Events/Results, Summer Series

Summer Series 2015

Summer Series events – fun friendly events with something for everyone on Wed evenings. Events will have an easy (white/yellow standard), medium (orange standard) and two ‘as hard as we can make it’ courses of different lengths.
Starts  6-7pm, courses close 8pm (tbc). Seniors £3, students/juniors £1

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13th May     Foggieton*               Results
20th May     Tyrebagger*             Results
27st May      Dunnottar*                Results   
3rd June      Crathes*                   Results
10th June    Hazlehead*              Results 
17th June    Balmedie* + BBQ     Results
24th June    Cheyne Hill              Results 
1st July       Glen Dye                  Results
8th July       Mulloch                         Results               
15th July     Perwinnes Moss       Results
22nd July    Tollo Hill        –CANCELLED —
29th July     Bennachie                Results
5th Aug       No event – all at WOC/Scottish 6 Days
12th Aug     Countesswells          Results
19th Aug     Scolty                            Results
26th Aug     Templars Park + BBQ    Results

…and then on to the Urban Series   Results

Guide to O map symbols and control descriptions

Junior Attendance Awards
The more events you attend, the higher the award you’ll get. 3 for Bronze, 6 for Silver, 10 for Gold.

have you got*This year, the Summer Series incorporates the Grampian Adventure Challenge for teams of 8 at the venues marked by an asterisk.
Check the GAC post for results and comments and contact email.

Please help promote the Summer Series by displaying this poster somewhere and/or talking to your friends about it. It’s the ideal intro to orienteering and a great family thing to do.

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Discussion

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  1. Good Morning,

    Just to let you know that I think it would be a good thing to bring the Deeside JROS tour athletes to the Countesswells event – so probably an extra 25 or so for the “hard” course… If this would be inconvenient for you please say and we can miss it out 🙂

    All my best,
    yours,
    iain

    Posted by Iain Embrey | August 8, 2015, 7:15 am

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