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RE: [RC] 2004 Endurance Team - bobmorris


In 2003 there were a total of 134 riders who were members of AERC
International that rode 100 mile rides. 52 did only one 100 mile ride
and 82 did more than one for a total of 134 riders that belong to AERC
International and ride 100 mile rides. 

There were many more AERC members that rode 100 mile rides as well as 50
mile rides. Thus my statement of biased reporting. 


Bob Morris
Morris Endurance Enterprises
Boise, ID 

-----Original Message-----
From: John Teeter [mailto:johnt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2004 6:57 PM
To: bobmorris@xxxxxxxx
Cc: ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: [RC] 2004 Endurance Team

I would say that Pam has submitted a report on the AERC 
International Committee and FEI with a slight mention of the AERC 

The things a person takes away from a convention varies greatly with 
respect to their interests. I think you're right, there was a
of coverage from the international committee perspective.

I venture that she considers International much more important than 
the AERC.
Hmmm. International issues are part of the AERC (via the international 
committee). I've noticed that it is one of the most active and most well

organized of the AERC committees. Those members who are interested in
and International were very active at the convention it would seem. I
Pamela has been uniformly interested in international competitions since

I've known her. People write about what they are interested in.

It is a sorry state.

no, I think it's a sorry state that more as not been put forward.
else you'd like to add to the stream, feel free :-)


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RE: [RC] 2004 Endurance Team, John Teeter