On behalf of Paul Murgatroyd, Head Coach for Talent
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We are all looking forward to returning to orienteering when the Government’s restrictions allow us to. British Orienteering is looking forward to seeing orienteers out doing what they enjoy the most.
This will focus on increasing CLOK's membership by providing young adults with opportunities to enjoy exciting, enjoyable orienteering experiences (mainly in the form of competitive events) and engaging with active young adults to make them aware of what orienteering can offer.
British Orienteering would like to remind coaches that the date to have taken a safeguarding course is fast approaching.
Report by Peter Maliphant, BOK & SWJOS Coach
The aim of the project is to increase the visibility and accessibility of orienteering to young people, increasing the number of participants both in the schools’ activities, as well and in the clubs’ activities in all countries of National Orienteering Federations, helping teachers to implement ori...
Seven months of adventurous orienteering challenges across Fermanagh Omagh supported by Fermanagh Omagh District Council.
Report by Nancy Powell Davies, Organiser for Essex Stragglers
Report by Robin Strain member of East Lothian Orienteers (ELO)
The Organisers of The British Middle Distance Championships, and Northern Championships, have been pleased with the high volume of entries that has been received to date.
Mapping Webinar – Part 2: An Introduction to Surveying and Creating Base Maps
Report by Norman Hall, Event Co-ordinator and member of Deeside Orienteering Club
British Orienteering welcomed enthusiastic mappers, beginner mappers and would be mappers to the first of the two-part webinar series on Mapping - 'An Introduction to the Art and Science of Mapping.'
Thank you to all of those who submitted nominations for the awards this year. British Orienteering would like to take this opportunity to thank all those volunteers and clubs who make orienteering happen across the country.
British Orienteering is creating an exciting new role to address the increasing environmental, economic and regulatory challenges we face in securing access to the countryside for orienteering. This new position will be part-time for three days per week and can be carried out remotely or at British ...
British Orienteering today is proud to announce the Club of the Year 2020.
British Orienteering is delighted to announce that The Orienteering Foundation has agreed to provide funding of £3,000 per year for the next 3 years to help us facilitate the provision of additional support to young senior elites.
British Orienteering today is proud to announce the Coach of the Year 2020.
British Orienteering today is proud to announce the Volunteer of the Year.