Well there are a lot of very tired looking triathletes milling around the hotel pool today. Tired from a night-long party, that is! It’s amazing how much energy is left in this group after the week that they’ve done in training (and the state that some were in at the end of the windy 180km ride earlier in the same day) -it’s remarkable what a few cocktails and the prospect of a day off can do! Two of them have already left for the airport, having bypassed their beds entirely.
In between trips to the airport, Steven and I have been tidying up and checking the camp data, stats and records – Steven’s conclude that soon he’ll need a more robust database to keep all of the data we’ve collected over the past 5 years and 8 camps, and possibly a new lap top too! Here’s a summary of the final results from all of our camp points competitions, and how mel managed to get just one point ahead of Marc for the win.
Note that John and Brian and Heather and Jon were on equal total points – the higher ranking in both cases is given to the athlete with the fastest aggregate (handicap) time across all our 3 events, which is shown here:
This year Steven was unable to complete the camp as he was involved in timing the aquathlon and swim races, however this did allow Jo to complete by racing in all events and so an aggregate time for her races is shown for comparison. Greg and Kay both appear to have good standings based on their points and aggregate times – but unfortunately these are not validated by camp completion hence they are ranked lower than all camp completers.