Whitehorse Daily Star

YOA B Meet results from June 2

The Yukon Orienteering Association held an in-person B Meet on June 2, following COVID-19 protocols.

By Whitehorse Star on June 7, 2021

The Yukon Orienteering Association held an in-person B Meet on June 2, following COVID-19 protocols. More than 50 orienteers and volunteers participated over 3 hours, during which the rain held off. The courses used the southwest portion of the Long Lake map, which has a lot of elevation change and an intricate trail network.

Novice, 1.9km

Ian Turcotte 0:20:53
Erik Embacher, Carl Embacher, & Sarah Johnson 0:24:16
Oliver Kralisch-Seguin 0:25:36
Mona Luxion & Robin Reid-Fraser 0:30:48
Eila Blattmann 0:53:31
Georgi Andre 1:08:17
Elvira Knaack & Maura Glenn 1:18:58

Intermediate, 2.2km

Judith Van Gulick 0:21:38
Carl Turcotte 0:25:09
Phineas Pearson 0:29:39
Darcy Olesen 0:32:13
Deb Kiemele 0:44:22
Leo Willomitzer 0:44:44
Romy & Gerry Willomitzer 0:45:03
Emily Nishikawa, Gloria Mok, Joan Stanton, & Bob Nishikawa 0:47:30
Danella Olsen 1:07:07
Ilana Kingsley 1:24:10
Karen Archbell & Ev Pasinchnyk 1:33:08
Lukas Rogers DNF
Emily Kralisch-Seguin Untimed
Mark Wesolowski & Carol Yamada Untimed

Advanced, 2.7km

Erik Blake 0:29:11
Jeremy Johnson 0:30:43
Craig Brooks 0:31:20
Philippa McNeil 0:32:50
Ben Hancock 0:41:31
Sabine Schweiger 0:44:46
Julianna Scramstad 0:47:27
Sabrina Bouayad 1:05:33
Lara Melnik 1:05:45
Karin Keeley-Eriksson 1:16:39
C Frances & Doug Hitch 1:26:34
Grant Abbott DNF
Sheri Hogeboom & Lenore Morris DNF
Nesta Leduc DSQ
Wendy Nixon Untimed

Expert, 5.2km

Forest Pearson 0:44:14
Leif Blake 0:46:57
Emma Waddington 0:47:04
Benoit Turcotte 0:52:16
Darren Holcombe 1:18:44
Pauline Gallinat DNF
Bob Sagar DNF

This week the orienteers are at Mt. McIntyre Wednesday.

June 9 - 15, 2021 self-start event on  Mt McIntyre.

This is a  self-start event only  with the start near the entrance to the Mt McIntyre Dirt n’ Soul bike skills park. The course opens at 6pm on  Wednesday June 9th and closes at noon on Tuesday June 15th. 

There will be streamers at each control (no electronic SI units)  and you can use the RunMap app to confirm your location and time yourself. Of course, you can also just bring a paper map and use your watch to time yourself.

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