Friday, 21 June 2013

Two boats for the June CTC and two rowers for the Summer Solstice

What a weirdly warm, sunny and rainy day we have had for the summer solstice in the UK.  Did you managed to upload 21,000 metres to celebrate the longest day of the year?

Well done to Andy, Paul, Leslie, Beat and John D who all qualified for the 2013 Summer Solstice honour board.
Andy SoyringChicago IL USA Empty the Tanks 22119 
Paul MerhibKailua Kona Hi USA Empty the Tanks 21109 
Leslie FoxDarlington GBR Empty the Tanks 21000 
Beat EmchBellach/SO CHE Empty the Tanks 31813 
John DigweedSantiago RM CHL Empty the Tanks 21097 

We also need to say a big thank you to Angela who has helped the second boat in the June CTC enter the points rankings for the Paddy Power 'waterfall' interval.

The individual results are below:

Position Name Sex Time Pace Power
2 Rowan Simpson M  17:24.0    1:34.9   409.4 
25 Mark Bower M  18:40.7    1:41.9   331.0 
31 Richard Young M  18:44.5    1:42.2   327.6 
56 Dave Pongracz M  19:13.8    1:44.9   303.3 
62 Chris Wheatley m  19:24.1    1:45.8   295.3 
91 John Giles M  19:59.3    1:49.0   270.1 
109 Mike Bode M  20:23.0    1:51.2   254.7 
114 Rob Drury m  20:31.6    1:52.0   249.4 
120 Norman Haas M  20:38.7    1:52.6   245.1 
137 edward jackson M  21:01.7    1:54.7   231.9 
162 Phil Nolan M  21:50.0    1:59.1   207.2 
183 Paul Merhib m  23:17.2    2:07.0   170.8 
188 Mark Kaehler M  23:49.2    2:09.9   159.6 
190 Caroline Joynson f  24:14.4    2:12.2   151.4 
192 Leslie Fox m  24:34.8    2:14.1   145.2 
193 David Bass M  24:37.7    2:14.3   144.4 
194 Foxy2 m  25:09.6    2:17.2   135.4 
198 Kevin McLellan m  25:30.4    2:19.1   130.0 
206 Angela McLellan F  30:31.2    2:46.5   75.9 

3 comments:

  1. Hey don't forget your southern antipodean members rowing their 21000 in the dark and celebrating the winter solstice, here comes summer !

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  2. I got my 21000M done also.

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  3. Good point Diggy - I have added you and Paul to the list. Excellent work there!

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