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Posted - March 03 2019 :  14:10:53  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Nick ran a great race yesterday, but once again, went to Facebook to complain about the timing company.

What is he complaining about? What did they do wrong here.

Would love to hear from Nick.



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Posted - March 03 2019 :  16:54:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Heres the issue - Score This missed 2 runners in the top 15 of the race results. Legit didn't include them, now I understand mistakes happen, I'd like to also shed light on the Fact that at the Buffalo Marathon the finish clock was also 30 seconds off from the actual clock time. If you're so concerned about the company go work for them BUT I will no longer participate in any events they time.

Real athletes run others just play games
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Posted - March 04 2019 :  06:01:04  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I get the frustration---no, I don't need to work for them. I just wanted to know what happened. Did they correct the errors from Saturday? I hope you'll keep running in their events, because you're too good of a runner to skip events like Shamrock.

I don't live in Buffalo, but RMS seems to be a good job in the events that I do participate in when I come back to the homeland.

It isn't easy to time these events, BUT, the get paid to do them and they should do them right.

Appreciate you coming on to clarify your issues.

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Posted - March 25 2019 :  11:28:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Nick has the quads of the Greek gods.
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Quadrisaurus Rex

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Posted - March 26 2019 :  19:40:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Legend has it that years ago Nick Orlowski was parachuting in the Cascade Range of Southern Oregon. It was an absolutely picture perfect morning to jump out of a plane from 15,000 feet--cool, crisp temperatures, sunny skies and nary a breathe of wind.

Nick straddled the doorway awaiting the pilots command. After what seemed like a fortnight the pilot finally gave the all clear and Nick leapt into the cloudless, sun-streaked sky. The wind rushing against his square, clean-shaven jaw and chiseled quads seemed to put him at ease. He was in his element, he was free.

After a mere sixty seconds of pure adrenaline fueled, free-fall bliss it was time to deploy the 'chute. Nick reached for the primary, pulled the handle but nothing happened. He reached for the backup, pulled the handle and, again, nothing happened. Absolute panic and hysteria would have stricken any normal person, but Nick Orlowski is not just any normal person. Even with the failure of both parachutes he knew he would be okay. Underneath his jump suit lie two of the most imposing structures in the world--his thick, muscular quads.

Nick slammed into the Cascade Range at nearly 300 mph, which would obliterate any mere mortal. Not Nick Orlowski--the volcanic rock was no match for his massive quads. Debris could be seen for hundreds of miles and the aftershock felt for weeks. After the dust had finally settled, Nick climbed out of the caldera formed by the impact his beefy quads made with the earth. He dusted himself off, took off the jumpsuit, and strode off into the sunset in his 2 inch split shorts, quads gleaming in the dwindling light.

The crater formed would later fill with water and become known as Crater Lake National Park. Hundreds of thousands of people visit Crater Lake every year oblivious to its rich and storied history.

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Posted - March 27 2019 :  07:12:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This is the greatest thing I have ever read.
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Posted - March 27 2019 :  12:53:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Nick Orlowski > Chuck Norris
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