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Airienteers, Orienteering in Airedale and Wharfedale and Leeds and Bradford

Meanwood Park - Winter Night Score League .

2nd event in a series of 8.

Wed 15 January, 2020

Level of event: Local

Type of event: Score, Urban, Night

Results

Results  

Very well done to Paul, Alice, Tim and Al for clearing all the controls

I did think it should be possible and had toyed with an A & B map and not go into the Urban area but

I decided on lots of controls across the map was a better option.

Also brilliant to see good number of newcomers who I hope we will see again at other events in the series

Finally many thanks to Rob, Al, Jake and Paul for control collecting -much appreciated

Pre Event Info

Winter Night Score Flyer 2020

Mass start 45 and 60 minute score event.

Bring a torch and a pen.

Juniors (-16) must be accompanied and supervised by an adult

High viz clothing is required as a small part of course is in urban area.



Directions / Parking

Assembly and parking : Car park at the Myrtle Tavern, Parkside Road. You cannot drive from The Ring Road to the Myrtle Tavern directly along Parkside Road. You need to approach from Tongue Lane/Woodlea Park

After the race we will socialise at The Myrtle Tavern

Registration & Start Times

Registration 6.30 - 6.55

Mass start - 7.00

Entry Details

EOD only Seniors £4.00 Juniors and students £2.00

Course Information

45 minute and 60 minute course.

There are leagues for Men and Women, with prizes for the winners of Open Classes and Over 45 Classes. Your best 5 runs count.

Courses will use control kites, Bring a pen.

Hi Viz clothing is required as small part of the course is in urban environment.

The area is currently very wet O shoes/Trail shoes recommended.

Water levels are high please only cross the river at the bridges and the ford.




Terrain Description

Park, woodland and urban

Dog restrictions

On a tight lead please.

Contacts / Officials

Organiser: David Williams 07468 413939 davidrwilliams2@btinternet.com

Important Information

Safety and 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.

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