Re: Mid-Atlantic Relay Teams
Sorry to hear it! We did have one extra person who was willing to run iftoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
needed, so I've asked him (Joe Garman) to step in. Hope your ankle heals
[mailto:Quantico_Orienteering_Club@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Tom
Sent: Saturday, December 09, 2006 9:34 AM
Subject: RE: [Quantico_Orienteering_Club] Mid-Atlantic Relay Teams
Thanks for putting me on such a competitive team.
Unfortunately I sprained my ankle a few days ago and have to scratch. I
was hoping to be able to run on it this weekend, but no such luck..
[mailto:Quantico_Orienteering_Club@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Peggy
Sent: Friday, December 08, 2006 10:06 PM
Subject: [Quantico_Orienteering_Club] Mid-Atlantic Relay Teams
Below are the QOC teams for the Mid-Atlantics on Sunday. Unless I hear
from you, I will assume you will run. :-)
Teams are listed in order of *suggested* leg order, but you & your
teammates can discuss and choose which leg each will run. The leg
lengths are 2.3 km with 9 controls; 2.73 km with 6 controls; and 2.1 km
with 8 controls. Level of difficulty has not been indicated; I assume
they're not super-hard courses.
Handicap, in time to be taken off of total, is listed next to the first
1. Tanner Harrison 11:52
2. Tom Strat 2:40
3. Kathleen Lennon 18:00
4. Bryan Williams 6:10
5. Greg Lennon 4:00
Questions, comments, and complaints (about the team make-up only),
please feel free to send my way.
Regarding running regular courses: I have no great strategic vision
about this, except to urge women to NOT run Blue. (Like we have to be
urged.) I suggest you run your normal course . though if you normally
run an advanced course, you may want to switch to one you think you
could score on.
Don't forget to note the distance you drive to the meet site.