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  1. Calder Stewart Cycling series second roundRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 12 | Scoop

    Sam Horgan out kicked his breakaway companions to win the second round of the elite race of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series, the Moore Stephens Markhams Classic, in Pleasant Point near Timaru today. Horgan, riding for the Mike Greer Homes racing team, managed to get across to the 8 leaders well into the second lap of the 148 kilometre race to put himself in a position to win, while Justin Stott got away with Matt Talbot after two thirds of the 109 kilometre master races to win with home town girl Jeannie Blakemore claiming the line honours in the women's race.

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  2. Vink keen to test legs in Calder Stewart Cycling seriesRead the original story

    Feb 25, 2015 | Scoop

    Christchurch cyclist Michael Vink is keen to use Sunday's opening round of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series as a tester of his form before he heads to Europe to race. Vink, riding for the Bread of Europe team, is the series defending elite champion, winning the last round in Canterbury's Selwyn District in October to claim the title.

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  3. Smith County team takes 3rd in 4-H competitionRead the original story

    Feb 16, 2015 | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    A four-member Smith County 4-H team won third place in the District 5 Food and Nutrition Extravanganza at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches on Saturday. The Smith County team entered the food challenge category of the regional competition.

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  4. Area students competing in food, nutrition eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2015 | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    Adam McGuire, 14, Nathan Mbariket, 17, Zachary Walker, 18, and Amber McGuire, 17, practice for the District 5 Food and Nutrition Extravaganza at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches on Saturday. The four-member Smith County 4-H team will use a kit of cooking utensils and ingredients laid out before them to make up their own recipe and prepare a dish.

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  5. Tigers sixth at LeRoyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2015 | Bureau County Republican

    Princeton had a good day at the LeRoy Tournament Saturday, Jan. 24, placing seven out of nine wrestlers and taking sixth place as a team out of 14 with 103.5 points. Junior Tyler Wood led the PHS podium parade with a first-place finish at 106 pounds.

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  6. California Enduro Series 2014 Season Recap - The building of a community of ridersRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2014 | Bike Magazine

    Words by Lauren Gregg and Michele Lamelin Photos by Scott McClain/Called to Creation, Bogdan Marian, and Mary DiNapoli Videos by Mitch Nuyens and Sebastian Bauer The 2014 California Enduro Series challenged racers at five venues and on some of the best singletrack the Golden State has to offer. In just its second year, the series proved to be huge success with over 800 athletes participating and three out of the five races selling out.

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  7. Roulston adds spice, supportRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Southland Times

    World Tour professional Hayden Roulston headlines a strong elite men's field in the final round of the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series in Canterbury's Selwyn District tomorrow. Roulston, who rides for a strong Scotty Browns team, is back in Christchurch after an illness-affected northern hemisphere season with the Trek Factory pro team.

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  8. Roulston headlines strong fieldRead the original story

    Oct 1, 2014 | Scoop

    World Tour professional Hayden Roulston headlines a strong elite men's field that features a number of New Zealand's next generation of cycling talent in the final round of the Benchmark Homes Elite Cycling Series in Canterbury's Selwyn District on Saturday. Roulston, who will ride for a strong Scotty Browns team on Saturday, is back in Christchurch after an illness-affected northern hemisphere season racing for his Trek Factory pro team which he rated as solid but not spectacular.

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