VIC Long Champs, Evenmoore

I am sure Nillumbik Emus breathed a sign of relief when the weather turned on a much better day than predicted. It was cold yes, but warm in the sunny patches and no rain. Rex’s courses included a mix of short technical legs in the gold mining and interspersed with some longer legs and staying in contact with the map was essential.
Congratulations to all of today’s winners and a big thanks to Nillumbik Emus for running this event.

Winners of the Elites grades were:
M21E
1st: Patrick Jaffe
2nd: Aston Key
3rd: Nathan Lawson

W21E
1st: Natasha Key
2nd: Belinda Lawford
3rd: Asha Steer

Full results can be found HERE
Winsplits HERE
Photos of the event and prize giving HERE

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