Six of the nine 2014 Urban Series events have been completed and only three remain.
Although it was a wet ‘n rainy Orienteering Schools League Final at the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens, the event went smoothly and good times were posted by the selected participants, even in the light drizzle and rain.
At today’s OSL event at Delta Park I was delighted to see more orienteers running with confidence and conviction, sure of their decisions. Even though Delta is a fairly well-defined park area, it did stump many runners too and they…
Last year we were drenched at Summit College as one after another highveld storm rolled over the school, dumping loads of rain. Today, perfect. Hot and sunny and clear the whole afternoon.
After getting rained out last week, we were relieved to be high-and-dry today for what was really the first event of this year’s Orienteering Schools League (OSL). Schools new to OSL include Brescia and Parktown Girls. It’s super to have…
The Jo’burg orienteering clubs have posted a challenge and incentive to the running community.They’ll give R200 to any newcomers participating in an ‘Adventure Navigation Urban Series’ event should they complete the men’s course in less than 25 minutes or the women’s course in less than 30 minutes.
Overnight rain, flooded roads, traffic lights on the blink, rain-soaked fields… We made the call to cancel this afternoon’s Orienteering Schools League (OSL) event, especially as further storms were predicted for this afternoon.
The training event held at Krugersdorp High School on Monday afternoon was a superb warm-up for the 2014 Orienteering Schools League (OSL). Krugersdorp High has been involved with OSL for a few years now and they jump in to get…
We’re delighted to announce the first Urban Series of events. The first one happens at Jeppe High School for Boys on Sunday, 2 February 2014 – the series continues with nine events over February, March and April. Information on the…
Jo’burg orienteering club, Adventure Racing Club, held their first Summer Series event last night. It was very well attended with 83 participants – most not from the orienteering community.