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Results of the
2003 International & Intercollegiate Mining Competition
Hosted by University of Missouri-Rolla (UMR)
First
Second

Men's Teams
Total Points
Survey
Hand Steel
Jackleg
Gold Panning

Track
Stand

Swede Saw
Mucking
University of Arizona

27*

 

 

190.25

58:24

6:11

2:29:75

4:31:09

Michigan Tech

37

111.16'

11.20

168.75

36:12

8:24

1:20:65

4:07:06

Montana Tech

23

5.94'

16.99

152.0

27:23

4:04

1:03:72

3:35:06

Virginia Tech

30*

56.93'

11.61

 

20:12

7:23

1:37:78

DQ

SIU - Carbondale

45

65.41'

10.02

184.75

91:11

8:42

2:41:22

5:40:25

WASM

17

0.41'

21.37

197.25

16:35

3:35

1:19:44

6:25:25

UMR - A

18

145.26' 

17.51

210.75

30:19

2:56

1:07:09

3:21:44

UMR - B

24*

287.11'

14.73

192.5

47:09

3:50

0:57:25

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Co-Ed Teams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WASM

11*

0.41'

16.78

164.25

12:05

5:01

 

3:18:53

Montana Tech

11*

189.56'

10:31

188.75

23:44

6:58

1:42:97

3:15:31

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Women's Teams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Queen's University

14*

 

5.19

71.25

73:40

19:30

5:09:50

5:35:87

UMR - Lady Muckers

7

235.32'

10:91

155.50

16:54

5:36

1:56:50

4:28:60

*Unfortunately we don't have a photo of the complete score sheet - we apologize. If one of the participating teams has a photo showing complete scores, please contact us so we can complete the scores.

 

Beer Chug Results

Men University of Missouri - Rolla
Women University of Missouri - Rolla
Coed  

 

 

DQ=Disqualified, NS=No Show

 

 

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