The Very Unofficial WMOC Indoor Sprint

WMOC kicked off yesterday with a very unofficial Indoor Multi-level Sprint event. Judging by various reports, the Victorians who participated thoroughly enjoyed themselves, even though some race times indicate that a few bothers were experienced.

Many of us had our first taste of multi-level Sprint O at La Trobe last year, where Coach-In-Residence Mikkel Kaae-Nielsen updated the map and then set the courses for the event. While he was here, Mikkel indicated that he was in the process of mapping a multi-level school building back in Denmark. So it wasn’t a surprise to see Mikkel’s name prominently placed in the event bulletin as one of the three mappers, the controller for the event, and one of the two key organisers.

A ‘runners eye’ video of the event can be found HERE. (41 min to view it all)

Peter Dalwood’s course and results

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