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Mercer Island residents fill up NW Senior Games cycling race

A cyclist heads down the road during the 2010 Northwest Senior Games Mercer Island time trial race last Sunday. Visit <a href=FJU Photography for more pictures of the race. - Fredric J. Ueckert' title='A cyclist heads down the road during the 2010 Northwest Senior Games Mercer Island time trial race last Sunday. Visit FJU Photography for more pictures of the race.' border='0' />
A cyclist heads down the road during the 2010 Northwest Senior Games Mercer Island time trial race last Sunday. Visit FJU Photography for more pictures of the race.
— image credit: Fredric J. Ueckert

The first ever Mercer Island cycling race was run as part of the 2010 Northwest Senior Games.

The event featured 80 racers in a time trial race, starting at the Mercer Island Boys & Girls Club and ending at the Mercerwood Shore Club on the opposite side of the Island.

The course record was set by Tom Potter, with a time of 21:45.8. Twenty five Mercer Island residents took part in the event.

Here are results for Islanders in local races:

Males 40-44

3. Michael Gile 23:10.2

5. Dodi Nov 23:57.9

Males 45-49

3. John Meehan 22:37.7

6. Pat McCarthy 24:44.4

7. Mike McGuffin 25:23.9

10. Andy Majewski 27.30.2

12. Graham Nichol 29:42.3

Males 50-54

7. Joe Kilkelly 25:57.6

9. Mark Clausen 26:07.7

11. Bob Seidel 27:12.4

13. Jeff Koontz 28:24.7

Males 55-59

3. Richard Daifuku 23:49.6

4. Craig Hammond 24:13.1

11. Michael Grady 27:29.5

13. Timothy Steege 28:31.9

16. Riley Atkins 35:41.8

Males 60-64

5. Harry Grant 28:23.4

N/A. Joseph Schocken 34:21.3

Males 65-69

2. David Friedt 27:38.2

3. Marvin Negrin 28:25

4. Mel Coleman 29:56.4

Males 70-74

1. John Hardtla 29:59.8

Women 45-49

3. Tammy Meehan 26:48.4

4. Lori Hanson 28.38.5

Women 50-54

2. Kristin Jamerson 30:28.5

Women 55-59

1. Maureen Atkins 29:45.4

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