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Results of the
2004 International & Intercollegiate Mining Competition
Hosted by Montana Tech
First
Second
Men's Teams
Total Points
Survey
Hand Steel
Jackleg
Gold Panning

Track
Stand

Swede Saw
Mucking
U of Arizona
26
.30
7 3/4"
18' 7.5"
35:52:66
4:24:02
1:47:38
4:06:53
Michigan Tech  
20.12
5 3/4"
12' 4"
53:20:77
6:09:54
2:17:91
4:21:09
Montana Tech A
20
57.76
14 1/2"
18'
41:10:18
4:16:37
1:01:19
2:47:60
Montana Tech B
41
285.54
8 3/8"
DQ
135:00:00
5:21:65
1:42:54
4:23:75
U of Nevada - Reno
39
148.45
7 15/16"
14' 1"
71:33:54
6:47:73
1:37:68
DQ
WASM
19
165.61
16 1/4"
18' 2"
28:33:63
4:04:34
1:13:65
3:03:82
UMR
12
.65
13 3/4"
19' 2.5"
21:52:56*
3:39:84
00:58:43
3:09:50
                 
 Co-Ed Teams                
Michigan Tech
17
117.64
3 3/4"
12' 8"
40:26:44
9:39:29
2:39:10
2:31:47
Montana Tech
10
227.42
8 3/4"
16' 4"
43:56:80
4:51:96
1:41:38
2:30:00
U of Arizona
15
1,190,314.9
6 5/8"
15' 11"
24:04:73
6:59:92
2:35:91
3:53:10
                 
Women's Teams                
Montana Tech
12
2153.48
3 3/8"
7' 4.5 "
53:18:64
12:22:34
2:25:66
4:13:84
UMR
9
.2
6 3/8"
14' 2"
42:12:81
9:26:38
2:42:48
4:38:64
                 
Open (Alumni) Teams                
U of Idaho (1979 Team)
7
.236
9 9/16"
21' 5"
74:57:79
5:00:44
1:28:40
3:29"53

* Denotes only team to have all five members find all five bb's.

 

Beer Chug Results

Men University of Arizona
Women Montana Tech
Coed University of Arizona

 

 

 

 

DQ=Disqualified, NS=No Show

 

 

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