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Spring 2004 event - Results

Explorer Competition Results
Rank
Team Name Scout Group
County
Points
1 We Have No Name Stannington Explorers
South Yorkshire
640
2 Norton Nemesis Woodseats Explorers
South Yorkshire
620
3 Mummy's Little Soldiers Doncaster Danum South Explorers
South Yorkshire
610
4 Team Bradley Wood SHABA Explorers
South Yorkshire
565
5 Predator 1 Carlow & Old Whittington Explorers
Derbyshire
560
6 Kathy's Angels Ripon Explorers
North Yorkshire
480
7 Jambon Woodseats Explorers
South Yorkshire
474
8 The One Hit Wonders Dewsbury District Explorers
West Yorkshire
460
9 Super Woks Woodseats Explorers
South Yorkshire
435
10 The Camp Campers Warley Explorers
West Yorkshire
425
11 4 Lost Blokes Woodseats Explorers
South Yorkshire
425
12 Predator 2 Carlow & Old Whittington Explorers
Derbyshire
420
13 Abandoned Angels Doncaster Danum South Explorers
South Yorkshire
410
14 The Power Rangers Northwood Explorers
Greater London Middlesex West
400
15 Giant Penguin 5 Don District Explorers
South Yorkshire
395
16 Flirking Schnitz Tame Valley Explorers
Greater Manchester East
395
17 The Muppets Warley Explorers
West Yorkshire
380
18 Didgeridoos Polaris Explorers
Derbyshire
367
19 Dynamite Divas Polaris Explorers
Derbyshire
361
20 The Mad Moorsiders Hollymoreside Explorers
Derbyshire
360
21 Tree Huggers Crookes Explorers
South Yorkshire
340
22 Electric Bugamoos Polaris Explorers
Derbyshire
340
23 Yorkshire Puddin's Hillsborough Explorers
South Yorkshire
330
24 Window Lickers Ripon Explorers
North Yorkshire
323
25 The Blistering Pace 2 Walsall Explorers
West Mercia
313
26 Denholme Invaders Denholme Explorers
West Yorkshire
305
27 Mr Beeglands Venture Scouts Woodseats Explorers
South Yorkshire
304
28 Al Qaida Northwood Explorers
Greater London Middlesex West
294
29 Lunatics Denholme Explorers
West Yorkshire
285
30 The Mavericks Ardsley Explorers
South Yorkshire
265
31 The BS Tarts Warley Explorers
West Yorkshire
250
32 R.A.N.D.O.M. Stannington Explorers
South Yorkshire
240
33 Norfolk and Chance Tame Valley Explorers
Greater Manchester East
225
34 Baby Rejects Roche District Explorers
South Yorkshire
220
35 'Ave It! Walsall Explorers
West Mercia
215
36 Jenny's Fan Club Dore Explorers
South Yorkshire
200
37 The One Heads Walsall Explorers
West Mercia
165
38 Modnar Woodseats Explorers
South Yorkshire
104
39 Domestic Violence Don District Explorers
South Yorkshire
100
40 Lost Boys Donaster Danum South Explorers
South Yorkshire
71
41 Where Are We? Fife Explorers
Fife
50
42 Y.I. Roche District Explorers
South Yorkshire
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Network Competition Results
Rank
Team Name Scout Group
County
Points
1 Be Reight Woodseats Network
South Yorkshire
685
2 Lords of the Ring Sting Woodseats Network
South Yorkshire
632
3 ICBINV ICBINV
Derbyshire
580
4 Grapes on Sunday Fylde Local Network
West Lancashire
455
5 Team Welsh Cardiff & The Vale of Glamorgan Network and Cardiff University Scout & Guide Society
South Glamorgan
395
6 Team Fred Sheffield Students in Guides & Scouts
South Yorkshire
280
7 The Big Boys Did It And Ran Away Handsworth Network, Norfolk
South Yorkshire
260
8 We 3 Tarts Handsworth Network, Norfolk
South Yorkshire
239
9 Summit Stannington Network
South Yorkshire
235

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Autumn 2016 event.

Autumn 2016 event

Three days of adventures and challenges on the Peak District's Eastern Moors.

Spring 2016 event.

Spring 2016 event

An unforgettable night-time challenge through the Temple Newsam estate in Leeds.

Autumn 2015 event.

Autumn 2015 event

The exclusive Harewood House estate welcomes Apex for the first time.

Spring 2015 event.

Spring 2015 event

The Apex Challenge returns to Bramham Park in West Yorkshire.

Autumn 2013 event.

Autumn 2013 event

A military theme at Strensall near York for Apex Special Ops.

Spring 2013 event.

Spring 2013 event

Apex returns to Sherwood Pines for a challenge during the night.

Autumn 2012 event.

Autumn 2012 event

Returning to our first ever location to celebrate our tenth anniversary.

Spring 2012 event.

Spring 2012 event

A new location at Bramham Park near Leeds for the first event of 2012.

Autumn 2011 event.

Autumn 2011 event

A thrilling three days of adventure with the hottest weekend of the year.

Spring 2011 event.

Spring 2011 event

The event sells out in record time for a weekend baked in sunshine!

Autumn 2010 event.

Autumn 2010 event

Brand new activities this year included archery and rifle shooting.

Spring 2010 event.

Spring 2010 event

The warmest weather of the year so far for this year's spring challenge.

Autumn 2009 event.

Autumn 2009 event

Gale force winds add to the excitement on Ilkley Moor.

Spring 2009 event.

Spring 2009 event

There were record levels of interest for teams to take part in this event.

Autumn 2008 event.

Autumn 2008 event

70 teams navigate through Langdale Forest in North Yorkshire.

Spring 2008 event.

Spring 2008 event

A new record of 16 activity bases was waiting for our teams.

Autumn 2007 event.

Autumn 2007 event

Centenary year sees us travel further North than ever to Ilkley Moor.

Autumn 2006 event.

Autumn 2006 event

First ever three-day Apex sees several new event elements tried out.

Spring 2006 event.

Spring 2006 event

Same location but new challenges at Sherwood Pines Forest Park.

Autumn 2005 event.

Autumn 2005 event

More prizes were given away at this event than ever before.

Spring 2005 event.

Spring 2005 event

The overnight event moves to a new location with dense woodland.

Autumn 2004 event.

Autumn 2004 event

More teams and more activity bases than ever before in Burbage Valley.

Spring 2004 event.

Spring 2004 event

Apex Challenge opens up to teams nationwide for the first time.

Autumn 2003 event.

Autumn 2003 event

Stanage Edge hosted our second daytime challenge event.

Spring 2003 event.

Spring 2003 event

Same idea as our first event but this time in the darkness!

Autumn 2002 event.

Autumn 2002 event

More than 20 teams compete for the honour of being our first winners.