Orienteering on Limpertsberg

 October 14th        1    

Today, we had a great start into the series of five orienteering events organized by LuxOC members in this fall season. About 40 runners met on a sunny Sunday morning in the Tony Neuman park on Limpertsberg. A new map, prepared by E. Wirtz, make the runners explore the beautiful park on a steep slope as well as the surrounding residential areas of Limpertsberg and Rollingergrund. Five different courses were offered from the very easy children's run of 0.5 km to the advanced adult version of 2.9 km where runners had to go down and climb up the hill at least three times. One could hardly get lost in this area, however, the choice of the best route was quite challenging. It could very well happen (and did happen) that you found yourself on the wrong side of the fence 1 meter away from the next control post.

Here the results (errors in the timing cannot be excluded):

A: children easy 0,5 km

  • Marie Anna 5'
  • Jan 10'
  • Les filles 11'
  • Matthias 11'
  • Tomas 11'
  • Vitek 14'
  • Jonas 20'
  • Jachym (without timing)


B: children middle 1,0km

  • Agne 12'
  • Jan 18'
  • Mikulas 18'
  • Vitek 26'
  • cha-man 41'
  • Les sisters 42'
  • Damel Mukai 52'
  • Juna & Myntje 65'
  • Misa (did not finish)


C: families 1,1km

  • Jan 18'
  • Mikulas 22'
  • Matthias 27'
  • Les filles 35'
  • Tomas 58'
  • Jachym (without timing)


D: children difficult 2,3km

  • Jakob 36'
  • Marie Anna 38'
  • Sandra 50'


E: adults 2,9km

  • Kriss 27'
  • Marek 33'
  • Atte 34'
  • Robert 35'
  • David 38'
  • Helle 38'
  • Jan & Eva 39'
  • Anne-Laure 41'
  • Agne 42'
  • Brigitta 43'
  • Ludger 45'
  • Zita's lost team 89' (including a stop in a bar)
  • Stefano 42' (one control missing)
  • Maggie (did not finish)

Comments

  • K&S&K&S

    K&S&K&S 4 weeks ago

    Elizabeth,

    Thanks a lot for all the organization! Was nice to discover Neuman park.

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