RESULTS for Glenhuntly Gallop EndurO, Saturday July 7

The second EndurO for the year was held at Glenhuntly Gallop in blustery but dry conditions, testing the staying power of the competitors. An excellent course set by Ilze and Tina had us really thinking hard over 120 or 90 minutes – a great workout for brains and legs. There were 40 controls on offer, with points varying from 10 to 40, and harsh penalties for lateness.

Congratulations to 120 min Run winner Andrew Hester, who scored the maximum 1000 points.  Steven O’Connell was second with 940 points, after dropping just 3 controls. Peter Mallen and Martin Kozma each got 900, just 5 points clear of Andrew Johnston.  There were just 25 points separating 3rd place from 8th, so it was a tight contest.

The 90 min Run was won by Ian Dodd with 710 points. Victoria Greenhan was second on 660, followed by Andrew Perkins on 570.  The closeness of the scores for 4th-10th place showed again that smart decisions had a big impact on final results.

Vic Sedunary was the winner on the 120 min Power Walk with 720 points, ahead of Andrew Hunter on 660, and Robert Hudson on 590. Once more, positions in the middle of the pack was determined by very small margins.

Oh, and in case you are wondering, there were TWO slides at no 31 – one blue and one not blue (we checked on Street View), and TWO signs at no 41.  No-one was penalised for incorrect answers.

Individual Results

Overall results will be incorporated into the regular Saturday Series results.

 

 

 

 

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