Events/Results, Summer Series

Summer Series 7/8/19 Perwinnes Moss

Results

Many thanks to Zoe and Tim (Maitre de Loops) for a fresh take on Perwinnes Moss in its newly denuded form in the old quarry. Both Technical courses had an option to complete up to 4 memory map mini loops of 2 controls each which went down well with everyone who tried them. Much discussion over tea and cake about how hard it is to remember 2 control locations compared to one for some reason and what works for some folk but not others. Amazing how the human brain works – or doesn’t!      

  • easy (all on paths – white/yellow standard – up to 2km)
  • medium (partly on paths – orange standard – up to 3km)
  • two as-hard-as-we-can-make-it courses of different lengths (generally referred to as short and long techwith as-the-crow-flies distances between 2.5 and 5km)
  • Technical training twist: map memory to help you simplify

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UPCOMING EVENTS (click series or event names for details link)

NB We can now attend events outwith local area but still need to be SOA/BOF members

SUMMER SERIES
WED 19/5 to 18/8 See Summer Series page for this year’s venues.
30/6 Scolty
7/7 Tollohill
14/7 Mulloch
21/7 Glen Dye
(break for 6 Days)
11/8 Tyrebagger
18/8 Templars Park

SATURDAYS
25-27/6 Mor MTBO w/e
21/8 Mor club champs Roseisle may be open to others?
28/8 BASOC Local TBC

SUNDAYS
1/8 Scottish 6 Days starts one way or another hopefully, through to 7/8

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