Autumn Urban Sprint Series, Events/Results

Urban Sprint Westburn & Victoria Parks 21/9/16

Here are the results for the 4th in the urban sprint series:

Results    Splits   Routegadget

The split between 12 and 13 (crossing Westburn Road) has been removed when calculating the Results.

Congrats to the joint winners Angel and William. W & V Parks are very flat and direct line running was possible for many legs so it produced some very quick times from the fast folk at the top of the tables.

Overall points after 4 events. Game on for Aberdeen Uni next week!


2 thoughts on “Urban Sprint Westburn & Victoria Parks 21/9/16

  1. I spent my nice long breather watching Dennis balancing stationary on his bike a la Danny Gaskill for at least a minute. I was half expecting him to start doing backflips up the traffic light but then the green man came on and I had to cross so I’ll never know……

    Posted by oldglutton6 | September 21, 2016, 10:42 pm
    • Did he do the event on his bike too? Great turn out, you must have been bumping into each other round every corner! Interesting to see the GPS tracks on route gadget – some have undeclared superpowers to run through buildings, unfair advantage I’d say (that, and legs that move).

      Posted by peppercat4 | September 22, 2016, 1:10 pm

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