Events/Results, GJO

Jamie Stevenson Trophy 2014

P1020371rPhotos from Carolyn now on Flickr – more to follow.

Overall position 5th at the Jamie Stevenson Trophy today. WELL DONE to you all for taking part.

I thought you all competed very well despite the mud and drizzle!
You had great team spirit especially when you stayed by the finish to cheer everyone in. Definitely a credit to Gramp. I was very proud of you all and very much enjoyed the day. Well done to our two podium positions: Naomi Lang, 2nd on Light Green and Calum McLeod 2nd on Green.

Finally on behalf of everyone I would like to say a big thank to Evgueni for driving the minibus once again.

Carolyn


There are some cracking photos of some of the GJOs, mud-caked but still smiling (mainly!), on ActivNorth’s website aka Chris Spencer of Scottish 6 Day photo fame. I’ve asked if we can purchase some for our archives even though his cart isn’t set up for business just at present.
Anybody got any other homegrown photos to share? Send Rachel the link or files please to  webmaster@grampoc.com.

 

If you want to see the full results and who scored what, check here.

BTW – the latest (JD)2C points are up now after the Glen Fearder event. Click here for those.

Rachel

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