WMOC Long Final – Two Victorians in the A Final

The WMOC Long Final is due to be held today, Friday, in the classic Grib Forest, which is the second largest in Denmark. The terrain is typical for eastern Denmark and yet challenging due to its complex varieties of vegetation – from thick spruce forest to hilly, yet fast old beech forest areas.

Live results will be available from HERE from approx. 5pm AEST.
The start times (Danish time) for the Victorians competing are:
Blair Trewin; M45A; 10:57
Tony Radford; M70A; 10:37
Alison Radford; W65B; 12:08
Pam King: DR; W65C; 10:55
Schon Hudson; W65C; 09:27
David Knight; M60D; 10:10
Greg Tamblyn; M60D; 09:34
Geoff Hudson; M65D; 09:57
Peter Dalwood; M70D; 11:18

The process used to for selection into the Long Final seems to be rather complicated  with the Long distance finals having the same composition as the Middle distance finals except that some competitors are promoted to a higher final and some are relegated to a lower final according to their result in the Middle distance final.
It will be interesting to hear the views of our competitors on the selection method.

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