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Near: Rusland, full details...
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Annual closed club event - RELOCATED
Unfortunately the weather forced a change of venue for this event to Birkrigg Common.
As has been standard for the Club Champs this is a handicapped event, but this year there will be 2 Club Champions:
- Under 16
- Over 16.
- Dave Walton - LOC Club Champion (16+)
- Dylan Kenny - LOC Club Champion (u 16) new category/trphy this year
- Lindsey Bayles - Fast Cat Trophy - most senior member to achieve Champioship Badge 2018 that hasn't won the trophy previously
- Dick Towler - Navigator Trophy - in special recognition of service to LOC
- Dylan was also awarded the Ian Blakey Shield for most progress by a Junior in 2018
|Orange||Amelia Thompson||Quinn Thompson|
|Green||Lucy Gibson||Tim Field|
|Blue||Hollie Orr||Matt Rooke|
...and Iain Smith-Ward deserves a special mention for his organisational efforts, especailly beacuse of the late change of venue due to snow and planning/printing courses in 24 hours.
Part of the 2018/2019 NWOA Night Event League
This event is cancelled due to the weather, more information will follow.
The controls, including the finish, will be enabled in contactless mode so that those with SIAC dibbers should not need to physically punch the controls.
If you are using contactless punching there is no need to touch the control boxes, and it has been noted that some runners hit them hard enough to knock them out of the ground and potentially damage the control box. Please don't do this because a failed control would disrupt the event results for all the competitors.
However, note that it will be necessary to punch the start controls which will not be programmed in contactless mode.
Some notes on using SIACs are attached.
There may also be SAFETY controls after the FINISH which must be punched by all runners - this is necessary to enable us to confirm that all runners have returned from the course.
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