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.
Orienteering in South Africa
The 2010 Young Orienteers Challenge Short Course Series, run in Gauteng and the Western Cape, has now wrapped up. Tania Wimberley has complied a report that sums up the Series and compares attendance and participation to that of last year.
The weekend of the 8-9 May saw members of the National Junior Squad put through some tough training exercises by National Junior coach, Nicholas Mulder.
SA ORIENTEERING IN 2030: What do we need to do now to get there?
The SAOF’s Lottery application for 2010/11 has been rejected leaving us at a cross-roads in the development of Orienteering in South Africa.
Entries have closed and final instructions have been issued for the Inaugural SA Sprint Orienteering championship and the GOC championships for 2010.
MTN Sciencentre presents a FAMILY FUN Orienteering Science Event in TOKAI FOREST, CAPE TOWN
in partnership with Peninsula Orienteering Club on SATURDAY 15 MAY
In celebration of 40 years in Orienteering, Ian Bratt donated a beautiful set of trophies for the the newly held South African Sprint Orienteering Championships.
The 2010 South African Orienteering Championships will be held at Gantouw, Grabouw, Western Cape on the weekend of 24-26 September 2010.
We have created this short video as an introduction to orienteering. It shows you the basics, step-by-step from what controls look like, to using EMIT, orientating your map, control descriptions and progressing through an orienteering course.
The W Cape Orienteering Champs entries can now be done online through PayPortal. Although manual entries will still be accepted, we do encourage you enter online. If you are new to PayPortal, you need to register first.