Congratulations to all SAC competitors! Great job on a very tough race.
2019 SAC RESULTS
TOP 5 TEAMS:
1. Way Smith
2. Dodd Dodd
3. Devereaux Siplon
4. Halling Maginn
5. Wax Spencer
Here is the SPOT plot for the race, SPOT 2019.
Thank you to the staff and RO’s who made the race possible:
Assistant Match Directors: Jimmy and Collin
Medical Staff: Doc Bruce, Chris, Teresa, Jasmine, and Leela.
RO’s and general staff: Steve, Dave, Doug, Luke, Aaron, Chris, Ken, Shawn, Stan, Alex, Mark, John, Griffin, Yves, Derek, John, and Justin.
The photographer was Oleg Volk, email@example.com
Thanks to everyone who participated and helped!
SAC 2019 SPOT Link
Data will go live as the race starts.
FINAL SAC COMPETITOR NOTES
Make sure we have your SPOT data registered with us AND that you have enabled TRACK mode for at least an hour. No team whose SPOT is not tracking will be permitted to do the land nav mission. We are still missing a couple teams’ data. I am not going to track you down, this is your responsibility. If you do NOT see your team name on the tracking web page, we do not have you SPOT 2019
If you plug “Shirley Basin Leo Loop, Hanna, WY” into Google maps, it’ll take you pretty much right to the Q Creek HQ. The UTM coords of the HQ are approx 13T 374250 4674100.
Check-in will be available 5-7pm THURSDAY ONLY. Check-in is required prior to 7:00 PM THURSDAY if you want to race. All competitors and guests on-site must sign waivers.
On Friday morning, make sure your SPOT is on and tracking by 6:30 AM so that we can verify everyone is online before race start.
Please bring a few sheets of paper and a pen appropriate for making field sketches or reports. Some type of waterproof or water resistant paper is recommended (rite in the rain, revlar, terraslate, etc), but not required.
You need to have tested your water purification devices and processes before you show up. A significant portion of “available water” on this course will be from natural sources. Think “expedition style” as opposed to water tanks everywhere. There is a lot of natural water on the course and you will need to be able to use it.
There is no place to check zero or sight in once on site. Show up ready to shoot for score.
At check-in, you will get a race packet that outlines the procedures and scoring. Read how scoring works. There will be an opportunity to have questions answered Thursday before 7pm and Friday morning at muster. Bring your firearms to check-in for TECH INSPECTION. Firearms must be cold/unloaded.
Muster at 8:00 AM Friday, ready to race. (All firearms to be “cold.”)
Remember, you will need to bring a check or cash for $100 (exact change please) for your radio deposit. This will be returned when you turn in your (working) radio. Radio deposits will be exchanged for radios upon race end, or before awards on Sunday. Please note that if you quit the race early, you may have to wait until staff is available, or until awards Sunday, for the exchange.
Awards will be at the check-in location at 10:00 AM Sunday.
The Spot Tracker URL is at the top of this message. No points will be displayed with timestamps before Friday at 0600.
REMINDER: BIPODS PERMITTED ON CARBINES. HANDGUNS NO OPTICS.
The core staff will be heading up Tues AM. Once we are on-site, communications are very difficult. I will check my email and voicemail about twice a day and do my best to get back to you.
If we have any additional competitor notes, they will be published in the same manner as this notice.
The following teams have not submitted SPOT data. Please refer to the other post about how to do this. This is due by Friday. No team without an online spot will be allowed to start land nav. 3607, 7416, 8337, 9028
The following teams have submitted SPOT info but do not have any TRACK messages, so please follow that part of the instructions: 2551, 3176, 5842, 7492
The following teams have not submitted SPOT data. Please refer to the other post about how to do this. This is due by Friday. No team without an online spot will be allowed to start land nav. 1133, 2670, 3607, 4144, 6892, 7331, 7416, 7487, 7599, 8337, 9028