Events/Results

2012 Scottish Relays Championships Results

Following correction of names and checking times and punching, here is an updated set of results (by class) and splits (by course) that you can download.

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SRC12 Results Sun Evening.pdf
SRC12 Splits Sun evening.pdf

Winners:

Men’s Open: Interlopers Team Compasspoint 1
(Alan Cherry, Oleg Chepelin, Murray Strain)

Women’s Open: Edinburgh University EUOC Myths
(Rebecca Harding, Kirstin Maxwell, Caherine Taylor)

Junior Relays:
36-: MAROC Bison
44-: Interlopers Team Compasspoint N

Handicap Classes:
8 pts: Interlopers Team Compasspoint W
11 pts: Grampian Orienteers 3
14 pts: SROC Free Hardings
17 pts: Grampian Orienteers 6
20 pts: Forth Valley 14

Handicap Overall
1 SROC 1hr 23m 37s
2 GRAMP 6 1hr 27m 33s
3 FVO 14 1hr 27m 55s

It was a large event with 500 runners. Congratulations to all who took part, and thanks to all the Gramp helpers and friends who helped run it so successfully.

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