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Social and Twilight event at Rivelin Valley

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Thu 3rd Mar 2016 Start Times 17:00 - 18:00


Hope you enjoyed an early evening run around Rivelin.  Hopefully Peter's courses kept everyone out of the worst of the undergrowth.

Long – Green 3.5km 175 climb

Posn

Name

Class

Time

1.

Peter Tryner

M40

38.35

2.

Pippa Dakin

W18

47.40

3.

Tim Wiegand

M45

48.12

4.

Paul Bradbury

M55

56.24

5.

Peter Gorvett

M65

56.26

6.

Colin Smith

M50

56.49

Laura Daniel

W21

No time

Medium – Short Green 2.4km 110m climb

Posn

Name

Class

Time

1.

Rachel Rothman

W35

26.38

2.

Dominic Dakin

M16

27.11

3.

Sebastian Mobus

M16

30.50

4.

Jim Elder

M65

34.43

5.

Charles Hird

M65

36.57

6.

Ewan Tryner

M12

37.49

7.

Colin Drury

M65

38.47

8.

Colin Best

M65

38.53

9.

Pauline Tryner

W40

42.15

10.

Marcia Bradbury

W55

43.11

11.

Beverley Inkson

W45

52.53

12.

Julien Peters & Alice

M45

57.36

13.

Jackie Dakin

W55

58.54

Darren Lynch

M21

DNF

Orange 2.2km 100m climb

Posn

Name

Class

Time

1.

Max Mobus

M12

30.32

2.

Imogen Peters

W12

44.04

3.

Chris Bryant

W40

83.07

Nathen Peel & Dave

M5

DNF

Information

Pete Guillaume is running a twilight orienteering event at Rivelin. The event will be run from The Three Merry Lads with starts 5-6pm (though a later start can be negotiated). Three courses are available: easy orange, short difficult and long difficult. 

After the event we will gather for drinks and / or food (order from the main bar menu at your convenience). At 7.30pm expert coach,Nick Lightfoot, will be presenting a JK preparation session where he will discuss all aspects of the event including terrain, types of race, maps and route choice.

You are welcome to attend just the event or social as well as the whole evening. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Tuesday 1st March to pre-order your map and indicate whether you are likely to eat (to give the pub a rough idea of numbers) or attend the talk. Juniors are welcome to attend.

Venue Details

The Rivelin Valley map covers the wooded slopes on the south side of the valley above the Rivelin Reservoirs.  It is mixed woodland (mature conifer and deciduous plus some open areas and younger trees) with areas of contour interest.  Its runnability it at its best in winter and early spring; later in the year the vegetation can make going heavy in places.

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.

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