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Rank Team number Team name Start Finish Course time CPs visited Penalty/Bonus Final time
1707 Крутое название 09:14 18:14 9:00 22 1:00 8:00
707

Bonuses missed

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

2743 Ну что-нибудь придумаем 10:26 20:14 9:48 22 1:00 8:48
743

Bonuses missed

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

3731 We need a better name 10:02 20:38 10:36 22 0:-45
1:00
8:51
731

Sergei Iakovlev

London

Marina Iakovleva

London

Антон Тюрин

London

Official comment

Дуаль в КП 911

Bonuses missed

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

4721 Почтмейстер 09:42 20:46 11:04 22 1:15 9:49
721

Usachev Svyatoslav

London

Inna Zukher

Other cities

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

5700 Время собирать валежник 09:00 18:29 9:29 21 1:45 7:44
700

Егор Есенков

London

CPs missed

  • 906 Correct answer: granted

    Riddle

    See the picture. Building no. 4 on that street. Inscription above the black door with the address sign.

    Topmost word of the left half of the inscription

6732 Сложновато 10:04 20:52 10:48 21 1:15 9:33
732

Сергей Волнов

London

Яна Волнова

London

Артём Фонарюк

London

CPs missed

  • 911 Correct answer: Poet

    Riddle

    Drop the letter E from the name of this street, and everyone will expect it to have courage, be decisive, and have a lot of ambition. Find the square 200 meters north-west from the northern end of the street. Blue plaque on the house no. 3.

    Third line from the bottom

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

7713 Spring in the city 09:26 20:54 11:28 21 0:30 10:58
713

Maria Aksarina

London

Ольга Дьяченко

Moscow

CPs missed

  • 908 Correct answer: Slower speed is what we need

    Riddle

    1. X — 1.6 million 2. Y — 420 thousands 3. Z — 390 thousands All the places listed below can be found in London: X Road, X Rise, X Close, X Gardens Y Street, Y Road, Y Place Z Road, Z Avenue, Z Terrace, Z Hill Go to Z Hill. Speed limit sign across the road from a school at the north-western end of the street.

    Text below the sign

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

8706 Imperial oenophiles 09:12 20:50 11:38 20 11:38
706

Maria Khan

London

Kirill Khraponichev

London

Anton Sharapov

London

CPs missed

  • 918 Correct answer: 6

    Riddle

    - Why did the __ __ the road? - Because there was a black hole on the other side. Remove the space between two missing words, and find the street of the same name. Pedestrian passage located in 5 meters to the north-west from the western end of the street in question. Graffiti on the fence.

    Number of bottles in the milkman’s basket

  • 922 Correct answer: 1883

    Riddle

    If someone invites you over using this particular expression, you know that you are being invited for something else entirely. Find the lane named like the second part of the expression. Follow the parallel street located 50 meters south-east from that lane, and you’ll end in a park at the southern end of this street. Columns around the park.

    Year on the foundation of the column closest to the canal

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

  • 912 Correct answer: 13 14

    Riddle

    According to a joke, he was the first millennial: his parents were well-off, had trouble holding a job, was a media influencer who changed lives of millions, and lived off his friend’s money who in turn got them from his father. Not far away from the London cemetery where he was buried, there is a road sharing the name with the cemetery. Across the road from the building 157 on this road, find a church building. Letterboxes to the north-west from the church’s facade facing the road in question.

    Black numbers on the letterboxes

9740 Мениск внутренних дел 10:20 19:38 9:18 19 0:30 8:48
740

Владимир Артюхов

London

Ольга Сахаревич

London

CPs missed

  • 909 Correct answer: 3

    Riddle

    A famous British trio comprises of a namesake of a prime minister, a namesake of an American Idol winner, and a namesake of an MP. Find the street sharing the name with the last one. Pub at the south end of the street.

    Number of lions around the shields on the corner wall of the building

  • 911 Correct answer: Poet

    Riddle

    Drop the letter E from the name of this street, and everyone will expect it to have courage, be decisive, and have a lot of ambition. Find the square 200 meters north-west from the northern end of the street. Blue plaque on the house no. 3.

    Third line from the bottom

  • 921 Correct answer: January 1889

    Riddle

    This story could have been exhibited in a museum — it has everything that a proper love story should have. From the very beginning this story involved unicorns and princesses, and in the course of action princes and even an empress had appeared. Intersection of a road named after the hero with a road named after the heroine. There are several such intersections in London — pick the one located just in 300 meters from an Overground station. A church located 50 meters to the north-west from the intersection. Plaque on the western corner of the building.

    The second line from the bottom

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

10711 Жрецы Хамона 09:22 20:55 11:33 18 1:00 10:33
711

Анастасия Гордеева

London

Дмитрий Степаненко

London

Алёна Тарасова

London

CPs missed

  • 926 Correct answer: that divide us

    Riddle

    A city with an interpretation is located just 10 miles away from the border with a country, capital of which is a city with a syndrome. Find a street named after a city with an interpretation. A graffiti on the eastern wall of the building no. 183.

    Second line on the red banner in the centre of the graffiti

  • 925 Correct answer: 10

    Riddle

    See the picture. The westernmost Starbucks on the street in question. The arch leading into the courtyard to the right of the Starbucks. A plate on the floor inside the arch.

    Number of barrels

  • 908 Correct answer: Slower speed is what we need

    Riddle

    1. X — 1.6 million 2. Y — 420 thousands 3. Z — 390 thousands All the places listed below can be found in London: X Road, X Rise, X Close, X Gardens Y Street, Y Road, Y Place Z Road, Z Avenue, Z Terrace, Z Hill Go to Z Hill. Speed limit sign across the road from a school at the north-western end of the street.

    Text below the sign

  • 922 Correct answer: 1883

    Riddle

    If someone invites you over using this particular expression, you know that you are being invited for something else entirely. Find the lane named like the second part of the expression. Follow the parallel street located 50 meters south-east from that lane, and you’ll end in a park at the southern end of this street. Columns around the park.

    Year on the foundation of the column closest to the canal

Bonuses missed

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

11734 TORT 10:08 20:43 10:35 16 0:30 10:05
734

Angelina S

Saint Petersburg

Vladimir Batygin

Saint Petersburg

CPs missed

  • 909 Correct answer: 3

    Riddle

    A famous British trio comprises of a namesake of a prime minister, a namesake of an American Idol winner, and a namesake of an MP. Find the street sharing the name with the last one. Pub at the south end of the street.

    Number of lions around the shields on the corner wall of the building

  • 925 Correct answer: 10

    Riddle

    See the picture. The westernmost Starbucks on the street in question. The arch leading into the courtyard to the right of the Starbucks. A plate on the floor inside the arch.

    Number of barrels

  • 908 Correct answer: Slower speed is what we need

    Riddle

    1. X — 1.6 million 2. Y — 420 thousands 3. Z — 390 thousands All the places listed below can be found in London: X Road, X Rise, X Close, X Gardens Y Street, Y Road, Y Place Z Road, Z Avenue, Z Terrace, Z Hill Go to Z Hill. Speed limit sign across the road from a school at the north-western end of the street.

    Text below the sign

  • 901 Correct answer: Deus Per Omnia

    Riddle

    Many British politicians are of aristocratic descent, so it’s quite common for them to have streets in London named after their ancestors. However, in case of this MP, the street sharing his surname is just a coincidence. Another coincidence is that this street is located in his constituency. House no. 136 on this street. Coat of arms on the wall of the house next to this one.

    Motto on the coat of arms

  • 921 Correct answer: January 1889

    Riddle

    This story could have been exhibited in a museum — it has everything that a proper love story should have. From the very beginning this story involved unicorns and princesses, and in the course of action princes and even an empress had appeared. Intersection of a road named after the hero with a road named after the heroine. There are several such intersections in London — pick the one located just in 300 meters from an Overground station. A church located 50 meters to the north-west from the intersection. Plaque on the western corner of the building.

    The second line from the bottom

  • 922 Correct answer: 1883

    Riddle

    If someone invites you over using this particular expression, you know that you are being invited for something else entirely. Find the lane named like the second part of the expression. Follow the parallel street located 50 meters south-east from that lane, and you’ll end in a park at the southern end of this street. Columns around the park.

    Year on the foundation of the column closest to the canal

Bonuses missed

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

  • 912 Correct answer: 13 14

    Riddle

    According to a joke, he was the first millennial: his parents were well-off, had trouble holding a job, was a media influencer who changed lives of millions, and lived off his friend’s money who in turn got them from his father. Not far away from the London cemetery where he was buried, there is a road sharing the name with the cemetery. Across the road from the building 157 on this road, find a church building. Letterboxes to the north-west from the church’s facade facing the road in question.

    Black numbers on the letterboxes

12720 split-brain 09:40 20:33 10:53 15 0:30 10:23
720

Екатерина Короткова

Moscow

Шейла Шейх

Saint Petersburg

CPs missed

  • 917 Correct answer: 1889

    Riddle

    See the pictures. One man plays an important role in both of them. Find his street. Gardens north of the street. Information stand next to a Celtic cross.

    Last number in the text on the information stand

  • 903 Correct answer: 11

    Riddle

    According to one historian, the British Empire began at this place. Not knowing history well, one could think that this place was named after one of these two people (see pictures). Find the road named after this place. Between houses no. 30 and 28 on this road there is an alley stretching to the north. A mirrorlike sculpture at the end of the alley, near the outdoor tables.

    Number of spikes on the figure’s head (not including its neck)

  • 926 Correct answer: that divide us

    Riddle

    A city with an interpretation is located just 10 miles away from the border with a country, capital of which is a city with a syndrome. Find a street named after a city with an interpretation. A graffiti on the eastern wall of the building no. 183.

    Second line on the red banner in the centre of the graffiti

  • 925 Correct answer: 10

    Riddle

    See the picture. The westernmost Starbucks on the street in question. The arch leading into the courtyard to the right of the Starbucks. A plate on the floor inside the arch.

    Number of barrels

  • 918 Correct answer: 6

    Riddle

    - Why did the __ __ the road? - Because there was a black hole on the other side. Remove the space between two missing words, and find the street of the same name. Pedestrian passage located in 5 meters to the north-west from the western end of the street in question. Graffiti on the fence.

    Number of bottles in the milkman’s basket

  • 922 Correct answer: 1883

    Riddle

    If someone invites you over using this particular expression, you know that you are being invited for something else entirely. Find the lane named like the second part of the expression. Follow the parallel street located 50 meters south-east from that lane, and you’ll end in a park at the southern end of this street. Columns around the park.

    Year on the foundation of the column closest to the canal

  • 906 Correct answer: granted

    Riddle

    See the picture. Building no. 4 on that street. Inscription above the black door with the address sign.

    Topmost word of the left half of the inscription

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

13730 СпатьОченьХочется 10:00 20:54 10:54 15 10:54
730

CPs missed

  • 905 Correct answer: Whale

    Riddle

    Based on the weather and population, one could think that these islands are somewhere near Scotland. In fact, they are more than ten thousand kilometers away from the British Isles, but people still get confused sometimes. House no. 14 on the road of the same name (there are two roads of this name, pick the most southern of them). Lowermost round stained glass window on the wall overlooking the adjoining street.

    Mammal depicted on the stained glass

  • 909 Correct answer: 3

    Riddle

    A famous British trio comprises of a namesake of a prime minister, a namesake of an American Idol winner, and a namesake of an MP. Find the street sharing the name with the last one. Pub at the south end of the street.

    Number of lions around the shields on the corner wall of the building

  • 917 Correct answer: 1889

    Riddle

    See the pictures. One man plays an important role in both of them. Find his street. Gardens north of the street. Information stand next to a Celtic cross.

    Last number in the text on the information stand

  • 903 Correct answer: 11

    Riddle

    According to one historian, the British Empire began at this place. Not knowing history well, one could think that this place was named after one of these two people (see pictures). Find the road named after this place. Between houses no. 30 and 28 on this road there is an alley stretching to the north. A mirrorlike sculpture at the end of the alley, near the outdoor tables.

    Number of spikes on the figure’s head (not including its neck)

  • 921 Correct answer: January 1889

    Riddle

    This story could have been exhibited in a museum — it has everything that a proper love story should have. From the very beginning this story involved unicorns and princesses, and in the course of action princes and even an empress had appeared. Intersection of a road named after the hero with a road named after the heroine. There are several such intersections in London — pick the one located just in 300 meters from an Overground station. A church located 50 meters to the north-west from the intersection. Plaque on the western corner of the building.

    The second line from the bottom

  • 918 Correct answer: 6

    Riddle

    - Why did the __ __ the road? - Because there was a black hole on the other side. Remove the space between two missing words, and find the street of the same name. Pedestrian passage located in 5 meters to the north-west from the western end of the street in question. Graffiti on the fence.

    Number of bottles in the milkman’s basket

  • 906 Correct answer: granted

    Riddle

    See the picture. Building no. 4 on that street. Inscription above the black door with the address sign.

    Topmost word of the left half of the inscription

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

  • 912 Correct answer: 13 14

    Riddle

    According to a joke, he was the first millennial: his parents were well-off, had trouble holding a job, was a media influencer who changed lives of millions, and lived off his friend’s money who in turn got them from his father. Not far away from the London cemetery where he was buried, there is a road sharing the name with the cemetery. Across the road from the building 157 on this road, find a church building. Letterboxes to the north-west from the church’s facade facing the road in question.

    Black numbers on the letterboxes

14704 Без пяти минут местные 09:08 20:55 11:47 15 11:47
704

CPs missed

  • 917 Correct answer: 1889

    Riddle

    See the pictures. One man plays an important role in both of them. Find his street. Gardens north of the street. Information stand next to a Celtic cross.

    Last number in the text on the information stand

  • 903 Correct answer: 11

    Riddle

    According to one historian, the British Empire began at this place. Not knowing history well, one could think that this place was named after one of these two people (see pictures). Find the road named after this place. Between houses no. 30 and 28 on this road there is an alley stretching to the north. A mirrorlike sculpture at the end of the alley, near the outdoor tables.

    Number of spikes on the figure’s head (not including its neck)

  • 926 Correct answer: that divide us

    Riddle

    A city with an interpretation is located just 10 miles away from the border with a country, capital of which is a city with a syndrome. Find a street named after a city with an interpretation. A graffiti on the eastern wall of the building no. 183.

    Second line on the red banner in the centre of the graffiti

  • 925 Correct answer: 10

    Riddle

    See the picture. The westernmost Starbucks on the street in question. The arch leading into the courtyard to the right of the Starbucks. A plate on the floor inside the arch.

    Number of barrels

  • 918 Correct answer: 6

    Riddle

    - Why did the __ __ the road? - Because there was a black hole on the other side. Remove the space between two missing words, and find the street of the same name. Pedestrian passage located in 5 meters to the north-west from the western end of the street in question. Graffiti on the fence.

    Number of bottles in the milkman’s basket

  • 922 Correct answer: 1883

    Riddle

    If someone invites you over using this particular expression, you know that you are being invited for something else entirely. Find the lane named like the second part of the expression. Follow the parallel street located 50 meters south-east from that lane, and you’ll end in a park at the southern end of this street. Columns around the park.

    Year on the foundation of the column closest to the canal

  • 906 Correct answer: granted

    Riddle

    See the picture. Building no. 4 on that street. Inscription above the black door with the address sign.

    Topmost word of the left half of the inscription

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

  • 912 Correct answer: 13 14

    Riddle

    According to a joke, he was the first millennial: his parents were well-off, had trouble holding a job, was a media influencer who changed lives of millions, and lived off his friend’s money who in turn got them from his father. Not far away from the London cemetery where he was buried, there is a road sharing the name with the cemetery. Across the road from the building 157 on this road, find a church building. Letterboxes to the north-west from the church’s facade facing the road in question.

    Black numbers on the letterboxes

15705 Aboard attack! 09:10 20:41 11:31 13 1:45 9:46
705

Василий Перчук

London

CPs missed

  • 909 Correct answer: 3

    Riddle

    A famous British trio comprises of a namesake of a prime minister, a namesake of an American Idol winner, and a namesake of an MP. Find the street sharing the name with the last one. Pub at the south end of the street.

    Number of lions around the shields on the corner wall of the building

  • 917 Correct answer: 1889

    Riddle

    See the pictures. One man plays an important role in both of them. Find his street. Gardens north of the street. Information stand next to a Celtic cross.

    Last number in the text on the information stand

  • 903 Correct answer: 11

    Riddle

    According to one historian, the British Empire began at this place. Not knowing history well, one could think that this place was named after one of these two people (see pictures). Find the road named after this place. Between houses no. 30 and 28 on this road there is an alley stretching to the north. A mirrorlike sculpture at the end of the alley, near the outdoor tables.

    Number of spikes on the figure’s head (not including its neck)

  • 926 Correct answer: that divide us

    Riddle

    A city with an interpretation is located just 10 miles away from the border with a country, capital of which is a city with a syndrome. Find a street named after a city with an interpretation. A graffiti on the eastern wall of the building no. 183.

    Second line on the red banner in the centre of the graffiti

  • 925 Correct answer: 10

    Riddle

    See the picture. The westernmost Starbucks on the street in question. The arch leading into the courtyard to the right of the Starbucks. A plate on the floor inside the arch.

    Number of barrels

  • 908 Correct answer: Slower speed is what we need

    Riddle

    1. X — 1.6 million 2. Y — 420 thousands 3. Z — 390 thousands All the places listed below can be found in London: X Road, X Rise, X Close, X Gardens Y Street, Y Road, Y Place Z Road, Z Avenue, Z Terrace, Z Hill Go to Z Hill. Speed limit sign across the road from a school at the north-western end of the street.

    Text below the sign

  • 904 Correct answer: 9:00am

    Riddle

    This company wasn’t the pioneer in its service sector. Nevertheless, it climbed to the top quite fast. Nowadays its success is undeniable: the most common reason for people to use its competitors is to find a way to use the services of said company. Take the town where this company’s headquarters is located, drop the last three letters from the first word of its name, and find a road of the resulting name in London.

    Third line on the postbox near door 37A

  • 918 Correct answer: 6

    Riddle

    - Why did the __ __ the road? - Because there was a black hole on the other side. Remove the space between two missing words, and find the street of the same name. Pedestrian passage located in 5 meters to the north-west from the western end of the street in question. Graffiti on the fence.

    Number of bottles in the milkman’s basket

  • 922 Correct answer: 1883

    Riddle

    If someone invites you over using this particular expression, you know that you are being invited for something else entirely. Find the lane named like the second part of the expression. Follow the parallel street located 50 meters south-east from that lane, and you’ll end in a park at the southern end of this street. Columns around the park.

    Year on the foundation of the column closest to the canal

16742 Протомолекула 10:24 20:56 10:32 13 10:32
742

Anastasia Zhabchenko

Saint Petersburg

Andrei Tereskin

London

CPs missed

  • 909 Correct answer: 3

    Riddle

    A famous British trio comprises of a namesake of a prime minister, a namesake of an American Idol winner, and a namesake of an MP. Find the street sharing the name with the last one. Pub at the south end of the street.

    Number of lions around the shields on the corner wall of the building

  • 903 Correct answer: 11

    Riddle

    According to one historian, the British Empire began at this place. Not knowing history well, one could think that this place was named after one of these two people (see pictures). Find the road named after this place. Between houses no. 30 and 28 on this road there is an alley stretching to the north. A mirrorlike sculpture at the end of the alley, near the outdoor tables.

    Number of spikes on the figure’s head (not including its neck)

  • 926 Correct answer: that divide us

    Riddle

    A city with an interpretation is located just 10 miles away from the border with a country, capital of which is a city with a syndrome. Find a street named after a city with an interpretation. A graffiti on the eastern wall of the building no. 183.

    Second line on the red banner in the centre of the graffiti

  • 925 Correct answer: 10

    Riddle

    See the picture. The westernmost Starbucks on the street in question. The arch leading into the courtyard to the right of the Starbucks. A plate on the floor inside the arch.

    Number of barrels

  • 924 Correct answer: Robert Louis Stevenson

    Riddle

    This person was the first to hold the office which to this day remains one of the most influential in the world. The other man and his wife were the first characters mentioned in a very popular book series — moreover, “Mr. and Mrs.”, followed by their last name, were the first words in the first book of the series. Find the street named just like the place where the first person spent their retirement years. The name of this street contains the first name of the second person. Building number 7 on this street. Black plaque to the right of the door.

    First line on the plaque

  • 908 Correct answer: Slower speed is what we need

    Riddle

    1. X — 1.6 million 2. Y — 420 thousands 3. Z — 390 thousands All the places listed below can be found in London: X Road, X Rise, X Close, X Gardens Y Street, Y Road, Y Place Z Road, Z Avenue, Z Terrace, Z Hill Go to Z Hill. Speed limit sign across the road from a school at the north-western end of the street.

    Text below the sign

  • 904 Correct answer: 9:00am

    Riddle

    This company wasn’t the pioneer in its service sector. Nevertheless, it climbed to the top quite fast. Nowadays its success is undeniable: the most common reason for people to use its competitors is to find a way to use the services of said company. Take the town where this company’s headquarters is located, drop the last three letters from the first word of its name, and find a road of the resulting name in London.

    Third line on the postbox near door 37A

  • 918 Correct answer: 6

    Riddle

    - Why did the __ __ the road? - Because there was a black hole on the other side. Remove the space between two missing words, and find the street of the same name. Pedestrian passage located in 5 meters to the north-west from the western end of the street in question. Graffiti on the fence.

    Number of bottles in the milkman’s basket

  • 922 Correct answer: 1883

    Riddle

    If someone invites you over using this particular expression, you know that you are being invited for something else entirely. Find the lane named like the second part of the expression. Follow the parallel street located 50 meters south-east from that lane, and you’ll end in a park at the southern end of this street. Columns around the park.

    Year on the foundation of the column closest to the canal

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

  • 912 Correct answer: 13 14

    Riddle

    According to a joke, he was the first millennial: his parents were well-off, had trouble holding a job, was a media influencer who changed lives of millions, and lived off his friend’s money who in turn got them from his father. Not far away from the London cemetery where he was buried, there is a road sharing the name with the cemetery. Across the road from the building 157 on this road, find a church building. Letterboxes to the north-west from the church’s facade facing the road in question.

    Black numbers on the letterboxes

17703 Север не найден 09:06 20:52 11:46 13 11:46
703

CPs missed

  • 915 Correct answer: Maitland Park Estate

    Riddle

    -, 1, 2, 3, 4, 4, -, 7, 5, 8, 6, 2, 3(?). You don’t need to know the name of the last one — after all, it can still change. Find the road named after his position — he has many of them, but he has been occupying this one longer than any of his predecessors. Junction at the western end of the road in question. A stone pedestal with a coat of arms.

    Text on the blue plaque under the coat of arms

  • 911 Correct answer: Poet

    Riddle

    Drop the letter E from the name of this street, and everyone will expect it to have courage, be decisive, and have a lot of ambition. Find the square 200 meters north-west from the northern end of the street. Blue plaque on the house no. 3.

    Third line from the bottom

  • 917 Correct answer: 1889

    Riddle

    See the pictures. One man plays an important role in both of them. Find his street. Gardens north of the street. Information stand next to a Celtic cross.

    Last number in the text on the information stand

  • 903 Correct answer: 11

    Riddle

    According to one historian, the British Empire began at this place. Not knowing history well, one could think that this place was named after one of these two people (see pictures). Find the road named after this place. Between houses no. 30 and 28 on this road there is an alley stretching to the north. A mirrorlike sculpture at the end of the alley, near the outdoor tables.

    Number of spikes on the figure’s head (not including its neck)

  • 925 Correct answer: 10

    Riddle

    See the picture. The westernmost Starbucks on the street in question. The arch leading into the courtyard to the right of the Starbucks. A plate on the floor inside the arch.

    Number of barrels

  • 908 Correct answer: Slower speed is what we need

    Riddle

    1. X — 1.6 million 2. Y — 420 thousands 3. Z — 390 thousands All the places listed below can be found in London: X Road, X Rise, X Close, X Gardens Y Street, Y Road, Y Place Z Road, Z Avenue, Z Terrace, Z Hill Go to Z Hill. Speed limit sign across the road from a school at the north-western end of the street.

    Text below the sign

  • 918 Correct answer: 6

    Riddle

    - Why did the __ __ the road? - Because there was a black hole on the other side. Remove the space between two missing words, and find the street of the same name. Pedestrian passage located in 5 meters to the north-west from the western end of the street in question. Graffiti on the fence.

    Number of bottles in the milkman’s basket

  • 922 Correct answer: 1883

    Riddle

    If someone invites you over using this particular expression, you know that you are being invited for something else entirely. Find the lane named like the second part of the expression. Follow the parallel street located 50 meters south-east from that lane, and you’ll end in a park at the southern end of this street. Columns around the park.

    Year on the foundation of the column closest to the canal

  • 906 Correct answer: granted

    Riddle

    See the picture. Building no. 4 on that street. Inscription above the black door with the address sign.

    Topmost word of the left half of the inscription

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

  • 912 Correct answer: 13 14

    Riddle

    According to a joke, he was the first millennial: his parents were well-off, had trouble holding a job, was a media influencer who changed lives of millions, and lived off his friend’s money who in turn got them from his father. Not far away from the London cemetery where he was buried, there is a road sharing the name with the cemetery. Across the road from the building 157 on this road, find a church building. Letterboxes to the north-west from the church’s facade facing the road in question.

    Black numbers on the letterboxes

18709 Невидимый отряд поиска 09:18 20:24 11:06 10 11:06
709

CPs missed

  • 902 Correct answer: 8A

    Riddle

    According to a certain professor, this place lies on the east bank of the Brandywine river. We don’t know how to get there, but one thing we know for sure — there’s a crescent with the same name somewhere in London. Victorian street lamp on the northern end of the street.

    A letter and a digit on the pole

  • 905 Correct answer: Whale

    Riddle

    Based on the weather and population, one could think that these islands are somewhere near Scotland. In fact, they are more than ten thousand kilometers away from the British Isles, but people still get confused sometimes. House no. 14 on the road of the same name (there are two roads of this name, pick the most southern of them). Lowermost round stained glass window on the wall overlooking the adjoining street.

    Mammal depicted on the stained glass

  • 909 Correct answer: 3

    Riddle

    A famous British trio comprises of a namesake of a prime minister, a namesake of an American Idol winner, and a namesake of an MP. Find the street sharing the name with the last one. Pub at the south end of the street.

    Number of lions around the shields on the corner wall of the building

  • 915 Correct answer: Maitland Park Estate

    Riddle

    -, 1, 2, 3, 4, 4, -, 7, 5, 8, 6, 2, 3(?). You don’t need to know the name of the last one — after all, it can still change. Find the road named after his position — he has many of them, but he has been occupying this one longer than any of his predecessors. Junction at the western end of the road in question. A stone pedestal with a coat of arms.

    Text on the blue plaque under the coat of arms

  • 911 Correct answer: Poet

    Riddle

    Drop the letter E from the name of this street, and everyone will expect it to have courage, be decisive, and have a lot of ambition. Find the square 200 meters north-west from the northern end of the street. Blue plaque on the house no. 3.

    Third line from the bottom

  • 917 Correct answer: 1889

    Riddle

    See the pictures. One man plays an important role in both of them. Find his street. Gardens north of the street. Information stand next to a Celtic cross.

    Last number in the text on the information stand

  • 925 Correct answer: 10

    Riddle

    See the picture. The westernmost Starbucks on the street in question. The arch leading into the courtyard to the right of the Starbucks. A plate on the floor inside the arch.

    Number of barrels

  • 908 Correct answer: Slower speed is what we need

    Riddle

    1. X — 1.6 million 2. Y — 420 thousands 3. Z — 390 thousands All the places listed below can be found in London: X Road, X Rise, X Close, X Gardens Y Street, Y Road, Y Place Z Road, Z Avenue, Z Terrace, Z Hill Go to Z Hill. Speed limit sign across the road from a school at the north-western end of the street.

    Text below the sign

  • 901 Correct answer: Deus Per Omnia

    Riddle

    Many British politicians are of aristocratic descent, so it’s quite common for them to have streets in London named after their ancestors. However, in case of this MP, the street sharing his surname is just a coincidence. Another coincidence is that this street is located in his constituency. House no. 136 on this street. Coat of arms on the wall of the house next to this one.

    Motto on the coat of arms

  • 921 Correct answer: January 1889

    Riddle

    This story could have been exhibited in a museum — it has everything that a proper love story should have. From the very beginning this story involved unicorns and princesses, and in the course of action princes and even an empress had appeared. Intersection of a road named after the hero with a road named after the heroine. There are several such intersections in London — pick the one located just in 300 meters from an Overground station. A church located 50 meters to the north-west from the intersection. Plaque on the western corner of the building.

    The second line from the bottom

  • 922 Correct answer: 1883

    Riddle

    If someone invites you over using this particular expression, you know that you are being invited for something else entirely. Find the lane named like the second part of the expression. Follow the parallel street located 50 meters south-east from that lane, and you’ll end in a park at the southern end of this street. Columns around the park.

    Year on the foundation of the column closest to the canal

  • 906 Correct answer: granted

    Riddle

    See the picture. Building no. 4 on that street. Inscription above the black door with the address sign.

    Topmost word of the left half of the inscription

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

  • 912 Correct answer: 13 14

    Riddle

    According to a joke, he was the first millennial: his parents were well-off, had trouble holding a job, was a media influencer who changed lives of millions, and lived off his friend’s money who in turn got them from his father. Not far away from the London cemetery where he was buried, there is a road sharing the name with the cemetery. Across the road from the building 157 on this road, find a church building. Letterboxes to the north-west from the church’s facade facing the road in question.

    Black numbers on the letterboxes

Number Team name Start Finish Course time CPs visited Penalty/Bonus Final time
714 Backend Banter 09:28 18:40 9:12 9 9:12
714

Slava Shakura

London

Enrico Mattiazzi

London

Adrian Rubio

London

CPs missed

  • 909 Correct answer: 3

    Riddle

    A famous British trio comprises of a namesake of a prime minister, a namesake of an American Idol winner, and a namesake of an MP. Find the street sharing the name with the last one. Pub at the south end of the street.

    Number of lions around the shields on the corner wall of the building

  • 911 Correct answer: Poet

    Riddle

    Drop the letter E from the name of this street, and everyone will expect it to have courage, be decisive, and have a lot of ambition. Find the square 200 meters north-west from the northern end of the street. Blue plaque on the house no. 3.

    Third line from the bottom

  • 917 Correct answer: 1889

    Riddle

    See the pictures. One man plays an important role in both of them. Find his street. Gardens north of the street. Information stand next to a Celtic cross.

    Last number in the text on the information stand

  • 903 Correct answer: 11

    Riddle

    According to one historian, the British Empire began at this place. Not knowing history well, one could think that this place was named after one of these two people (see pictures). Find the road named after this place. Between houses no. 30 and 28 on this road there is an alley stretching to the north. A mirrorlike sculpture at the end of the alley, near the outdoor tables.

    Number of spikes on the figure’s head (not including its neck)

  • 926 Correct answer: that divide us

    Riddle

    A city with an interpretation is located just 10 miles away from the border with a country, capital of which is a city with a syndrome. Find a street named after a city with an interpretation. A graffiti on the eastern wall of the building no. 183.

    Second line on the red banner in the centre of the graffiti

  • 925 Correct answer: 10

    Riddle

    See the picture. The westernmost Starbucks on the street in question. The arch leading into the courtyard to the right of the Starbucks. A plate on the floor inside the arch.

    Number of barrels

  • 924 Correct answer: Robert Louis Stevenson

    Riddle

    This person was the first to hold the office which to this day remains one of the most influential in the world. The other man and his wife were the first characters mentioned in a very popular book series — moreover, “Mr. and Mrs.”, followed by their last name, were the first words in the first book of the series. Find the street named just like the place where the first person spent their retirement years. The name of this street contains the first name of the second person. Building number 7 on this street. Black plaque to the right of the door.

    First line on the plaque

  • 908 Correct answer: Slower speed is what we need

    Riddle

    1. X — 1.6 million 2. Y — 420 thousands 3. Z — 390 thousands All the places listed below can be found in London: X Road, X Rise, X Close, X Gardens Y Street, Y Road, Y Place Z Road, Z Avenue, Z Terrace, Z Hill Go to Z Hill. Speed limit sign across the road from a school at the north-western end of the street.

    Text below the sign

  • 921 Correct answer: January 1889

    Riddle

    This story could have been exhibited in a museum — it has everything that a proper love story should have. From the very beginning this story involved unicorns and princesses, and in the course of action princes and even an empress had appeared. Intersection of a road named after the hero with a road named after the heroine. There are several such intersections in London — pick the one located just in 300 meters from an Overground station. A church located 50 meters to the north-west from the intersection. Plaque on the western corner of the building.

    The second line from the bottom

  • 914

    Riddle

    You can find this pair on a map of London. The second part of this pair is almost certainly European, while the first one can be either African or Indian. Find the building 77 on the road sharing the name with the second part.

    Find Running City representative

  • 918 Correct answer: 6

    Riddle

    - Why did the __ __ the road? - Because there was a black hole on the other side. Remove the space between two missing words, and find the street of the same name. Pedestrian passage located in 5 meters to the north-west from the western end of the street in question. Graffiti on the fence.

    Number of bottles in the milkman’s basket

  • 922 Correct answer: 1883

    Riddle

    If someone invites you over using this particular expression, you know that you are being invited for something else entirely. Find the lane named like the second part of the expression. Follow the parallel street located 50 meters south-east from that lane, and you’ll end in a park at the southern end of this street. Columns around the park.

    Year on the foundation of the column closest to the canal

  • 906 Correct answer: granted

    Riddle

    See the picture. Building no. 4 on that street. Inscription above the black door with the address sign.

    Topmost word of the left half of the inscription

Bonuses missed

  • 919 Correct answer: 1897

    Riddle

    One may think that the institution this place is named after is located exactly there (especially given that this institution is world-renowned, and has even changed the meaning of the word by which it is called), but no, it is actually located in another part of London. A small consolation can be found in the fact that this institution can be seen from this place, and it’s not going to change. Find this place. A metal information stand close to the centre of this place.

    A year under the picture of the tree on the information stand

  • 916 Correct answer: ←←←

    Riddle

    London pub names are often a tribute to the historical tradition rather than the owner’s brainchild. Pubs are being named after hunting grounds, professional guilds’ coats of arms, members of the Royal Family, and so on. The list, however, is not very long so you can find a lot of pubs with the same name which have nothing to do with each other. Should a pub with a particular traditional name decide to merge with another pub with a more unique name, the result may share a name with this avenue. However, they might prefer “Hounds house” instead. There are almost a dozen pubs in London bearing the first name, while the second one is located in SE26 postcode area. Door in the northern part of the fence surrounding no. 11 on the avenue in question. Paper note on the letterbox.

    First three characters of the last line

  • 912 Correct answer: 13 14

    Riddle

    According to a joke, he was the first millennial: his parents were well-off, had trouble holding a job, was a media influencer who changed lives of millions, and lived off his friend’s money who in turn got them from his father. Not far away from the London cemetery where he was buried, there is a road sharing the name with the cemetery. Across the road from the building 157 on this road, find a church building. Letterboxes to the north-west from the church’s facade facing the road in question.

    Black numbers on the letterboxes

Number Team name Start
708 cheese&tomato 09:16
708

Андрей Абрамов

Moscow

750 Sherlocked 10:40
750

Olga Demidova

Moscow

Martin Molloy

London

Алина Пелих

Moscow

Number Team name Start
712 ЧЖОК 09:24
712

Иван Бурмистров

Yekaterinburg

Настя Бурмистрова

Yekaterinburg

Маша Гнитько

Yekaterinburg

Official comment

КП 920 взят с гугл-карт

741 Komanda 10:22
741

Artemiy Sobolev

London

Anastasia Soboleva

London

Official comment

КП 920 взят с гугл-карт

751 Maison's pigs 10:42
751

Official comment

КП 920 взят с гугл-карт

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