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Wellington 2017 Afterwork Rogaine Series Results

Newtown 13 Sep 2017

Time 3hrs, 80% dark, 58 participants. Max score 2010. Bit of drizzle (didn't feel it, was quite warm - webmaster.) Nice to have relatively dry ground underfoot.

Course planners and Lara Shepherd.

Leon writes...
Scores adjusted for incorrect answers (and addition). For control 101, half the claiming teams got the wrong utility box, but were still awarded points, because we suspect there was confusion from the map as to where the ďroad endĒ really was. A few teams had incorrect answers for controls 32 and 53, and these were not awarded points because the vast majority of claiming teams got them right. Controls 32 and 53 were both trapping line pink triangles; double-check the pink triangle youíre looking at is the mapped control, rather than just recording the first one you see! Same applies to powerpoles etc.
The most popular controls were 46 and 60, to the south-east of the start/finish, and visited by about three-quarters of the teams. The least popular control was 62, above the golf course, visited by just two teams. Only four teams ventured to control 100 in the south-west corner of the course. Only one team collected both hundred point controls.

Play the Strava Flybys animation here.

Results, Walk
L = Late S = Solo 10% M = Mapper 10%

  1. Lets See Mark Hearfield, Bernice Cavanagh 960 (3.00)
  2. Sweaty Sox John Leonard, David Cooke 820 (2.47)
  3. Jeremy Drysdale, Jeremy Martin 790 (2.53)
  4. Simon Rea 860 -86S =774 (3.00)
  5. Blackberry Jam Bob Breukers, Dave Clarke 710 (2.55)
  6. Anna & Sarah Anna Lambrechtsen, Sarah Milicich 600 (2.48)
Results, Run
  1. Outnumbered Bill Edwards, Caspar Harmer 1620 -10L =1610 (3.01)
  2. Lightning Speed Robots Kelvin Thiele, Richard Pearson, Nic Leary 1540 (3.00)
  3. Anton Marsden, Mary McBride 1510 (2.54)
  4. Theo & Hannah 1480 (2.56)
  5. Jeremy Stewart, Emilee Walby 1370 (2.58)
  6. Bog Trotters Iain Atkinson, Marta Zanetti 1230 (2.55)
  7. JoKens Ann Kendon, Jo McKenzie 1220 (3.00)
  8. GEM Adventures Graeme Silcock, Ellen Mary Pullar 1160 (2.54)
  9. The Mapper Michael Wood 1340 -134S -121M =1085 (3.00)
  10. Emily Shrosbree, Mark 1010 (2.57)
  11. Marie Henderson, Fiona Elliot, 1010 (2.57)
  12. PSAG Andy Newman, Andrew Swan 980 (2.55)
  13. Ruahine Leonie Waayer, Chris Lowrie, Sarah Bramwell 940 (2.53)
  14. Ainsley Benefield, Dan Gyles 920 (2.49)
  15. Diane Morgan, David Fisher 870 (2.42)
  16. Speedsters Tim Hodgkinson, Paul Tryon 850 (2.54)
  17. Sarah Holland, Ben Holland 790 (2.54)
  18. Kina O Ocean Mercier, Lucian Mercier, Tyrone 770 (2.59)
  19. Yasmine, Keryn, James 760 (2.58)
  20. Val Spooner, Karen Orr, Megan Chaytor, Nic Mitchel 720 (2.53)
  21. Team Betty Siobhan Quayle, Sue Everton 570 (2.21)

Miramar 9 Aug 2017

Time 3hrs, 100% dark, 74 participants. Warm but moist, mostly underfoot, light wind.

Course planners Angus Watson and Dylan Queen.

Play the Strava Flybys animation here.

Results, Walk
L = Late S = Solo 10% M = Mapper 10%.

  1. Sweat regret and oxygen debt : Nic mitchell Helen McKendrey 990
  2. Michelle 976 (?)
  3. Blackberry Jam: Bob Breukers Dave Clarke Cecile Glorot Gauthier Lazaro Camille Perriere 880 -10L =870
  4. Graeme Silcock 1050 -180L -87S =783
  5. Flying Takahes: Jenny Visser Mike Fee 720
  6. Sweaty Sox: John Leonard David Cooke 710
  7. Buddys team: Jill W Laura 710 -10L =700
  8. Ainsley Benefield Jane Gilberd Luke Benefield 710 -110L =600
  9. Ben and Darcy 530
Run
  1. Trail Headz: Andrew Thompson Tim Sutton 1740
  2. Lightning Speed Robots: Kelvin Thiele Richard Persson 1380
  3. Dan Jones 1540 -50L -149S =1341
  4. Hamish and Scott 1326 (?)
  5. Joseph Lynch Marina Comesky 1290
  6. Tom and Nic 1250
  7. Veerle bird: Vincent Zintzen Paul Bird 1180
  8. Where are we : Jeremy Paterson Anthony Harmer 1160
  9. The bog trotters: Marta Zanetti Paul Helm Sherman Smth 1150
  10. Nicole Ranger Matt Davies 1150
  11. Jeremy and Team: 1140 -10L =1130
  12. Rachel Drew 1220 -122S =1098
  13. Magnetic Deviation: Gillian Ingham Malcolm Ingham 1070
  14. Without a Buggy: Janet Ford Heather Kirkham 1040
  15. JoKens: Ann Kendon Jo McKenzie 970
  16. Simon Rea 1050 -105S =945
  17. Stray the Course: Philip Secker Geoff Ferry Richard Samways 860
  18. The Mapper Michael Wood 1110 -90L -102S -92M =826
  19. Muriel Seeley 810 -81S =729
  20. marie henderson Fiona Elliot Sharron Came Sarah Fisher 720
  21. Kirsty Van reenen Lucy Baker Juliet Milne Claire Baldwin 720
  22. Acousticians Anonymous: Iain McIver Tiffany Lester 640
  23. C and L: charles swart Leana 670 -40L =630
  24. Jonathan Markwick 550 -55S =495
  25. Sumudu Jayalath, Keryn, Yasemin 350
  26. Tom Mulvhill Jack McTacvish Matt Cobham No Score Sheet

Eastbourne 6 Jul 2017

Time 3hrs, 100% dark, 61 participants. Max score 2030. Cold but dry, no wind.

Course planners and Sue Eastwood. Graeme writes...

I have been through the results and checked addition, answers and claims as the attached spread sheet. A few scores have been adjusted. We havenít got score sheets for 3 teams so no final scores are recorded for them.

Claims for controls 22 and 23 have been allowed as it appears the ribbons have been removed. There are parts of the community that are against the new track the GWRC is building and someone is trying to disrupt things by removing the councils track markers, I suspect they removed our ribbons. I have also allowed claims for control 63 where we had 2 claims and 4 correct answers Ė although I suspect those claiming were on the wrong pest control line. Two other claims have been disallowed as only one team claimed and many got the correct answer.

All controls were visited except control 26 (at Burdons Gate) which was put out to give anyone who thought they may be able to clean up the whole course a decision to make. The most popular of the controls was 44 (the kiwi in the carport) visited by 21 of 23 teams. Next was control 33 (the antisubmarine boom) with 20 visits and control 53 (The seat on the beach) with 19 visits. The most popular hill controls were 51 (McKenzie Track), 73 (Kowhai St Track) and 92 (Up the stream) with 16 visit each. 5 teams visited control 101 below the front ridge track which would be new country for most. Not many ventured onto the far ridge track (controls 91, 43, 72) but it is worth a visit with some large rata trees.

Thanks for coming, hope you enjoyed it.

There's more detail about control visits here. And you can also play the Strava Flybys animation. here.

Results, Walk
L = Late S = Solo 10% The Mapper didn't see the course this time.

  1. Let's See Mark Hearfield Bernice Cavanagh Dave Dellabarca Nick Lowe 820 (8:58)
  2. Flying Takahes Jenny Visser Mike Fee 700 (8:45)
  3. The Mapper & Mate Simon Rea Michael Wood 670 (8:58)
  4. Jo Holden Helen McKendrey Chris Sherwood 650 (8:49)
  5. Blackberry Jam Bob Breukers David Clarke Camill Perniere 630 (8:50)
  6. Jess Mazengarb Bridget Moon Sandy Robbins 590 (8:56)
  7. Kina O Ocean Mercier Rachel Zhang Patty Bouillon 490 (8:44)
  8. Walking Wonders Ian McCabe Jenny Cossey 470 (9:00)
  9. Stefaan Janssens Cecile Glorot Gauthier Lazaro 420 (8:52)
  10. Clare Baldwin Peggy Hales Kirsty Van Reenan No score sheet (8:59)
  11. Ellen-Mary Pullar George Lamb No score sheet (8:55)
Results, Run
  1. Outnumbered Bill Edwards Caspar Harmer 1430 (8:57)
  2. Mike Sherwin Rachel Drew 1150 (8:57)
  3. Bog Trotters Iain Atkinson Crazy Marta Zanetti 1080 (8:57)
  4. L2 Leon Perrie Lara Shepherd 1040 (8:58)
  5. Lightning Speed Robots Kelvin Thiele Richard Persson 1080 -50L =1030 (9:05)
  6. Team Unknown Emily Shrosbree Fiona Elliot Sarah Fisher Marie Henderson 900 (8:46)
  7. Magnetic Variation Gillian Ingham Sarah Wilcox 890 (8:53)
  8. WOCers Ellie Molloy Stuart Engleback 800 (8:30)
  9. Stray the Course Mark Malone Philip Secker 800 (8:56)
  10. Speedsters Tim Hodgkinson Paul Tryon 790 (8:55)
  11. Orsi Vincze Chan Kylathilake 670 (8:32)
  12. PSAG Andy Newman Andrew Swan 680 -20L =660 (9:02)
  13. Iain McIver Solo 710 -71S =639 (8:58)
  14. Navigationally Challenged Geoff Ferry John Justice 540 -10L =530 (9:01)
  15. SWIL Sam Walton No score sheet (9:04)

Hells Bells 12 Jun 2017

Time 3hrs, 100% dark, 80 participants. Fine and warm, though windy on the skyline.

Course planners and Ann Kendon. Jo writes...

Hells Bells - named for Bells track which leads up to the Skyline track between 37 & 52, near the 100, and dilemma of options around control 100. 24 teams visited control 100. Control 90 on a newly cut mountain bike/ walk track (opened before Easter) was also well visited.

Big thumbs up to the youngest rogainer on the night - well done Darcey.

Remember your compass for next months rogaine.

The webmaster writes...

A number of teams carry a GPS, not for navigation but post-race entertainment. You can be entertained too, by following this link to the Strava "Flybys" feature. I think I have the link setup to show those on the rogaine, it potentially shows anybody who crossed my path and that can include anyone out for a run or riding home from work. Another oddity is that it doesn't play for me on Internet Explorer, if that happens to you, try another browser. But this particular rogaine is nice to follow as there were lots of teams with a similar course shape, diverting here and there and of course travelling at varying speeds.

If you have comments about this, or ideas on how to make it include more rogaine teams,

Results
L = Late S = Solo 10% M = Mapper 10%

Results, Walk

  1. Mikes: Mike Phethean, Mike Dalzell 1090 (8:59pm)
  2. Walking Wonders: Ian McCabe, Jenny Cossey 1050 (8:56pm)
  3. Fun Venture: Ellen-Mary, Martin 980 (before 9pm)
  4. Simon Rea: Simon Rea, 1070 -107S =963 (8:59pm)
  5. Lets See: Mark Hearfield, Bernice Cavanagh 960 (8:59pm)
  6. Michael Wood, 1180 -118S -106M =956 (8:57pm)
  7. Blackberry Jam: Dave Clarke, Stefaan Janssens 920 (8:55pm)
  8. Birthday puffs: Marta Zanetti, Alessandro Dal Sasso 890 (8:43pm)
  9. Nic, Helen & Jo: Jo Holden, Nic Mitchell & Helen McKendry 880 (8:58pm)
  10. Sue and Graeme: Graeme Silcock, Sue Eastwood 930 -70L =860 (9:07pm)
  11. REM: Raewyn Moss, Eileen Boss & Mike Judd 760 (8:45pm)
  12. Flying Takahe: Mike Fee, 830 -83S =747 (8:54pm)
  13. Sweaty Sox: John Leonard, David Cooke 680 (8:57pm)
  14. Team Sudsie: Ben Sitherland, Darcey 640 (8:50pm)
  15. Anna & Sarah: Sarah Milicich, Anna Lambrechtsen 630 (before 9pm)
  16. Out & About: Janet Dobbie, Bernie Homes 570 (8:52pm)
  17. Kevin & Kim: Kevin, Kim 470 (9:00pm)
  18. Kina O: Ocean Mercier, Rachel Zhang & Patty Bouillon 460 (8:37pm)
  19. Howard Harman, Joined another team ()
Results, Run
  1. Gotta Eat: Jon Dallimore, Andrew Crowley 1480 (8:56pm)
  2. Tough like Jelly: Liam Drew, Rachel Drew 1450 (8:58pm)
  3. Greg Dobson: Greg Dobson, 1510 -151S =1359 (8:53pm)
  4. Magnetic Deviation: Gillian Ingham, Malcolm Ingham 1260 (8:54pm)
  5. Navigationally Challenged: Geoff Ferry, John Justice 1280 -20L =1260 (9:02pm)
  6. Roger & Tommy: Roger Thomson, Tommy Thomson 1220 (8:58pm)
  7. Bog Trotters: Iain Atkinson, Leonie Waayer 1140 (8:59pm)
  8. Sarah and Hamish: Sarah O'Sullivan, Hamish McClurg 1110 (before 9pm)
  9. WOCers: Ellie Molloy, Stuart Engleback 1050 (8:55pm)
  10. Emily, Kirsty & Juliet: Emily Shrosbree, Juliet S & Kirsty van Reenen 950 (before 9pm)
  11. Two Left Feet: Harriette Carr, Stuart Palmer 1030 -100L =930 (9:10pm)
  12. Speedsters: Tim Hodgkinson, Paul Tryon 910 (8:57pm)
  13. Hanky Pankys: Jeremy, Nicola Hankinson 790 (8:55pm)
  14. marie sharron and fiona: Marie Henderson, Sharron Came 790 (8:57pm)
  15. Buddys team: Jill Westenra, Laura 780 (8:47pm)
  16. John & Kate: John Willmer, Kate Lancaster 770 (8:20pm)
  17. Sarah & Ben: Sarah Holland, Ben Holland 710 (8:52pm)
  18. Corry's: Josh Corry, Nigel Corry 690 (8:15pm)
  19. Echtra: Leana Reuw, Nattalie Hogg 360 (before 9pm)
  20. Squad: Simon Willamson, Sefton & Felix no results yet (8:00pm)

Te Ahu Mairangi 4 May 2017

Time 3hrs, 100% dark, 86 participants. Fine and warm.

Course planners Tim writes...

Thanks for coming to the May 2017 Rogaine at Te Ahu Mairangi in Wellington. Iím glad everybody enjoyed one of our favourite running spots on a fantastic autumn evening.

Thirty nine teams participated and there were 86 participants. All 50 controls were visited. The most popular controls were 20 (that great illegal track sign) and control 100 in the quarry tunnel. Ribbon 58 was the least popular. There was only one late team.

The ribbon codes that were placed off trail proved the most tricky with several claims for ribbons 70 and 71. However more people found the ribbons than those who didnít so the claims havenít been included in the final scores. Control 33 had a typo on the clue sheet so everyone who visited this control has been awarded the points.

Results, adjusted 8 May
Finish time was 9:01
C = Claims deducted L = Late S = Solo 10% M = Mapper 10%

Results, Walk

  1. The Flying Takahes: Jenny Visser Mike Fee 1110 (8:59)
  2. GEM Adventures: Graeme Silcock Ellen-Mary Pullar 1240 -140C =1100 (9:00)
  3. Walking Wonders: Ian McCabe Jenny Cossey 1010 -120C =890 (8:55)
  4. Sweaty Sox: John Leonard David Cooke 860 (8:44)
  5. Blackberry Jam: Bob Breukers Stephaan Janssens Cecile Glorot Dave Clark 860 (8:58)
  6. DB and D: Bernice Cavanagh Diane Morgan David Fischer 750 (8:55)
  7. Buddy's Pack : Dean Patten Jill Westenra Mary McBride Laura Vonk 670 (8:54)
  8. Kevin Dickens Kim Merredith Dave Rudge Jenny Cassey 650 (8:33)
  9. Trampy Trampers: Aimee Paterson Maarten Ruiter 600 (9:00)
  10. Gavin Holden Anna Stewart 580 (9:01)
  11. Jo Holden Chris Sherwood 540 (8:55)
  12. Terri's walkers: Bernadette Heaphy Terri Cormack Jared McMurdo 510 (8:50)
  13. Anna & Sarah : Sarah Milicich Anna Lambrechtsen 450 (8:53)
  14. Betty and the Beast: Siobhan Quayle Sue Everton Didn't want to score (7:20)
Results, Run
  1. Vic Uni Athletic Club: Gel Stricot-Tarbotan Dan Jones 1790 -140C =1650 (9:00)
  2. Lightning Speed Robots: Kelvin Thiele Richard Persson 1620 - 50C =1570 (9:00)
  3. Tough like Jelly: Liam Drew Rachel Drew 1510 (8:57)
  4. Tea & Scones : Mark Hearfield Marta Zanetti 1420 (8:52)
  5. The Lynch Mob: Joseph Lynch Owen Lynch Dylan Lynch 1460 -70C =1390 (8:59)
  6. Andrew Crowley Jeremy Stewart 1520 -200C =1320 (9:00)
  7. Emily, Marie and Sharron: Marie Henderson Emily Shrosbree Sharron Came 1160 (8:56)
  8. Lara and Leon: Leon Perrie Lara Shepherd 1120 (8:57)
  9. Ellie Molloy Marina Comeskey 1300 -200C =1100 (8:53)
  10. The Eels: Heather Kirkam Dan Pringle Tom Bowen 1090 (8:56)
  11. Clarkiinsons: Chris Clarkson Nicola Hankinson 990 (8:58)
  12. Meg and Rochelle: Meg Shaw Rochelle Andrews 990 (8:59)
  13. Noodles with night vision: Mel Cotterill Gus Feltham 920 (8:54)
  14. Socks to be you: Vic McMurdo Ewen Cormack 880 (8:54)
  15. The Mapper: Michael Wood 1250 -70L -140C -104S -93M =843 (9:08)
  16. Chris and Simon: Chris Hay Simon Wakeman 900 -70C =830 (8:57)
  17. Simon Rea 920 -92S =828 (8:59)
  18. Team Rap Recap: Emily Walby Jed Armstrong 680 (9:00)
  19. Josh and Nige: Nigel Corry Josh Corry 670 (8:10)
  20. Mike Oconnor 690 -69S =621 (9:00)
  21. Kina O: Ocean Mercier Pat van Berkel 720 -120C =600 (8:50)
  22. Tony Booth Victor Lam 560 (8:24)
  23. The winners: Vicky Connor Fiona Martin Adele Fitzpatrick 460 (8:28)
  24. Antipro: Theo Wordsworth Scott Kearny No sheet but claimed 1840 (9:01)
  25. Echtra: Natalie Leana Didn't want to score (8:29)

Makara Peak 11 Apr 2017

Time 3hrs, 90% dark, 76 participants. Fine and warm with light drizzle near the end.

Course planners Liam writes...

A challenging start to the 2017 afterwork rogaine season, with many controls off track and challenging to locate. Much confusion reigned over 21 (blue triangle on fence) and 45 (uprights of communication tower) with almost equal numbers finding these controls as not. So, Liam went out at 10pm to check. 45 was probably marked slightly too low on the map, and while easy to see and find from above, was very hard for those coming in from the first hairpin. 21 was my stuff up - wrong bend in the track, apologies for that. So claims have been awarded for these. Other points claimed were 90, 81, 43 but more people found these than not. Other challenges included 102 which was relatively easy to access from below!

Thanks all for giving it a go!

Results, Walk (a few tweaks late Wed)

  1. GEM Adventures: Graeme Silcock Ellen-Mary Pullar, Sarah Milicich 630
  2. The Flying Takahes: Jennifer Visser Mike Fee 620
  3. Blackberry Jam: Robert Breukers David Clarke 560
  4. Walking Wonders: Ian McCabe Jenny Cossey 490
  5. The Original Vikings: Stefaan Janssens Helen Curtis 450
  6. Plod & Slog: Gordon Mel 290
  7. Buddy's Pack : Dean Patten Jill Westenra 200
Results, MTB
  1. Jo Holden Nic Mitchell 900
  2. Bomb: Jim Sutherland 570
Results, Run
  1. SWIL: Sam Walton Angus Watson 990
  2. Lara & Leon: Leon Perrie Lara Shepherd 840
  3. VZ & Bird: Vincent Zintzen Paul Bird 770
  4. Theo & Hannah: Theo Wordsworth Hannah Charan 750
  5. Tea & Scones : Mark Hearfield Marta Zanetti, Robin Cameron-Jones 740
  6. It takes two : Kathryn Bunckenburg Lizzy Bunckenburg 660
  7. Meg & Rochelle: Meg Shaw Rochelle Andrews 610
  8. What the Spork? Nicole Ranger Glen Warner, Nick Lowe, John Kowalczyk 590
  9. Stray The Course: Mark Malone Peter Humphry 620 -80L =540
  10. Michelle Campbell Matthew Cobham, Ben Bielski Madison Browning Richard White, Tarin 520
  11. Liz & Kate: Elizabeth Clement Kate Clark 520
  12. Kilgour Vikings: Hazel Bidmead Paul Barr 480
  13. Pink Socks: Ewan Cormack Vic McMurdo 420
  14. Charlotte Ireland, Belle 410
  15. Kath and Kris: Katherine Allan Kristin Jarvis 390
  16. Ruahine: Sarah Bramwell Andrew Begbie Chris Lowrie 390
  17. Mike O'Connor 390 -30L =360
  18. The Speedsters: Paul Tryon Tacinda Ashley-Jones 360
  19. Fiona, Marie and Sharron: Marie Henderson Fiona Elliott 360 -10L =350
  20. Dave Rudge Kevin Dickins 340
  21. Jimmy Fourie Charlie Swart 340
  22. Kina O: Ocean Mercier Pat van Berkel 330
  23. Jeremy Stewart Rachel Ward 330
  24. The Mapper: Michael Wood Bill Trompetter 440 -120L =320
  25. PSAG: Byron Mabbott Andy Newman 300
  26. DB: Bernice Cavanagh Diane Morgan 120
  27. Madison Browning Richard White, Tarin