Events/Results, GJO, Summer Forest Sprint Series

2012 Forest Sprint Series

Another great little series was wrapped up on Friday 25th May. GRAMP’s Sasha Chepelin M16 managed to finish 2nd thereby securing his title of 2012 Forest Sprint Winner, closely followed by Callum Roberts M18 and Josh Dudley M18 tying for 2nd which means Evgueni was forced into 4th in the end.

The youngsters also dominated the Women’s battle too with Frances Wright W18 taking first place, with Evelyn Mason W16 in second and GRAMP’s Katrina McLeod W18 in third. If Katrina had managed to make it to four events like the others who knows what the result may have been?

Thanks to all the organisers from both clubs for providing another chance to round off the working week with a therapeutic scamper round!

April 20th Tilquillie MAROC
April 27th Crathes GRAMP Results Splits  RG
May 4th Dunnottar GRAMP Results Splits
May 11th Scolty GRAMP     Results   Splits
May 18th Sluie MAROC      Results
May 25th Corsedarder MAROC    Results and overall results

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