Run 29:00  *** 4.0 km (7:15 / km)
After another attempt at a jury meeting (having pressganged Anna into the jury after various others were eliminated on the grounds of either conflict of interest or being unable to be found), I made it out to the event and jogged round all the controls - as always in such exercises, being slowed down by deciding what to do with any issues encountered, although I had the sense my body might not have appreciated anything more ambitious. (It is the first time for a while I've managed to do something on four successive days).
Relieved that today seemed to go pretty smoothly - if anyone noticed that the map at control 42 was slightly wrong they haven't told us about it. (The map shows two low crossable walls not joining but in fact they do - not sure if this was an error which wasn't picked up or late building work - so we made the control as visible as possible from all likely approach directions on the basis that if you see the flag you don't usually ask too many questions).
And we finally managed to conclude a 24-hour saga late in the day. In case you're wondering, the hold-up was that a written response to the original complaints, which we're used to being a rapid and straightforward process, is much more complicated in a place where any written communication has to go through a formal process, and without a written response to a complaint there cannot be a protest. In the end I sought, and received, approval from the IOF to refer the complaints directly to the jury - once that was done (and a certain juror had finished her race) the actual meeting was relatively quick.
One benefit of the drawn-out jury process was that I had the chance to have a good conversation with Lars Lindstrom (Danish coach and one of the jury members), and get a bit envious of their resources (their annual high performance budget is roughly ten times ours).