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Orienteering is a great family sport, catering for young children right through to grandparents, for the super fast and not so fast, for the competitive, or just for fun

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Robin wins World Rogaining Championships in Spain

by Linda Burridge

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Ugly Gully's Robin Spriggs and her partner Sharon Crawford from Colorado, USA, have taken home the Gold Medal in the women's super-veteran age class at the World Rogaining Championships in Spain. 

The championships were based in the Spanish ski...

2019 QSOC Finishes with Individual Long

by Linda Burridge

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The QSOC weekend culminated with the Individual Long Distance event, held again at Kholo Rd. Jess Rogers set the challenging courses which were controlled by Geoff Peck. The terrain was fast, undulating running with some tracks. Navigational challenges...

New Relay Format for QSOC

by Linda Burridge

Posted in News

Students congregated again on Saturday afternoon for a new event format for the Queensland Schools Orienteering Championships. The Hagaby Relay is a one-person relay where the course consists of a series of loops. Competitors run to the same controls b...

Over 100 students contest QSOC Sprint

by Linda Burridge

Posted in News

Saturday morning saw the beginning of a thrilling weekend of orienteering in the Queensland Schools Orienteering Championships. The exciting courses around Redbank State High School and associated sports grounds were set by Thomas Garbellini and contro...

Junior Camp Success

by Linda Burridge

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Thirty- seven junior orienteers, coaches and helpers brave the chilly conditions around Leslie Dam at the annual Junior Orienteering Camp.
Coach Su Yan, ably helped by Reid, Felicity and Neil, along with her sidekicks Simeon, Winnie, Jess, Nic and Tom...

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