November Athlete Interview with Aislinn Prendergast

Brodie Nankervis2022 Archive, Athlete Profiles, High Performance

This month Brodie sat down with Aislinn Prendergast, seasoned senior elite from Victoria who has been representing Australia for over 14 years, including an impressive 35th in the WOC Long distance in 2012. Aislinn remains a dominant force in the senior women category, so Brodie was keen to catch up to look back on Aislinn’s great orienteering career and find … Read More

October Athlete Interview with Ryan Gray

Brodie Nankervis2022 Archive, Athlete Profiles, High Performance

This month Brodie interviewed Ryan Gray, recently returned from a successful European tour at the Junior World Orienteering Championships (JWOC) in Portugal and the World Orienteering University Championships (WUOC) in Switzerland. Ryan is about to journey back to Portugal for the JWOC forest races, rescheduled from July due to bushfires. Ryan lives in Brisbane, racing for the Queensland Cyclones in … Read More

Here’s your chance to represent Australia in the sport you love.

Fredrik Johansson2022 Archive, High Performance, News

The Australia / New Zealand Challenge will be run in conjunction with all four disciplines (sprint, relay, long, middle) of the Oceania Championships in Tasmania from 7 Jan to 12 Jan 2023. Australia and New Zealand  will contest all classes from M/W16 up to and including M/W70. To be eligible for team selection, nominations are required in Eventor by 1 … Read More

Orienteering Australia National Squads 2023

Brodie Nankervis2022 Archive, Coaching, High Performance

The following two squads will be run in 2023: High Performance Squad: designed to meet the needs of athletes aiming to excel at the World Orienteering Championships. National Development Squad: designed to meet the needs of developing orienteers aiming for representation at Junior and University World Championships. Orienteering Australia will continue to support states to organise squads which lead into … Read More

Save the date for the Australian Junior Development Camp!

Brodie Nankervis2022 Archive, Coaching, High Performance

Orienteering Australia invites all juniors M/W14 and above to attend the National Junior Development Camp from 3rd to 5th of January 2023 in Launceston, Tasmania! The camp is conveniently timed to lead into the Oceania Championships which commence with the Sprint distance in Launceston on Saturday 7th of January! See attached flyer below, more information to come:  

Australians ready to fight in Estonia at World Cup Round 2

Brodie Nankervis2022 Archive, High Performance

Today the 2nd round of the World Cup kicks of in Rakvere, Estonia, doubling as the European Orienteering Championships (EOC). The championships starts with Middle Qualification on Wednesday and continues with Long distance on Thursday, Middle Final on Saturday and Relay on Sunday. Australia is fielding its largest team at a European round of the World Cup in many years, … Read More