Next event is the Urban Event in Ilkeston on New Year’s Day. Details here, note that although it is a mass start at 11:00 it is not a score event – 3 conventional courses, short, medium and long. Registration from 10:30. The mass start is merely to reduce the manpower required. From past experience by the time you get to the first control the pack will be well split up.
DVO has two events on one day.
1.00-3.00pm come to Oker Hill for a Matlock O activity session with courses focusing on reading contours.
Later in the day go to Rosliston Forestry centre for a Night O event
Results here. Routegadget here. Winsplits here.
See results for lost property. Now with planner’s/controller’s comments. Results have been loaded to the British Orienteering web site for ranking.
Please see below for the lastest eNews from Mike Hamilton of British Orienteering.
Firstly, I was horrified to realise it has been so long since the last eNews. My apologies but the time has gone really quickly, probably due in part to the National Office relocation and me trying to pick up the outstanding work from the Talent & Performance programme on Sarah Hague’s departure.
Continue reading Mike’s eNews – 5 December 2014
Results here. Routegadget here and Winsplits here.
As well as the DVO Urban Event at Ilkeston on New Year’s Day (details to follow) two other events early in the New Year may be of interest. MDOC are putting on the ‘John o’Goats’ Charity Event at Lyme Park on Saturday 3rd January. The following day Ian Kevan of Ultrasport is running their Annual Macmillan Cancer January Jog.
Just a note to say that EMEWS 252 has been published and I have attempted to mail it to all but have had many problems in attempting to do so. 10Mb file and 150 recipients.
I suggest you have a look at the EMOA website http://www.emoa.org.uk/emews/index.php to down load a copy if it has not come through on email. It was not actually posted when I looked but I presume it will be soon.
Results updated with String Course, Badge times etc here. Additional Lost Property – HOC top and pair of blue gloves.
Winsplits here. Routegadget for 1:10000 courses here, for 1:15000 courses here.
Ranking points now showing on BOF website here.
Here are photos taken at the prizegiving.
Please feel free to reuse them for club magazines and websites.
So we have had the Club Champs on an excellent new area (many thanks Richard and all involved) followed by the Club Dinner and Awards (also many thanks to all involved) … the excitement levels must now be fit to burst. Well to maintain the momentum we have the eagerly awaited AGM …
All club members are warmly encouraged to attend to deal with the business of the day and to vote in your new elected officials.
8pm at the Bell Inn, Cromford, DE4 3RF on Wednesday 8th October.
There will also be a training run from the Bell at 7pm
Looking forward to seeing you all there.