BLOOMINGTON – By now, this is something Little 500 fans should be used to reading: The Black Key Bulls and Teter are the Team Pursuit Champions.
This has become a norm of sorts. Both teams rich with rider depth have dominated Team Pursuit in recent seasons.
For BKB, this year’s win marked the third title in a row. “The Peoples’ Champs” ran the final alone after Sigma Alpha Epsilon scratched and did not race for the title in 9:26.77. They also had the fastest time of the day at 9:23.19 in their first run.
Teter’s win is the program’s sixth Team Pursuit win in the last seven years and the seventh in the last nine. Teter, who ran the fastest time with an 8:30.62 in the championship race, edged out Kappa Alpha Theta for the win.
3 thoughts on “BKB, Teter Maintain Team Pursuit Dominance”
Lion flees Bull. https://youtu.be/9DsIdEnGWv8
(But it was the wise choice)
Great job by BKB and Teter. How about tracking down SAE to see why they did show up. Or why so many teams did the same. How many teams raced alone yesterday? And why did the warm up stations only have equipment for 3 riders? There were four platforms and one empty, couldn’t IUSF or riders council find 2 sets of rollers?
Sorry, “did not show up”