The final round of 2020 NOL, which was to have taken place on the South Coast of NSW on May 16-17 has been postponed by OACT to a yet to be determined date. Depending upon when events can resume the 2020 NOL season will either be cancelled or will be reinstated later in the year.
Given the current situation relating to the spread of coronavirus infection (COVID-19), it has been decided that riders are no longer required to attend the April 4 & 5th MTBO events in the Beechworth (Vic) area for the MTBO WOC selection trials. Although actual riding is not a health hazard most nominees will need to fly to the event, thus … Read More
Additional explanation has been added to the document about the NOL 2020 pointscore. The revised document can be found here.
Orienteering Australia is pleased to announce 2020 national team manager and coach positions as follows: World Orienteering Championships, Denmark, July Coach: Wendy Read Manager and Assistant Coach: Stefano Raus Assistant Coach: Jim Russell World University Orienteering Championships, Russia, July Coach: Henry McNulty Manager and Assistant Coach: Natasha Key Wendy is rejoining as a WOC official after a few years rest; … Read More
Orienteering Australia is seeking volunteers to fill team manager and coach positions for three world level teams in 2020: Junior World Orienteering Championships, Turkey, 28 June – 4 July; World Orienteering Championships (Sprint), Denmark. 5 – 11 July ; and World University Orienteering Championships, Russia, 14-18 July. Further details of the events can be found at eventor.orienteering.org. Team managers and … Read More
Selection criteria have been published and nominations are open for the following national teams in 2020: World Orienteering Championships Junior World Orienteering Championships World University Orienteering Championships Selection criteria can be found here. Nominations are via the online form here.
Applications are sought for key position within High Performance and Coaching Orienteering Australia (OA) is seeking a passionate leader to facilitate the development of orienteering coaching nationally. The successful candidate will be appointed initially for a one year term, with the role to be reviewed (subject to available funding) and extended if possible for an additional one year term. The … Read More
The Calander of events that make up the 2020 NOL (National Orienteering League) has been released. It can be found HERE The season starts with Melbourne Sprint weekend on the 7-8 March, before heading to Orange for the Easter 3-days. The next round will be on the Gold Coast on the Anzac Day weekend, before the final round on the … Read More
Aston Key had one of Australia’s best recent results in a World Cup, as he secured 21st place in the World Cup final held yesterday evening in China. After a steady start, Aston moved up to 13th place at the 7 control, a place he still held at the 16th control, before losing a little time over the last 6 … Read More
Sunday evening, Australian time was the Sprint Relay, with only the Sprint to go before the World Cup is wrapped up for season 2019. Nanhai Movie and TV Town was the venue, with the opening leg being a choice of one side or the other of the large hill that dominated the mapped area World of O article here … Read More