TT Secretary's Notices
Wed 18 May 2022 — Where did you walk?
If you would like to see the routes your teams took during TT22, follow the link Where did you walk which will give instructions on how this can be achieved.
Thu 12 May 2022 — Photos from Ten Tors 2022
The photos from the event which were taken by www.photo-fit.com are now available online to purchase, photos from the award ceremony have also been added.
The following link will take you straight to the Ten Tors pages Ten Tors Challenge 2022
Wed 11 May 2022 — A message from the Event Director - Col Gary McDade
Ten Tors is back!
A massive well done to all who took part, to the adults who gave them the chance, and to the thousands of spectators who made the atmosphere at the finish line so fabulous. Thank you too to the hundreds of Service personnel and volunteers behind the scenes making sure that all aspects of the event ran smoothly and safely. I’m delighted that we were able to get things back to normal after a two year gap.
Ten Tors is unique, the role of Director is to be its Custodian for a short period, so the team and I will reflect on last weekend over the coming weeks before we start planning to ensure Ten Tors 2023 is just as good. See you there!
Below are this year's team statisitic's:
35 miles: 253 teams started, 241 teams successfully completed (95%)
45 miles: 103 teams started, 96 teams successfully completed (93%)
55 miles: 15 teams started, 11 teams successfully completed (73%)
R1: 21 teams (111 challengers) all successfully completed (100%)
R2: 15 teams (80 challengers) all successfully completed (100%)
R3: 11 teams (54 challengers) all successfully completed (100%)
R4: 6 teams (20 challengers) all successfully completed (100%)
JC+: 3 teams (19 challengers) all teams successfully completed with 1 fall out (100%)