Kent Night Cup 8 DFOK Shorne Country Park
Thu 15 Nov 2018
Results & split times: DFOK website.
One of the rare occasions...
Type of event:
One of the rare occasions when a really bright headlamp could be a bit of a disadvantage, with the swirling mist and low cloud in the upper reaches of the Park. Often really close competition in the dash to the Finish, with some times only a second apart. Thanks Andrew & the DFOK team for the event.
Pre Event Info
Nearest town: Shorne
- Grid Ref:
- Latitude: 51.41298
- Longitude: 0.42923
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