Highly Honored and Respected Individuals

Kristin Cahill

Special Status: The Woman of the MAD FIGS, was custodian of the MAD FIGS Parking Brick for a long peiod of time
Symbols: Rainbow or any combination of all the visible spectral wavelengths, the white Miata
Weapon of Choice: Whipped Cream in a pressurized can
Special Contributions to the MAD FIGS: hang out residence, food
Unfortunate Weaknesses: A dog named Kisses
Special Connections: Blackstone Bowl, UC San Diego, Other Schools: San Joaquin Memorial.
Trivia: The official scorekeeper of the MAD FIGS Septathalon since 1999, despite never have attended any of the events.


AKA: Tony
Special Status: Highest ranked person in the overall Septathalon statistics that is not a member of the MAD FIGS
Special Contributions to the MAD FIGS: In 2003, a large number of Fresno Ultimate players attended the ultimate frisbee event at the Septathalon. While few returned the next year, T-Bird did show up again and went on to do the rest of the day's events as well. Since then, he has become a frequent Septathalon attendee, often travelling from out of town for the competition.
Unfortunate Weaknesses: Being weighted down by Canadian Goose decoys


Special Status: The only person to win a Septathalon who is not a member of the MAD FIGS
Special Contributions to the MAD FIGS: Being related to the Animal and Animalito, Pounder obviously posseses power far greater than most mortals. But he has also been one of the most dedicated Septathalon competitors, attending more than half the events to date.
Special Connections: Fresno PD


Special Status: A frequent competitor at many of the early Septathalons.
Special Contributions to the MAD FIGS: McMath competed against BHS in Forensics during high school, but later joined forces with the MAD FIGS by "chaperoning" some debate tournaments.
Unfortunate Weaknesses: Hangovers on Saturday
Special Connections: Other Schools: Clovis West

Jenny #3

AKA: Saktown
Special Status: 10-time champion of the Female Septathalon, 8-time champion of the Couples Division.
Special Contributions to the MAD FIGS: By 2003 there had already been two different Jennys (that hadn't been stricken from the record) in attendance at previous Septathalons. Normal record-keeping protocol would have required the use of the last initial for clarity, but since there was already another Jenny S. the nickname Jenny #3 was used instead. Although she has gone on to become one of the most dedicated and successful Septathalon competitors, the tertiary title still remains.


Originally referring to younger siblings interested in running, there are now enough MAD FIGS offspring to (theoretically) make up a new acronym for the younger generation! While most are still too young to compete in cross country events, there is definite potential for greatness.

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