Change of Heart Revitalises Top Orienteer

LockerRoom Cardiac arrest and open heart surgery haven’t slowed down top Kiwi orienteer Lizzie Ingham, who’s on her way to her yet another world championship, Merryn Anderson writes. Lizzie Ingham was born to be an orienteer. She attended her first Wellington club event when she was just three days old – her mum, Gillian, and … Read more

Turf Jargon Buster | Edinburgh Southern Orienteering Club

ESOC Edinburgh Southern Orienteering Club Here are some explanations of many terms used in Turf. See also the Turf FAQ page on this website. If you have any comments or questions, please email esoc.turf “AT” gmail.com Aquamen – The Order of Aquamen medal is awarded to those who take a zone designed to be swum … Read more

Club Profile – Counties Manukau Orienteering Club

Brief club background: Counties Manukau Orienteering Club (CMOC) sees orienteering as a special sport that you can participate in from almost any age, and over your whole life. It has the potential to be an integral part of our communities’ wellbeing, both physically and mentally. The Club has a deep passion for removing or minimising … Read more

Club Profile | Orienteering New Zealand

Brief club background: Counties Manukau Orienteering Club (CMOC) sees orienteering as a special sport that you can participate in from almost any age, and over your whole life. It has the potential to be an integral part of our communities’ wellbeing, both physically and mentally. The Club has a deep passion for removing or minimising … Read more

NOL Round 2: Preview | Orienteering New Zealand

Juniors Take Center Stage After being off the cards for 2 years now, the allure of Junior World Orienteering Champs (JWOC) is firmly in the minds of our best junior orienteers, peaking this weekend with part 1 of the JWOC trial process. Wairarapa will play host to a quality field of under 20 athletes ready … Read more

Belomazhev wins by two seconds and Kudre Schnyder cruises on to another gold

Estonias Daisy Kudre Schnyder and Stanimir Belomazhev of Bulgaria were crowned world champions after winning today’s middle distance at World Ski Orienteering Championships in Keminmaa, Finland. The sun was gone, and the fog had settled over Kallin Skicenter, when the athletes at WSOC raced for middle distance medals early Friday afternoon. As opposed to the … Read more

King’s Cross Street-O, Tuesday 12 April – South London Orienteers

Join us for the penultimate street orienteering event of the 2021-2022 series. King’s Cross has seen and continues to have extensive redevelopment and so it will be an interesting area to explore. Keep a look out for glimpses of the area’s industrial past. If you plan on coming, please fill in the Google Forms. Reminder: … Read more

High Performance News #86 – February 2022

With omicron leading to there being very little to report on during February I deliberately delayed this HP News until after the first round of the National Sprint League. We also have Godzone currently under way with its usual significant number of orienteers scattered through the teams. Aside from actual events there has been progress … Read more