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[-] White (Length 1.6km, 10 controls)
|2||Sebastian + Orianna MacGibbon||Ind||M7||17.12|
|4||Max Straube - Roth||OD||M7||39.34|
[-] Yellow (Length 2.4km, 13 controls)
|Emma Goldboyrn||Ind||W35||25.27||Missing no. 8|
|Katie Taylor||Ind||25.10||Missing no. 8|
|Rachel Johnson||Ind||31.59||Wrong no. 9|
[-] Medium (Length 4.4km, 18 controls)
|14||Ann + Daisy Davidson||OD||W40/W14||50.21|
|15||Sean + Kelly Clarke||Ind||M21/W21||61.05|
|Leo Morgado||OD||M40||43.37||Missing no.2|
[-] Long (Length 5.7km, 24 controls)
Thank you for coming along on what turned out to be a nice evening for the event. There was quite a pleasing turnout of 60 entries for an area that is not very technical and well known to Droobers. The Yellow course was very popular with Karin Kirk drumming quite a few people new or newish to the sport. Many thanks to those of you on the Yellow for recycling your maps for others to use. Let’s hope you enjoyed the event and we look forward to greeting you again, perhaps as club members.
I had a couple of challenges to overcome, the Godiva festival was on 10 days previously and on the final check of my courses I found part of the Long course behind metal barriers and manned by security people necessitating some changes to the course just in case. Apologies for changing the control on the Medium and Long Courses in the aviary compound from inside the area (not the bird cages) to the only entrance when I found out they lock the gates in the evening. Fortunately I was able to let you know before you set off. Something to note for future planners perhaps!
Hopefully the football matches and rounders didn’t affect your route courses too much. I was surprised that the football season had started already!!
Thank you for those that helped in the planning and on the day. Special thanks go to Phil and Hilary May who calmly and efficiently handled registration, Liz Phillips for checking my Risk Assessment (some things still to learn even though I have been on the course), Karin Kirk for meeting newcomers (also to those Karin roped in, sorry persuaded, to give guidance to newcomers).
Thanks too, to Coventry Council and the Memorial Park team for letting us use the park once again. Finally, of course to the essential and highly valued control collectors, Bob Brandon, John Ward, Phil May, Sue Hallett and John Middler without whose help I might still be out there. The early opening of registration before 1730 was well worth it and lots of you made use of that so that we were finished and packed up by 20.20