Results are now available here; many thanks to Robert R for organising, Brian for the map updates and Robert V for negotiating access.
These are now available on the Results page; organiser James says: After nearly 4 hours of sweltering heat and dealing with the Jungle that was the Country Park, I managed to get all the controls out before the 17:30 start. I decided to plan the course to go around the Arboretum first to and then thought the wild County Park to give the faster runners something to think about later when tired.Well done Richard Price for getting all the controls…
Details are now published for this Summer Series event, including how to contact Robert to enter – no entry on the day. Brian has updated the map and it’s an excellent and varied area to run, walk or jog around on a Thursday evening.
The next event in our summer series will be on Thursday 22nd July at Walsall Country Park and Arboretum. Full details, including how to enter, are here.
These are now available on the Results page; organiser Kerstin says: Thank you all for braving the midweek traffic and coming to Highgate Common. As my last event turned out to be too easy I decided to make this a little longer. I do appreciate that many of you were enjoying yourself so much, that you decided to spend a little longer than the allocated 60 minutes! Huge thank you to our control collectors, Richard P, Robert R, Peter L,…
After consulting the VAR, iterrogating witnesses (well SI controls) and consulting the great and the good of HOC, we have some worthy winners of the delayed 2020 Club Championships. Results, Splits, Bert Pardoe handicap and of course Trophy winners are all on the current Results page.
The results of the 38th June Jaunter are now available on the results page, with split timings and organiser’s comments. There were some very close battles out there; congratualtions to everyone who was able to complete the circuit.
An important update to this Thursday’s event details – “You must clean your shoes prior to this event, to prevent spread of disease from area to area”. This is also good practise in general.
The start times for the Club Championships are now available. The organiser, Ian, says “There will not be a mass start at this event. Competitors will be given a call up time to leave the car park for a fifteen-minute walk to the start.” If anyone has entered but their name doesn’t appear on this list please contact Ian.
Version 1.4 of the details is now available; dogs on leads ARE permitted at the parking area and there is more information about the number of controls