[2010] Kentucky Cone Fest 5

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[2010] Kentucky Cone Fest 5

Post by Cat Young » Sun Sep 19, 2010 12:00 am

Just heard from JBH.

Hybrid A group
1. Ethan White
2. JBH
3. Steve Pederson
4. Paul Graf

Hybrid B group
1. Mark Nix
2. Chad Hegerty
3. Jeremy Coffman
4. Kyle Smith

Hybrid group C
1. Ben Barkey
2. Lenny Poage
3. Phil Rouse
4. Marshall Presnell

Tight group A
1. JBH
2. Steve Pederson
3. Ethan White
4. Brian Parsons

Tight group B
1. Mark Nix
2. Neil Orta
3. Bobby Thomas (quote from JBH, "Yes, I said Bobby Thomas!!")
4. Kyle Smith

Tight group C
1. Earl Cephas
2. Peter Metzger
3. David Tolley
4. Lenny Poage



More later...... JBH had to go.
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Oops

Post by Jonathan Harms » Sun Sep 19, 2010 5:38 am

Oops! I told Cat the wrong result for Group A Tight. Fourth place was Brian Parsons, not Paul Graf. Paul lost to BP in the round of 8. My apologies to Brian (and Paul).

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Re: Oops

Post by Cat Young » Sun Sep 19, 2010 6:10 am

Jonathan Harms wrote:Oops! I told Cat the wrong result for Group A Tight. Fourth place was Brian Parsons, not Paul Graf. Paul lost to BP in the round of 8. My apologies to Brian (and Paul).
Fixed!
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Post by Donald Campbell » Sun Sep 19, 2010 7:44 am

supergood job jbh
and...................heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy the euro trip paid off for steveeeeeeeeeeeee
slick steve podiums twice

picantos racing team is on fire

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Post by Cat Young » Sun Sep 19, 2010 9:54 pm

GS A group

1. JBH
2. Steve Pederson
3. Brian Parsons
4. Chad Hegerty
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Post by Steve Pederson » Mon Sep 20, 2010 6:07 pm

Donald Campbell wrote:supergood job jbh
and...................heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy the euro trip paid off for steveeeeeeeeeeeee
slick steve podiums twice

picantos racing team is on fire
Thanks. Make that three podiums for Both JBH and I. The secret is Picantos!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by Cat Young » Mon Sep 20, 2010 9:00 pm

Has anyone heard how JBH is doing?
Steve heard that Jonathan fell at the skate park & Paul Graf drove him to the hospital last night.

Paul or Jonathan, if you see this please respond.
I can't get Jonathan to answer his phone.

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Post by Wesley Tucker » Tue Sep 21, 2010 12:26 am

Just conversed with JBH on Facebook IMs. He was skating the full pipe at the Louisville skatepark and got way off balanced. Came down hard. Has a mild fracture of the ankle with a soft cast. Smashed his helmet in two places and was out for a while. (I guess a "mild" fracture means a small crack.)

EMS and an ambulance took him to U Of L hospital. He and Graf finally got out of there at 4:00 AM this morning. Got back to St. Louis and JBH is taking it easy. Said there is little pain and the soft cast is not that uncomfortable.

Graf said JBH was VERY repetitive. Kept saying things over he had already said but did not remember. I'm hoping that was last night and has faded. JBH quoted to me the great Chris Rock: "You were knocked the f#@k out!"
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Post by Cat Young » Tue Sep 21, 2010 12:42 am

Thank you WT.
I'm glad he wasn't alone....... thanks to Paul for taking care of our guy!
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Post by Jeremy Coffman » Tue Sep 21, 2010 5:07 am

The event as described by JBH via Steve Pederson.

"My board almost completed the circle but I didn't. I "Wilsoned" (shot the board out by leaning back too far) as I started to ascend the wall of the pipe. Folded my left leg under me awkwardly and also smacked the back of my head. Paul called 911, paramedics came and took me to the ER at U. of Louisville Hospital. Diagnosis: Concussion, and broken bone on outside of left ankle.

Still have a bit of a headache (very mild), but ankle doesn't hurt much at all. Pain meds may be helping with that. I have a sort of two-part cast on the ankle that ends below the knee (thank goodness)."

Heal quick my friend and I'm glad it wasn't any worse than what it was.

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Post by Jani Soderhall » Tue Sep 21, 2010 9:22 am

Wishing you a speedy recovery JBH!

/Jani

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Post by Glenn Bukowsky » Tue Sep 21, 2010 5:56 pm

Heal up quick, JBH!
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Post by Jonathan Harms » Tue Sep 21, 2010 6:33 pm

Thanks, everyone. Today I will be calling doctors in St. Louis to make follow-up appointments. I'm lucky I wasn't injured worse. Even though I was park riding and not slaloming, I encourage everyone to look seriously at their safety equipment--especially their helmet--and make sure it is in good shape. When I look at the video of the fall--yes, Paul was filming that run--I am very glad I chose a helmet with "hard" foam. It may have made the difference between a "mild" concussion and something much more serious. I am very grateful to be alive right now.

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Post by Rick Floyd » Tue Sep 21, 2010 7:26 pm

Jonathan Harms wrote:I am very grateful to be alive right now.
We areglad you are too JBH! EPS helmet cores are all I use, just for that reason.

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