Well done to Linda for tonight’s StreetO in central Harrogate. The results are here.
Thank you to everyone for coming. It was a beautiful evening to catch before the clocks go back. Every control was visited at least once but no-one got them all. From post-race discussions it sounded like there were some sneaky goings on invesigating some potential alleys. I think it must have been the influence of the slightly spooky customers who joined us in the pub for a drink after the event. (It is only a few days until Halloween!)
My phone’s stop-watch was playing up so I hope I got the times correct. If anyone wants to dispute their time let me know. I’m open to persuasion! We look forward to seeing you all again in two weeks time at Jennyfields planned by Susan Birtwistle.
Well done to Luke and Adrian Parker for a successful second “Lampo” event in the Autumn StreetO series last night. It was a decent turnout despite the weather. Results are here. Next event is on Tuesday 20th October from the Tap and Spile in Harrogate.
First of the autumn Street-O events in Burn Bridge was held in daylight (well almost), the results are now available – have a look at the events page here. Come and have a go at the next one on 6th October – by then head-torches will be a good idea!
Sunday saw a reasonable turnout and some excellent weather for CLARO’s first event of the new season.
Results and Splits
BOF Ranking Points
Everything seemed to go well for our first event of the new season. The weather was far better than expected or forecast, and the majority certainly seemed to enjoy themselves. There were a few comments about how physical the courses were, but the planner made the best of the terrain available. My thanks to the usual suspects – Mark as planner and Graham as controller, the CLARO helper teams, Alastair Harvey from Yorkshire Water and the British Canoe Union for the use of their facilities.
There were two items found in the assembly area: an Army issue green towel and a reasonably old pair of sunglasses. Contact me if you wish to claim them.
Hanging Moor was a beautiful place to be today, chiefly due to the glorious weather. The terrain varies between lovely runnable paths and moorland to steep and rough slopes with plenty of vegetation. There was always going to be a tricky ascent for all courses through the felled slope at the beginning. I think Mark did a great job in getting the courses through this without too much difficulty for competitors. The other area that competitors seemed to struggle with was the woodland inside the deer fencing; although the map could do with some improvement in this area, it was generally a lovely bit of wood and was well worth using.