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Results for NOC Local Event, Rufford Country Park, Sun 6th Jul 2008

Planner's Comments

  1  Sam Elliott & David Mafullul          M10   BLS    7:57
  2= Joseph Warren-Barrett & Aaron Whetton M10   BLS   10:38
  2= Isobel Johnson & Lucy Martin          W10   BLS   10:38
  4  Jamie Lowthian                        M10   NOC   11:47

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Yellow 1 Sam Carter M12 SYO 22:15 2 Tom & Charlotte Webster M10 NOC 48:15 n/c Jamie Lowthian M10 NOC 42:45 Brydie & Gareth rtd Back to Contents

Orange 1 Steve Carter M45 SYO 31:14 2 Max Elliott M12 NOC 37:42 3 W Freeman IND 40:33 4 William Parkinson M12 NOC 42:14 5 Christine Elliott W50 NOC 43:10 6 Julie Webster W40 NOC 60:55 7 Jack Lord M12 NOC 61:27 8 Henry Longstaff M12 NOC 63:44 Simon Elliott M50 NOC 25:05 m5 Nick Malbon M12 NOC rtd Back to Contents

Technical 1 Peter Hodkinson M18 NOC 31:24 2 Mick Lucking M50 NOC 38:06 3 Sarah O'Neil W21 NOC 39:50 4 M Capper M50 NOC 43:55 5 Elizabeth Parkinson W16 NOC 48:10 6 David Olivant M60 NOC 50:40 7 Ian Wells M55 LEI 53:12 8 Michael Lord M45 NOC 54:40 9 Dave Skidmore M60 DVO 58:28 10 Richard Beadle M40 NOC 58:45 11 Mark Webster M40 NOC 60:55 12 Keith Streb M55 NOC 63:41 13 Helen Parkinson W40 NOC 64:00 14 Samuel Horsewill M16 NOC 64:50 15 Helen O'Neil W50 NOC 67:20 16 Philip Emery M35 NOC 71:02 17 Chris Horsewill W45 NOC 77:20 18 Steve Emery M45 NOC 77:32 19 Ruth Ellis W55 DVO 89:25 Ben Lord M14 NOC 67:50 m20-24 Jordan Webster M14 NOC 95:40 m21 Joe Elliott M14 NOC rtd Back to Contents

Planner's Comments

Firstly some thanks are due to Simon Elliott for printing the maps, Tony & Margaret Buckland, Catherine Hughes & Mick Lucking for their help on the day. Also to Mick, Michael Lord & Peter Hodkinson for collecting in all the controls at the end of the event. Also to anyone who said thanks and that they had enjoyed the courses. A pat on the back is always appreciated as planning these events takes plenty of time & effort. Rufford is a more challenging area than a cursory glance at the map might suggest. The density of vegetation, multiplicity of small and indistict paths and general lack of contours removes a few of the 'handrails' we might otherwise use to navigate. Having put together a reasonably challenging orange course, the technical loop was designed to encourage competitors to run straight and had plenty of changes in direction to maintain interest.

Tony Donaldson

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