Attached below are the results from this weekend’s racing:
A big thank you to all the officials and helpers at this weekend of racing. Without their support we would not be able to put on these events. Yesterday’s sprints saw some of the best racing ever seen at Huntly with numerous photo finishes – visit our Facebook page to see one such finish.
A special thank you to all the British senior team & their coaches for their willingness to take part & support our event.
There are a whole bunch of great photos on our Facebook page (thanks Alan). And on the British Nordic page – thanks Bruce
Huntly Sprints_Mens Time Trial Results
Huntly Sprints_Ladies Time Trial Results
Huntly Sprints_Elite Knock Out race Results
Huntly Sprints_Plate & Novice KO races_27May17
Clashindarroch Hill Climb 2017_Results
The results from Sunday 15th January 17’s Clash Dash Sprints are below, the first race organised by your new Events Team of Fiona Stewart, Steve Young & Graeme Gibb. They coped very well on dreich day with rapidly deteriorating snow conditions.
Thanks are due to Steve Young for grooming the race circuit. Colin Miller for some strategic snow-shovelling. Eileen Young, Claire Newman & Elizabeth Massie for corralling the juniors to the start line. Frank Musgrave & Neil Duncan for manning the lonely course turn-around marker. And a big thanks to Calum Cruickshank & Alan Telford for going back to the Ski Centre to pick up the club skate skis
Well done to all the competitors for providing everyone (especially Pete) with so much entertainment and photo opportunities on The Fingers.
There are photos & videos on the club Facebook page.
And the results: Clash Dash Results 15Jan17
The results of the Huntly Open Championships run on snow in beautiful sun on 28th Feb 2016 can be found here:
Huntly Open Champs_28Feb16
The results for the 3-lap challenge and the team sprints on Sunday 6th September can be found here:
Huntly 3 lap challenge_06Sep15
Huntly Team Sprints_06Sep15
The results of the Huntly sprints and the Clash Hill Climb are attached below. A special thanks to all the marshals & helpers on both days. Without whose support, patience & good humour we would not be able to run these events.
GB03_Clash Hill Climb_Results_31May15
GB02_Huntly Sprints_Mens TT Results_30May15
GB02_Huntly Sprints_Ladies TT Results_30May15
GB02_Huntly Sprints_KO Plate Novice Race Results_30May15
GB02_Huntly Sprints_KO Elite Race Results_30May15
This year we had a big field of 51 skiers in glorious sunshine. Thank you to all who took part or helped. In particular Chris Barton & Gordonstoun school for marshalling & timekeeping. A special big thanks to Colin Miller Miller & Jason Williamson for last minute snow shovelling that made the entire 8.6km course skiable.
A great battle for thwe first three places in the 8.6km race but Duncan Gibb just held off Charles Fletcher of CBNSC & Arne Bohle.
Duncan Gibb & Beth Maclean become Clashindarroch Cup & Quaich winners 2013. Well done.
Congratulations also go out to Andrew Musgrave, Andrew Young & Alex Standen who were competing in the World Cup 15km F in Davos today. Special mention should be made for Alex who was making his World Cup debut a great comeback after his serious injury last season.
The event had a big turnout with 38 skiers taking part from family groups to hot shot youngsters. While some skiers sped around others took a more leisurely approach but hopefully all enjoyed the day. The snow conditions just about held out & the trails are now discontinuous.
Thanks to all who helped or participated.
Tomorrow sees the first JDS session while in Italy a former JDS member will start in the final hill climb stage of the Tour de Ski. Good luck Andrew.
Desipte torrential downpours this year’s rollerski championships went off with fewer hitches than previous years.
A strong contingent came from Cairngorm Biathlon and Nordic Ski Club and we also had representatives from the RAF and the Army.
Cairngorm athletes took 1st and 2nd place in the mens seniors competition with Carl Carrier of the RAF taking third place. Huntly fans will be delighted to hear Posy Musgrave took first Senior Female with Army team members Abi Horner and Emma Cope taking 2nd and 3rd place respectively. Continue reading