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Brian Stover in full flight during one of the test session at the VELO Sports Center.
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Elaine Kratz from Tuscon, AZ is in the middle of one of her runs.
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Full throttle action by Jon Moen.
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Laura Poplizia is now on track and Elaine Kratz is done for now.
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Sleeveless kits are not common here but triathletes of course need to test what they possibly plan to race in.
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Back into the pits for Dan McGowan after a run and now getting ready for another run with a Fusion top.
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Back in action for Dan McGowan.
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Murphy, TX resident Paul Queneau during one of his runs.
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Rebecca McGee had the lowest cDA of the camp, helped of course by her size and nice position.
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The tallest skinniest camper was Jack Toland.
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Toland coming around, the spectators however were not there for the aero camp.
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Another run for Rebecca McGee
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It wasn't too much of a hike for Dusty Nabor to get to the Velodrome in Carson.
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Coach Brian Stover during one of his runs and he made significant gains with a helmet vchange and in the end ended up with .2006.
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Looking over the numbers of one of the runs.
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And finally Heath Dotson got to play. He dropped a cm in the front, changed helmets and ended up with a different suit to save 40 watts total.
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Here comes coach Brian Stover again.
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Dusty Nabor during one of his many runs.
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In the end it was a 15 watt saving for Karin Langer mostly because of a position change.
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The Pearl Izumi suit worked very well for Heath Dotson, but not for many other folks. Dotson thinks that had to do with fit though.