Can’t stress enough that these are unofficial. This is the final listing on the RaceMonitor app. No word yet from IUSF on official results. I’m guessing video will have to be used to determine the final order when the yellow was dropped. But, this at least gives you somewhat of a general idea where teams were.
1 Kappa Alpha Theta (1:14:19.819) 2 Phoenix Cycling 3 Delta Gamma
4 Cru 5 CSF 6 Ski
7 Alpha Omicron Pi 8 Gamma Phi Beta 9 Alpha Chi Omega
10 Alpha Xi Delta 11 Teter 12 Alpha Sigma Alpha
13 Delta Sigma Pi 14 Alpha Gamma Delta 15 Kappa Delta
16 Phi Mu 17 Kappa Kappa Gamma 18 Melanzana
19 RideOn 20 Theta Phi Alpha 21 Independent Council
22 WingIt 23 IU Nursing 24 Alpha Delta Pi
25 Chi Omega 26 Pi Beta Phi 27 Delta Zeta
28 Zeta Tau Alpha 29 Alpha Phi 30 Sigma Delta Tau
31 Delta Phi Epsilon 32 Alpha Epsilon Phi
6 thoughts on “UNOFFICIAL results of the 2015 women’s Little 500”
Is there any video available of the race? Was not in a position to see the wreck that caused the yellow, and also missed the wreck at the beginning of the race. Otherwise will keep fingers crossed and wait for someone to post the full race to YouTube. Thanks.
Saw a video of the video on twitter. Looks like orange jersey went down first.
Old and fat. Who’s twitter feed was that on? Thanks.
IDS Little 500 re-Tweeted the video Monday afternoon.
Thanks. A shame that it ended on a yellow, but all indicators pointed to the result being about what it was. A little surprised that DG got dropped towards the end of the race. To their benefit though they were far enough back that they were able to avoid the wreck. Not sure if the pressure was timing (looking for other exchanges) or intentional (picking a particular lap), but it was a great tactic by Theta. Everyone had to think they would try this. Although they didn’t make a clean break it put other teams at their threshold, and when your tired mistakes happen. One has to believe, although past years don’t always support this theory, that Theta would have had the strength to hold off the other teams in the sprint. It would have been nice to see it play out though. Phoenix did an exceptional job. Sorry to see Melanzana go down so early. In a very short time Ski has built what might be a strong program for some time to come, and AOPi did a great job all day. Cru and CSF also looking strong. And AXO unfortunate to come in where they did. I guess the wreck affected them more so than others. Looking forward to seeing the race replay.
Saw the All Stars and Rookies on the Men’s side. Any word on the Women’s?