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[-] Short (Length 2.2km, 9 controls)
|12||Andrew Buckley||OD||SENIOR||24.50||missing no. 4|
[-] Medium (Length 3.3km, 14 controls)
|9||Steve Eggleston||Lillbourne Tri||M50||67.30|
|10||Neil & Tyler Pulham||OD||M12/Senior||69.38|
|12||Keith Jones||scouts||M45||66.47||missing nos. 8,11|
|13||Phil May||OD||M60||72.39||missing no. 2|
|14||Ben Skuqi||scouts||M14||82.14||missing no. 2|
[-] Long (Length 4.6km, 21 controls)
|8||Nigel Ashfield + son||M41/M9||124.04||missing nos 5,6|
A dry sunny morning at last, with Pooley Country Park, surprisingly, just its normal damp self providing a good run, whilst everywhere else appeared to be under water. It was great to see lots of new members, particularly juniors, come along to either run, join Thelma’s coaching session or both, and we hope they enjoyed the courses. A good reward for all Karin’s efforts in reaching out to potential members and, as ever, she also signed up some new members on the day. It would have been nice to see a few more long standing regulars who would have found something different on the long course which had 40% of the controls as map memory on a blanked out section of the map. We did not know how it would be received but most of the runners on the Long Map Memory Course had positive comments about a different twist on a regular area. John Middler even invented a new sport – log-bobbing (ask him).
Thanks to all the staff at Pooley who were very welcoming; to Jane Stew for help in putting out controls and registration and also to John who helped us to collect the controls, although this time, he gave log-bobbing a miss.
Margaret and Keith Willdig