Autumn 2013 event - Facts and figures
These tables show how many teams made it to each control point and activity throughout the weekend.
Kicking off the event's military theme, on Friday teams had to locate as many enemy beacons as possible without being caught by the enemy patrols:
Number of visits
|F2||Cluster of trees.||40||25|
|F7||Twin trunk tree.||10||17|
|F10||Pit in clearing.||10||59|
|F12||Against fence. East side.||30||51|
|FX1||Enemy patrol 1||0||3|
|FX2||Enemy patrol 2||0||6|
|FX3||Enemy patrol 3||0||8|
|FX4||Enemy patrol 4||0||3|
Friday event map
On Saturday teams competed to find as many controls and activities as possible while once again avoiding enemy patrols:
Number of visits
|02||Cluster of trees.||30||58|
|07||Twin trunk tree.||10||44|
|10||Pit in clearing.||10||89|
|12||Against fence. East side.||10||58|
|13||Fence. North-east corner.||20||21|
|14||Behind golf tee.||20||30|
|15||Tree by path junction.||25||32|
|16||Fence. South-west corner.||25||15|
|17||Fence by gateway.||15||74|
|18||Twin trunk tree.||30||36|
|19||Cluster of trees. North edge.||25||39|
|22||Fence by gateway.||20||47|
|23||Enclosure. South-west corner.||20||65|
|25||Large shelter. North end.||20||36|
|26||Small pond. West end.||25||42|
|29||Path junction. Up tree.||25||26|
|B1||Power boost 1.||0||80|
|B2||Power boost 2.||0||85|
|A||Airforce One (Layby. South side.)||50||49|
|B||Chicken Run (End of track.)||50||83|
|C||On The Run (Pond.)||50||72|
|D||Flag Pipes (Flagpole.)||50||90|
|E||Keeping A Log (Wooded area.)||50||86|
|F||Aim And Fire (Open ground by car park.)||50||71|
|G||Gatekeepers (Trees by gateway.)||50||51|
|H||Island Attack (Large boggy pond.)||50||77|
|J||On Target (Shooting range.)||50||65|
|K||Bletchley (Concrete bunker.)||50||64|
|L||Barrow Boy (By watch-tower.)||50||51|
|M||Take Shelter (Large metal shelter.)||50||42|
|X1||Enemy patrol 1||-25||2|
|X2||Enemy patrol 2||-25||9|
|X3||Enemy patrol 3||-25||3|
|X4||Enemy patrol 4||-25||0|
Saturday event map
On Sunday teams had to locate and deactivate landmines:
|PADDY||Paddy The Parrot||60||86|
|SX1||Enemy Patrol 1||-50||2|
|SX2||Enemy Patrol 2||-50||6|
|SX3||Enemy Patrol 3||-50||0|
|SX4||Enemy Patrol 4||-50||0|
|U3||They gave their lives that we might live.||25||84|
|U4||Path to salvation?||25||80|
|U5||Over troubled water. But under.||25||69|
|U6||?115,050 change from half a million.||25||68|
|U7||Big brother's watching. Twice.||25||76|
|U9||Slip not any more.||25||62|
|U10||King of the swingers||25||74|
|W1||Small stile over fence.||25||45|
|W2||Silver birch tree inside prickly bushes.||25||63|
|W3||Edge of small bog.||25||20|
|W4||Middle of wooded area.||25||52|
|W5||Against silver birch trees in a line.||25||55|
|W6||Enclosure with no sapling.||25||34|
|W7||Grenade range sign.||25||42|
|W9||Fallen birch tree.||25||47|
|W10||Split fallen tree.||25||61|
Friday and Saturday maps © Eborienteers and reproduced with their permission. Survey: Barrie Speake and Roberts Mapping 2012. Cartography: Roberts Mapping 2012. Based on Ordnance Survey mapping © Crown Copyright. Licence No. 43423U.
Sunday map reproduced from Ordnance Survey mapping with their permission, on behalf of the controller of Her Majesty's Stationery Office.
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