SWOC Park Cwm Darran Informal 19th Jan 2014

Results


Green Course: 13 controls 5 km 165 m

  1 A.Heeley                       40:31

  2 David May                      49:21

  3 Adrian Moir                    51:17

  4 Gill Lock                      58:42

  5 Caroline Dallimore             58:59

  6 Gill Manning                   59:01

  7 Roger Stein                    60:02

  8 John Mills                     65:53

  9 Caitlin Pearson                66:24

 10 Peter Havard                   66:25

 11 Kevin Bush                     66:38

 12 Peter Ribbans                  71:19

 13 Graham  Tough               71:20

 14 Anne May                       73:39

 15 Siobhan Lock                   92:40

 16 Judith Powell                 111:22

    Jane Bush                     110.47(MP)



Orange Course: 10 controls 3.2 km 190 m

  1 Carys Lock                     67:17

  2 Rachel Franks                  83:54

  3 Lyn Jones                     117:17

  4 Rosie Jones                   117:32



Yellow Course: 9 controls 2.3 km 70 m

  1 Paul Gray                      34:37

  2 Heidi Love (and family)        39:28

  3 Angie Ceaton                   44:08



Splits Here

Planner's Notes

Given the weather we had in the last few days (and every time I visited Parc

Cwm Darran), waking up to glorious sunshine was quite wonderful, and this

was reflected in a good turnout. Although cold and soggy underfoot, I think

everyone enjoyed the weather as much as I did. The challenge when planning

was to avoid the many "crossable" barbed-wire fences, which required using

control sites based on location, not always ideal. Some legs on the orange course

were quite challenging, and I must apologise that the ride into control 3 wasn't

quite as clear as it could have been. Many thanks to Stuart Lewis for helping me put out and check the controls, and

the various people who collected them in. Kate also had plenty of helpers bagging

maps and getting the start underway. Thanks to everyone who enjoyed Kate's

cakes - the money raised will go to Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF).
Fraser.