RACE RESULTS 2019

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Race Statistics:

Previous Results:

Race Leg Times

Bib No. Team Kayaker Kayak Time Rider Horse Time Runner Run Time Biker Bike Time Team Time Team Place
1 Voltaren Veterans Paul 01:14:00 Katie 00:23:29 Maddy 00:43:52 Andy 00:43:29 03:04:50 3
4 Pacific Princesses Kirst 00:51:10 Sharron 00:27:52 Maddy 00:55:47 Stephanie 01:00:41 03:15:30 4
8 Rat Salad Conrad 01:04:00 Bonnie 00:27:58 Ashton 00:35:11 Arnold 00:48:21 02:55:30 2
9 MB Electrical Tony 01:27:00 Pene 00:33:25 Louise 00:51:19 Geordie 00:38:31 03:30:15 6
11 Corner Kitchen & Bar Maddie S 00:49:20 Lydia 00:29:55 Ginny 00:48:15 Georgia 01:09:24 03:16:54 5
12 Woodlands Stud Jackie 00:44:12 Alaina 00:19:24 Hunter 00:39:10 Mark 00:53:34 02:36:20 1
14 Hugh Green Liam 01:27:00 Rachel 00:33:31 Kirsten & Lydia 00:51:15 Ronelle 00:40:14 03:32:00 7

Race Leg Placings

Bib No. Team Kayaker Kayak Place Rider Horse Place Runner Run Place Biker Bike Place Team Time Team Place
1 Voltaren Veterans Paul 5 Katie 2 Maddy 3 Andy 3 03:04:50 3
4 Pacific Princesses Kirst 3 Sharron 3 Maddy 7 Stephanie 6 03:15:30 4
8 Rat Salad Conrad 4 Bonnie 4 Ashton 1 Arnold 4 02:55:30 2
9 MB Electrical Tony 6 Pene 6 Louise 6 Geordie 1 03:30:15 6
11 Corner Kitchen & Bar Maddie S 2 Lydia 5 Ginny 4 Georgia 7 03:16:54 5
12 Woodlands Stud Jackie 1 Alaina 1 Hunter 2 Mark 5 02:36:20 1
14 Hugh Green Liam 6 Rachel 7 Kirsten & Lydia 5 Ronelle 2 03:32:00 7

Team Placings

Bib No. Team Kayaker Team Place Rider Team Place Place Change Runner Team Place Place Change Biker Team Place Place Change Team Time
1 Voltaren Veterans Paul 5 Katie 5 Maddy 5
Andy 3
(2)
(2)
03:04:50
4 Pacific Princesses Kirst 3 Sharron 2 Maddy 4
(-2)
Stephanie 4
03:15:30
8 Rat Salad Conrad 4 Bonnie 4 Ashton 2
(2)
Arnold 2
02:55:30
9 MB Electrical Tony 6 Pene 6 Louise 6
Geordie 6
03:30:15
11 Corner Kitchen & Bar Maddie S 2 Lydia 3 Ginny 3
Georgia 5
(-2)
(-2)
03:16:54
12 Woodlands Stud Jackie 1 Alaina 1 Hunter 1
Mark 1
02:36:20
14 Hugh Green Liam 6 Rachel 7 Kirsten & Lydia 7
Ronelle 7
03:32:00

RAMBLE RESULTS 2019

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Ramble Leg Results

Bib No. Team Name Rambler 1 Rambler 2 Rambler 3 Rambler 4 Shooting Scouts Bull Horn Walk Time Spotting
30 Team Purdon Katrina Nikki Sarah Claire 1st (100%) 2nd 1st 1.15 hrs 2nd =
32 Eight Legged! Diane Cheryl Glenda Miranda 2nd = (99%) 1st 3rd 1.20 hrs 4th
34 The Raucous Ramblers Louise Sarah Mandy Leanne 2nd = (99%) 3rd 2nd 1.59 hrs 1st
36 The Rough Diamonds Sally Lucy Jane Bronwyn 4th (97%) 4th 4th 1.16 hrs 2nd =

Notes:

Well, true to form the Ramblers never fail to entertain. Here are the emails that sum up the Ramble. Unfortunately even allowing for a slightly ‘bent’ 8 Legged team the ‘Rough Diamonds’ are still run aground in 4th. However after a win last year there is plenty of room for a come back on Sat March 28th 2019. Get practicing Rough Diamonds!

From The 4 Legged Organisers:

There is an official ball tampering enquiry underway after the tennis ball 'mysteriously fell' behind the tree.

Then there is the roll of rope that has also 'disappeared'.

Friggin Ramblers!

We may have to put the SAS/Scouts into the bush next year to watch certain teams.

Please lodge your Defence Please ASAP.

Rough Diamonds may well be coming off their bottom placed positions With a certain other team moving to 4th.

Defence Plea:

Please lodge your Defence Please ASAP.

Oh Dear, we didn't know we weren't supposed to touch the objects! and being the 8 legged when we saw the ball 🎾we couldn't resist a bit of kicking practice showing our skills. All except our pacemaker Di who was not stopping. Consequently we thought we kicked the ball back to touch, while running 🏃🏻‍♀️🏃🏻‍♀️🏃🏻‍♀️to catch up, but it obviously rolled to a different position, which consequently should have suited Louise’s team who walked the track both ways😆

A thousand apologies🙏🏻

The roll of rope we did not touch, but from memory there was only a little bit showing.

By that stage we were well tired at the pace our leader was setting and not up for any more shenanigans😇

We are so grateful that our community, competitors, and sponsors give their time, energy, and support to the 4 Legged, knowing that everything we raise goes to the Painga Project. The work that the Painga Project does in our communities is humbling, so it is a privilege for us to raise money and awareness for them.

Painga simply means ‘well-being’ and the Painga Project is focused on the well-being of primary and intermediate students in low decile South Auckland schools. The Painga Project works to enable a variety of life and learning opportunities through tailored art, music, social, health and sporting programmes within schools. Through these programmes students gain confidence and build pathways into secondary school and beyond.