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New Teacher Resource Available Now

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"Orienteering Games" is the ultimate resource for teachers and coaches. It has a fantastic variety of activities to develop navigational and orienteering skills for students from prep to senior secondary levels. Activities focus on fun games to challe...


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When: 21st October, assemble from 8:30, mass start around 9:30am.
Where: St Pauls School/Pine Rivers Park, assemble off Attunga St
What: Club Relays and/or OQ Award Luncheon
Join us for the annual Club relay competition combined with the awards lunch...

QLD Teams for the Aust. Relay championships in Tasmania

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Queensland Teams for the Australian Relay championships in Tasmania are listed below.

Team composition or order may be changed in the event of injury, illness or travel requirements.

Please contact Anna Sheldon - or ...


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Like Bo Derek and Nadia Comaneci before her, the sensational Su Yan Tay wrapped up the OY competition with another 200 points at Wilmot’s Waterhole and a perfect score of 1000 for the series! It caps off a great year for her, following her bronze...

Queensland Champs 2012 - RouteGadget and Splitalyzer

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Sorry for the delay (some technical challenges), but the RouteGadget and Splitalyzer views of the results are now available.
Re-live your run!! Upload your GPS track, or draw your track to show others what went right (and what went wrong).
Day 1: Tarom...

Heather Muir's JWOC recount

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Having been lucky enough to have the opportunity to travel to Europe to compete at JWOC this year I had been training very hard and was really keen to make the most of it! When we got to Slovakia the first things we noticed were the incredible heat, th...

Junior World Orienteering Championships - Slovakia

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Heather Muir (EN) was the best placed of the Australian girls in the Sprint race at JWOC yesterday, being placed 83rd, 3:15mins behind the winner. BBB's Lilian Burrill was 106th and Amy Buckerfield from Tasmania was 122nd while NSW's Michele Dawson was...

Bronze for Su Yan Tay at World Masters

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Su Yan Tay (UG) has won bronze in the Long Distance event in the W45 class at the World Masters Orienteering Championships held outside Bad Harzburg in Germany.
After a disappointing DNF in the qualifying race for the Sprint, Su Yan went on to win the ...

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