Another club championships at Schenectady Museum? Sure, why not? It's
a nice little park. And what's wrong with a little rain, anyway? In fact,
most of the rain stopped Sunday morning and it was a great day for "O."
On Sunday there were 16 hardy individuals and 3 groups, and from them we
named 9 club champs out of 16 possible categories (we need more families!)*.
As this was my second attempt at course setting. I took lessons from my first
time (Moreau, 2003) and tried to improve. There were no complaints about the
courses or control placement so I think I was successful.
Thanks go to Jim Rose, Phil Hawkes-Teeter, and Glen Tryson for control
pickup, and to Glen for help setting up registration (and other moral
support). Congratulations to the 2005 champs!
- Janet Tryson, Course Setter/Meet Director
| || ||champion?|
1.7km, 9 controls
2.34km, 9 controls
|Robert Canham group
|Rubia Khalak group
3.76km, 13 controls
4.83km, 19 controls
6.03km, 24 controls
* Marty Hawkes-Teeter, who had to fly back to college Saturday afternoon
and thus couldn't take part on Sunday, was brave enough to go out in the rain
Saturday morning and find the streamers I had hung for the Green course
controls. As the only competitor on M-20, he's the new club champ for that