Monday, November 30, 2020

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Weeks ago, the Jesuit Cycling team unofficially began their season at Cedar Park. There, they finished with some success despite the sub-freezing temperatures. But was this shimmer of success a sign of things to come? Indeed it was. The Rangers headed down to College Station, Texas this past weekend of March 1st to one of their biggest tournaments of the...
Head Coach: Andrew Armstrong Last year’s successes: Jesuit – 2nd overall in Texas. Nolan – 1st overall in the B division. Paul Madsen – 4th overall in the A division Gabriel Fuentes – 11th overall in the B division Omar Martinez – 13th overall in the B division Building on last year’s successes provides a kick start for the upcoming season in Jesuit cycling. Not only has...
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...
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...
Hearts beating, pedals moving, cyclists from across the Lone Star State raced for 33 miles through U.S. army base Fort Hood in Central Texas. Passing by tanks on the ground and artillery ranges, racers pedaled across the hilly western portion of the base, enduring the challenging terrain at this unique setting. September 16 marked the conclusion of the Texas...
The Jesuit Cycling team has had great success in their recent races, impressing everyone around the state with great leadership from upperclassmen and some unexpected but important contributions from freshmen and sophomores. Recently, the cycling team traveled to Texas A&M University to compete in a road race, a time trial, and a “criterium” race, a short race usually completed on...
If you live between Forest Lane and Walnut Hill Lane in North Dallas, chances are you’ve passed Jesuit cyclers on your route. Decked out in wind-resistant body suits, sunglasses, and aerodynamic helmets, these road warriors propel themselves around town day after day, often in oppressive traffic. This year, the cycling team plans to defend its Texas High School Cycling...
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...

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