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Discussion: "Long distance"

in: Chas; Chas > 2019-05-05

May 6, 2019 9:18 AM # 
graeme:
It suited me ...
More mysterious is that the M21E was somewhat reasonable. 84mins could easily have become 90 with less pleasant weather, and you can't blame them for being cautious about that after the JK. But why the obviously super-short vet courses is a mystery. Perhaps they took mins/km from the 2016 JK?
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May 6, 2019 12:38 PM # 
Parkino:
JK 2016: M45, James Logue 62mins, 10.5km
BOC 19: M50, James Logue 48mins, 8.0km

I have theories but I would like to hear the explanation at some point

it's a pity we didn't spend more time in the fields above Litton these were tricky last time (2015) though another stile would've been required
May 6, 2019 1:49 PM # 
Chas:
Still to hear a definitive reason.

There are plenty of previous results to look at. Yorkshire Champs Sept 2015: Clive H 56 mins for 8.5km on the exact same area...

I doubt the stiles suited you much Graeme. I hope you didn't cause too many traffic jams ;-)
May 6, 2019 8:58 PM # 
graeme:
Indeed. no stile style points for me :(
But, kudos to the organisers, all the stiles were doubled up so there was always a faster lane.

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