Race Director

Some articles on race director, races, race, director:

Slingshot Pass - R
... Race Director A Race Director may be designated for the entire duration of a Championship or Series ... that, during the practices and races for that Championship or Series, the Clerk of the Course and safety operations are under the ultimate authority of the Race Director ... Rainout When a race is delayed or cancelled due to rain, or the threat of rain ...
Paul Reese - Competitor, Race Director
... Paul personally supported the race through its formative years, and he also started the Lake Tahoe 72 Miler (an ultra-marathon around the lake on roads), and the Sunkist 2 day 100km event ...
August 24 - Births
1911 – Lofty England, English engineer and race team manager (d ... – Betty Dodson, American sex educator and author 1930 – Roger McCluskey, American race car driver (d ... author 1952 – Marion Bloem, Dutch author, director, and painter 1952 – Bob Corker, American politician 1952 – John Cowan, American singer and bass ...
Medoc Trail Marathon - Race Director
... The Medoc Trail Races are directed by the Rocky Mount Endurance Club, a non-profit running club founded in 2006 as a marathon training team ...
August 31 - Births
... Prime Minister of Thailand 1948 – Harald Ertl, Austrian race car driver (d ... American screenwriter 1948 – Ken McMullen, English director 1948 – Holger Osieck, German footballer and coach 1948 – Rudolf Schenker, German guitarist and songwriter (Scorpions) 1949 ... laureate 1952 – Herbert Reul, German politician 1953 – Miguel Ángel Guerra, Argentine race car driver 1953 – György Károly, Hungarian author 1953 – Pavel Vinogradov, Russian cosmonaut 1954 – Julie ...

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