British Orienteering is the national governing body for orienteering in the United Kingdom.
Over 20 juniors from clubs in the south assembled at the Youth Hostel in Burley, New Forest for a 2-day training camp last weekend. Juniors aged 11-13 years at Orange standard from Southdowns Orienteers, Quantock Orienteers, Wimborne Orienteers, SARUM Orienteering Club, Guildford Orienteers, South...
On Sunday Southampton Orienteering Club welcomed competitors to the 52nd Classic at Bramshaw Wood, one of the New Forest's best and least used areas.
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Standing for Running, Orienteering, & Camping, the ROC Mountain Marathon™ is a two-day fell running and navigation challenge for solos and pairs with an overnight camp.
As you may be aware Craig Anthony Head of Development left British Orienteering earlier this month to take up an appointment as Chief Executive of British Wrestling. We all wish him well with his new role.
There has been one change to the named races for the Junior Selection Policy.
Membership Renewals for 2020 are now being accepted.
Orienteering made an appearance at Tower Wood on BBC One - The One Show last night. Tower Wood Outdoor Education Centre in Cumbria delivers orienteering as part of their activities at the centre.
This year Graham Gristwood from Forth Valley Orienteers (FVO) and Hector Haines member of Auld Reekie Orienteering Society (AROS) / International Club IFK Lidingö, Stockholm won the Elite Course in 12hrs 48mins.
Initially supported by Sport England and now working with a wide range of partners, British Orienteering looks forward to special themed Xplorer events taking place again this Halloween.
World Cup Final Sprint China 2019
As the Orienteering World Cup Final comes to a close, the final race of the day will be the Sprint (World Cup).
Sprint Date: Tuesday, October 29
British Orienteering has published the selection policies for the 2020 season today for Senior and Juniors.
Source: By IOF
Today the athletes are taking a well-earned rest day in preparation for tomorrow's Sprint (World Cup) event due to take place in the Foshan City, part of the Nanhai District.
Day 2 of the Orienteering World Cup Final 2019 sees the Sprint Relay set to take place.
Swedish athletes Tove Alexandersson and Gustav Berman won today’s Middle Distance races, the first-ever World Cup event to be staged in China and the last forest races in this year’s World Cup. This win confirms Gustav Bergman as overall winner of this year’s World Cup.
Day 1 of the Orienteering World Cup Final 2019 see's our GB athletes taking part in the Middle Distance today, this will be followed by a Flower Ceremony in the afternoon.