Durango World Cup Skiers – Friday November 9th, 5:30pm – 7:30pm: Come support Durango’s World Cup skiers Tad Elliott, Lanny Barnes, and Tracy Barnes during their preseason rally and fundraising event. The event will be held at the Underground Room, Irish Embassy Pub. Durango Home Town Skiers will kick off with a silent auction with complimentary cocktails and hors d’oeuvres followed by a short presentation by the three World Cup Skiers.
Good Luck Collin on your ride to raise money for Alzheimer’s
“Growing up in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado got me into adventure as far as traveling around the world and trips of all sorts around the states. I am always up for a good adventure and I am looking forward to the new one I am about to embark on. Thanks for the support and look forward to giving you a great trip and don’t forget to follow me at www.coloradoalzride.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/coloradoalzheimersride.”
They just won their 5th consecutive mountain bike National Championships. There sure was a lot of Devo Alumni down in Angel Fire. Sorry no picture of Alumni Joe Schneider. He did great competing in all 4 events. Heres the full results.
Photos by Devo Team Manager Chad Cheeney
Wednesday here at Devo means Alicia Rose Pastore is racing the junior womens World Championship cross country race in Switzerland. It will prove to be the greatest of challenged to date as the home country is known for their amazing junior talent. We will wish her the best of times and are sure she will end up smiling roses. Then on Thursday, its Howard Grotts’s turn to light up the worlds best juniors as he takes his game to the junior mens World Championship cross country event. Howard is a tagged man in his first year taking on the top juniors. His World Cup win put him on the globe, and now he’s across the sea to see what he can see. Best wishes to Howard as he puts his hard work and good times to the test. Then there is Ryder Okomura who will taking his second trip to worlds in the World Championship Trials event. Ryder coaches the Junior Devo summer camps at DMR and Jr Devo in the spring and fall. Kids are hopping all over the place because of him. Best of luck from all of us!
While the Durango Devo squad was in Telluride taking 12 Colorado State Titles in Cross Country and Super D, Devo alumni Howard Grotts and Alicia ROse Pastore of the RMCF/Devo Sweet Elite team were in New York taking names against the world in the junior World Cup Cross Country. Dang Devo!
here is the USA Cycling story of this sweet Devo weekend
Kaila Hart is racing as a professional for 2011! She spent two years with the Devo squad before heading to the Get Out team, and now is on the local No Tubes Development Team. Congrats and good luck!
The Fort Lewis College Cycling team has announced today its 2011 national championships team to compete in Truckee, California in 2 weeks. Durango Devo athlete Taylor Borucki, past Devo U19er Kaila Hart and Devo Coaches Annie Cheeney and Lucas Lemaire all made the 15 person squad. Fort Lewis College is currently ranked the number 1 cycling college after coming off a 3rd place team finish at Track Nationals last month. Men; Rotem Ishay, Jack Hinkens, Colton Andersen, Trevor Downing, Nate Byrom, Sam Stevens, Taylor Borucki, Lucas LeMaire. Women; Sage Wilderman, Kaila Hart, Lauren Catlin, Sarah Sturm, Nathalie Krantz, Anne Cheeney, Chantel Coleman.