British Orienteering today is proud to announce the University Club of the Year 2020.
At the 40th AGM, the agenda was focused on administering the legal requirements of a Company although there were some other important decisions.
Free Active Recovery Hub will host hundreds of practical ideas to get children moving throughout the day Schools can search for activities by ‘age’ and the ‘time of day’ they want to get active A new Active Recovery Hub is launching to provide schools, local authorities and families with easy acc...
Today we are proud to announce the Young Volunteer of the Year 2020.
British Orienteering is pleased to announce Steve Cram as British Orienteering's fifth President.
British Orienteering is today proud to announce the winner of The Bonington Trophy.
As things slowly open up Please find a link to the Badaguish Selection Policy 2021
British Orienteering are very excited to once again be recognising the exceptional work that continues to be done within the orienteering community.
Congratulations to the following athletes who have been selected to represent Great Britain at this competition, based in Neuchâtel, Switzerland from 13-16 May.
Just now one month to go! WOW! The countdown to the first set of dates for World Orienteering Week 2021 in May 2021 has started.
Report by Alun Jones, Organiser and member of Thames Valley Orienteering Club (TVOC)
If you want to whet your appetite for all things orienteering mapping, ask questions to our experienced mappers or indeed help us share knowledge then please do join us and register for these free live webinars. All attendees will also be sent follow up useful resources, guidance and documents to he...
5th - 6th June 2021
On behalf of Neil Cameron, Project Leader for the Orienteering Foundation
Source: On behalf of Tom Hollowell, IOF Secretary General / CEO
Thriving Clubs for a New Generation are at the heart of the new British Orienteering Strategy to strengthen the sport in this country. It will allow us to engage with a new generation via a thriving club network.
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.
British Orienteering’s Roadmap for returning to orienteering in England can be found here.
British Orienteering was very sad to hear the news of the death of Martin Hyman earlier this month, at the age of 87.
Report Carol Iddles, Chair of Bristol Orienteering Klub (BOK)