Sprint Race 2 - Fell Foot

Part of September 2021 Sprint Series

Event date: Wed 22 Sep

Wed 22 SepRead more…

Virtual Orienteering

MapRunF and Permanant Courses

MapRun F, Source:

Press here to go to LOC MapRunF menu

 

MaprunF is an app which runs on both Android and Apple mobile phones and GPS enabled tablets. It can be downloaded free of charge.

The LOC courses are normal orienteering courses except that there are no physical markings on the ground identifying the location of the control sites. The mobile device will ‘beep’ at each site.

New LOC coaches (2021)

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New LOC coaches qualified thanks to a £1,000 grant from the Orienteering Foundation. (https://www.orienteeringfoundation.org.uk).

Iain Smith-Ward, Gill Browne and Jean Bell completed their Level 2 coach award in August.  Six members also...

Sat 18 SepRead more…

Autumn Coaching Schedule 2021

The schedule for the coaching sessions is attached here.

Tue 14 SepRead more…

Women’s introduction to Orienteering skills - 9th/10th October 2021

Carol McNeill and Claire Heppenstall are putting on an introductory coaching weekend for women on the 9th and 10th October 2021. More information is available on the Trybooking website

Details...

Sat 11 SepRead more…

BMBO event - MBO at High Newton - 19th September

BMBO is holding a score MBO on the 19th September, the details are as in the attached information.

Sat 11 SepRead more…

Success at British Sprint Championships

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Several solo and team medals were earned in the British Sprint Championships at Skelmersdale August 21st - 22nd 2021.

LOC Scafell Relay team (Karen Heppenstall, Noah Howlett, Matthew Horne and Anne Edwards) - Silver in the Elite Mixed...

Wed 25 AugRead more…

Beginner?

What is Orienteering?

Orienteering Control, Source:

Orienteering is a sport that combines map reading and running. Competitors have to find their way between a series of checkpoints, called controls, as quickly as possible. There’s no set route between the controls, so you have to decide which way to go and then find your way there without getting lost.

You take part individually, and you don’t get to see the map with the course on it until the race starts, so you can’t plan your route or check out where the controls are in advance. The fastest person to visit all the controls in the right order is the winner.

 

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British Orienteering Race Calendar - www.britishorienteering.org.uk/page/event