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    Posted: 9/12/14 at 11:44am
Does anyone know what the lightweight ametuer wob world record is and how I find it please.
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How about on Nasga. And thank you.
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No records are kept or noted on NASGA except the North American Records (On the Celtic and Claw pages).  

The first two links from that google search I posted will give you the answer for the class record you seek.  
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I am looking for the world record I could only find the pro.
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Class record.  The Pro is the World Record.  

1.  Click the link I provided above.  

2.  Choose either of the first two links on the results page.

3.  Profit.  

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Found what I need thank you
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You're bad Rob,funny but bad...be careful those angry gnomes may chase you down and bite your ankles
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote dWood Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 9/12/14 at 4:48pm
On Todd M,s combined record list see the lightweight wob record is 17-5 by Jeff Thornton...(* also listed is the evil spin wob class record of 18-3 by same guy)
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The URL for the 'Combined Records List' that I maintain is:   http://goo.gl/HTaL

The URLS for the sites that are the original sources (including the lightweight site) are at the bottom of the list.

The exception is the Scottish Highland Games Association (http://www.shga.co.uk/) They do not maintain a records list (that I know of) so I periodically crawl through the results pages to look for records.

Todd McDougal
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