Fight the Night – Race 3: Monday 18th Feb

The results for the second event can be found here, with the series table here.

Next Monday 18th Feb sees us move to the suburbs of the Ermine estate, with registration in the Yarborough Leisure centre car park from 6:30-7pm and a mass start, 45 minute score starting at 7:15pm. All details of the event are here, with the series overview here.

If you were at the second event, I will assume you’ll be at this one, unless you tell me otherwise. If you are coming along for the first time, then please contact Paul via email (pmmurgatroyd@aol.com), so we can predict map numbers, by no later than this Saturday (midnight).

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Belton and Londonthorpe Woods

Results for the event at Belton and Londonthorpe Woods are now available here with Routegadget to plot and compare routes is also available here.

Congratulations to the following course winners:
Brown – Richard Robinson (NOC)
Blue – Tanya Taylor (LOG)
Green – Steve Schofield (NOC)
Short Green – Hilary Palmer (NOC)
Light Green – Ben Glover (LEI)
Orange – Paige Warren (BAOC)
Yellow – Cerys Glover (LEI)
White – John Hartley (WAOC)

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LOG Handicap Championships – 23rd December 2018

This year’s club championship returned to Walesby. 25 runners took part on the Medium Chase, with the junior course unfortunately being uncontested. This year almost everyone ran over their handicap times with 3rd placed Paul Murgatroyd running 2 minutes and 2 seconds over his handicap. Justin Williams finished in second at at 2 minutes over his handicap. Winner Ben Mather was the only one that ran under his handicap, by a massive 5 minutes and 31 seconds recording one of the largest margins of victory of any year. In terms of the outright fastest, Paul Murgatroyd was the fastest, ahead of Liam Harrington and Ben Mather. Full results of the championships can be found here, with the full results from the event here. Thanks again to NOC for hosting the event.

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Race the Parks 2018: Finale

Today saw the finale of the 2018 Race the Parks series and congratulations go to the three course winners: Paul Murgatroyd (Run); Kathryn Lambert (Cruise) and Team Stevens (Jog). Many thanks to the planners for the 4 events: Anne Gibbs, Craig Lucas, Holly Haywood and John Mather.

The series overview is here. Results from the fourth event are here.

The club will be taking a break from running events now until the New Year, but club training will be continuing on Thursday evenings up to Christmas.

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Lincoln City Race – Sunday 19th August

Many thanks to all those who came and supported the Lincoln City Race today and we hope you enjoyed your run. Apologies for those who had to have their maps recycled – we plan to post out new copies in the next couple of days.

Results and Routegadget are now available here. Congratulations to all the course winners!

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Sea, Sand & Spires Weekend – Results

A cracking weekend of orienteering across Lincolnshire, the ‘Sea, Sand & Spires’ festival, with three races in three towns, saw around 150 orienteers race in at least one event, with many doing the ‘triple’, including the additional, fiendishly challenging Louth Cattle Market Maze on Saturday evening. LOG’sĀ Skegness Classic urban event, held in beautiful weather, saw the runners taking to the streets of this ‘interesting’ seaside resort, with a mix of traditional urban and unusual seafront features, giving them plenty to think about.

The results from the Skegness event can be found here, with Routegadget to plot and compare your results here.

Congratulations to course winners:
Men’s Open – Leon Foster (AIRE)
Men’s Veteran – David Hunt (BOK)
Men’s Super-Veteran – Keith Tonkin (BL)
Men’s Ultra-Veteran – Mick Smith (HH)
Men’s Hyper-Veteran – Guy Goodair (EPOC)
Men’s Junior (16-) – Ben Mather (LOG)
Men’s Junior (12-) – Alexander Barker (NOC)
Women’s Open – Charlotte Ward (HALO)
Women’s Veteran – Tanya Taylor (LOG)
Women’s Super-Veteran – Amanda Roberts (LOG)
Women’s Ultra-Veteran – Liz Godfree (DVO)
Women’s Hyper-Veteran – Judith Goodair (EPOC)
Women’s Junior (16-) – Natalie Martin (CLOK)
Women’s Junior (12-) – Ella Rush (BOK)

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