LOG Spring Series – Event 5: Ostler’s Plantation

The 2018 LOG Spring Series continues next Thursday, 26th April, with the fifth event at Ostler’s Plantation, nr Woodhall Spa. Three courses are on offer, with something available for runners and orienteers of all standards, and starts will be open from around 5:30pm. All the race details are on the website here, with further details about the series as a whole, along with the current series table, available here. Results from the fourth event at Londonthorpe Woods are available here.

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Fight the Night 2018 – Final Report

LOG’s Fight the Night series held it’s ‘cup final’ night at West Common last night, with the top 8 seeds from the previous weeks’ pool groups battling it out for the coveted FtN Handicap Cup. The orienteering was fast and frenetic and the planner made cunning use of both the terrain and urban sections to challenge the leading contenders to see who could bag the most controls in the 45 minutes available. The top four was hotly contested, with only 8 points separating fourth from 1st. The winner on the night was Liam Harrington (also ‘Best Non-Handicap Total across the series), with Marcus Lancastle in second and Paul Barnes in third.

For all the finale scores, go to the series table here.

Results, including handicap scores, from the fourth event can be found here

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EMOA League event: South Common – Sunday 4th February 2018

LOG’s EMOA league event at South Common on the new map, drawn by DVO’s Rich Parkin, passed off well today, helped by clear blue skies and fast conditions underfoot. The middle distance courses, planned by LOG’s John Mather, tested the runners techniques early on in the intricate green woodland areas, followed by legs across the quicker open parkland, where those with good engines could hit full gas!

Congratulations to all the course winners:
Brown – Richard Parkin (DVO)
Blue – Steve Schofield (NOC)
Green – Ben Squire (NOC)
Short Green – Mark Webster (NOC)
Light Green – Elspeth Jolly (HALO)
Orange – Ian Jarvis (LEI)
Yellow – Josh Bones (LOG)
White – Lewis Bones (LOG)

Full results are available here

Routegadget to plot and compare your routes is available here

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Race the Lincoln Parks – Final results

Race the Lincoln Parks finished this weekend, with the fourth and final event at South Common. Results from the event can be found here.

Congratulations to series winners: John Mather (Run); Anne Gibbs (Cruise) and Josie Day(Jog). Final series table is available here.

The next LOG series will be the annual Fight the Night, starting on Thursday 1st February – more details available on the relevant pages on the website and will be appearing here in the New Year.

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Stamford Town race: Report & Results

The second EMUL race in LOG’s calendar took place on Sunday 8th October in the picturesque market town of Stamford, with a mixture of technical legs through the snickers and ginnels of the old town, some faster stretches around the modern estates and, finally, good use made of the various parklands around the schools and river. Nearly 100 runners took to the courses planned by Jeff Baker and our congratulations go to the following winners:

Men’s Open – Liam Harrington (LOG)
Women’s Open – Sally Calland (RSOC)
Men’s Veterans – Paul Murgatroyd (LOG)
Women’s Veterans – Tanya Taylor (LOG)
Men’s SuperVeterans – Brian Ward (HALO)
Women’s SuperVeterans – Amanda Roberts (LOG)
Men’s UltraVeterans – Mick Smith (HH)
Women’s UltraVeterans – Liz Godfree (DVO)
Men’s Junior – Ben Ellis (ESOC)
Women’s Junior – Hannah Mather (LOG)

All the results of the event can be found here, with Routegadget to plot and compare routes here.

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Lincoln City Race – Report & Results

The annual Lincoln City race took place Sunday 20th August, around the technical suburbs of Birchwood and Doddington for the first time in three years. Over 115 runners competed across the classes and our congratulations go to the following winners:

Men’s Open – Richard Robinson (NOC)
Women’s Open – Holly Haywood (LOG)
Men’s Veterans – Francesco Lari (DVO)
Women’s Veterans – Tanya Taylor (LOG)
Men’s SuperVeterans – Andrew Ridgway (NOC)
Women’s SuperVeterans – Amanda Roberts (LOG)
Men’s UltraVeterans – Mick Smith (HH)
Women’s UltraVeterans – Hilary Palmer (NOC)
Men’s Junior – Jacob Botten (LOG)
Women’s Junior – Rachel Duckworth (DVO)

All the results of the event can be found here, with Routegadget to plot and compare routes here.

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