Aston Key’s good run of form continued today in the JWOC Middle Distance qualification races, and OACT’s Tara Melhuish showed that the girls can match the Europeans too by finishing her heat in 5th place, just 40 secs down on the winner of race 1. Today’s qualification race results can be found here and the splits here. Aston completed his 4.1km … Read More
Starting in the last third of the field, Victoria’s Aston Key led from start to finish to win the 2019 Junior World Orienteering Sprint Championships in Denmark overnight. Aston completed the 3.3Km course over 23 controls in Lyseng, Denmark in 12m20s to win by 13 seconds. Men’s and Women’s results can be found here and the splits here The men’s course … Read More
With the 1st two National League events looming next weekend, processes already underway for athletes competing in the first two rounds, and after giving consideration to not causing any disruption to athletes who are now in preparation, OA has decided not to continue with the Head Coach selection process at this time until after this year’s WOC in Norway (12th … Read More
Orienteering Australia is pleased to announce that at its March Board meeting, Stephen Craig was appointed as Director, High Performance. Steve started orienteering in Sydney in 1982, did orienteering as a school sport at Knox Grammar School in Sydney with the late Mike Isbell as teacher, and joined Big Foot after leaving school. Steve ran in three WOC teams in … Read More
NOL scores have been updated after the Qld round https://orienteering.asn.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/2018_NOL_Results_After_Round_12.html There are 4 individual races to go, Aus Middle, Aus Sprint, Aus Long and SA Middle.
To all the coaches out there, Orienteering Australia is looking for you to take up a position coaching a team or squad in 2019 All of these positions are available, please consider Our 2 main positions are OA Headcoach/Senior Squad coach (has 1st choice of being WOC Coach) Junior Squad coach (has 1st choice of being JWOC Coach) These 2 … Read More
The World Orienteering Championships in Estonia and the Junior World Orienteering Championships in Finland are now completed. A round-up of the Australian results is below. World Orienteering Championships Sprint Henry McNulty – 37th Krystal Neumann – 39th Natasha Key – mispunch in final Belinda Lawford – 20th in qualifying Simon Uppill – 21st in qualifying Brodie Nankervis – 24th in … Read More
The full archive of National Orienteering League results from 1993 to 2016 is now available on the Orienteering Australia website. It can be reached through the NOL pointscore page or directly through the page link. Work is ongoing to update and upload the results archive for other major OA events.
Enter HERE Entries close, 3rd March. No late entries Select NOL races if you are entering Elite courses on Saturday and Sunday. There is a ‘non NOL’ event on the Monday, entries are also open for it
National Squads for 2017 have been finalised, they can be found on this page Targeted Talent Athletes will be announced at a later date