Minnesota Inline Grand Prix Standings After Grand Forks

MIGP Standings After Grand Forks:

Michael Mullery is no longer the leader of the Minnesota Inline Grand Prix.  The title is now held by Kelin Dunfee.  He has skated through fog, rain, a fall, and the competition on his way to the top of the podium.  Rollerblade is sponsoring the MIGP this season and will be providing prizes to winners.  Further, race directors have agreed to contribute two race entries each to be awarded to top finishers in the standings.  A skaters top four events will count towards their totals.  Below is the listing of the current top skaters.  Full rules for the MIGP can be found here. If you see any issues let me know asap.

Ken Huss award candidates have now been narrowed down to Greg Miller and Michael Mullery.  The Ken Huss Award is awarded annually to skaters competing in every MIGP event.

Here is Michael Mullery’s reaction to the announcement he no longer leads the Minnesota Inline Grand Prix:

20180811_090511cropped Andy Uttke, Melissa Dahlmann, Jim Duethmann, Darril Otto, Ovid Westin, John Schulte, Michael Mullery,Thong Nyugen, Matt Melenson, Earl Kendal, Jason Mann, Roger Olson, Greg Miller, Connie Ecklund, Paul Meyering, Dan Collins,

 

MIGP Standings After Grand Forks:

First Last Total Points # of Races
1 Kelin Dunfee 4000 4
2 Steve Meisinger 3911 4
3 Elias Hendrickson 3737 4
4 Josiah Hendrickson 3589 4
5 Darril Otto 3478 4
6 Michael Mullery 3469 5
7 Tommy Peterson 3458 4
8 Greg Miller 3415 5
9 Melissa Dahlmann 3320 4
10 Jeff Steltz 3054 4
11 Gary Davis 2974 4
12 John Schulte 2564 3
13 Jesse Peterson 2543 3
14 Ken Huss 2485 4
15 David Swan 2433 3
16 Ryan Mullery 2419 3
17 Tracy White 2372 3
18 Tim Pothen 2359 3
19 Bob Gerhard 2285 3
20 Matt Melanson 2258 3
21 Paul Foss 2233 3
22 Steffen Howard 1971 2
23 Conrade Thomas 1907 2
24 Adam Johnson 1777 2
25 Jeff Terwilliger 1764 2