Lost property: Pair of half moon glasses – claim as below.
I enjoyed the art of planning the courses for an urban event and was very happy to hear some very positive comments about some of the legs having good route choice.
I would be interested to know if anyone on Course 1 considered the dry road run over the very muddy field footpaths for controls 27 to 28.
My thanks to the Controller Mike Godfree for all his help, especially finalising the new map drawn by Derek Gale. Thanks to Stuart Swalwell the organiser, for coordinating and persuading people to help on the day and putting out controls near his house!
Our thanks to Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School for access to the school and Ashbourne Rugby Club for use of the pavilion.
Derek (map), Ann-Marie (planner), Stuart (organiser) and I spent a tremendous amount of time putting this event on. I know the format of a mass start and head to head racing doesn’t appeal to everyone but it avoids the need for a lot of helpers and ensures an early finish. We look forward to running at your events. Our thanks to Bob, Liz, Dave, Ruth, Derek, Jen, Graham, Val, Rex, Ranald, Viv, Doug and John for help on the day.
Any constructive comments, good or bad, would be welcome.
If Santa has brought you a new dibber don’t forget to register it with both Sport Ident and British Orienteering.
Results software provided by MERCS