event information sheets

Robin Hills Street_O

Robin Hills Street-O WHEN Tues 20 March 2018 (Registration from 5:45 pm, start 6:30pm) WHERE Starting from 1st Robin Hills Scout Hall, Oorbietjie Road WHAT 60/90 minute night run/walk with navigation COST R160/team, paid before midnight Sunday 18 March 2018 Late entries before…
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Interesting New Orienteering at The Campus

ROC added a new feature at last Sunday’s event at The Campus. Alex Pope mapped a section of the underground parking. The parking was shown as a separate map next to the main map. Several people were caught out when…
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Urban Series 2 – Wits Main Campus

Join us at Wits University for the second sprint event. The event sheet is HERE. Orienteering is a competitive form of land navigation. It is for all ages and degrees of fitness & skill. It provides the suspense and excitement…
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Urban Series has begun

Urban Series has begun The Urban Series has kicked off with a well attended event at Emmarentia Dam. There were surprise winners in both woman’s and men’s events. Kirsten Chambers beat Michelle Botha while Alex Pope beat Tim Chambers.

World Orienteering Day 2018

WOD 2018 The next World Orienteering Days will take place on May 23rd 2018! We aim to beat the record participation of 288,000 people in 2017.

20th Annual Sprint Cup

The 20th Annual Sprint Cup is at Pretoria Botanical Gardens on Sunday 3 December 2017 This is a fun event with two races. Starting time for the second race is based on your time for the first race. You can also just walk or…
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KZN O Project

In December 2016 and January 2017 the South African Orienteering Federation held 2 orienteering training courses in KwaZulu Natal. These courses were held on behalf of the KwaZulu Natal Department of Sport & Recreation.  Two members of the Polokwane Orienteering…
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School’s League Final 2017

School Orienteering has gone from strength to strength in recent years and has now become a most competitive sport with top achieving schools being neck in neck for first position. Congratulations to all schools that took part this year. The Gauteng Schools…
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