British Sprint Championships takes place in Skelmersdale, Lancashire on the 21 & 22 August.
Report by Richard Tiley, Lakeland Orienteering Club (LOC)
Following a thorough review of all the available information regarding the European Youth Orienteering Championships (EYOC), it has been decided by the Board of Directors that British Orienteering will not be sending a British team to Lithuania in August.
The 23rd Scottish 6 Days Orienteering event will be held in Lochaber between the 1st and 7th August 2021. Lochaber is a scenic area in the Scottish Highlands, including Fort William, the outdoor capital of Scotland and Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK.
Saturday 2 October & Sunday 3 October 2021 Bristol Orienteering Klubb, in conjunction with Devon Orienteering Club welcome you to the South West of England in October 2021 for what they hope will be a memorable albeit complex weekend of orienteering on the sand dunes of Braunton Burrows.
Love Parks Week 2021 - 23 July - 1 August 2021
Update report by Colin Matheson, Assistant Coordinator Scottish 6 Days, Lochaber 2021
British Sprint Championships Weekend 21st/22nd August - Update
The British Sprint Championships Weekend
British Orienteering’s first online Safeguarding Forum set to take place this coming Tuesday 21 July.
Megan Keith a member of the gold-winning 2019 Junior World Championships Orienteering Team will be full of confidence when she goes into the final of the women’s 3,000m at the European under-20 track and field championships in Tallinn on Saturday 17 July after winning her heat.
The long-distance race took place in the same forest as the relay in Heřmánky. The tough challenging long-distance course in the sandstones tested the orienteering skills of all runners. High speed, strength and endurance were needed as each athlete started individually with a 3-minute start interva...
The Swedish Women Relay team were the fastest in the unique terrain of sandstone towers and formations as they finished more than two minutes ahead of the Switzerland with Norway finishing third.
Following the publication of “Thriving Clubs for a New Generation”, the Board of British Orienteering is looking for volunteers to participate in one of a series of focus groups to assist in implementing this strategic plan for the sport.
Yesterday saw the third medal day of the World Orienteering Championships with the Middle distance race held in the hilly venue of Jizera. Switzerland’s Matthias Kyborz took gold in the Men’s and Tove Alexandersson claimed her third gold of the competition so far to win the women’s.