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Results of the
2000 International & Intercollegiate Mining Competition
Hosted by Montana Tech

 

First
Second

 

Men's Division
Track Stand
Hand Mucking
Jackleg Drill
Swede Saw
Hand Steel
Gold Pan
Survey
Total Points
Overall Placing
Montana Tech A
3.44
244.59
257
.58
17 18/32
63.10
.9
24
2
U of Idaho
5.58
346.93
239 1/2
1.45
9 23/32
60.18
1.01
50
8
New Mexico Tech A
7.31
601.77
164 1/2
2.08
10 12/32
37.95
227.7
65
10
Mackay
4.10
326.20
249 3/4
1.24
11 19/32
60.54
.26
36
5
U of Arizona
6.47
437.64
220 1/2
1.21
10 4/32
47.12
2.03
52
9
U of Mo-Rolla
3.37
434.75
247
.55
11 25/32
56.15
44.47
33
4
Utah
4.00
403.16
184 1/2
1.22
11 14/32
84.33
.28
49
7
Vrigina Tech
5.52
410.16
233 3/4
.58
11 26/32
62.48
198.93
48
6
South Dakota
5.50
349.74
187 1/4
2.08
11 16/32
23.15
64.66
48
6
Australia
3.41
253.01
245 3/4
.49
21
25.12
177.09
21
1
Montana Tech B
4.07
308.06
259 3/8
1.38
11 25/32
36.68
3.69
31
3
                   
Woman's Divison
                 
Montana Tech
8.57
DQ
133
2.58
11 21/32
30.58
.88
18
2
U of Mo-Rolla A
5.35
241.5
191
1.56
10 16/32
35.32
4.55
12
1
U of MO-Rolla B
7.44
417.28
141 3/4
2.50
7 9/32
31.32
2.01
19
3
South Dakota
10.28
344.78
169
2.46
9 13/32
59.72
DQ
21
4
                   
COED Divison
                 
Michigan Tech
7.54
523.4
155 3/4
2.04
7 12/32
58.90
420.71
28
5
Colorado
4.40
417.47
197 3/4
1.42
10 18/32
27.13
DQ
16
2
Montana Tech
6.09
507.22
222
2.03
4 14/32
69.85
DQ
25
3
Australia
4.44
414.78
223
1.29
13
16.63*
17.25
8
1
New Mexico Tech
7.38
805.66
163
2.09
6 11/32
37.25
24.39
27
4

* Only team to successfully find all BB"s during Gold Pan

Beer Chug Champions  
Men's Division Montana
Women's Divison South Dakota
Coed Divison Australia

DQ=Disqualified, NS=No Show

 

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