Killer Bee Test Loop
The Killer Bee Test Loop is an 11.3 km orienteering course used to test race fitness for mountain dudes and dudettes. The course is set on the Artillery Spring map. It was designed by Beatrice Zurcher and first used as an "A" day in the 1998 Rocky Mountain 1000 Day. The navigation isn't difficult and the terrain, vegetation, and footing allow for very fast running.
14 June 2003
The current records for the course are both held by Mikell Platt and are: a) touching streamers only -- 53:29 and b) controls with punching -- 55:00.
Personal bests for June 14th (for the course with controls and punching) are shown below.
Flying Killer Bee with a Fierce Sting (under 60 minutes)
Mikell Platt -- 55:00
Fantastic Killer Bee (under 65 minutes)
Non-Africanized Bee (under 70 minutes)
Mosquito (under 80 minutes)
Brian Moore -- 71.56
Jan Ingebrigtsen -- 79:20
Squashed Termite (under 90 minutes)
Mike Dieck -- 89:23
Troy Bazarth -- 89:25
Squashed Termite Aspirant
Mark Hendrickson -- 99:40