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2015 Waikato-BoP TCC Results available

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

The full results sheet from the 2015 NZ Arb/Husqvarna Waikato-Bay of Plenty TCC is available now for download here.

Once downloaded you will find the Overall Scoresheet located in the first Worksheet (located in the bottom tabs of the Excel Spreadsheet) followed by the individual event result tabs.

This years regional TCC was held in the trees at Gate2B, Waikato University, Knighton Road on Saturday May 9, 2015.

Top 5 placings were:

  • 1] Matt Glen - 169.69
  • 2] Elliott Fitzjohn - 162.69
  • 3] Craig Wilson - 150.43
  • 4] Shaun Hardman - 148.23
  • 5] Nicky Ward-Allen - 138.54

Individual event winners:

  • Metrogreen Throwline: Rhys Fransen
  • AB Equipment Speed Climb: Matt Gen
  • Silky Aerial Rescue: Craig Wilson
  • Asplundh Work Climb: Matt Glen
  • Dongahys Foot Lock: Dale Thomas

Waikato-BoP Regional Young Arborist of the Year:

  • Craig Lamb (from WINTEC)

Full Results:

2015 NZ Arb/Husqvarna Waikato-BoP TCC Results



Posted by Richard Tregoweth Google+


2015 NZ Arb/Husqvarna Waikato/BoP Regional TCC

Monday, May 11, 2015

Photographs taken at the 2015 NZ Arb/Husqvarna Waikato/BoP Regional TCC at Waikato University are available now on Flickr.

Treetools will post full results as soon as they are available.



Posted by Richard Tregoweth Google+


Arborfilms wins the 2015 Peoples Choice

Friday, February 20, 2015

The Taranaki Tree Fest (Tree Climbing Film Festival) 'Peoples Choice Prize', sponsored by Treetools, is awarded to the film which generates the most enthusiasm from the audience on premier night (at the Kings Theatre in Stratford)… and there was no contest for the 2015 Peoples Choice Award - 'Tree Recon' by kiwi film makers Arborfilms won hands down.

The short film, shot single-handedly by Arborfilms director Tumai Laybourn, received a standing ovation from the Kings Theatre crowd. 

Tumai, who happened to be in the audience filming a documentary about the film festival itself, was caught completely by surprise.  "We're blown away by the reaction to the film".

'Tree Recon' had over 3500 views in 24 hours on YouTube and its easy to see why. 

Arborfilms won a GoPro Hero 4 Silver from Treetools for their outstanding effort.


 


Posted by Richard Tregoweth Google+



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