Association of Road Racing Statisticians
To establish valid criteria for road record-keeping and to maintain a valid list of world road records for the standard road distances.
To promote communication and the exchange of information with regards to road racing.
Founding Members (alphabetically by country, then by family name)
David Blaikie (CAN, email@example.com)
Ian Champion (ENG, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Andy Milroy (ENG, AndyMilroy@blueyonder.co.uk)
Luis Arribas Sandonis (ESP, email@example.com
Indro Neri (ITA, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ken Nakamura (JPN, Ken.Nakamura@NOVELLUS.com)
Gunars Akerbergs (LAT, deceased)
Wim vanHemert (NED, email@example.com)
Zbigniew Jonik (POL, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Riel Hauman (RSA, email@example.com)
Sergey Krashnoshchekov (RUS, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Juraj Gasparovic (SVK, Juraj.GasparovicSK@gmail.com)
Tomas Magnusson (SUI, email@example.com)
Birger Fält (SWE, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Pete Riegel (USA, Riegelpete@aol.com)
Ken Young (USA, deceased)
Andy Milroy (AndyMilroy@blueyonder.co.uk) serves to help co-ordinate the activities of the various members, facillitate internal communication, and interface with organizations outside the ARRS. This is in addition to his passion for developing a historical record of distance running in the 19th and earlier centuries.
Anyone interested in supporting and promoting the goals of the ARRS is welcome to become a member. The only requirement for membership is that you contribute to the ARRS in some manner. This may be by submitting race results, contributing to the various lists maintained by the ARRS, promoting the goals of the ARRS through articles and publications, or helping with some of the many day-to-day tasks in making the ARRS a viable organization. Contact the ARRS co-ordinator, Andy Milroy if you wish to join the ARRS. Races as well as individuals may become members of the ARRS.
Last Updated on 12 May 2018