-

The Jesuit Dallas student voice and newspaper since 1942 - Learn more about us

-
The cyclists fly past expansive fields of assorted crops that dot the unfamiliar landscape surrounding them. A whipping wind directly strikes their faces, forcing not only the competing bikers but also the surrounding trees to lean at an unnatural angle. Atop their swift steeds, the competitors crank their pedals, causing the worn wheels to roll over the alien asphalt quicker...
In most sports, one team usually gets the home court advantage. The stands are packed and the field is familiar; the air is always electric at home games, with loud cheers and chants from the crowd, encouraging their team to fight for victory. However, cycling usually lacks that classic home court edge, as each racer is as relatively unacquainted...
Boarding the team's inaugural flight to the out-of-state race, the Jesuit cycling team soared thousands of feet in the air, instead of their usual two wheels on the ground. The team traveled to the Valley of the Sun race weekend, consisting of a time trial, road race, and criterium, on February 12-14 respectively in the Phoenix, Arizona area. Wednesday The...
“BEEP BEEP BEEP” the incessant alarm clock blares into the ears of Jake Ingram ‘17 at the way-too-early hour of 4:30 am on Saturday, February 6th. He determinedly hopped out of bed and into his car, his mind focusing on his goal for the day: win the scholastic road race at the Cedar Hill Race Festival. Ingram and the...
Her legs burning from the incredibly high-intensity race, Lauren Stephens of Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank looks up from her handlebars to see the over 100 person field full of the best cyclists from around the globe at the 2015 Women's Cycling World Championships in Richmond, VA last September, Stephens representing the United States of America at the race....
Struggling to keep balance as their knobby tires rush over roots, rocks, sand and other insane terrains, the Jesuit Mountain Bike (MTB) racers fly down steep descents and sprint up long heartbreaking climbs all around Texas, getting faster with every passing ride they finish. The Jesuit MTB team raced on challenging courses in Waco on Sunday, September 27th and...
Belgium; a beautiful landscape in Europe where there is plenty to do and plenty to see. Many travel to Belgium for vacation, sometimes for work, other times to visit distant family. However, Belgium is much more than a brewery of diverse people in the middle of a continent. It houses some of cycling's most elite riders, all the way from professional teams...
The crowd goes wild, cheering in deep downtown Houston. The bikes whiz by at speeds comparable to a car. They fly through the urban streets in a tight pack enjoying the beautiful Texas day. Jesuit cyclists weave through the bunch in the last race of the season. On the weekend of May 2nd, Jesuit cycling traveled down to Houston, Texas to...

About Jesuit Dallas

Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas offers young men an excellent, Catholic education in the classical Jesuit tradition with the purpose of forming a community of men with high moral principles and service to others.

Learn More >