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Airienteers, Orienteering in Airedale and Wharfedale and Leeds and Bradford

Roundhay Streets

Aire Night Score league

Wed 13 January, 2016

Level of event: Level D

Type of event: race, score, night



Apologies for the mistake in the location for #45 – that was my fault! It was on the next road junction to the south. The control was marked in the wrong place on the postbox map and I didn’t realise when reccying them last week. In my defence, I picked up the other two that were that the wrong junctions!

Despite my best efforts to even the scales, Leon came out as winner, but rumour has it that he definitely had to think about it this evening! He’s just too fast. Lucy and Kirsty jointly won the women’s race – Lucy obviously putting that previous orienteering experience into good practise!

Good to see lots of non-AIRE members (especially from local running clubs) in attendance and up there and competing as well. It was certainly v tight between scores in the middle of the table.
Also good to see some new faces and some new families as well. I hope you all enjoyed it and look forward to seeing you at future events.

Pre Event Info

Thanks for everyone who came tonight on a chilly night that ended up also being slightly damp. I hope it was challenging – I deliberately neglected to mention the map was a 1:15000 scale map and thus a long way between controls in places….

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Organiser: Richard Foster 01132 668323

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