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From the Photos page


Burbage Summer Sharpener 1 on Wednesday 11th June 2014

As you’ll all have gathered from the map and from the race title, my aim was to make the two combinations of controls as similar as possible, both in distance and the amount of climb/descent. As I laid the control at the knoll, I realised how tough the ground was both in and out of the little valley, and for me this would have tipped the balance towards going to the wall corner at the western end of the moor instead. A key decision was whether to go direct to and from the Start/finish to the eastern controls or to use the cairns path over the moor. The direct route would have been really tough going uphill at the end, but tolerable with a slight descent from the start. For my money, that means the optimum start would have been to run along the top of Burbage North until the path started dropping and then to run straight across the moor east-south-east to control 5, (which nobody did). Dropping off that control to Houndkirk Road would then give you a fast run over the cairns path and downhill to the top of the plantation where you could pick up the fence line down to 3, then the valley path to 7, a contour over to the path up to Winyard’s Nick, down to the wall corner and home. That produces a course planner’s optimum route of 5,3,7,1, which nobody used. Want to convince me I’m wrong? Buy me a pint and get the map out.


Note: Order of controls taken for each competitor is in the Comment column

24 starters
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1Neil Northrop00:49:52Dark PeakM1735
7Paul Walwyn01:04:20Dark PeakM1735
9Mark Evans01:07:32Dark PeakM1735
12Kristian Groom01:12:20Dark PeakM4762
15Lee Parker01:16:31Dark PeakM5713
17Edwin Colton01:20:13Dark PeakM6742
18Paul Elliott01:20:32Dark PeakM4276
23David Lund01:42:20Dark PeakM6472
2Richard Bradbury00:55:31Dark PeakMV401735
4Richard Hunt00:59:35Dark PeakMV401375
5Charlie Elliot01:02:52Dark PeakMV401735
8Willy Kitchen01:06:34Dark PeakMV451753
10Tim Wiegand01:08:09Dark PeakMV451375
21Kevin Saville01:28:05Dark PeakMV451375
3Gavin Williams00:56:41Dark PeakMV502476
14Greg Rimmer01:13:00Dark PeakMV506742
11Keith Holmes01:08:18Dark PeakMV60175(4)3
19Maurice Musson01:21:59Dark PeakMV601375
22Mike Browell01:35:45Dark PeakMV601735
20John Dalton01:23:24Dark PeakMV651375

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