British Orienteering has 'Introduction to Orienteering' e-Learning courses available to study at a time which suits you and at your own pace. These online courses are perfect for getting up to speed with introducing orienteering into your own setting.
On Friday 14 May, athletes from a total of 28 Nations met in St-Blaise for the Knock-out Sprint Qualification races. It is a community which lies a few kilometers east of the European Orienteering Championships main city on the Lake of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. The finish arena of the competition was ...
With a fantastic performance this afternoon in the Women's Knock-out Sprint Quarter-Final 2 , GBR Megan Carter Davies secures her place in the Semi-Final in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Many congratulations Megan on your performance!
Today (Saturday 15 May), 36 best orienteers (men and women) will compete in the finals of the Knock-out Sprint.
This afternoon (14 May 2021) saw the Knock-out Sprint Qualifications taking place in St-Blaise in Switzerland at the Orienteering World Cup Round 1 with European Orienteering Championships.
British Orienteering would like to provide an update on the requirements for DBS’s and when those involved within the sport, particularly within the coaching and junior environments should apply for a DBS.
Today the World Cup with European Championships in Switzerland continues with the Knock-out Sprint Qualification taking place in St-Blaise.
Wednesday 19 May - Tuesday 25 May 2021.
The aim of the project is to increase the visibility and accessibility of orienteering to young people, increasing the number of participants both in the schools’ activities, as well and in the clubs’ activities in all countries of National Orienteering Federations (in which Government restrictions ...
The Orienteering World Cup and European Orienteering Championships in Switzerland is ready to go and starts on Thursday 13 May with the Sprint Relay!
Mental Health Awareness Week: 10 - 16 May 2021
The British Orienteering Senior Selection Policy for 2021 has been further updated. The most recent version can be found here.
On behalf of Paul Murgatroyd, Head Coach for Talent
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We are all looking forward to returning to orienteering when the Government’s restrictions allow us to. British Orienteering is looking forward to seeing orienteers out doing what they enjoy the most.
This will focus on increasing CLOK's membership by providing young adults with opportunities to enjoy exciting, enjoyable orienteering experiences (mainly in the form of competitive events) and engaging with active young adults to make them aware of what orienteering can offer.
British Orienteering would like to remind coaches that the date to have taken a safeguarding course is fast approaching.
Report by Peter Maliphant, BOK & SWJOS Coach
The aim of the project is to increase the visibility and accessibility of orienteering to young people, increasing the number of participants both in the schools’ activities, as well and in the clubs’ activities in all countries of National Orienteering Federations, helping teachers to implement ori...
Seven months of adventurous orienteering challenges across Fermanagh Omagh supported by Fermanagh Omagh District Council.