Our first league event for this year enjoyed sunshine and only a light breeze – a contrast from the previous few days.
All the MapRun results are available via the appp or at this link. Remember that these results aren’t adjusted for penalties.
The results table, with penalties applied, is below – please get in touch if something doesn’t look right!
Thanks to John Dixon for planning this event, here’s his report:
A few good days meant the tracks were dry for the 53 riders who turned up on a sunny Saturday at High Paradise. The course was (hopefully) laid out so that most people could reach the high scores
and the fitter/faster/smarter riders had to go a bit further to mop up the lower values.
In fact two riders – Andy Conn & Nuno Cerquiera cleaned up – Andy with an impressive 23minute margin. Most were comfortably home in just under the 3 hours with quite respectable scores. Just a reminder to be careful on the public highways.
Catering at High Paradise is first class and many stayed back to enjoy sandwiches, cake, coffee and scones afterwards.
This is early days for Maprun and although the benefits are numerous it does take some getting used to! More than one rider had to be guided by the ever so patient Tim Evans to get started.
There are lessons to be learned in recording starters and finishers but all in all a grand day out
|charles rebecca mayes||GEN||332||63.2|
|alan olivia kinnear||GEN||185||35.2|
|andy corinne parsons||MIX50||325||61.9|
|joseph serena hartley||MIX50||300||57.1|
|Andrea Steve Foster||MIX60||427||81.3|
Can we have the competition map added for those that couldn’t make it to view and contemplate what might have been achievable.
Hi Jens – that’s added now, enjoy contemplating routes!
Thanks to John and everyone helping on the event.
Sunny weather, great views, plenty of well surfaced tracks, map I could read, event centre with easy parking and good food eaten with friends. What a super start to the summer series!
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