Re: [hr100] No balls, no levy for the next year.
- Julian Jamison <julison@...> wrote:
>3) Julien Chorier (nice name!) won the race not because his name was drawnI am aware of the entry procedure. How would the results be different if the first 10 finishers put their name in a jar and we decide who gets the trophy by lottery, except that the other 9 don't get to run?
>from a hat, but because he ran the fastest among all those who entered
>according to the well-defined procedures.
>5) You and I have a better chance to get in to hardrock next year thanSorry, that's BS. Some of the members of the race committee have run Hardrock 10 or more times. I know they can use any entry procedure they want, but I think it looks bad when they write the rules to favor themselves over faster runners.
>Kilian Jornet or Geoff Roes because we are being rewarded for having
>participated in the past, and as an incentive system so that future entrants
>are more likely to maintain a connection with the race over time.
-- Matt Mahoney, matmahoney@...