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We talked about micro-O the other day, and here’s a great example from a Swedish gym hall (gympasal).
Part 2 of the map reading tutorial by the Irish Orienteering Association.
Part 1 of a simple map reading tutorial by the Irish Orienteering Association.
Highlights from the World Orienteering Championships 2014 Sprint Relay in Trento, Italy.
NEOOC Member Todd Pownell ran a few races in Atlanta, GA, and reports the following. Click in to the post for more…
In short, autumn beauty as far as the eye could see.
It was under these conditions that 53 participants came out and orienteered our final event of the 2015 season. I’m sure that each one of them thought, “This is tough duty, but someone has got to do it.” Because it was just that beautiful a day to be out in the woods. A number of the orienteers commented on being stunned by the number of recreational users on the park’s many trails. We are so fortunate to have the wonderful and accessible Metroparks and Cuyahoga Valley National Park in our proverbial backyard. Click the post title above or the photo to read more…
If you’ve been around orienteering or a while, you’ve probably seen the e-punch system we use to collect electronic timing for runners on various courses. Here’s more about them, and how to get your own.
A video by the Irish Orienteering Association containing the 10 elements of orienteering.
Lots of people came out for this event! We had lots of Scouts (both boys, girls, and Venture Scouts) attend, as well as club regulars. Here are the race results from the various courses.