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Team McGramp take BOC 2013 Mixed Adhoc Relay prize

Team McGramp – aka Carolyn, Calum and Iain McLeod – fought off the opposition down south to romp home to victory in the British Orienteering Relay Mixed Adhoc class by some 2.5 minutes. Probably sweetest of all was beating Maroc 7 (who should surely have been disq’d as there are only 3 runners to a team?? 😉 )

Individually Team McGramp also had good results: 4th W45L, 10th M18E and 6th M50S respectively.
Several other Gramps were in attendance too including the Hicklings, Bob Daly, Paul Duley, the Armitages and at least one Hale and Chepelin that I spotted in the results. Sasha kept up his winning form post-JK by taking top spot for M16A.

Congratulations all round!

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One thought on “Team McGramp take BOC 2013 Mixed Adhoc Relay prize

  1. And what’s more Sasha is currently 45th best oreinteer in the UK according to the ranking list – easily the best, youngest orienteer in the UK!

    Posted by binman1963 | May 9, 2013, 4:39 pm

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