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Jericho & City Centre results are published

Many thanks to Ben for planning and organising the Jericho and City Centre event. It was good to try the ‘Touch-O’ or ‘Touch-AnyLetter’ system again. This made for fast running and longer distances to be covered.

Thanks also go to the Rickety Press for hosting and reserving some tables by the door.

Another great turn out for this event, along with couple of new faces which is good. I hope you enjoyed the evening run around in the dry but not so warm weather.

Nigel is still continuing to lead the pack in the Mens competition, missing out on a full 600 point by being a bit casual when he returned to the Rickety Press. There is a change in the Womens standings with Katie taking the lead.

Lost Property:
There was a lilac cotton T-shirt left at the end of the evening.
If it is your’s please let me know. I will leave it in the OSS box for
collection at the next event.

The results for the Jericho & City Centre event #2 are now published on the website.
As usual if you spot any mistakes, (Name, Club, Class, Points) please let me know and I try and fix them up.

Headington results are published

Many thanks to Neville for planning and organising the first OSS event of the 2018-2019 season. Thanks also go to the Britannia Inn for hosting and allowing us to use the large back room by the window.

It was great turn out for the first event, along with couple of new faces which is good. I hope you enjoyed the evening run around in the dry warm weather.

Nigel has continued where he left off last year, in the lead of the Mens competition. Though we have a new leader of the Womens standing in Sarah.

Lost Property:
There was a Red/Pink Tikkina head torch left at the end of the evening.
If it is your’s please let me know. I will leave it in the OSS box for
collection at the next event unless you require it earlier.

The results for the Headington event #1 are now published on the website.
As usual if you spot any mistakes, (Name, Club, Class, Points) please let me know and I try and fix them up.

Botley results are published

The results for the final event of the 2017-2018 season in Botley 12 June are now published.

Many thanks to Heather Walton for not only planning, organising but also hosting and providing food. There was a significant challenge for this event with the
hills in the Botley area. Though it was a very pleasant evening to be running around, light and not too warm. All the podium places were available for last event
changes and there were changes. Congratulations to both Nigel and Sarah for winning this seasons event Hopefully everyone has enjoyed this years events and are
looking forward to the new season starting in September.
As usual if you spot any mistakes in the results please let me know and I’ll try and fix them up.

Temple Cowley results are published

The results for the April event #7 in Temple Cowley are now published.

Many thanks to Neville Baker for planning and organising in the tricky area of Temple Cowley. Once again it was great to see a few newcomers to the Street Series, hopefully you had some fun and will be able to turn out again for the next event. Thanks also to the The Marsh Harrier for hosting us.
As usual if you spot any mistakes in the results please let me know and I’ll try and fix them up.

Iffely results are published

The results for the February event #5 in Iffely are now published.

Many thanks to John Owens for planning and organising, combining parts of two previous area into a new challenge. It was again great to see quite a few newcomers to the format, hopefully you will be able to turn out again for the next few events. Thanks also to the The Cape of Good Hope for hosting us.
As usual if you spot any mistakes in the results please let me know and I’ll try and fix them up.

Marston results are published

The results for the Marston event #2 are now published.

Many thanks to Marcin for planning and organising Wednesdays OSS event.
Thanks also go to the OXSRAD centre for hosting us.
It was great to see so many newcomers turn out for the event. I trust everyone
enjoyed running around Marston and once or twice up Headington hill.