Our Next Few Events
The Army Orienteering Association (AOA) President, Col Ed Heal would like to congratulate WO2 Mark Robson for volunteering to replace Maj Andy Johnson as the AOA Secretary with effect 1 Sep 20.
The AOA is certain that the Army Orienteering community would also like to pass on their appreciation to WO2 Mark for his selfless commitment to Army Orienteering.
Please all read this link for information only. AOA advice and guidance to follow when UK Government, Army Sports Control Board and chain of command agree. We are hoping that events, in a limited format, can recommence in a few weeks time, but obviously there will be many restrictions in force, these are being worked out at the moment: http://https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-on-phased-return-of-sport-and-recreation
MLS will experiment with British Orienteering's Virtual Orienteering Course (VOC) initiative at the Summer Series event on Frith Hill on the 12 Aug 20; subject to all permissions being obtained. Courses will be planned to not use any controls or legs of the courses planned by Colin, although some may be similar/close! There will be nothing at these controls to identify them. You only have your skill and the map. Download the App from your App store. make sure it is the latest MaprunF version. Information for use of this App is in this u-tube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMseXJZEk_8 Once you have down loaded the...Read more...
The season has officially been concluded with the Minley event. Unfortunately, due to the Lockdown we where not able to complete the outstanding events. The results should be checked for accuracy and any queries sent to the Results Secretary.
The Harris and Relay Champs have also been cancelled; the current plan is to hold the Individual Champs on the 16 Sept followed by the MLS Prize giving on the 23 Sept.
We are working hard to enable orienteering to re-start in accordance with UK Government legislation, British Orienteering (as the National Governing Body), the Army Sports Control Board (ASCB) and HQ Field Army policy and risk management arrangements.