Recently a group of SA National Senior squad members attended the first training camp for WOC 2011 to be held in France. Senior member Tania Wimberley shares with us some of the learnings the touring group had about preparation for future WOC’s. Read the full article for some great insights….
Orienteering in South Africa
The Heritage Weekend saw the hosting of the annual South African Orienteering Championships in the Grabouw, Western Cape.
There is a nice article on the ambitions of Orienteering in South Africa in the IOF’s O-zine in the 3rd issue of 2010. Bernelle Verster was interviewed by Erik Borg for the article.
now on the 14th of August: Orienteering in Jonkershoek: MTN Sciencentre in partnership with the Peninsula Orienteering Club.
Long O on the 8th and MTB O in Grabouw 9 August 2010.
Central Gauteng Athletics will be hosting a range of Coaching Workshops and Courses in and around Johannesburg over the next few months. All Welcome!
The Silva Trophy is an award that is presented annually to a South African orienteer who has made a significant contribution to the sport of orienteering in South Africa, particularly in the previous twelve months. Previous winners are: 1995 – Albert…
The AGM of the SAOF will be held on Saturday 25 September 2010, at 14h30, at the Event Centre of the South African Championships Long Event to be held at Oaklane, Grabouw.
South African Performance at the Junior World Orienteering Championships In order to determine whether or not high performance initiatives are baring fruit it is necessary to track the performance of our elite orienteers on the world stage. There are essentially…
SA Junior Orienteering Team at OR Tambo Intl. airport On Tuesday 21 June, the South African Junior Orienteering team left for JWOC 2010 to be held in Denmark. To follow their progress follow the various links in the full story.
An analysis of Nicholas Mulder’s and Tania Wimberely’s performances at the 2009 World Games compared to South Africa’s historical performances at WOC.