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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2011 9:26 am 
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Oh Kev, that is a run of bad luck. Still, fair play in sticking in! :)

Just checked the results on the sportident site and I was 6th overall, and third in my category. Wish i'd stayed now, although it would have been a 3 1/2 hr wait. Quite pleased though. Just spent £45 on a new f.mech and chain.


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Great result, well done :-D


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EarlofBarnet wrote:
Oh Kev, that is a run of bad luck. Still, fair play in sticking in! :)

Just checked the results on the sportident site and I was 6th overall, and third in my category. Wish i'd stayed now, although it would have been a 3 1/2 hr wait. Quite pleased though. Just spent £45 on a new f.mech and chain.


Amazing work!

Kev, that's a great effort (was me that shouted 'do you need a link' as you were fixing the chain first time :lol:) - bumped into your mate on the bouncy Marin and thought you'd had to give it up. Nearly flippin' caught me too!

Saw five people fixing snapped chains in the first half of the first lap, crazy :?

Not found the results yet...


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If you go on to the sportsident site, there is a link to the race and the results.

There was 194 in for the half enduro, so I'm well pleased with 6th!


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If you go on to the sportsident site, there is a link to the race and the results.

There was 194 in for the half enduro, so I'm well pleased with 6th!


How did you sort them out - just a jumbled list on their site - copy it into Excel? :? Seem to be a few one-lap times in the full enduro list too! :shock: :lol:


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Pdf hete http://www.sportident.co.uk/results.php


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That's weird, its changed now. They were all there this morning. You should be able to export to Excel and sort by time though. I've just done this for all entries and get Kev at 70th, but this is the half-enduro and enduro combined. I can't seem to export one or the other :(


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EarlofBarnet wrote:
That's weird, its changed now. They were all there this morning. You should be able to export to Excel and sort by time though. I've just done this for all entries and get Kev at 70th, but this is the half-enduro and enduro combined. I can't seem to export one or the other :(


I might need a little technical help here... :oops:


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All photos from Whinlatter yesterday at http://www.sportsunday.co.uk


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All photos from Whinlatter yesterday at http://www.sportsunday.co.uk


I'm sure this is technically spam, but I'm grateful anyway, thanks very much! :? :lol:


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