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Night Street league final table

Night Street league final table

The final league table is available as a pdf file here – or scroll down to view it on the screen (you’ll have to zoom in!) Many thanks to John for an excellent series; he reports: The final event in the series of 10 night street MapRun events was held on 21 March in Kingswinford, based at Kerstin and Martin’s Full Supply business premises. True to form, Eloise Lee  and Ben Crone were the leading female and male runners and are…

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Find Your Way at Easter

Find Your Way at Easter

The Find Your Way project has its own website here The Find Your Way project is a Sport England funded project to get more people engaged and active in their local spaces through virtual orienteeing activities. It is a collaboration between orienteering clubs and local community partnerships to create exciting bespoke activities in local green and urban spaces to get people exploring their surroundings. First, download the Maprun6 App: https://maprunners.weebly.com/ Once you’ve set up the phone and arrived at the…

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Night Street League latest

Night Street League latest

The pdf results from the Codsall and Aston Fields event are linked here and displayed on screen below, as is the latest League table. Series co-ordinator John Leeson reports: After nine events, and with just the season finale to come, the Night Street League has two clear leaders in the Open category in Eloise Lee and Ben Crone, who have both had a series of near perfect scores. James Thomas, Robert Rose and Dave Aldridge are in a close battle…

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Webheath results

Webheath results

The results are avalable as a pdf file, linked here or on screen below. The Organiser/Planner reports: After an extremely wet start to the day, we were fortunate to have dry weather for our 18 runners out enduring the cold to explore my home turf of Webheath. As a first-time organiser, the plan for the map was to place an abundance of controls close to the centre with no obvious ‘loop’ to them, but with lots of options through little…

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