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Discussion: Results

in: 2015 Boston Sprint Camp (Jun 11–14, 2015 - Boston, MA, US)

Jun 15, 2015 12:20 PM # 
You can find splits from all the races on the root page for this event, and I have posted the points from all the races in a google docs here.

The top three men and women from the A-meet final yesterday at Boston Common were:
1. Will Hubsch
2. Will Enger
3. Ethan Childs

1. Emma Waddington
2. Kseniya Popova
3. Julia Doubson

As mentioned in an earlier thread, Will Hubsch and Emma Waddington will be receiving free entries into the Seattle Adventure Running Tournament.

For the overall sprint camp points, the winner of each race got 100 points, and it went down from there in various chunks of pointages, roughly following the method used in world cup ski racing. Stick to what you know, after all. The best three races out of five were used, allowing those in the "Lite" version of the camp to have a fair competition against those who did the whole thing. Top three men and women:

1. Will Enger (300)
2. Will Hubsch (260)
3. Ethan Childs (200)

1. Emma Waddington (114)
2. Isabel Bryant (55)
3. Kseniya Popova (50)

In the "old guy" competition, i.e. everyone who isn't either an elite or a junior, the top three:

1. Francis Falardeau (90)
2. Philippe Cote-Jacques (61)
3. Kristoffer Josefsson (28)

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