New Leader in MN Inline Grand Prix After Grand Forks

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Attendance along the Red River was sparse, which jeopardizes future Rollin’ On The River events.   Event coordinators, however, contributed to the problem of future attendance by failing to adequately mark the course.  Multiple top skaters missed a turn and ended up skating extra miles.  It is a skaters duty to know the race course.  In the heat of battle, however, a skater needs to be able to focus only on their race.  Put up signs, cones, streamers, and have demonstrative flag waving volunteers loudly announcing instructions.

Kelin trails Twigs by 862 points.  Kelin will need to stay with the leaders in Duluth to contend for the Grand Prix.  Additionally, Kelin will have to beat Steve Meisinger by 31 points.  If those two finish in the same paceline Steve will win the Grand Prix.  Here are the current Top 25 in the MIGP Standings:

First Last Total Points # of Races
1 Jeff Terwilliger 3813 4
2 Michael Mullery 3640 5
3 Josiah Hendrickson 3634 5
4 Greg Miller 3606 5
5 Herb GAYLE 3352 4
6 Hannah Vanasse 3261 4
7 Roger Olson 3001 4
8 Steve Meisinger 2982 3
9 Kelin Dunfee 2951 3
10 Gary Johnson 2865 3
11 Conrade Thomas 2853 3
12 Elias Hendrickson 2852 3
13 Ken Huss 2720 5
14 John Schulte 2711 3
15 Matt Robinson 2710 3
16 Hernan Diaz 2706 3
17 Jason Mann 2627 3
18 Jeffery Steltz 2515 3
19 Darril Otto 2492 3
20 Tim Pothen 2429 3
21 Charlie Auspos 2421 4
22 Ryan Mullery 2406 3
23 Tavis Trosen 2392 3
24 Tracy White 2342 3
25 David Swan 2256 3

As always, skaters have two weeks from the posting of results to raise issues. Otherwise results are deemed final.