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Results of the
2007International & Intercollegiate Mining Competition
Hosted by University of Arizona
1st place 2nd place 3rd place

Men's Teams
Overall
Place
Gold Panning
Jackleg Drilling
Hand Mucking
Hand Steeling

Swede Saw

Surveying
Track Stand
WASM Wallabies - A
3
6.17
157 1/2"
2.47
15 6/32"
DQ
142.51 ft
4.58
WASM Wallabies - B
9
20.45
177"
2.56
9 11/32"
1.27
135.16 ft
7.30
Team Britain
12
98.28
136"
3.57
5 2/32"
2.38
DNF
8.24
CSM
15
48.24
97"
4.54
4 17/32"
5.15
190.95 ft
9.27
Mackay
1
41.36
113 3/4"
2.45
13 19/32"
0.54
3.52 ft
4.48
Montana Tech - A
2
18.11
124 3/4"
2.54
11 14/32"
1.32
0.25 ft
5.22
Montana Tech - B
6
21.41
147 3/4"
3.13
9 28/32"
1.37
0.16 ft
4.35
U of A - A
4
19.39
188 1/4"
3.03
9 30/32"
1.24
34.25 ft
5.3
U of A - B
14
51.25
83"
3.31
5 6/32"
DNF
44.31 ft
9.48
U of A - C
12
45.19
91 1/2"
3.58
4 13/32"
3.03
41.82 ft
DNF
UK
11
49.26
113 1/2"
3.35
7 17/32"
1.54
5.18 ft
8.34
UMR - B
7
26.18
114 1/8"
3.05
9 1/32"
1.18
0.23 ft
4.30
UMR - A
4
59.49
155"
2.28
12 4/32"
1.05
222.67 ft
3.36
Virginia Tech
10
39.33
87"
2.58
10 21/32"
0.47
152.74 ft
5.29
WASM Wombats
8
66.6
164 1/4"
2.33
12 2/32"
0.59
224.88 ft
5.12
 
Women's Teams
               
Montana Tech
2
76.28
184 1/2"
4.13
7 18/32"
2.15
205.85 ft
12.27
UMR Lady Muckers - A
1
23.56
137 3/4"
4.09
5 27/32"
1.28
231.7 ft
6.05
UMR Lady Muckers - B
3
20.58
127 1/2"
5.59
5 2/32
2.26
8.32 ft
10.2
WASM Wombats
4
29.28
103"
4.00
7 14/32"
2.55
DNF
6.52
 
Co Ed Teams
               
Team Britain
2
26.22
78"
3.22
4 6/32"
2.46
DNF
8.25
CSM
1
47.33
112"
4.04
4 16/32"
2.18
103.92 ft
12.32
Montana Tech
               
UK
3
55.6
133 3/4"
5.01
5 11/32"
3.55
DNF
6.08
 
Alumni Teams
               
U of A
3
26.32
196"
3.46
5 18/32"
1.37
38.72 ft
8.30
UMR
2
28.25
131 1/2"
2.47
10 21/32"
1.22
0.54 ft
5.25
Montana Tech
1
27.56
118"
2.39
13 18/32"
1.18
6.49 ft
7.25
Mackay
       
16 21/32"
     

 

 

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