Close results at LuxNUL 1 in Sandweiler
The first run in the 2019-20 Luxembourg Night Urban League ("LuxNUL") took place on the streets and paths of Sandweiler on Wednesday 11 December. The rain stopped just before the first starters set off, and runners were set some interesting route choice challenges.
The winner on the long ("Deer") course was Chris Scott, putting in a fast performance after some time out with injuries. He was 2 1/2 minutes clear of Jonas Wollf and Ondra Kotecky - both of whom will remember to bring headlamps to the next LuxNUL! Honours were even between Staffan Vowles and Michael Hock, and Rob Hembrow was only one second ahead of Brigi Gersey - bet Rob will be putting in some training before the next run!
Winner of the middle distance ("Rabbit") course was young Elvire Pierlot. She and her family were welcome visitors from the Belgian club CO Liege.
Youngest participant was Lola, Orsi Luckoczky's recently arrived daughter, taking part in the D0 age category, for which the use of a stroller and a mother to push are fully permitted.
The results for the run have been compiled by Michael Hock, and are on the HELGA website - see here.
Cumulative placings to date for the overall LuxNUL rankings are also attached.
LOST PROPERTY - a nice pair of blue woollen gloves was found outside the venue. Please contact David Roach either directly, or via the "info" club email address, to arrange safe return.
Luxembourg OC looks forward to welcoming members and friends to the next LuxNUL run, on Wednesday 15 January 2020, in Limpertsberg. Further details on this website nearer the time.
LuxNUL Co-ordinator and Organiser