Notes on Our Attemps:
I tried to run this as Susan Garrett did. I didn’t know if Willie could handle the long LO, but he had no problem with it. However, my timing for the teeter was late every time. The first time I was so late, Willie ended up in the #14 tunnel. I re-watched Susan’s run and discovered that I needed to place my BC after the teeter not before. That will allow me to take less of a LO and draw a better line to the teeter.
#7 requires support as I run by or Willie will just come with me and take #8.
I wasn’t really expecting the turn out of the weaves to the tunnel to be a big deal. Unfortunately, I only said “tunnel” on our first attempt. (I would have sworn I said “switch, tunnel,” but the video clearly shows I didn’t.) A directional is needed here since the tunnel is not in Willie's line of sight.
I thought getting to the other side of the DW after #12 would be a real foot race, but it was actually not hard. (Susan had to resort to a RC at the #14 tunnel, I was able to do a BC. If my #13 had been a wall instead of a panel jump, I might well have had to hang back to ensure Will took the wall and then use a RC at the #14 tunnel.)
The second time through, I tried to push for a BC between 20/21 and failed big time. Should have just used a RC like I did the first time. (SG managed to do a FC!!!)
P.S. We ran this again later in the day so I could try blind crossing the teeter exit. Much to my surprise that proved to be a little slower for us.