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Mizzou Collegiate Slalom Race pictures

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by DNA, Sep 12, 2005.

  1. DNA

    DNA The human raccoon

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    IAB said the Lounge needed more photo threads (here) so here goes. The University that I work at (and went to school at) just hosted a race. I gotta say that a collegiate race is a whole lot more fun than a normal race. Everybody really seems to be there just to have fun. Anyway, pics from the slalom course...

    The first double on the course


    Manualling the rollers


    The double at the end of the course


    The second set of berms


    Another from the second double


    Side-by-side


    More from the second double


    I sure shot a lot pics from this spot


    The gate crew (separated shoulder from this course and a broken wrist from Purdue's slalom course)
     

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  2. splat

    splat Nam I am

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    Cool Pics.!! this exactly what the lounge need more Riding pics and Pics of with women who ride ( and yes it counts if they are sidelinded because of injury ! )
     
  3. I Are Baboon

    I Are Baboon Run, Forrest, Run!

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    Excellent. More monkeys should follow your example.

    Cool pics. :) The couse looks pretty flat. I would imagine one's legs would get extremely tired on that course.
     
  4. DNA

    DNA The human raccoon

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    Nah, that is just the crappy angles of my pics. It switchs back 3 times across the hill at something of a slight downgrade, before it drops straight down the hill into a stepdown and the second double. If you are standing at the foot of the landing on that second jump, you can't see much over the lip of the takeoff.