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Re: Free Spirits CTC Participation and Leaderboard

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33 participants in February, more than any month last year. Personally I thought it was a pretty tough challenge, good to see so many entries.
Welcome to Bob Lesch, a fresh new FS in the CTC.
According to the sheet it was Peter Tullett's 150 th CTC. I don't know whether this is quite correct but it's worth mentioning I think. Congrats and respect.
In the lead only two now, Morten and Claudius.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

Entries are still possible. If someone might notice something has changed in the results of February please let me know.

Have fun with the March challenge.
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Well done Peter =D> ^O^ =D> ^O^ :fsbgrin:
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Thanks Steve, I just about manage to do ctc's these days - keep thinking each may be my last - but they give me a target each month!

Have not done serious rowing for many years now - glad to see you still rowing well, keep it up!
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Tyelander wrote:
Thu Mar 05, 2020 6:13 pm
Thanks Steve, I just about manage to do ctc's these days - keep thinking each may be my last - but they give me a target each month!

Have not done serious rowing for many years now - glad to see you still rowing well, keep it up!
Great to hear from you Pete. Glad you're hanging on in there with the sport =D>
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Thanks for the encouragement Dave Plumb - you are Legend - don't know how you have kept it going to such a high level for so long =D> Well Done

As for me, am just 'hanging in' as best I can - mostly running & cycling these days - really can't get anywhere to previous level on the unforgiving Erg!
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I've updated the sheet, the regular way, I suggest to wait and see what happens in April before we make any adjustments. After all, also people who have entered a March score may have entered it before they couldn't reach their erg anymore. Also people might fall ill of course, though I hope not.
Guy and Barbara didn't enter a score last month, they're the only ones from the previous top 20.
I made a copy of the results before entering the March numbers.
For those who can: good luck with the April challenge; for everyone else: we'll come up with something. It's not the most important thing in the world right now, but I agree that some kind of adjustment is only fair.

As always: stay safe

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I've updated the board, I think the consequences of the virus are now showing more then last month. The number of participants, in our team, overall in the competition, some of the regulars not rowing, it's all a bit different now.
For now I just keep recording the points, when everything is back to normal maybe we can find a way to even things out.
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Hi
Pretty new on here and just tried to add a score on the CTC website. Haven't seen it appear. Is there a delay? Anything else I need to do?

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Crushy wrote:
Tue Jun 09, 2020 12:45 pm
Pretty new on here and just tried to add a score on the CTC website. Haven't seen it appear. Is there a delay? Anything else I need to do?
Your score should be displayed immediately. I can see you on the board (59th position at the moment) and sitting aboard FreeSpirits II :fsbgrin:
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Thanks I'd waited a little while and it hadn't showed. I can see it now.

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Hi all,
Being new I don't know how many people have access to an erg but it looks like we are a little light on entries from the ladies.
Any ladies out there want to give it a go?

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I had completely forgotten about this last month. Now I have processed the May scores. Quite a lot of re-entry's. And Clare Burrell's 100th according to the list, Roger Burrell's 125th as well as Liefcat's 150th. ^O^

The June results will appear later today I think so hurry when you're very interested in this intermittent list.

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fkoene wrote:
Sat Jul 04, 2020 10:18 am
The June results will appear later today I think so hurry when you're very interested in this intermittent list.
Can you leave this one up Fred. I'm in the top 10 for a change! :lol:
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You still are, Jon, great. Even 4 points further away from number 10. A thread for you is of course James Hayter, rapidly moving towards the top 10. WIth 2 CTC's missing, that's a great job.
Three completely new entry's this month. Amongst which Crushy active on the forum as well. Welcome to all of you and hopefully the start of many to come.
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fkoene wrote:
Sat Jul 04, 2020 10:18 am
I had completely forgotten about this last month. Now I have processed the May scores. Quite a lot of re-entry's. And Clare Burrell's 100th according to the list, Roger Burrell's 125th as well as Liefcat's 150th. ^O^
Congratulations to Clare, Roger and Eric for their milestones =D> ^O^ =D> ^O^ =D>
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A bit later in the month due to my vacation, but here's the new sheet. Still handwork, I wonder whether Jon might have ideas about this. No worries Jon, I don't mind keeping the scores, the only thing is that it's not ready the first of the new month.

Welcome Kevin, the first entry for you, a big welcome back to Stan, I looked it up, your last entry was 2017. And welcome to Colin (L). Added the points to Colin (H) if you don't mind. I might as well do a Claudius (H/L), maybe next month.

Good luck with the August CTC. Personally I want to make some meters first before trying it.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
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