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Countryside Score

A Local event at Hathersage

On Wed 12th Sep 2018

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Thanks for coming; I hope you enjoyed a very different type of orienteering.  Do you think it worth doing one or more like this in future summers?

I think four runners had problems with Maprun (or phones) failing before the event had finished; we need to find out if there is any way of recovering partial runs and completing them manually for future events.

For those answering questions I must apologise for my sloppy assumption that the big ash tree was an oak at the control near the church.  I have mostly been generous in accepting close answers, including those on the short score who I suspect didn’t reach the correct gate at control 5 (all the top scorers did).   I have added a list of controls visited for the top scorers on each course (may not be correct order), but it takes too much time to do for all.  Anyone who needs to understand why their score is not what they expected, please email me.

These results will be updated when I can find (when I get home on Monday) or be emailed information on controls and timing from Tim W, Mark C and Nick L plus a time for John W.  I will also check the rest of the Maprun tracks to add unrecorded controls (already added some, see “plus” notes below).

Maprun raw results can be found here.  All four events are called 'Hathersage'; the sequence is 60m, 90m, 120m then 30m.                  

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 Short Score

controls

points

time

bonus time

adj time

penalty

total

 

1

Isabelle Hodgson

18

360

0:30:12

0:06:00

0:24:12

0

360

 

2

Seb Mobus

18

360

0:32:45

0:06:00

0:26:45

0

360

 

3

Euan Tryner

18

360

0:28:53

maprun

0:28:53

0

360

18, 14, 13, 10, 7, 3, 1, 2, 9, 6, 4, 5, 8, 15, 12, 17, 11, 16

4

Max Mobus

17

340

0:31:40

0:05:40

0:26:00

0

340

2 wrong, but only 1 disallowed

5

Sam Crawshaw

16

320

0:31:45

0:05:20

0:26:25

0

320

42 not 41 on building

6

Conrad Reuber

18

360

0:39:11

0:06:00

0:33:11

40

320

 

7

Robyn Stanyon

16

320

0:32:25

maprun

0:32:25

30

290

 

8

Olmo Combley

14

280

0:29:05

maprun

0:29:05

0

280

 

9

Sam Todd

15

300

0:37:39

0:05:00

0:32:39

30

270

 

10

Claudine Hodgson

13

260

0:26:45

0:04:20

0:22:25

0

260

 

11

Emil Howell

12

240

0:28:00

0:04:00

0:24:00

0

240

 

12

Pauline Tryner

11

220

0:23:33

maprun

0:23:33

0

220

 

13

Maia Howell

11

220

0:28:52

0:03:40

0:25:12

0

220

 

14

Alice Pieters

11

220

0:29:11

0:03:40

0:25:31

0

220

 

15

Anna Todd

11

220

0:29:28

0:03:40

0:25:48

0

220

 

16

Ben Townsend

11

220

0:32:58

0:03:40

0:29:18

0

220

 

17

Ethan Morgan

11

220

0:33:01

0:03:40

0:29:21

0

220

 

18

Sylvia Bates

12

240

0:32:47

maprun

0:32:47

30

210

 

19

Charlotte & Celia

10

200

0:30:19

0:03:20

0:26:59

0

200

 

20

Moira Chapman

10

200

0:30:01

maprun

0:30:01

10

190

 

21

Charlotte Chapman

9

180

0:26:05

0:03:00

0:23:05

0

180

 

22

Ben Ash

9

180

0:27:23

0:03:00

0:24:23

0

180

 

23

Robbie Lightfoot

9

180

0:28:27

0:03:00

0:25:27

0

180

 

24

James Bryant

9

180

0:28:43

0:03:00

0:25:43

0

180

 

25

Penny & Sylvia

9

180

0:29:07

0:03:00

0:26:07

0

180

 

26

Hannah Dixon

9

180

0:30:13

0:03:00

0:27:13

0

180

 

27

Isaac Oliver

9

180

0:33:17

0:03:00

0:30:17

10

170

 

28

Joseph

8

160

0:32:18

0:02:40

0:29:38

0

160

 

29

Oliver & Jake

8

160

0:33:07

0:02:40

0:30:27

10

150

 

30

Alfie Hall

10

200

0:34:36

maprun

0:34:36

50

150

 

31

Millie Norman

12

240

0:42:16

0:04:00

0:38:16

90

150

 

32

Jago Reynolds

7

140

0:23:43

0:02:20

0:21:23

0

140

 

33

Finley Hollinger

7

140

0:24:14

0:02:20

0:21:54

0

140

 

34

Margaux & Lawrence Hodgson

7

140

0:25:40

0:02:20

0:23:20

0

140

 

35

Marcia Bradbury

10

200

0:38:31

0:03:20

0:35:11

60

140

 

36

Toby Townsend

11

220

0:41:20

0:03:40

0:37:40

80

140

 

37

Rafferty

7

140

0:32:37

0:02:20

0:30:17

10

130

 

38

Eva & Emily

10

200

0:39:34

0:03:20

0:36:14

70

130

 

39

Ellen Ash

10

200

0:40:59

0:03:20

0:37:39

80

120

 

40

Erin & Martha Bryant

8

160

0:36:45

0:02:40

0:34:05

50

110

 

41

Marlowe

5

100

0:31:26

0:01:40

0:29:46

0

100

 

42

Pasco Reynolds

4

80

0:25:29

0:01:20

0:24:09

0

80

 

43

Freddie & Milo Holdsworth

4

80

0:25:33

0:01:20

0:24:13

0

80

 

44

Chris Guy

4

80

0:29:17

maprun

0:29:17

0

80

 

45

Iris & Sara

9

180

1:06:30

0:03:00

1:03:30

340

0

 

46

Grace K and Grace H

4

80

1:06:06

0:01:20

1:04:46

350

0

 

For the long score, I have moved runners to the next time band if their penalty is more than 50.  I’ve left them greyed out in the lower category too.

60 minute score

controls

points

time

bonus time

adj time

penalty

total

 

1

Trevor Hindle

12

240

0:57:25

0:04:00

0:53:25

0

240

10, 5,3,4,2,6,7,8,9,11,33,34

2

Jenny Lightfoot

11

220

0:53:19

maprun

0:53:19

0

220

10,9, 8,7, 6, 2, 4, 3, 5, 34, 3

3

Alex & Charlie Elliot

11

220

0:57:03

maprun

0:57:03

0

220

11, 10, 3, 4, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 33 plus 5

4

Amanda Crawshaw

 

240

1:05:05

0:04:00

1:01:05

20

220

 

5

Paul Norman

11

220

1:03:43

0:03:40

1:00:03

10

210

 

6

Andew and Ellen Hartog

10

200

0:58:29

0:03:20

0:55:09

0

200

 

7

Steve Dempsey

 

200

0:59:00

maprun

0:59:00

0

200

 

8

Oscar & Dave Peel

9

180

0:54:53

maprun

0:54:53

0

180

 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 2, 4, 3, 5

9

Jon & Spike Fullwood

9

180

0:58:32

0:03:00

0:55:32

0

180

 

10

Paul Bradbury

9

180

1:02:39

0:03:00

0:59:39

0

180

 

11

Lynden Hartmann

 

180

1:05:43

0:03:00

1:02:43

30

150

 

12

Simon Hodgson

 

200

1:08:58

0:03:20

1:05:38

60

140

 

13

Colin Drury

 

180

1:07:51

0:03:00

1:04:51

50

130

 

14

Hazel Hindle

7

140

1:04:12

0:02:20

1:01:52

20

120

 

15

Susan Guy

5

100

0:54:27

maprun

0:54:27

0

100

 10, 9, 11, 5, 3

16

Claire Brict

5

100

1:01:30

0:01:40

0:59:50

0

100

 

17

Lester Hartmann

 

80

0:39:26

0:01:20

0:38:06

0

80

 

18

Tom Guilding & Heather Hartmann

11

220

1:18:53

0:03:40

1:15:13

160

60

 

19

Louise Reynolds

6

120

1:10:48

0:02:00

1:08:48

90

30

 
                   

90 minute score

controls

points

time

bonus time

adj time

penalty

total

 

1

Dom Dakin

20

400

1:32:44

0:06:40

1:26:04

0

400

34,33,31,30,29,28,27,26,25,24,23,21,15,14,12,6,7,8,9,10

2

Richard Hunt

18

360

1:31:06

0:06:00

1:25:06

0

360

33,34,32,31,30,29,28,27,26,25,24,23,21,15,14,8,9,10

3

Colin Lynch

18

360

1:27:54

maprun

1:27:54

0

360

10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 12, 14, 15, 23, 24, 25, 26, 22, 16, 20, 13 plus 21 and 11

4

Mary Fleming

21

420

1:43:33

maprun

1:43:33

140

280

 

5

Fiona Fullwood

13

260

1:29:26

0:04:20

1:25:06

0

260

 

6

Stephanie Coe

12

240

1:21:09

0:04:00

1:17:09

0

240

 

7

John Williams

12

240

1:30:00

0:04:00

1:26:00

0

240

time not recorded

8

Alex Dhawan

12

240

1:30:40

0:04:00

1:26:40

0

240

 

9

Tom Guilding & Heather Hartmann

11

220

1:18:53

0:03:40

1:15:13

0

220

 

10

Jacky Dakin

11

220

1:26:56

0:03:40

1:23:16

0

220

 

11

Simon Hodgson

10

200

1:08:58

0:03:20

1:05:38

0

200

 

12

Colin Drury

9

180

1:07:51

0:03:00

1:04:51

0

180

 

13

Hilary Bloor

7

140

1:24:16

0:02:20

1:21:56

0

140

 

14

Louise Reynolds

6

120

1:10:48

0:02:00

1:08:48

0

120

 34, 32, 31, 29, 19, 17

15

Ellen Dhawan

4

80

1:17:20

0:01:20

1:16:00

0

80

 
                   

120 minute score

controls

points

time

bonus time

adj time

penalty

total

 

1

Martin Ward

25

500

1:57:55

maprun

1:57:55

0

500

10, 5, 3, 4, 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 12, 14, 15, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 33

2

Penny Collier

22

440

1:58:21

maprun

1:58:21

0

440

34, 32, 31, 29, 26, 27, 25, 24, 23, 21, 15, 14, 12, 7, 6, 2, 4, 3, 5, 10, 33 plus 30

3

Mary Fleming

21

420

1:43:33

maprun

1:43:33

0

420

10, 5, 3, 4, 2, 6, 7, 8, 12, 14, 15, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 17, 33

4

Sarah Broadhurst

 

140

1:57:59

0:02:20

1:55:39

0

140

 

Long score overall: points per target hour

   

Just for interest this attempts to create a single result list, scaling the 90 and 120 minute scores down to 60 minutes.

   

target minutes

points

points/ hour

1

Dom Dakin

90

400

267

2

Martin Ward

120

500

250

3

Trevor Hindle

60

240

240

4

Richard Hunt

90

360

240

5

Colin Lynch

90

360

240

6

Jenny Lightfoot

60

220

220

7

Alex & Charlie Elliot

60

220

220

8

Amanda Crawshaw

60

220

220

9

Penny Collier

120

440

220

10

Paul Norman

60

210

210

11

Mary Fleming

120

420

210

12

Andew and Ellen Hartog

60

200

200

13

Steve Dempsey

60

200

200

14

Mary Fleming

90

280

187

15

Oscar & Dave Peel

60

180

180

16

Jon & Spike Fullwood

60

180

180

17

Paul Bradbury

60

180

180

18

Fiona Fullwood

90

260

173

19

Stephanie Coe

90

240

160

20

Alex Dhawan

90

240

160

21

John Williams

90

240

160

22

Lynden Hartmann

60

150

150

23

Tom Guilding & Heather Hartmann

90

220

147

24

Jacky Dakin

90

220

147

25

Simon Hodgson

60

140

140

26

Simon Hodgson

90

200

133

27

Colin Drury

60

130

130

28

Hazel Hindle

60

120

120

29

Colin Drury

90

180

120

30

Susan Guy

60

100

100

31

Claire Brict

60

100

100

32

Hilary Bloor

90

140

93

33

Lester Hartmann

60

80

80

34

Louise Reynolds

90

120

80

35

Sarah Broadhurst

120

140

70

36

Ellen Dhawan

90

80

53

An evening score orienteering event in the beautiful countryside surrounding Hathersage. Suitable for experienced orienteers, newcomers, runners and children - there is an option to suit everyone.

Hathersage 2

Entry

Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to request a map (senior or junior score course) by 6pm Tuesday 11th September. Also indicate if you are likely to attend the social (see below).

Format

For adults who would like a long run this will be a score event (visit as many points as possible in the time allowed) on public footpaths (and open access ground if you get out of the valley) using an ordnance survey map, so similar to a mini mountain marathon.  It is based on MDOC's Countryside Score events, but with SYO variations.   You have a choice of a 60 minute, 90 minute or 2 hour score event (can change choice during run if closing time allows). Under 16s can take part in the this event if accompanied by an adult. 

For under 16s and adults who prefer a short run there will be a 30 minute score event in Hathersage using an orienteering map.

There are 2 options for recording the controls you visit:

1) Maprun - Upload the Maprun App to your android or apple phone, plus the event files, and it will automatically recognise that you have reached each control point. See details below.

2) Pencil & Paper - At each control you need to answer a question (e.g. the question is "Telephone pole number at 2m”, answer column has “163_ _”  means spotting the plate 2m up the pole  with 16347 written on it and filling the blanks with "47").  

Location

Registration, start and finish will be in the new Heart of Hathersage centre on Main Road (nearly opposite the Spar shop/petrol station - S32 1AA).  Outside outdoor gear shop have generously allowed to keep their car park open for us after their closing time: enter beside the petrol station.  We need to lock it up soon after 20:00.

Please don't park in 'The Croft' or on residential roads as this will upset local residents and jeopardise future events in the village.

Timings

Registration 17:15-18:30
Starts from 17:30- 18:40. 

Bring your SI card or borrow one (no charge) for start and finish timing if doing the pencil & paper version. 

Sunset at 19:29, so we will be closing down the finish at 20:00.  You must start before 17:50 for 2 hours, before 18:20 for 90 minutes.  

You will be able to allow you to run the event on another day and your name will be added to the results, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details.

Costs

£5 seniors
£4 orienteering or fell-running club members
£3 juniors & students

Individuals, pairs and groups welcome. Just pay for 1 entry.

Social

Afterwards we are meeting at the Millstone Inn (S32 1DA). Please feel free to join us for food or drinks. Just order from the main menu at your convenience. 

Footwear

Both events are mainly on footpaths, with some steep sections, but most routes will have a small amount of tarmac.  Ideal footwear will have good grip, but probably not dob studs

Maprun details

If your Android or Apple phone has GPS functions, you can use Maprun.  You can get all the data at home/work while you are connected to WiFi.  If so, you won’t need data during the event, just GPS.

Maprun can be loaded to your Android phone from Google App Store, to your iPhone from Apple App Store.

You need to register yourself in the Maprun app, then search for the event in MR UK -> MR South Yorkshire.  There are four Hathersage events.  Choose ScoreV30 for the 30 minute score event on the Orienteering map.  Choose V60, V90 or V120 if you wish to do the long score.  If you switch to a different time limit after starting, don’t worry, we’ll adjust later.

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. This will only be opened in an emergency.

Photography

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.

 

 

Venue Details

The village of Hathersage and some surrounding countryside. It was mapped in 2010 and had not been used for an orienteeriing event before March 2011. The terrain is a mixture of pavement, road, track, grassy slopes, parkland, and (muddy) paths. Your footwear will be challenged, but there are no brambles or bracken.

 

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.

Photography

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.

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