Tuesday, 2 April 2013

WEC 2013 Day 19 and May CTC vote

In typical techno fashion the blogging gadget to collect the votes for the Cross Team Challenge crashed part way through the allocated voting time. As the blog host I was unable to amend or edit the voting gadget once the poll had gone 'live'. I was hoping that the problem would rectify itself but it didn't! Sorry : (

Bouke and Dave P noticed that the voting poll had not included their choices so I had to go old-skool and add their choices to the existing scores.

If you missed the poll please add your first choice preference by one of the following ways:

a) Blog your preference in the comment box below
b) E-mail me directly @ ett@oddpost.co.uk

The vote so far:

Dave P's 5555 metres is number one, followed by the sex/height/weight adjusted 2k

3 votes = Joe S' mini pyramid - 1000m > 2 min r > 2000m > 2 min r > 1000m
3 votes = Craig W's pyramid - 500m > 30 sec r > 1000m > 60 sec r > 1500m >
90 sec r > 2000m > 120 sec r > 1500m > 90 sec r > 1000m > 60 sec r > 500m
8 votes = Dave P - 5555m
1 vote = Andy - 500m
1 vote = Caroline - 5 x 500m > 2 min r
4 votes = Chris V/ Mark B / Ric - sex / height / weight adjusted 2k

I would like to get the final vote by the end of the week.










In the World Erg Challenge we are still holding onto 13th place and we have an impressive number
of team mates who have reached the 100k club! If you compare us with other similar sized teams 
we are in second place. Excellent work people.

1 Richard Young 365,000
2 Preston Zale 316,100
3 Rob Drury 261,360
4 Beat Emch 202,018
5 Andy Soyring 173,758
6 John Silverberg 158,921
7 Esa Lahnakoski 157,802
8 John Digweed 153,555
9 Leslie Fox 151,237
10 hector m guerrero villa 150,173
11 Paul Merhib 148,500
12 David Marlar 127,601
13 Norman Haas 124,125
14 Mike Pohl 119,342
15 Phil Nolan 116,899
16 Mike Schnell 112,195
17 Mike Bode 110,013
18 Bouke Dieleman 107,387
19 Caroline Joynson 102,205
20 Mark Kaehler 101,664
21 Shawn Kenaley 101,159

WEC 2013 Day 19 = 50 team mates = 13/146 teams = 4,458,808 metres

3 comments:

  1. I completed my lifetime 2 million metres today and now have to go travelling for work, with only a couple more chances to add some miles to the World Erg challenge before it ends, so keep huffing and puffing Empty the Tankers !

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  2. Excellent work Diggy - a great achievement there : )
    ! Have fun travelling for work.
    Join us for the next team event in September (the Fall Team Challenge).

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  3. Hi All. I'd like to vote for the 5555m option. :-)

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