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Results of the
2009 International & Intercollegiate
Hosted by Montana Tech

First
Second
Third

Men's Teams
Overall
Place
Hand Steel
Swede Saw
Hand Mucking
Track Stand

Jackleg

Surveying
Gold Pan
Camborne A 8 10-1/2" 1:41:19 2:39:47 4:45:6 11.67' 8.13" 5:38
Camborne - B 12 9-3/4" 2:16:4 2:46:93 7:58:3 11.42' 136.60" 5:20
Penn State 11 8-5/16" 2:39:94 3:38:54 4:36:1 12.01' 13.77" 6:13
Mackay 3 15-1/2" 1:13:15 2:08:85 3:09:2 17.75' 18.23" 4:29
Virginia Tech 10 10-1/2" 1:28:55 3:05:50 4:38:2 11.63' 43.59" 11:37
MT Tech - A 4 13-3/4" 2:06:75 2:52:50 4:25:8 17.82' 11.46" 3:30
MT Tech - C   8-3/16" 2:21:37 3:50:69 5:51:0 7.14' 16.30" 4:55
MT Tech - Time Travelers   9-9/16" 3:40:87 2:55:03 6:10:05 13.42' DQ 7:00
MT Tech - Sallies 5 14-11/16" DQ 1:56:57 3:27:3 16.17' DQ 4:06
WASM Wallabies - A 6 12-3/4" 1:41:0 2:55:03 4:19:4 11.73' 0.75" 5:12
WASM Wallabies - B 7 12-3/4" 1:38:57 2:23:44 6:47:6 11.81' 16.87" 3:22
UMR/S&T - A 2 13-1/3" 1:06:38 2:51:72 3:16:0 14.92' 0.12" 3:49
UMR/S&T - B 9 10-12/16" DQ 3:01:47 4:42:1 12.44' 1.55" 8:01
WASM Wombats 1 17-13/16" 1:37:19 1:58:77 4:33:7 16.75' 2.08" 3:14
 
Women's Teams
               
Mackay
2 7-6/8" 1:44:47 2:27:28 5:14:83 8.60' 7.15" 4:05:4
Montana Tech
3 6-3/8" 2:35:44 3:10:51 12:11:9 9.02' DQ 3:43:50
UMR/S&T
1 8-8/16" 2:22:10 2:43:24 7:56:7 13.30" 3.02" 4:8:58
 
Co Ed Teams
               
Mackay
4 6-11/8" 2:20:82 3:35:46 7:01:7 4.78' 0.26" 9:04:03
Virginia Tech
3 8-2/8" 2:25:64 4:05:44 6:15:4 7.59' DQ 5:36:87
WASM Wallabies
1 11-3/16" 2:12:22 4:07:75 6:23:3 12.67' DQ 10:54:07
Univ of Arizona
5 6-3/16" 2:44:63 4:44:37 9:02:0 11.49' 95.45" 5:20:2
UMR/S&T
2 7-3/4" 3:13:75 4:21:56 6:59:3 15.33' 310.26" 4:51
 
Alumni Teams
               
Desert Drunks
1 9-3/4" 3:13:66 4:10:44 6:45:5 17.51' DQ 9:45
Montana Tech
2 8-3/16" 2:05:94 3:35:28 5:08:70 13.62' 80.78" 11:01
                 

 

 

Beer Chug Results

Men Univ of Arizona
Women Missouri S&T
Coed Missouri S&T

 

 

 

DQ=Disqualified, NC=No Show

 

 

 

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