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[-] Short Course (length 1.2km, 11 controls, 20m climb)
|1||David Bull + 1||M35/M10||12.20|
|5||Ashling Lynch +2||W45/W8/W6||28.48|
|7||Rufus Harris +1||M6||30.59|
|11||Brooke / Jesse Kligour||M8/W11||43.23|
|12||Isabella / Eli Forrester||W10/M6||43.39|
[-] Medium Course (length 2.5km, 18 controls, 60m climb)
|6||Daniel / Josh Bull||M14||37.19|
|10||Rachel / David Alexander||OD||M75||45.46|
|17||Louise, Andrea, Tash||OD||W55/W40/W35||74.07|
[-] Long Course (length 4.6km, 25 controls, 95m climb)
Everdon Stubbs was in fine condition for this event and winning times were quite fast. Things might have been different had the early morning fog persisted, as I found out when putting out the last few controls. Fortunately, most were put out late on Friday afternoon in sunshine.
Putting on a Saturday morning event can at times seem like a one-person job. Fortunately, I had plenty of support, without whom the event would not have run smoothly. First there was Bruce Bryant who produced a new map – still not complete – at 1:5,000 scale and then added my courses to it – something that is still beyond my abilities.
Then at Registration and Download there was Chris Dwyer and Phil May, who volunteered without running themselves. Similarly, there was Clive Wrench on Start, who emailed offering his help. Karin did a great job spreading information of the event to various local groups and then helping them on the day. John Middler was a great person to get advice and despite injury helped with control collection. Other control collectors were Mike Snell and Bob Brandon. I collected in the last ones myself, listening to the persistent pecking of a nearby woodpecker.
A final thank you must go to the Woodland Trust, who do a great job in conserving woods like this and allowing us to enjoy them.