The results have been published for a few days, hopefully you have found them. Many thanks to Neville for organising and the Marsh Harrier for hosting us.
We also welcomed a few new runners and hoped they enjoyed themselves.
As ever, please check the results and let me know if you think there is
something not quite right, and we’ll endeavour to fix it up.
Next month, Tue Dec 15th, we’ve escaped Oxford again, just North by a couple of miles to Kidlington. More details on the event page soon.
We had a good turnout for our second visit to Abingdon and I hope you all enjoyed it – the results are now available online including updated overall scores. Many thanks to Matt for organising and the Boundary House for hosting us.
A noteble item in the results is that the top six people were all overtime. The planning allowed people to get away from the start but finding a good strategy for the return path picking up points on the way seemed to catch people out. It cetainly did for me.
The results of Wednesday 23rd event in Headington are now available here. Thanks to Bill for planning and the Britannia Inn for accommodating us. If you see any mistakes in the results let me know and I’ll rectify them.
Last Wednesday, 23rd, saw the start of the 2015-2016 Oxford Street Series. Planned by Bill Child in the Headington area of Oxford. A good turnout on a mild evening with a couple of new faces to welcome. We also took a final opportunity to say goodbye to Mark Collis who came along for a last run around before heading off to Prague in the next few weeks.
I have to apologise for not sending out pre event email from the OSS site, but had not realised this was done automatically on writing posts. That should be sorted now so hopefully everyone on the mailing list will have received this post. A few procedural items need ironing out whilst I get to grips with updating the OSS site.
Thanks to everyone who came along on Tuesday, and to Blanka for planning. The results of the final event of the season are now available here.
Congratulations to this season’s champions – though neither of whom were able to make it this week they had sufficient points in the bank already. In the women’s, Carol Edwards kept ahead of Rose Harvey and Marie-Anne Fischer who swapped places, while in the men’s Marcin Krzysztofik’s maximum 200 points was equalled by Roger Thetford but Marcin wins on head-to-head record, ahead of Robin Bishop in third.
Finally, for the benefit of those who weren’t here on Tuesday I would like to announce that I will be standing down as the OSS coordinator from next season, with Robin Bishop having kindly offered to take over. Many thanks to everyone who has organised or run at any of the events in the past five years, I hope you have all enjoyed it!
Just to remind you, tomorrow sees the finale of the 2014/15 Oxford Street-O season, around the streets of Botley and planned by Blanka Collis. Full details are here. There will be a prizegiving for the series once everyone has finished. See you there!