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Exeter Street O

Thu 14th Jun 2018

Info updated: 15th Jun
Type of event: Urban
Type of terrain: Urban

Results

Results: Exeter Street O 14.6.18

Report

This was a really enjoyable event and a full 60 minutes of activity. Thanks to Steve for planning and organising. 'Surprisingly varied terrain and interesting route choice. Not sure who put all the hills in the way, but they did a good job. Bryan Smith 

Pre Event Information

Meet at Vantage Pt, Pynes Hill Rd, EX2 5FD (road parking) for a 7p.m. start heading on afterwards to The Tally Ho, 2 Countess Wear Rd, EX2 6LG.This is an informal street O race, with a 60 minute score format. The event will use simple street maps based on OpenStreetMapping (www.oomap.co.uk) with controls being street furniture such as lamp posts, hydrants, signs etc. 

The event is open to all, but under 16s have to run with a parent as we will be sharing the courses with vehicles at times.  We have a mass start at 7.00 p.m. with a strict 1 hour limit encouraging people to head on to a local hostelry afterwards for a chance for a race debrief….. or a refreshing drink.

Register from 6.30 pm onwards and bring a pen/pencil plus a watch!      £3 entry fee.

Steve Perrelle (coaching@devonorienteering)

Location

Nearest town: Exeter

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