Events/Results

Forvie SOL 4 09/09/12 Results

Hope you all enjoyed Forvie’s contours – did it help to get your eye in by doing the Pre-O Trail O Taster en route to the Start I wonder?

Final Results                      Final Splits
Routegadget                      Winsplits                   BOF Results with Ranking Points

Pre O Results         Pre O Solutions      Pre O Organisers’ comments

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Discussion

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  1. Thanks for a really memorable event. Right from the car park marshalling to the tea and cakes and prompt results afterwards it was simply superb so thanks to every one of you who helped.

    I brought 4 young lads with me, 3 of whom were doing a SOL for the 1st time. They loved it and are desperate to do another one. The pre-O was inspired. What a magic coaching tool so big thanks to Anne and Roger for their efforts at organising this!

    You have some great folk in your club who know how to make people feel welcome at your events. It doesn’t go unnoticed or unappreciated!

    Posted by Mike Rodgers | September 10, 2012, 12:00 am

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