Crimson Hill Sprint - Results

Crimson Hill,Lindfield

Thanks for coming out despite the weather. Especial thanks to those who pre-entered, it made our small technology meltdown less dramatic.

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For late starters, controls 206 & 207 were vandalised at different times. anyone who found one of these has been given the points for both.

Eoin wins Australian MTBO Title

The champ

Eoin Rothery won the sprint discipline at the Aus MTBO champs by 20 seconds from fellow Waleman Andrew Power.

Hungary or just thirsty ?

Readers of the Journal of Applied Big Footery may remember an article about the different drinks served at the finish of orienteering events in different countries. To add to that list we bring hot blackcurrant (I think).

Also more conventional Hungarian fare:

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Thanks to Paula and her merry pink crew for today's event. On behalf of the club, thanks to those who pre-entered - it makes life much easier for the organisers.

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Wiz record falls as Greg wins at Long Champs

After 4 decades of competition and 1 DNF/DSQ/MP, Wiz was another victim of the punch-didn't register problem at today's long champs. Whilst Greg Barbour won M50A in a time so fast that he should get a 4kg handicap for next year, the breaking story on Wiz's MP was all that the global audience watching the live feed on the interwebs was interested in.

"Never heard of this Street character, but I've just lost $2million seeing Wiz disqualified at #ozchamps" tweeted Warren Buffet.

"#ozchamps stab in the back for Wiz and me" tweeted a T. Abbott from Sydney.

Debbie grabs gold as Big Foot take five titles

Big Foot women led the way with five titles at the Australian Sprint championships in Ballarat. Debbie Byers took her first ever title in W60A whilst at the lowest end of the age classes, Nea Shingler won the corresponding 10A title with Oliver Freeman winning the boys. Greg "goldfinger" Barbour maintained his unbeaten carnival, whilst Tracy Marsh stepped down to W35A to win.

The small area made for congested competition, with  a few head-on collisions, map exchanges and a lot of red-and-white tape.

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