Calling Kittenkat!

Is there going to be another UK vs USA competition in January?

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16/12/2010 at 17:54
Looking forward to signing up tomorrow - this was a great motivator for me last year, so V excited.

Off-topic a bit - I can't find your "not-the-super-six" thread today. I'm not up for that, but it was becoming a good read. Where did you put it?
kittenkat    pirate
16/12/2010 at 18:00
joddly wrote (see)
Looking forward to signing up tomorrow - this was a great motivator for me last year, so V excited. Off-topic a bit - I can't find your "not-the-super-six" thread today. I'm not up for that, but it was becoming a good read. Where did you put it?

http://www.runnersworld.co.uk/forum/forummessages.asp?UTN=169107&URN=9&dt=1&srchdte=0&cp=1&v=7&sp=

16/12/2010 at 20:17

These are the results from the last one.

RWUK Miles: 22686.56.  Average miles per runner per day: 5.15
RWUSA Miles: 12291.34.  Average miles per runner per day: 4.84
Grand Total Mileage for Both Teams: 34977.9
Total Difference: 10395.21

And the winning team so far is... RWUK

http://vansvault.org/rwuk_vs_rwusa/images/3dflags-gbr1-1.gif

The RWUSA team only needs to run 800 more miles to close the gap, or 9.76 miles per runner.

RWUK Average Stats: 81 of 142 (57%) are running below the RWUK team average.

RWUSA Average Stats: 50 of 82 (61%) are running below the RWUSA team average.

Dark Vader    pirate
17/12/2010 at 07:51

Just a thought, to stop the problem last year of someone coming in a posting two weeks of data.. is there a way to 'lock' the results entering so you can only enter the previous 3 or 4 days worth at maximum..?   That would be long enough to cover the weekend but not too long to make a mess of it for those in competitive mode....  if that window is missed, then tough...   it will encourage people to post daily results..

Possible..?

Edited: 17/12/2010 at 07:52
17/12/2010 at 08:32
OK, I need the motivation to get back out there, but it won't be close to 5 miles a day.

SJ
kittenkat    pirate
17/12/2010 at 12:52
17/12/2010 at 13:04

I'm in.

See you over there, folks.


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