Sprint Into Spring Update

Last Saturday turned on a typical Melbourne spring day with sunshine, showers and even a smattering of hail. The courses, planned by Callum White and Heather O’Donnell, made the most of the campus buildings, spinning and turning competitors around and around. It took plenty of concentration to keep focused on choosing the route for each leg.

Did you realise that, apart from the first control, the first part of the Mo and Sally courses were the same. Compare the maps on the Sprint into Spring page, then click on the link to Winsplits to see where you placed on each leg.  Check out the photos and jersey points as well!

Next Saturday, Sprint into Spring takes a break, but will be back on Saturday 9 November at Cornish College in Bangholme.  There have been some changes to this campus since we were last there, including some new buildings. Course planners Victoria Greenhan and Greg Palmer have made the most of the expanded campus.

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