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Night Cup 5 at Hugset

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Tue 21st Feb 2012 Start Times 18:30


Organiser's Comments

Thanks to all who ran at Hugset, especially those who travelled a fair distance. Apologies for my misplacement of a control on a thicket, hope it didn't spoil runs too much. The event was all sorted in under a week, after it became clear there was a demand to have the event at Hugset. Well done to Simon on his planning of the courses. SYO guidance for this event was to have an estimated winning time of 35-50 min for long and middle, which seems spot on.
Paul Bradbury

Results:

Long (4.8 km)
1 Alex Rothman SYO 38:54
2 Rachel Rothman SYO 41:27
3 Joe Taunton NGOC 42:33
4 Ralph Street ShUOC 43:06
5 Rob Kelly AIRE 56:49
6 Joe Woodley AIRE 58:54
7 Steve Whitehead EBOR 65:05
8 Mark Thomson FVO 73:29
9 Roger Lewis SYO 73:41
10 Richard Baxter SYO 74:00
11 Tim Wiegand SYO 82:58
12 Nick Lightfoot SYO 84:22
13 Andy Kelly AIRE 88:26
14 Henry Marston SYO 98:24
rtd Amanda Leo SYO 46:09
rtd Chris Littler SYO 74:53
       
Medium (3.5 km)
1 Michael Adams SYO 49:53
2 Katherine Hall SYO 56:33
3 Ian Cooper SYO 61:21
       
Short (2.0 km)
1 Monica Cooper SYO 39:04
2 Linda Kelly CLARO 41:46
3 Louise Adams SYO 54:18

Venue Details

Hugset Wood, not far from junction 37 on the M1, is a small wood full of bell-pits and other evidence of mining activity.  It is very similar to Tankersley Wood nearby, which is arguably technically the best of SYO's areas.

The wood offers a fast and challenging race on old mining terrain in mainly gently-sloping runnable mature woodland. It contains over 80 bell pits, some of whose spoil mounds are over 25m in diameter. There are also over 200 other pits and depressions as well as many other brown features in an area less that 1sq km. The pits vary in size with the largest 5 being up to 15m diameter and 5m deep.

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