Final Results & Split Times
Routegadget & Splitsbrowser
BOF Ranking Scores
Southern England Orienteering Urban League Standings
TempO Final Results
TempO Solution Sheet
Photos by Steve Rush
There has been one change to the MV & WV class results due a mistake in allocating a correct class. The results above & SEOUL standings have been updated, all other results are course-based and so there is no impact. Apologies for not spotting this obvious error.
I was Organiser in name only really, as Alan and Mick had put in all the hard work in advance to ensure that my job on the day was really just to act as a point of contact. So I’d like to say a big thank you to them for all their hard work. I’d also like to thank the many volunteers who helped on the day to ensure that everything ran smoothly. There are too many names to mention, but you all know who you are, and, as always, the Club is grateful for all your help in putting on these events.
TempO Organiser’s Comments
We had a lovely time organising the TempO for people to enjoy at UEA yesterday. We were pleased with the number of competitors and saw 30 people take part.
Due the high number of competitors, we were unable to offer control 6 to later entrants, which is reflected in the results. There is also a glitch in the results as incorrect answers are meant to be red, and correct ones black, but in some clusters this has not happened. The results however are correct.
I wish to thank Julia Paul, Anne Braggins & Dick Keighley for their help prior to the day for all the planning involved, and Anne, Dick & David for their help putting the controls out on the day.
I also wish to thank all the folk that helped with a cluster – Michael Dudley, David Coton, Barbara George, Nick Pullen, Karen Goldsworthy, Philip, Katherine, Thomas and William Bartram, and Andrew Gayford – for most it was the first time doing TempO, and they all did really well. Thanks also to those who collected controls.
Most of all I would like to thank those who took part – without you it wouldn’t have been a successful event. if you have any queries about the results, or any other TrailO questions please do not hesitate to contact me, either via facebook or the NOR “awards” email address (NOR who’s who).
I would like to thank all the volunteers who worked on the day for us. It was a good day.
Chair, BOF TrailO Group
As usual I found it a pleasure to work with Paul again. He put such a lot of time and effort into both mapping and planning the courses for this event. His thorough approach makes controlling an easy job. Also, in such a small area it doesn’t take too much time to check all the controls.
Paul even devised his own scheme for mapping the various levels of the UEA complex, which may have taken a bit of getting used to, but I think worked well. It is certainly a confusing place and most senior competitors probably found themselves on the wrong level at least once. I heard mostly compliments about the challenging courses. The only minor grumble I heard was about the placing of some of the control numbers on the map – and it was certainly difficult not to obscure some feature and we probably had to compromise, so my apologies if we misplaced one or two of them.
I hope most of you enjoyed the event, and I certainly look forward to the next sprint event at UEA – probably one of the most technically challenging areas in East Anglia!
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