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Queen's Birthday Weekend

Show Profile  Jamie Posted: 30 May 2011, 10:47 PM  

Show Profile  GeneO Posted: 1 June 2011, 5:03 AM  
Rememeber to enter the sprint and the relay!

Show Profile  thomasr Posted: 1 June 2011, 3:01 PM  
I pick the Northerners to take the lead this weekend

Show Profile  Jamie Posted: 2 June 2011, 6:11 AM  
The absence of Penny and Piret will definitely even it up, but I'm pretty confident the Scorchers will still see it through...

Who would have thought that a few years ago, the Scorchers winning a super series with points to spare and athletes missing...

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 2 June 2011, 9:39 AM  
Should be good, I hope we'll get blow by blow points totals during the weekend. (Pity that the Southerners missed out on a home round this time or it could have been even more exciting.)

Show Profile  Paul I Posted: 3 June 2011, 10:58 AM  
Nice weather eh, the summer could at least have held out for another few days.
Is everyone ready...

Show Profile  Paul I Posted: 4 June 2011, 12:49 PM  
Winsplits up nice and quick, thanks Auckland...

unofficial results jotted down from the Albany Sprint, which was even wetter and colder, and a couple of minor(?) injuries from slipping over. PS; Toby ran later as it was getting dark and could hardly read his map.
1. 15:27 Ross Morrison
2. 16:13 Tim Robertson
3. 16:30 Karl Dravitzski
4. 16:37 Matt Ogden
5. 16:42 Simon Uppill
6. 16:58 Jourdan Harvey
7. 17:02 Duncan Morrison
8. 17:24 Thomas Reynolds
9. 17:49 Joshua Blatchford
10.17:53 Toby Scott
11.17:57 Tane Cambridge
12.18:02 Greg Flynn
13.18:32 Murray Scown
14.18:34 Nick Harris
15.19:05 Lachlin Dow
16.19:06 Ed Cory-Wright
17.20:26 Michael Adams
18.20:36 Evan Barr
19.21:07 Hick Hann
20.21:07 Jony Oram
21.22:02 Steve Oram
22. mp Darren Ashmore

Not sure how seriously some took the race, but it looked very ticky and awesome.
Anyone who was missing was too soft and must have opted for a hot shower instead
Sorry ladies and anyone else on C2, ran out of time to get results. They're sure to appear on the web site at some point.

Show Profile  Marquita G Posted: 4 June 2011, 1:51 PM  
Oh well Michael, you're not the only one who got beaten by a 13 yr old Ed CW today!

Show Profile  Tobes Posted: 4 June 2011, 2:43 PM  
Thanks to everyone who came and braved the weather!
Ive got a northerners top and pair of navy trimtex socks (probably aussies) and Ill have them at the event tomorrow.

Show Profile  DMjunior Posted: 4 June 2011, 2:46 PM  
A points update for the Test Match
NZ Men - 30
NZ Women - 29
NZ Total - 49
AUS Men - 19
AUS Women - 22
AUS Total - 41

The sprint race will not count for points due to a number of factors relating to the race.

Show Profile  HeadHoncho Posted: 5 June 2011, 12:30 AM  
I make AUS men 9+6+4+2 = 21

Show Profile  DMjunior Posted: 5 June 2011, 12:53 PM  
Update on points

NZ- 156
AUS- 104

*points include correction from the first day.

Show Profile  rob.g Posted: 6 June 2011, 11:07 AM  
Big win for Gene Beveridge today with his first M21 victory to back up his close 2nd to Karl yesterday, but Toby won the 3 day. Also Angela came back to form today with a great win, but Kate won the 3 day.

An excellent 3 day event, and NorthWest will have learn't a lot with regards next year's Nationals.

Big thanks to Phillip Herries from Hawkes Bay for the use of his tracking system which was appreciated by everyone.

Show Profile  pete s Posted: 6 June 2011, 11:11 AM  
Great job NW and A orienteering clubs - was a brilliant 3 days, and great to be doing a multi day distance event again. Huge thanks to all the volunteers and helpers - a great weekend of racing!

Show Profile  AllanJ Posted: 6 June 2011, 11:44 AM  
Overall results only includes day 1 & 2?? Thank you to all the course setters & controllers for some excellent courses and challenges.

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