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Holderness Road Race
Officer Mike Barney: 603-254-9177 on course (law enforcement)
Head Coach John Teaford 802-342-3021 start/finish
Athletic Trainer: Jeff Nadeau 603-667 6566 Bartsch Field House (on call)
- ON-COURSE EMERGENCY: In the event of an on-course emergency, the first FOLLOW VEHICLE on the scene is instructed to stop (LEAD VEHICLES should continue leading their assigned field). In the event of a medical emergency, drivers are instructed to contact emergency services (911) by cell phone. If the scene of an emergency is out of cell phone range, an adult should stay with the victim while the first available vehicle proceeds FORWARD along the course until encountering the next law enforcement official. Emergency medical staff in the sag wagon will also stop at the emergency scene.
- VEHICLES: Caravan vehicles will be assigned to lead each group AND follow each group. In addition, a separate SAG WAGON will follow the race.
- EMERGENCY MEDICAL PERSONNEL will be in the vehicle caravan following the Boys B field, and in the Sag Wagon. Emergency medical personnel will remain at the finish until all riders have finished.
- LAW ENFORCEMENT: Holderness Police (and local Sheriff’s department) will be present on the race course, and will control those two intersections (Campton Dam and intersection of 49/Tripoli road) where cars could impact the flow of the race. These officers are also the first contact in the event of an emergency.
- ATHLETIC TRAINER: the Holderness trainer (Jeff Nadeau 603 667 6566) will be on duty¬—and on call—at Bartsch Field House. Visiting teams are welcome to avail themselves of his services before, during, and after the race.
- Holderness Health Center (campus): The Holderness Health Center (in Livermore Hall) is open 24 hours, and staffed by an on-call physician (Dr. Viking Hedberg) and full-time nurse (Nancy Thurell). Visiting teams are welcome to avail themselves of this facility for serious medical concerns before, during, and after the race.
- Plymouth Community Hospital: Holderness’ on-call physician (Dr. Viking Hedberg) is an attending physician at Plymouth Community Hospital. This is also the regional emergency medical facility, and any serious accidents will be transported to this location for assessment and treatment.