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Results of the
1996 International & Intercollegiate Mining Competition

Hosted by Montana Tech

First
Second
 
Men's Team Mucking Jack Leg Hand Steel Swede Saw Track Stand Gold Pan Survey Overall
Alaska 4:04.5 15.37 5 7/8 2:55.94 7:53.50 1133 10  10
CSM 1 3:34.53 20.53 10 5/8 3:34.53 6:01.47 1216 9  6
CSM 2 4:15.85 18.99 7 5/16 4:15.85 10:56.59 2166 4  12
Idaho 1 3:22.69 12.5 4 7/8 2:51.47 6:02.25 910 13  8
Idaho 2 4:42.53 9.24 4 1/4 2:56.94 8:17.56 1210 15  16
Mackay 1 2:20.25 18.7 13 3/4 1:34.09 4:40:36 1689 12  3
Mackay 2 3:22.41 15.6 12 5/8 1:51.60 5:56.29 1887 5  5
Michigan Tech 4:08.12 13.19 7 1/2 4:46.38 7:07.32 1457 16  15
Montana Tech 1 2:51.47 17.78 12 7/8 1:46.80 4:50.87 2233 2  2
Montana Tech 2 3:41.09 12.05 5 13/16 1:54.70 5:04.34 1360 13  9
South Dakota 1 3:38.60 18.73 9 9/16 3:00.37 6:39.34 27:53 11  7
South Dakota 2 5:11.65 11.85 8 3:59.60 9:30.40 2341 5  16
UBC 3:53.32 15.62 4 7/8 5:53.15 7:29.87 3761 7  13
UMR 1 3:01.97 16.47 11 1/4 1:26.44 4:58.72 764 1  1
UMR 2 3:23.97 13.38 9 3/4 1:41.30 6:26.85 1152 3  4
Utah 4:51.69 20.06 4 2:36.15 7:24.22 2912 8  11
Wisconsin 3:57.00 11.26 6 13/16 2:48.70 9:32.49 1171 17  13
Women's Team                
CSM 4:23.89 9.72 3 9/16 12:14.00 11:01.07 2605 DQ 6
Mackay 3:41.28 12.7 5 5/16 3:18.00 10.07.37 946 5 3
Michigan Tech 7:03.29 10.11 2 5/8 5:25.00 11:15.53 1261 2 5
Montana Tech 1 3:44.09 7.72 5 7/16 2:45.00 8:45.84 980 1 2
Montana Tech 2 3:47.43 8.5 3 3/4 3:02.00 10:28.09 640 3 4
UMR 3:21.43 13.22 5 3/4 3:04.00 7:23.15 1132 4 1
Wisconsin 4:39.91 13.04 2 3/4 13:46.00 11:05.84 3433 6 7
DQ=Disqualified, NS=No Show

 

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