Pre-JWOC 2020 Camp: 25th – 30th August 2019, Kocaeli, Turkey
For the month of July, Development Intern, Georgia Jones, has been working on several projects that focus on improving the university orienteering clubs’ experience.
British Orienteering has today announced that Craig Anthony, Head of Development, will be leaving the governing body at the end of the month after 5 and a half years in the sport to take up a post as Chief Executive of British Wrestling.
There’s less than one week to enter the 2019 Scottish Orienteering Score Championships, as entries will close on Monday 26 August, less than a week before the Sunday 1 September event.
Athletes from 48 nations took part in the Middle distance, Long distance and Relay races at Nokian Tyres World Orienteering Championships 2019. Congratulations to the Great Britain Team who competed at the 2019 World Orienteering Championships (WOC) in Norway last week (12 - 17 August 2019).
Who will be crowned this year's British Sprint and British Middle Distance Champions?
The final race of the 2019 World Orienteering Championships was the Forest Relay.
Today (Saturday, 17 August) is the last competition at this year's World Orienteering Championships with the Relay for men and women.
The Middle Distance is a tough technical race and this years World Championships final was no exception. The forest was in high quality; rough; rocky and tough terrain making it hard going for all runners. Great Britain qualified 5 out of 6 runners for the final. The placings in the final were Ralph...
A fascinating women’s Middle distance race built up to an intensely exciting climax, as Swedish Tove Alexandersson chased down Swiss Simona Aebersold’s time on the long run-in from the edge of the forest – and won gold by just 5 seconds.
Today's races are the WOC Relays.
12 different orienteering events in just 9 days, all with a castle theme.
The Council of the International Orienteering Federation (IOF), at its meeting in Sarpsborg Norway in connection with the World Orienteering Championships 2019, has awarded the World Orienteering Championships 2023 to Switzerland.
Good luck to all the selected GB athletes who have qualified for today's Middle distance event in Mørk, Spydeberg.
The World Orienteering Championships 2019 Middle distance Final is all set to take place tomorrow (Friday 16 August) in Mørk, Øsold in Norway. The women’s race starts first at 13.27 local time (UK time: 12:27), and the men’s starts around 15.45 (UK time: 14:45)..
Great Britain had four athletes running and there were a series of good results from the athletes.
Olav Lundanes, Norway is proving to be one of the greatest Long distance competitors of all time, taking his sixth gold in this format and the fourth in succession, a convincing win by 1.39. His compatriot Kasper Fosser, still a junior, took the silver medal and Daniel Hubmann, Switzerland the bronz...
Today athletes are taking a well earned rest day today in preparation for Friday's Middle Distance event.
Today (Wednesday, August 14) we will find who will win the Long distance for men and women.
Day 2 of the Nokian Tyre World Orienteering Championships kicks off with the Long distance event in Mørk, Spydeberg.