouth---L'Enfer du Nord
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This schedule has been posted to the calendar, as well as in the scheduling slide (PPT). Flyer should begin appearing on the calendar in early February. All of the race proposals are available here:

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This schedule has been posted to the calendar, as well as in the scheduling slide (PPT). Flyers should begin appearing on the calendar in early February. All of the race proposals are available here:

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This schedule has been posted to the calendar, as well as in the scheduling slide (PPT). Flyer should begin appearing on the calendar in early February. All of the race proposals are available here.

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This schedule has been posted to the calendar, as well as in the scheduling slide (PPT). Flyer should begin appearing on the calendar in early February. All of the race proposals are available here:

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This page links to all of the presentations given and notes recorded at the 2009 ECCC Fall Meeting. The original agenda and pre-meeting materials for the meeting are available here.

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This page links to all of the presentations given and notes recorded at the 2009 ECCC Fall Meeting. The original agenda and pre-meeting materials are available here:

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  • Mass start and gravity race registration fees will be increased to $15. Each promoter will pay a $1/unique rider/day surcharge to the conference at the conclusion of their event, including non-collegiate racers and categories. Note that this is slightly different than the proposed per-start surcharge, but as discussed and accepted at the meeting, works out to roughly equivalent numbers and is more similar in scheme to other surcharges. For the time being this will only be applied to Road and MTB seasons; Track and Cyclocross will be exempt until more collegiate-oriented events and/or seasons are developed.
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  • Mass start and gravity race registration fees will be increased to $15. Each promoter will pay a $1/unique rider/day surcharge to the conference at the conclusion of their event, including non-collegiate racers and categories. Note that this is slightly different than the proposed per-start surcharge, but as discussed and accepted at the meeting, works out to roughly equivalent numbers and is more similar in scheme to other surcharges. For the time being this will only be applied to Road and MTB seasons; Track and Cyclocross will be exempt until more collegiate oriented events and/or seasons are developed.
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  • Mass start and gravity race registration fees will be increased to $15. Each promoter will pay a $1/unique rider/day surcharge to the conference at the conclusion of their event, including non-collegiate racers and categories. For the time being this will be applied only to Road and MTB seasons. Note that this is slightly different than the proposed per-start surcharge, but as discussed and accepted at the meeting, works out to roughly equivalent numbers and is more similar in scheme to other surcharges.
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  • Mass start and gravity race registration fees will be increased to $15. Each promoter will pay a $1/unique rider/day surcharge to the conference at the conclusion of their event, including non-collegiate racers and categories. Note that this is slightly different than the proposed per-start surcharge, but as discussed and accepted at the meeting, works out to roughly equivalent numbers and is more similar in scheme to other surcharges. For the time being this will only be applied to Road and MTB seasons; Track and Cyclocross will be exempt until more collegiate-oriented events and/or seasons are developed.
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  • Mass start and gravity race registration fees will be increased to $15. Each promoter will pay a $1/unique rider/day surcharge to the conference at the conclusion of their event, including non-collegiate racers and categories. Note that this is slightly different than the proposed per-start surcharge, but as discussed and accepted at the meeting, works out to roughly equivalent numbers and is more similar in scheme to other surcharges.
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  • Mass start and gravity race registration fees will be increased to $15. Each promoter will pay a $1/unique rider/day surcharge to the conference at the conclusion of their event, including non-collegiate racers and categories. For the time being this will be applied only to Road and MTB seasons. Note that this is slightly different than the proposed per-start surcharge, but as discussed and accepted at the meeting, works out to roughly equivalent numbers and is more similar in scheme to other surcharges.
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  • The ECCC will incorporate as a non-profit in order to support banking and develop a formal, recognized entity, among other long term goals.
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  • The ECCC will incorporate as a non-profit in order to support banking and development of a formal, recognized entity, among other long term goals.
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  • An "All Season Riders" award will be introduced to track and recognize the woman, man, and team that earn the most points through the academic year, encompassing Track, MTB, Cyclocross, and Road seasons (for 2009--2010 the Track season will not be included).
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  • An "All Season Riders" award will be introduced to track and recognize the woman, man, and team that earn the most points through the academic year, encompassing Track, MTB, Cyclocross, and Road seasons. For 2009--2010 the Track season will not be included.
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  • Women's Intro will be expanded to include non-collegiate women racing on 1-days or first time Cat 4 licenses. This instantly creates 16 high quality, fun, educational racing opportunities throughout the region to attract and engage new women racers and help develop women's cycling outside the ECCC.
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  • Women's Intro will be expanded to include non-collegiate women racing on one-day or first time Cat 4 licenses. This instantly creates 16 high quality, fun, educational racing opportunities throughout the region to attract and engage new women racers and help develop women's cycling outside the ECCC. Such racers will be skipped over entirely in terms of Women's Intro points.
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  • Women's A racers with Cat 1 or 2 licenses may, with the conference director's permission, enter the Men's B or A races for additional training, as well as race the Women's A races for points. They will be skipped over entirely in terms of points in the Men's race results.
  • A Women's C category will be created, and Women's B held combined with the Women's A race. This simultaneously addresses a number of issues, including upgrade bottlenecks for Women's B, too small Women's A fields, and a poor ability distribution across the women's fields. Extensive details and discussion are available in the slides and presentation notes above.
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  • Women's A racers with Cat 1 or 2 licenses may, with the conference director's permission, enter the Men's B or A races for additional training, as well as race the Women's A races for points. Such racers will be skipped over entirely in terms of points in the Men's race results.
  • A Women's C category will be created, and Women's B held combined with the Women's A race. This simultaneously addresses a number of issues, including upgrade bottlenecks for Women's B, too small Women's A fields, and a poor ability distribution across all of the women's fields. Extensive details and discussion are available in the slides and presentation notes above.
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  • Intro Clinics will be added to each event, to be held off-course during the races immediately preceding each Intro Race. Roughly half of each race will still be dedicated to a coached format. The additional clinic time will increase the value of each event for Intro racers, develop them faster, and help keep the Intro races within time bounds by alleviating pressure to lengthen the coached periods.
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  • Intro Clinics will be added to each event, to be held off-course during the races immediately preceding each Intro Race. Roughly half of each Intro Race will still be dedicated to a coached format. The additional clinic time will increase the value of each event for Intro racers, develop them faster, and help keep the Intro Races within time bounds by alleviating pressure to lengthen the coached periods.
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  • An "All Season Riders" award will be introduced to track and recognize the woman, man, and team that earn the most points through the academic year, encompassing Track, MTB, Cyclocross, and Road seasons. Note that for 2009--2010 the Track season will not be included.
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  • An "All Season Riders" award will be introduced to track and recognize the woman, man, and team that earn the most points through the academic year, encompassing Track, MTB, Cyclocross, and Road seasons (for 2009--2010 the Track season will not be included).
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  • Race promoters will place a deposit down toward the proper conduct of their weekend, most notably based around timely delivery of permits and flyers. This should push posting flyers back up toward the preferred timeline of 3--4 weeks before each event.
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  • Race promoters will place a deposit down toward the timely completion of their permits and flyers. This should push flyer posting back up to the preferred timeline of being available 3--4 weeks before each event, better advertising races and improving travel planning.
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  • The ECCC will incorporate as a non-profit in order to support banking and develop a formal, recognized entity, among other goals.
  • Mass start and gravity race fees will be increased to $15. Each promoter will pay a $1/unique rider/day surcharge to the conference at the conclusion of their race. Note that this is technically slightly different than the proposed surcharge, but as discussed and accepted at the meeting, works out very similar.
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  • The ECCC will incorporate as a non-profit in order to support banking and develop a formal, recognized entity, among other long term goals.
  • Mass start and gravity race registration fees will be increased to $15. Each promoter will pay a $1/unique rider/day surcharge to the conference at the conclusion of their event, including non-collegiate racers and categories. Note that this is slightly different than the proposed per-start surcharge, but as discussed and accepted at the meeting, works out to roughly equivalent numbers and is more similar in scheme to other surcharges.
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  • A Women's C category will be created, and Women's B held combined with the Women's A race. This simultaneously addresses a number of issues, including upgrade bottlenecks for Women's B, too small Women's A fields, and a poor ability distribution across the women's fields. The slides and presentation notes include extensive details and discussion.
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  • A Women's C category will be created, and Women's B held combined with the Women's A race. This simultaneously addresses a number of issues, including upgrade bottlenecks for Women's B, too small Women's A fields, and a poor ability distribution across the women's fields. Extensive details and discussion are available in the slides and presentation notes above.
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  • Women's Intro will be expanded to include non-collegiate women racing on 1-days or first time Cat 4 licenses. This instantly creates 16 high quality, fun, educational racing opportunities throughout the region to attract and engage new women racers.
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  • Women's Intro will be expanded to include non-collegiate women racing on 1-days or first time Cat 4 licenses. This instantly creates 16 high quality, fun, educational racing opportunities throughout the region to attract and engage new women racers and help develop women's cycling outside the ECCC.
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  • A Women's C category will be created, and Women's B held combined with the Women's A race. This simultaneously addresses a number of issues, including upgrade bottlenecks for Women's B, too small Women's A fields, and a poor ability distribution across the women's fields. Consult the slides and presentation notes for details and extensive discussion.
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  • A Women's C category will be created, and Women's B held combined with the Women's A race. This simultaneously addresses a number of issues, including upgrade bottlenecks for Women's B, too small Women's A fields, and a poor ability distribution across the women's fields. The slides and presentation notes include extensive details and discussion.
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  • Women's Cycling
    • Women's Intro will be expanded to include non-collegiate women racing on 1-days or first time Cat 4 licenses. This instantly creates 16 high quality, fun, educational racing opportunities throughout the region to attract and engage new women racers.
    • Women's A racers with Cat 1 or 2 licenses may, with the conference director's permission, enter the Men's B or A races for additional training, as well as race the Women's A races for points. They will be skipped over entirely in terms of points in the Men's race results.
    • A Women's C field will be created, and Women's B held combined with the Women's A race. This simultaneously addresses a number of issues, including upgrade bottlenecks for Women's B, too small Women's A fields, and a poor ability distribution across the women's fields. Consult the slides and presentation notes for details and extensive discussion.
  • Structure
    • The ECCC will incorporate as a non-profit in order to support banking and develop a formal, recognized entity, among other goals.
    • Mass start and gravity race fees will be increased to $15. Each promoter will pay a $1/unique rider/day surcharge to the conference at the conclusion of their race. Note that this is technically slightly different than the proposed surcharge, but as discussed and accepted at the meeting, works out very similar.
  • Racing
    • An "All Season Riders" award will be introduced to track and recognize the woman, man, and team that earn the most points through the academic year, encompassing Track, MTB, Cyclocross, and Road seasons. Note that for 2009--2010 the Track season will not be included.
    • More consistent TTT and criterium schedules will be adopted by each weekend.
    • Race promoters will place a deposit down toward the proper conduct of their weekend, most notably based around timely delivery of permits and flyers. This should push posting flyers back up toward the preferred timeline of 3--4 weeks before each event.
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Women's Cycling

  • Women's Intro will be expanded to include non-collegiate women racing on 1-days or first time Cat 4 licenses. This instantly creates 16 high quality, fun, educational racing opportunities throughout the region to attract and engage new women racers.
  • Women's A racers with Cat 1 or 2 licenses may, with the conference director's permission, enter the Men's B or A races for additional training, as well as race the Women's A races for points. They will be skipped over entirely in terms of points in the Men's race results.
  • A Women's C category will be created, and Women's B held combined with the Women's A race. This simultaneously addresses a number of issues, including upgrade bottlenecks for Women's B, too small Women's A fields, and a poor ability distribution across the women's fields. Consult the slides and presentation notes for details and extensive discussion.

Intro Races

  • Intro Clinics will be added to each event, to be held off-course during the races immediately preceding each Intro Race. Roughly half of each race will still be dedicated to a coached format. The additional clinic time will increase the value of each event for Intro racers, develop them faster, and help keep the Intro races within time bounds by alleviating pressure to lengthen the coached periods.
  • A more solidified Intro development curriculum will be created to guide the clinics and coached portions of races.

Racing

  • An "All Season Riders" award will be introduced to track and recognize the woman, man, and team that earn the most points through the academic year, encompassing Track, MTB, Cyclocross, and Road seasons. Note that for 2009--2010 the Track season will not be included.
  • More consistent TTT and criterium schedules will be adopted by each weekend.
  • Race promoters will place a deposit down toward the proper conduct of their weekend, most notably based around timely delivery of permits and flyers. This should push posting flyers back up toward the preferred timeline of 3--4 weeks before each event.
  • Alan Atwood will be leading development of a new race promoter's guide. Anyone interested in helping should contact Alan and Joe.

Structure

  • The ECCC will incorporate as a non-profit in order to support banking and develop a formal, recognized entity, among other goals.
  • Mass start and gravity race fees will be increased to $15. Each promoter will pay a $1/unique rider/day surcharge to the conference at the conclusion of their race. Note that this is technically slightly different than the proposed surcharge, but as discussed and accepted at the meeting, works out very similar.
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All of the proposals outlined in the presentations above have been adopted. More details are in the slides, and in some cases specific language needs to be developed, but in summary:

  • Women's Cycling
    • Women's Intro will be expanded to include non-collegiate women racing on 1-days or first time Cat 4 licenses. This instantly creates 16 high quality, fun, educational racing opportunities throughout the region to attract and engage new women racers.
    • Women's A racers with Cat 1 or 2 licenses may, with the conference director's permission, enter the Men's B or A races for additional training, as well as race the Women's A races for points. They will be skipped over entirely in terms of points in the Men's race results.
    • A Women's C field will be created, and Women's B held combined with the Women's A race. This simultaneously addresses a number of issues, including upgrade bottlenecks for Women's B, too small Women's A fields, and a poor ability distribution across the women's fields. Consult the slides and presentation notes for details and extensive discussion.
  • Structure
    • The ECCC will incorporate as a non-profit in order to support banking and develop a formal, recognized entity, among other goals.
    • Mass start and gravity race fees will be increased to $15. Each promoter will pay a $1/unique rider/day surcharge to the conference at the conclusion of their race. Note that this is technically slightly different than the proposed surcharge, but as discussed and accepted at the meeting, works out very similar.
  • Racing
    • An "All Season Riders" award will be introduced to track and recognize the woman, man, and team that earn the most points through the academic year, encompassing Track, MTB, Cyclocross, and Road seasons. Note that for 2009--2010 the Track season will not be included.
    • More consistent TTT and criterium schedules will be adopted by each weekend.
    • Race promoters will place a deposit down toward the proper conduct of their weekend, most notably based around timely delivery of permits and flyers. This should push posting flyers back up toward the preferred timeline of 3--4 weeks before each event.
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This schedule has been posted to the calendar, as well as in the scheduling slide (PPT). All of the race proposals are available here.

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This schedule has been posted to the calendar, as well as in the scheduling slide (PPT). Flyer should begin appearing on the calendar in early February. All of the race proposals are available here.

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The final 2010 Road Season schedule has been posted to the calendar, as well as in the scheduling slide (PPT). All of the race proposals are available here.

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The final 2010 Road Season schedule was determined as:

  • Mar 6/7: Rutgers
  • Mar 13/14: Columbia/Stevens
  • Mar 20/21: Philly
  • Mar 27/28: Princeton/Stevens
  • Apr 3/4: Bucknell
  • Apr 10/11: Yale
  • Apr 17/18: Army
  • Apr 24/25: Easterns @ Dartmouth
  • May 7--9: USAC Collegiate Nationals @ Madison, WI

This schedule has been posted to the calendar, as well as in the scheduling slide (PPT). All of the race proposals are available here.

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This page links to all of the presentations given and notes recorded at the 2009 ECCC Fall Meeting. The original agenda and pre-meeting materials for the meeting are available here.

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The final 2010 Road Season schedule has been posted to the calendar, as well as in the scheduling slide. (PPT)

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The final 2010 Road Season schedule has been posted to the calendar, as well as in the scheduling slide (PPT). All of the race proposals are available here.

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  • USA Cycling Collegiate Overview (PPT, PPTX)
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  • USA Cycling Collegiate Overview (PPT, PPTX)
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  • Presentation Notes (PDF)
  • Original proposal draft & more notes (PDF)
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  • Original proposal draft & more notes (PPT)
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  • NCCA Board of Trustees (PPT)
  • USA Cycling Collegiate Overview (PPT, PPTX)
  • Women's Cycling (PDF)
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  • 2009 Quick Review (PDF)
  • Trailmap (PDF)
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    • Presentation Notes (PDF)
    • Presentation Notes (PDF)
    • Original proposal draft & more notes (PDF)
    • Expected women's fields (XLS)
  • Race Policies (PDF)
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  • Meeting Notes (PDF)
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  • Raw Meeting Notes (PDF)
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The final 2010 Road Season schedule has been posted to the calendar.

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The final 2010 Road Season schedule has been posted to the calendar, as well as in the scheduling slide. (PPT)

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2009 Fall Meeting Outcomes

Presentations

Notes

  • Meeting Notes (PDF)

Results

Schedule

The final 2010 Road Season schedule has been posted to the calendar.

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