Cawthorne & Deffer at Cawthorne Woods
Sun 1st Mar 2015 Start Times 10:30 - 12:30
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String course results from Cawthorne
Great to see so many enthusiastic trains chugging round the track - using their imaginations very well! Fastest time (if re-run) listed below.
Laurence Ward M7 ESOC 49
Natalie Martin W12 CLOK 51
Robbie Lightfoot M6 SYO 54
Lucy Ward W5 ESOC 58
George Martin M9 CLOK 1.00
Jack Beavers M6 AIRE 1.11
Max Straube M5 OD 1.16
Ali Broadest M6 AIRE 1.17
James Martin M5 CLOK 1.37
Charlotte Beavers W4 AIRE 2.26
Beth Broadest W3 AIRE 2.36
Alex Johnson M2 SYO 3.00
Wilson C.Hugginton M4 CHUG 3.32
Update Sunday 1 March: Results posted.
Planner and controller comments added
Routegadget ready. There are two RG2 events, one for Courses Black, Brown and Short Brown and the other for White to Blue.
Unfortunately a few people (apologies to them) found our RG2 site before we had splits in the correct format and there are a few routes uploaded onto test versions. These are still visible but with a date of 28th Feb and the title ending "no splits".
Update Monday 23rd February: Start List published at link above.
Update Sunday 15th February: The final details are now available above.
Update Saturday 7th February: The flyer is now available above.
Results are posted, see links above.
Also Splitsbrowser graphs
Planner: Colin Drury (SYO)
Controller: Mike Ridealgh (EBOR)
Organiser: Paul Bradbury (SYO)
- Email: paul.syo “at” live.co.uk
- Mobile: 07963 044 108
Safety & risk
A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event. If a competitor has a pre-existing medical condition that they think should be declared, please complete a medical form at enquiries. The sealed envelope will only be opened in an emergency.
SYO has an agreed policy on the taking of photographs at events, based on national guidance. This provides a sensible balance between the benefits and risks associated with the taking and use of images. If you are unsure about acceptable practice, please speak to the event organiser. Read our photography policy.