Events/Results

CompassPoint SOL4 – Glen Dye – 3rd May

mini-glen-dyeThe fabulous Glen Dye area was the setting for CompassPoint SOL4

As you’ll have noticed, there was not much dappled sunshine flowing between the trees (as in the photo) … it was flowing all right, but the wet stuff not the sunshine.  Congratulations and thanks to you all for participating and helping in such drenching conditions.

Results are now finalised:

Results by Courses
Splits by Course
Results by Age Class
Splits by Age Class

Here’s the links to Winsplits, Splitsbrowser and to Routegadget.
And BOF results with Ranking Points

Pre-O

Here are the Pre-O results and course solution sheet.  Well done to the four people who had all four correct answers!

(N.B. On the solution sheet:-  Z controls were those where no kite was correctly placed, and the solution sheet indicates where a correctly-placed kite would have been placed by “Z”).

 

Final Details

Discussion

2 thoughts on “CompassPoint SOL4 – Glen Dye – 3rd May

  1. Many many thanks to everyone who was willing to stand around in the rain a little bit longer after their course and bought brownies, flapjacks, sausage rolls and hot drinks. Naomi raised £178 towards her World Challenge trip. Matching this plus some donations came to £205 which I have paid into the Nepal Earthquake appeal via the website set up at work, who will match this total – so £410 in all to DEC. Well worth the effort! Hope you’ve all dried out and warmed up!

    Posted by Marianne Lang | May 4, 2015, 10:16 pm
  2. Seconded. I would have gladly paid another £10 for the priviledge of not running today!

    A big thankyou to all my Start team for braving it and to Brian and Ian for helping peel your maps off the increasingly soggy piles. And thanks to all those competitors who found the time to say thanks to us directly for doing the needful and for sharing a joke or two on the startline – “No snorkel, no go.” “Are lifejackets marked on the map?” – much appreciated.

    Posted by oldglutton6 | May 3, 2015, 5:59 pm

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