British Champs Podium, Kilnsey May 5th 2019, credit: On The Red Line
The Sprint Relay champions are Edinburgh University.
The Forest Relay champions are
New Champions, Photo: Rob Lines
The British Championships were the final race of the UK Elite O League 2019. The winners were Will Gardner and Megan Carter-Davies. Curiously the first five men were over 23, the first five women under 23. Prizes were presented at the relays.
The League tweeted a short video of some of the late starting men up on the moor as they started down to the last controls.
🎥 Tap for video— UK Elite Orienteering League (@UKEliteOLeague) 6 May 2019
We grabbed a few shots of the late starting men* yesterday on the descent to the finish and clipped them together**
*apart from the winner (Ali McLeod)
**sorry about the music, the choice was limited pic.twitter.com/DB5wq14WAo
Sprint Relay Podium, Bradford University, May 4th 2019. 1.Edinburgh University, 2.Forth Valley, 3.Bristol.
A spectator control was on all courses: Fiona Bunn of Cambridge University leads on leg 1 of the relay (photo: Wendy Carlyle)
Fay Walsh hands over to Ali Masson at the end of leg 1 (photo: Wendy Carlyle)
GB Squad Member Sasha Chepelin ran leg 3 for Edinburgh University (photo: Wendy Carlyle)
Edinburgh University's anchor Zoe Harding is met by her team (Fay Walsh, Ali Masson and Sasha Chepelin) as she reaches the line (photo: Wendy Carlyle)
Women's Premier Class: 1.South Yorkshire, 2.Airienteers, 3.Edinburgh Southern.
Men's Premier Class: 1.Airienteers, 2.Forth Valley, 3.Nottinghamshire.