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DNC Glen Dye Results 18/2/13

After a slight pause (frustrating for some but very handy for those of us away on holiday who thought we were going to miss the fun) for snow last week, we got to scamper round some of the lumpiest bits of Glen Dye. Ali’s signature style of Middle Distance flavour control picking proved very popular and certainly made the forest seem almost crowded with bobbing head torches.

Despite the short notice of the new date, 32 intrepid night orienteers took to the tricky moraine contours. Sasha stormed the long course ahead of Josh, and they were well ahead of the rest. Evgueni was just prevented from making it a Chepelin double by a fast run from Pete.

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