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Great Britain had eight representatives in the sprint with three men and five women competing. In the Men's race, Chris Smithard qualified very well from his heat finishing up in 2nd place. Will Gardner (20th) and Hector Haines (27th) unfortunately did not progress. In the women's qualificat...
World Cup 2017 Round 3 – RELAY
UKCC Level 2 Coaching Course Two-day training course
Emily Benham and Krystof Bogar have had the most individual success; Russia heads the World Championships points table; the Relay World Cup was won by the Czech Republic.
Saturday 2 September 2017 Caddihoe Day 1 (UKOL) and South West Middle Distance Championships Sunday 3 September 2017 Caddihoe Day 2 (UKOL) and South West Long Distance Championships
The British Orienteering Sprint Championships takes place on Saturday 30th September in Campbell Park, Milton Keynes and the British Orienteering Middle Distance Championships on the Sunday 1st October in Wendover Woods, Aylesbury.
Jennie Taylor, Communications Officer, caught up with Peter Woods Organiser of the British Sprint Championships being held in Milton Keynes on Saturday 30 September.
The final day brought another hard fought race at a highly competitive Mountain Bike Orienteering World Championships in the special terrain of Old Town Vilnius. The terrain was a mixture of hilly forest, urban, including a military tank museum and flat fast parkland finishing in the central city sq...
In another hard fought race at the Mountain Bike Orienteering World Championships in Vilnius, Lithuania Emily Benham won a hard fought Gold medal in the Long Distance race.