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NARC Team Rowing Statistics - LUNA-TICS Team

Postby Kona2 » March 14th, 2008, 7:07 pm

Virtual team members participating in the NARC as part of the Luna-Tics team will be able to find the daily statistics for the team at this topic location. Because the team for NARC includes members who are not necessarily part of the year-round team, we will post these numbers separately - and continue to provide the year-round team statistics in the team "room" for the Luna-Tics in the Team section of the Forum Index.

Statistics to be posted for NARC will be:

Total meters rowed by the team for the day
Total meters rowed by the team for the challenge
The Podium (thanks Nathaniel for this): Top 3 distances rowed for the day
Meters contributed by each team member for the day

Stay tuned for the start of the statistics postings on Sunday, March 16th. We currently have 77 team members enrolled in the NARC effort for the Luna-Tics. We are glad to accept new members up until the deadline for doing so (I believe the roster is "locked" as of March 28th, but I will verify.)

Suggestions, thoughts are welcome.

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Postby Kristine Strasburger » March 15th, 2008, 1:50 am

Jan,
Thanks for setting this up. And thanks for all the work you are doing to keep us informed and motivated.

Hoo-ah! To the moon, Team!
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Postby Toothdoc » March 15th, 2008, 9:35 pm

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NARC Day 1

Postby Kona2 » March 16th, 2008, 10:38 am

This will be a work in progress. All the teammates aren't in the boat, even though meters were posted - and, it appears that like the JVC, the numbers for each teammate will be a cumulative total.

So, for yesterday (acknowledging some missing teammates):
Total meters for day 1 NARC = 198,077 m

Darryl 22,192 m
Dan 21,102 m
Jane 16,100 m
Tim 14,714 m
Jack 12,142 m
Mitch 10,383 m
David H 10,025 m
Ed C 10,000 m
Steven 10,000 m
Linda B 7,981 m
Rowin 7,864 m
Tony 7,240 m
Mary 7,238 m
Chris 7,020 m
Michael L 6,500 m
Peter V 6,000 m
Joseph 5,526 m
Barbara 5,050 m
Jan 5,000 m
Clinton 5,000 m
Rae 1,000 m



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Postby PJM » March 16th, 2008, 2:00 pm

Here is an update for anyone who may not be able to see the rankings..
2pm EST Sunday.

1 view Age Without Limits 1,080,224 #:68, avg: 15,885
2 view LUNA-TICS 280,952 #:23, avg: 12,215
3 view TIMBUK2 279,081 #:26, avg: 10,733
4 view Free Spirits 179,785 #:9, avg: 19,976
5 view ANCIENTS ONE 170,488 #:10, avg: 17,048
6 view Saratoga Springs YMCA 170,394 #:7, avg: 24,342
7 view PRAIRIELAND STROKERS 153,016 #:12, avg: 12,751
8 view Team Vilseck Elementary 122,027 #:4, avg: 30,506
9 view VCIRC 87,394 #:9, avg: 9,710
10 view Arizona Outlaws 72,802 #:5, avg: 14,560


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Postby PJM » March 16th, 2008, 4:17 pm

MARCH 16..4:12 EST FYI Total Event Meters
sort by total | sort by avg
1 view Age Without Limits 1,163,378 #:73, avg: 15,936
2 view TIMBUK2 331,261 #:28, avg: 11,830
3 view LUNA-TICS 280,952 #:23, avg: 12,215
4 view Saratoga Springs YMCA 206,437 #:7, avg: 29,491
5 view PRAIRIELAND STROKERS 202,307 #:15, avg: 13,487
6 view Free Spirits 194,911 #:9, avg: 21,656
7 view ANCIENTS ONE 170,488 #:10, avg: 17,048
8 view Team Vilseck Elementary 122,027 #:4, avg: 30,506
9 view VCIRC 103,393 #:9, avg: 11,488
10 view Pikelet IRC

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Postby PJM » March 16th, 2008, 4:29 pm

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Postby Toothdoc » March 16th, 2008, 7:48 pm

PJM wrote:Here is my link..

http://www.concept2.com/sranking03/team ... e_index=35

TRY THIS

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Just checked LUNAA-TICS back in second

Type # members
View:

Name
sort
Standings
{Individual (sorted by team)} {Team}
Gender
Total Event Meters
sort by total | sort by avg
1 view Age Without Limits 1,412,224 #:80, avg: 17,652
2 view LUNA-TICS 383,097 #:27, avg: 14,188
3 view TIMBUK2 373,344 #:28, avg: 13,333
4 view Free Spirits 297,664 #:14, avg: 21,261
5 view PRAIRIELAND STROKERS 222,869 #:16, avg: 13,929
6 view Saratoga Springs YMCA 216,437 #: 8, avg: 27,054
7 view ANCIENTS ONE 186,709 #:10, avg: 18,670
8 view Team Vilseck Elementary 122,027 #:4, avg: 30,506
9 view VCIRC 119,410 #:10, avg: 11,941
10 view Pikelet IRC 96,294 #:3, avg:

Also I have used the NewGrips now for five days. I'll never row without them. Did a short piece yesterday without the NeewGrips and my fngers hurt so bad I had to quit.

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NARC - Day 2 Summary

Postby Kona2 » March 17th, 2008, 10:45 am

At the end of day 2, we were in 2nd place by a few meters!

We've called 30 teammates back from shore leave into the boat: 15 of these are year-round crew and 15 are new to us for the challenge. Welcome all and thank you for your strong rowing! For perspective, on day 1 there were 253 rowers in the challenge. As of day 3 (AM), there are 448. These will by dynamic numbers!

Total meters on the challenge at the post time was 487,266 m

Total meters for day 2 = 268,259 m (I think)


Stellar effort! Row strong!
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NARC Competition: Day 4

Postby Kona2 » March 18th, 2008, 10:49 am

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And the leads change once again! We're somewhere in the top 4 (anywhere from 2 to 4th, depending upon which team has posted last!)

We have 38 crew members in the boat propelling us forward! Looks like 23 from the year-round team, and 15 crew for the virtual race. Used to be that during competitions Dan would be driven to row before work - now he's rowing in the middle of the night too! There are some amazing numbers being posted by the whole team in this challenge!

Day 1 - 253 rowers in challenge
Day 2 - 448
Day 3 - 670 in the boats!
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We're In 2nd Place

Postby Kona2 » March 18th, 2008, 11:13 am

Just checked the total meters for the Luna-Tics as of the end of day 3:

833,058 m - with 38 rowers - and fragilely in 2nd place by a few meters!

Welcome, Lauren, to the Luna-Tics team!

Way to row Luna-Tics!

As of day 4's start, our leaderboard looks like: (if I have omitted anyone, please let me know!)

Gabriella 83,832 m
Dan 78,909 m
Darryl 71,713 m
Jane 60,000 m
Tim 47,991 m
Steven 34,087 m
Jan 32,000 m
Ed 30,000 m
Rowin 28,961 m
David A 27,652 m
Chris 25,048 m
Andrea 23,072 m
Barbara 22,238 m
Mary 21,708 m
David H 21,055 m
Tony 20,804 m
Mitch 20,702 m
Mike C 20,000 m
Lauren S 16,141 m
Gina 13,526 m
Alistair B 12,890 m (are you the same one who owns a Bike Friday?)
Peter H 12,331 m
Jack L 12,142 m
Joseph 11,576 m
Richard 10,000 m
BJ 9,150 m
Angelo 9,120 m
Noelle 8,266 m
Linda 7,981 m
Michael L 6,500 m
Peter V 6,000 m
Keith 5,764 m
Ingrid 5,052 m
Clinton 5,000 m
Steve J 3,700 m
Tina J 3,145 m
Rae 3,000 m
Richelle 2,000 m

Thanks, everyone! Every meter helps! And may the competition itself help you meet your personal goals!
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Re: We're In 2nd Place

Postby alistairB » March 18th, 2008, 9:15 pm

Kona2 wrote:Just checked the total meters for the Luna-Tics as of the end of day 3:

Alistair B 12,890 m (are you the same one who owns a Bike Friday?)



Hello Kona2 and all Luna-tics,

To answer your query, no I don't own any kind of bike, the nearest being an elliptical trainer!

I have been travelling in Cambodia for the last three weeks, so entered the Challenge a few days late. I was aiming for 15000m yesterday, but after three weeks off found it hard to complete and handled down after 11000m.
I hope to recover soon and continue with normal training (Pete Plan modified to three times weekly, and PB attempts on Sundays)

Best wishes to all,

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Re: We're In 2nd Place

Postby Toothdoc » March 18th, 2008, 9:21 pm

alistairB wrote:
Kona2 wrote:Just checked the total meters for the Luna-Tics as of the end of day 3:

Alistair B 12,890 m (are you the same one who owns a Bike Friday?)



Hello Kona2 and all Luna-tics,

To answer your query, no I don't own any kind of bike, the nearest being an elliptical trainer!

I have been travelling in Cambodia for the last three weeks, so entered the Challenge a few days late. I was aiming for 15000m yesterday, but after three weeks off found it hard to complete and handled down after 11000m.
I hope to recover soon and continue with normal training (Pete Plan modified to three times weekly, and PB attempts on Sundays)

Best wishes to all,

Alistair, in Penang, Malaysia


Welcome aboard Alistair,

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And Day 5 Dawns....2008 NARC

Postby Kona2 » March 19th, 2008, 11:15 am

Wow! Luna-Tics you are definitely feeling the pull of the moon! At the beginning of day 5 of the 2008 NARC, Luna-Tics are in second place overall with a team total meter count of 1,121,558 m. We have 43 crew in the boat and are checking on signal beacons for a few others that we thought were in the boat!

Dan has cracked the 100K barrier for the Luna-Tics!

Great rowing by all!
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Day 6: Still A Close Race

Postby Kona2 » March 20th, 2008, 10:34 am

Great rowing Luna-Tics!

Wow! We've onboarded a few more crew, and are maintaining a fast pace!

Total NARC challenge meters = 1,507,808 m as of this morning
Total crew = 47

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Here are the amazing meters thus far:

Gabriella 120,887 m
Dan 120,287 m
Darryl 118,144 m
Jane 100,216 m
Tim 87,222 m
Barbara 64,141 m
Chris 62,500 m
Jan 55,000 m
Mike 50,540 m
Ed 50,000 m
David A 46,471 m
Rowin 45,368 m
Mitch 41,397 m
Steven 41,117 m
Andrea 39,479 m
Lauren 38,205 m
Tony 36,522 m
Noelle 34,444 m
Rodrigo 30,655 m
Mary 28,949 m
David H 27,081 m
Peter H 25,215 m
Alistair 24,629 m
Jack 20,171 m
Gina 20,026 m
Joseph 17,669 m
Orion 16,023 m
Richard 15,000 m
Karyn 13,902 m
Michael 13,500 m
Keith 12,173 m
Nils 10,000 m
BJ 9,150 m
Angelo 9,122 m
Tamara 8,000 m
Linda B 7,981 m
Peter V 6,000 m
Will 5,204 m
Ingrid 5,052 m
Kristine B 5,021 m
Clinton 5,000 m
Richelle 4,000 m
Rae 4,000 m
Steve 3,700 m
Tina 3,145 m
Helen 3,000 m
Debbie 2,500 m
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