Victoria and the Canberra Cockatoos took out the senior National Orienteering League titles at today’s final round relay at Broulee. The senior women started the day with any of the Cockatoos, Victoria or Southern Arrows able to take the title with a win, and after two legs the three were only separated by three minutes, but Belinda Lawford’s fine second … Read More
Aston Key and Grace Crane are the senior National Orienteering League champions for 2021 after today’s final individual round in the sand-dune terrain of Broulee. Key started in front in the chasing-start format and was never headed, doing the day’s fastest time in his eighth win from ten 2021 rounds, with Patrick Jaffe and Brodie Nankervis in the minor placings. … Read More
Grace Crane and Aston Key took the honours in today’s National Orienteering League long distance race, at the SA State Championships at Crooked Straight near Renmark. It was Key’s seventh win from nine rounds, while Crane took her third victory of the season, all of them in long distance races. Key ended up with a reasonably comfortable win, over three … Read More
Aston Key and Krystal Neumann took out today’s middle distance National Orienteering League races at Bunyip Reach, near Renmark in South Australia. Neumann was a comfortable winner, establishing a big lead early after her nearest rivals lost time early, and going on to a four-minute lead. Grace Crane edged out Asha Steer for second, with Olivia Sprod just behind. It … Read More
The following embargoes are in place until after the first NOL round on the 13-14th March 2021 All land bound between Willowbank Rd, Aitkin st and Melton Rd, Gisborne The area covered by the Mt Alexander map near Harcourt The area covered by the Petticoat Gully map near Creswick Additional information/old maps in Eventor Jim Russell Orienteering Australia Head Coach firstname.lastname@example.org
Orienteering Australia has released the January 2021 update of its National Orienteering League Guidelines. The updated documents can be found in the Operation Manual here. Direct link to “2021 NOL Orienteering League Guidelines” here. Direct link to “2021 NOL Special Arrangements” here.
Wildfire Sports and Trek has supported Australian elite orienteering since 2017, first by providing prizes for the ultra-long race and then by providing prizes for winners of National Orienteering League races and season winners. Orienteering Australia is now pleased to announce that Wildfire Sports and Trek has joined as the official sponsor of the NOL and will continue to provide … Read More
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.
Additional explanation has been added to the document about the NOL 2020 pointscore. The revised document can be found here.
The National Orienteering League has changed to be a competition conducted over the first half of the season culminating in an exciting final weekend. The final weekend includes a chasing start race to determine the individual winners and a relay to determine the team winners. The last race will count in everyone’s season total for the individual competition. There are … Read More
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