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Promoters! Get your results in ‘Finish Line”

Hey, local race promoters - after you get done folding up the registrationtable, taking down the sponsors’ banners and picking up all those orangecones, peel the race results off the car window you taped them to and e-mailthem to us here at VeloNews.com. There’s more to bike racing than the Tour, and we’d like to tell our readers about how you’re mixing it up, from Maine to Spokane.Weekend race reports e-mailed by Monday morning to veloresults@maddogmedia.comwill appear on the VeloNews.com Web site later that day as part of ournew Finish Line column. Tell us where and when the race took place

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Hey, local race promoters – after you get done folding up the registrationtable, taking down the sponsors’ banners and picking up all those orangecones, peel the race results off the car window you taped them to and e-mailthem to us here at VeloNews.com. There’s more to bike racing than the Tour, and we’d like to tell our readers about how you’re mixing it up, from Maine to Spokane.Weekend race reports e-mailed by Monday morning to veloresults@maddogmedia.comwill appear on the VeloNews.com Web site later that day as part of ournew Finish Line column. Tell us where and when the race took place – adda quick play-by-play if you’re so inclined – include results as deep asyou like, and include riders’ teams when possible so we can give creditwhere credit is due. (For a how-to primer, clickhere.)Please send us your race reports as attached Word, text or RTF files– no spreadsheets, please – or paste them into the body of your e-mail.We’ll consider JPEG photos, too, if you promise to keep them under 60KB,supply the shooter’s name so we can credit him or her, and include a briefcaption naming names and explaining the action.