Orienteering 51:00 
Ok - so in the organiser's defence, they were thrown into organising this event at the last minute. AND the weather was pretty bad. So I will forgive them the dodgy clue descriptions (i.e. a control on a building was described in english as 'box corner', another one next to a wall was described as 'under bridge' and I'll forgive the quite tough course (240m climb in 3.1 k) as that's almost unavoidable in this area. What is harder to forgive is giving the wrong course numbers to novice competitors so poor Jett ended up distressed and in tears because he was so confused about where he was (right control, wrong number). Kids don't expect things to be wrong and don't have the confidence to just continue on the course. Jett assumed he must be lost and gave up.
My first control was also in the right place but had the wrong number. (different control to Jett's though) I just punched it anyway because I was so sure I was right. When I got back I was dnfed as others had found the right numbered (wrongly located) control. I was just being convinced that I was wrong afterall when enough other finishers raised the question - so the organiser went out to check and I was subsequently re-instated - yay!
So that's two dodgy events out of two. But you know - I still had fun, and in the circumstances we're lucky to have an event to go to at all.