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Show Profile  Marquita G Posted: 3 December 2007, 2:50 AM  

1. Simon Addison -1.15
2. Simon Jager 4.03
3. Jamie Stewart 11.34
4. Brent Edwards 12.03
5. Nick Harris 17.38
6. Tom Reynolds 22.09
7. Karl Dravitzki 22.14
8. Tim Cochrane 22.48
9. Ciaran Murphy 23.25
10. The Birthday Boy 23.43
11. Pete Swanson 27.18
12. Tim Renton 29.03
13. Martin Peat 29.22
14. Aidan Ellmers 30.29
15. Alastair Long 34.33
16. Joe from Wrightsons 40.53
17. Roel Michels 40.55
Andrew Peat ??.??
DNF Darren Ashmore Injured
DNS Greg Flynn
DNS Fraser Mills
DNS Rob Garden
DNS James Bradshaw
DNS Clem Larson

1. Rachel Smith 19.18
2. Greta Knarston 23.47
3= Kate Morrison 31.16
3= Rachel Goodwin 31.16
5. Penny Kane 34.18
6. Anna Berthlesen 38.24
7. Rebecca Smith 39.06
8. Di Michels 44.29

1. Debbie, Anne, Craig, Zoe 18.50
2. Tania & Claire 22.31

This message was edited by Marquita G on 3 December 2007, 9:52 AM

Show Profile  Jamie Posted: 3 December 2007, 3:57 AM  
Great Booze O thanks Marquita, one of the best!

Not sure about the failure to enforce (or have) rules about chundering in the drinking zone though :-) Although maybe I'm just a poor loser and should acknowledge the superior tactical nous of the Simons...

Show Profile  Neil K Posted: 3 December 2007, 4:54 AM  
I think they are the scum of the earth, far worse than Russell couts and their sporting honour alone should see them dsq themselves for chundering like a little child after drinking mothers milk.

Show Profile  mick finn Posted: 3 December 2007, 5:15 AM  
Should these (impressive or otherwise) results be incorporated into the ranking calculation?

Show Profile  darren Posted: 3 December 2007, 5:19 AM  
looks like jager peaked slightly to early. i reckon he had a good 2 hours head start on addison who pretty much timed his peak to perfection. A fine effort by both though. Did anyone try to do it without drinking?

Show Profile  Greg Posted: 3 December 2007, 6:48 AM  
Jamie are you accusing Addison of spewing in the drinking zone?

Your very own Rebecca I think Darren?

Show Profile  Marquita G Posted: 3 December 2007, 6:57 AM  
I've emailed the results to the convenor of the selection panel, and yes, I don't see why they can't be used for ranking calculations!

Show Profile  marcusd Posted: 3 December 2007, 8:44 AM  
Was Darren's injury a real injury or alcohol related?

Any photo's of the event?

Show Profile  addison Posted: 3 December 2007, 8:53 AM  
For the record. I Simon James Addison did not spew in the drinking zone. I did try on one occasion to spew but nothing came about it. I had the spits at one stage but again no spewing.

I did however have a nice spew at #2 on loop 1.

I adhere to my rules of boozeo, which does say no spewing in the transition zone.

Show Profile  darren Posted: 3 December 2007, 9:36 AM  
Real and alcohol related. Could also be old age! Looks like a bit of damage to the cruciate ligment ,seeing the physio tomorrow.

Show Profile  SJ Posted: 3 December 2007, 10:08 AM  
Personally I think it was Andrew Peat who peaked too early. And I don't think there was any slightly about that one...

Maybe you overtrained and peaked too late and that was the cause of your injury Darren?

For the record I would also like to say I adhered to the race rules as described by event controller Marquita Gelderman.

Show Profile  Greg Posted: 3 December 2007, 10:55 AM  
But you sure as hell spewed in the drinking zone

This message was edited by Greg on 3 December 2007, 6:10 PM

Show Profile  Jamie Posted: 3 December 2007, 2:13 PM  

Show Profile  jeffg Posted: 3 December 2007, 2:33 PM  
The results have been received and will be given due consideration for selection purposes. As a former holder of the Auckland Wine O title, the convenor of the selection panel fully appreciates the gravity of these events, but was distressed to see video footage of one of the worst relay changeovers in recent orienteering memory. However, despite this egregious transgression of the competition rules which threatens to bring this event into disrepute, it is slated for inclusion in the major event calendar once the 250 m contour interval has been approved by the Technical Committee.

Show Profile  SJ Posted: 3 December 2007, 4:13 PM  
Stunning. That is quality footage.

Still, didn't break any rules, even asked the controller before the expulsion.

Show Profile  addison Posted: 3 December 2007, 4:35 PM  
I am all for Jagers efforts. If it was Soggy Aiden who won the competition, I would expect him to give up his title to Jager for the stellar effort in transition zone.

Simon (current holder of sim-o'n)

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