Bethel Schools Sprint by Balter.
Kind of a disaster. Actually, most of the course was quite good. It helped that I have started to know the area. However, in reading ahead, I started to get fixated on the last control. There were two oddities: 1) the course ended at 19, whereas I thought there were supposed to be controls in the 20s, and 2) I could not see where the finish was, assuming there were indeed 19 controls. Late in the course, (with nearly 20 minutes running already) I once again tried to figure it out. Then, I somehow started orienteering from 16 to 19--yes, missing two controls. As I was almost at 19, I realized I hadn't gone to 18, so ran back to that. After getting to 19, I punched, assuming the course was done, and walked around to the parking lot where I saw Ross and what I realized was the finish control. Needless to say, it was a bit of a cluster for me.
This idea of running a sprint of 150% expected length and time may actually be a good exercise. Not sure how to package it, though. It was good to see that the wheels came off as I crossed over the expected running time.