Orienteering race 1:22:53  5.1 mi (16:15 / mi) +282m 13:52 / mi
I haven't done real night-O (street-O doesn't count) in 15+ years, and it was a lot of fun doing it again. Too bad I did one major mistake and one less major mistake. Attackpoint estimates that I lost about 16 minutes in total, and that seems about right. I should have been able to do this in the low 60s.
Ian had set a great course that was at the right level of difficulty for a night-O. You have to keep contact with the map, know where you are at all time, and make sure you have great attackpoints. I skimped on all those things when I did my mistakes, and I paid for it. Especially for control 2, where I thought I was at a different hill top further down the path, and I kept circling the hilltop being sure I was at the right one. At the end, I went out to the path and went down all the way to the intersection to make sure I could reorient myself.