Posts Tagged ‘Orienteering’

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Galoppen 2017 Planners Notes

Planning events is a challenge as you have to try and get it all right for as many users as possible from 03 to 73 years old. My last plan was the Dorset Delight not far away in Bisterne Close near Burley 2014, a similar area but I love the New Forest and took the […]

Concorde Chase

A surprisingly dry run at the Concorde Chase at Hawley and Hornley today – it threw it down as we drove back home so counted ourselves very lucky. The event was in an area used for Army training and it was a bit unnerving to see a last-minute hand-written note in the Pre-Start box that […]

Double B

Today I drove all the way to the Forest of Dean for the NGOC Galoppen. The test yesterday on Avon Heath was successful, meaning that I was testing out how my toe that was half destroyed on the last day of last year would hold up wearing a proper Orienteering shoe and running through terrain. […]

As the winter rolls in

With warnings of severe weather all day, sleet and snow expected, not many people made it to Romsey. Myself have been driving back from work in London and this was almost on the route, so I have planned my commute to attend. After really difficult driving conditions on the M3 with heavy snow actually falling, […]

SN Trophy 2016

Hard to believe after last night’s Night Event in the rain, but today there was glorious sunshine and relatively mild temperatures for a December. Perfect day for an Orienteering race then. A new map for me and having looked at Routegadget beforehand, I decided that the key to today’s race will be to simplify the […]
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