Club info

GRAMPs in print

CompassSport mag has a behind the technical scenes exposé of how Ali Robertson created his fiendish E-W reversed map for the HHH this year. Sounds like he bashed his brain to create the map far more than we had to bash ours trying to use it. (Are we sympathetic?)

In SCORE, Neil McLean waxes lyrical about the march of time and how you can find your own level of competition regardless of official age class.

And in a multipage article in the Scots Magazine, GJO Morvern Farqhuarson is pictured just setting off at one of the 6 Days events last year with Ewen Rennie and Alison Lovie lined up in the start boxes behind. The article was written by one of SOA’s new patrons, Cameron McNeish, and although he says he was surprised to be invited to become a patron it looks like he’s warming to his new role. (Wonder if he can pull some strings with the Adventure Show for WOC coverage next year?)

Discussion

No comments yet.

Something to say about this? Leave a reply....

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

New club tops for 2017

CAN’T WAIT FOR THE NEXT EVENT? NEED A FIX NOW?

Then try a Permanent Orienteering Course in a local forest or park or try one of our Street O maps for a taste of urban O.

SOA

Scottish Orienteering Association

British Orienteering

British Orienteering

RSS SOA news

  • STAG’s 35th Anniversary Event, Grandtully
    STAG invite you along to this quality event with all the things you expect from a STAG event ! A warm welcome & friendly banter, cracking NEW area & map by Stirling Surveys, SI punching etc. STAG website for more deatils and enter via SiEntries
  • Scottish juniors in British Orienteering Talent Squad 2018
    We're delighted that 11 Scottish athletes have been named in the British Orienteering Talent Squad 2018.
  • Scotland 2nd at SHIs in Northern Ireland
    The Senior Home Internationals were held last weekend in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. England came out on top, beating the Scotland team by two points. Ireland took 3rd place and Wales 4th. Thank you Fermanagh Orienteers for hosting!