Knight Street Scramble Weekly Virtual Training
November 23rd 2020 7:00am - November 29th 2020 11:59pm
Organizers: Robyn Rennie (Event Director), Bruce Rennie (Controller)
Welcome to our 2nd Street Scramble. This is another interesting area of Vancouver that has lots of lanes and alleys and a very interesting collection of laneway houses. Keep an eye out for the house on the block that can't be any more than 10 feet wide!! The area is bounded by Knight Street and 33rd which are both busy streets. Please only use the mandatory crossings which are all pedestrian controlled. Subtract your wait time from your final result when you email me.
The map is an autogenerated map and I have used an option to make it more difficult to keep track of the lanes and roads. So it is missing even more of the usual information including a couple of fences that I have put control points on (one fence corner and one fence end). It will be obvious when you get there what to look for to make the app "ping"
There are no pin flags and no social gathering for this event.
There is parking on St Catherines Street. There are schools on the map so please be respectful if there are children on the sites.
Because our insurance policy requires that everyone who participates in a GVOC event is a member of the club, please email gvoc.membership@gmail.
Remember that these events are to be run/walked individually obeying all the social distancing recommendations currently in place. However, for your personal safety please let somebody know where you are and what you are doing. These are not sanctioned events; we don't retain any liability for participants. This is a do it at your own risk, training suggestion.
This event is available in MapRunF under “Select an Event > Canada > British Columbia > Vancouver > Street Series”. Once again the phone is the weak link in this system as it takes a moment to catch up with you as you pass through a control. However it will give you a track at the end to see where you went. GPS watch or timing device tracks can also be uploaded on the MapRunF website to compare your route to others.