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Australian Champs 2014 in WA

Show Profile  Jane H Posted: 28 September 2014, 3:52 PM  
Live results fro the Championship race is going well this afternoon. Use

www.o-lynxlive.com

Show Profile  PhillipH Posted: 28 September 2014, 4:41 PM  
audio feed at this link.. http://url.awdio.com/4oo6Dih.

Show Profile  Jane H Posted: 28 September 2014, 4:47 PM  
I would put this info on ONZ website chat if it would let me login. (Need to get that first step sorted).

Show Profile  R2 Posted: 28 September 2014, 7:06 PM  
Great to have O-Lynx and audio feed - almost like being there without getting wet, because it sounds very damp over in WA!!
I also had trouble logging on to the ONZ site... Roger W was very helpful in sorting this. It seems the 'log in' doesn't like spaces in names so I had to put a hyphen into the space (A Robertson became A-Robertson)

Show Profile  R2 Posted: 28 September 2014, 7:26 PM  
There is a FAQ section on the ONZ website http://www.orienteering.org.nz/faq/ that covers some of the login issues people have experienced. In fact looking at it now, the webmaster says the 'space in user name' issue has been resolved.
Back to the Aussie Champs thread ... well done to the Kiwis on some great results across the grades today. Title holders - Connor M16, Marisol W12, Danielle W16, Lizzie W21E, Al M45 and Kay WOpenB plus lots of top 10 placings from the rest of the kiwi contingent.

Show Profile  rob.g Posted: 28 September 2014, 11:20 PM  
The best Kiwi result was Max Griffiths in M16 winning the long by 13.5 minutes in his first Australian race.

Max was left out of the original team but put in after a successful protest.

Show Profile  Jane H Posted: 29 September 2014, 10:52 AM  
Hope the Edwards family celebrated their two wins on the first day. And the Cory-Wrights their two podium placings.

Show Profile  jeffg Posted: 29 September 2014, 1:47 PM  
Is the sprint going to be on O-Lynx? Yesterday's coverage was excellent, with some fantastic kiwi results.

Spare a thought for those competing in M55, where the likes of Vincent, Key and Lawford would be a formidable line up in any event.

Show Profile  Jane H Posted: 29 September 2014, 5:44 PM  
Toph was early runner in M21E then got the live results going ok. Great results again for NZ.

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 29 September 2014, 10:47 PM  
One-two, one-two, one-two. W21E. Amazing.

Show Profile  Jymbo Posted: 1 October 2014, 1:54 AM  
Tomorrow is the Australian Schools Individual Championships. All going well there will be a live video stream from 2 camera angles. You can view the stream on the Livestream channel below. You will have to sign up to a free livestream account to view the broadcast.

Results will also be going live to o-lynxlive.com.

Keep a eye on the Orienteering Australia Facebook page for any other news and updates.

https://new.livestream.com/easter3daystv/ausschoolsindividual

Show Profile  R2 Posted: 1 October 2014, 9:03 AM  
Looking forward to watching the school champs live....seems very strange not actually being there!
Is there a link to the start draw anywhere?

Show Profile  MikeB Posted: 1 October 2014, 12:27 PM  
Anna start list up on the O-lynx site Jane posted above.

Show Profile  Michael Posted: 1 October 2014, 10:39 PM  
Some comment as to what these results mean in terms of teams? Get me a Morrison, or a Trewin please!

Show Profile  Jymbo Posted: 2 October 2014, 12:20 AM  
http://www.attackpoint.org/discussionthread.jsp/message_997503#message997867

Show Profile  JC-W Posted: 2 October 2014, 3:14 AM  
Hi Michael, sorry about delay.The results of aus schools are on winsplits. The team members placing are on the NZ secondary schools supporters Facebook page. We had trouble with team points because eventor did not have the team members running for states but for their club and Derek had to translate this. We are about to go to bed but are pretty certain NZ in the lead with Tasmania and Vic following. This event is hard for us to lose because the Aussie state teams often don't have a 3rd strong runner. We have depth.


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