December 10, 2017

December 9 Esther Simplot Park Meet Results

Freezing temperatures didn't slow down brave participants of our last meet this year who came to sample new addition to our collection of maps. New Esther Simplot park addition to Willow/Veterans park map proved to be both challenging and fun! I certainly enjoyed  mid-course controls visible across the pond, as well as 4 last controls, with spectacular friendly clear views.

Here are overall results
Advanced (6/6)

112Ben Brock50:060:00
28Jay Morgan52:24+2:18
31Doug LaMott1:01:25+11:19
42Ole Bergset1:17:11+27:05
57Nikolai Morgan1:20:53+30:47
65Cinthia-Jim Gibson1:28:39+38:33
Intermediate (6/6)Status of: 3:00 PM

16Alexi-Amily Morgan46:580:00
210Melanie Wright50:46+3:48
39Jerry Stewart1:10:38+23:40
44Bonnie-Norma Coiner-Bailey1:32:33+45:35
3John Murraymp(34:53)
11Katrina Wrightdnf

Splits are available at Split times, WinSplits Online.

All courses are available at our RouteGadget where you can post your routes and GPS tracks. Click here to access December 9 Esther Simplot park meet courses.

We will publish next year schedule of events soon. Stay tuned!

Sergey Velichko


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Stegeda said...

Hi. Do you have any events over the holiday break? I belong to the Cascade Orienteering Club ... rather a newbee still, but I am thoroughly enjoying it. I’m visiting family in the Boise area. Just asking, just in case. Steve Daylong

Melanie said...

Hi Steve. Sorry we've got over the holiday break. Our next meet will be the end of January, early February on a new map in the foothills North of town. We have to play it day by day this time of year to make sure we have a runnable course and don't cause damage. Our plans for the year are posted under "Calendar and results". We'll also be updating and using "events" on Facebook this year so if you use Facebook, you can get updates that way. I can also add have you added to our Yahoo email distribution list if you like. Melanie W