Previously Posted Facebook Coaches Page 8/29/2018 From Josh Kleve Minnesota High School Cycling League Director Austin, MN – Race #1: The course was set, team tents were in place and the volunteers were ready and willing to help. The horn sounded, and the 2018 season was underway. It looked like it was going to be…

Scoring Teams are awarded points after every League race which count toward the teams’ standings at that individual race and for the overall series. Both girls and boys points count toward that team’s overall score. However, teams need not have boys’ and girls’ points to score for a race. Due to the difference in team…

The MN League holds an awards ceremony at the end of the race day for individuals by race category and teams.  The awards podium will be set up near the MN League Trailer. Middle School awards are presented first, followed by high school awards. The awards are based on final race results. Individual race medals…

Race Results Posting and Protest Period

Race Results Preliminary Results:  :Printed Preliminary Results for a race category are posted approximately 30 minutes after a race finish on a stand near the Registration Trailer.  The announcer makes an announcement when the results are posted. The posting of printed results begins a PROTEST PERIOD of 30 minutes.   A coach who has reason…

Did Not Finish (DNF)/ Did Not Start (DNS) The acronyms DNS and DNF are used to identify the status of a registered racer who does not cross the race finish line. DNS or Did Not Start:  If an pre-registered racer does not participate in the race for any reason, a verbal “DNS‘ status notification is needed…