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Scolty 3/2/13 Results

This event was twice postponed, due to snow in 2011 and 2012! We had some snow this time but it just made the hill more interesting. Thanks to Pete L. and Steve S. for putting out and checking the controls. Great job by Sasha in organising his first large event! Here are the provisional results and splits.

Scolty Split times.pdf          Routegadget
ScoltyResults.pdf                 Results on BOF website showing Ranking Points

Colour Standard Qualifying Times

Further thanks: to Vicky Morrison stepping in to help with a bit of adhoc First Aid on a bad cut. No doubt she was glad of something to do while hanging around waiting for Gary 😉 but this does remind me that it’s been a while since we made sure we have sufficient folk in the club either already trained in First Aid or willing to be trained – if you think you can help, please contact Helen Rowlands so she can make a list to help Organisers make contact with you. (You never know, you or your family may need the help yourself one day so think of it as an insurance policy!)

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