A bulletin has been released providing details of the exciting ACT Autumn Classics in Canberra on 25 & 26 March. These include both the NOL events on 25 & 26 March and the Australian Universities Orienteering Championships on 25 March. 2017ACT_Autumn_Classics_Info_Sheet
Orienteering Australia is calling for nominations for the Australian team to compete at JWOC 2017 in Finland. Nominations should be submitted via the JWOC nomination “event” on eventor: JWOC nomination form Nominations close on February 17. Please also refer to the December OA news item which describes the selection process for the team.
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We have extended the nomination deadline for the Australian Schools Team to compete in NZ in April. The new deadline is January 5 2017. Please see the earlier news item for details and how to nominate.
ANZ Challenge team for 2017 Oceania Championships in NZ W16: Ella Cuthbert, Zoe Melhuish, Caitlyn Young (reserve Emily Sorensen) M16: Dante Afnan, Tristan Miller, Noah Poland (reserve Ryan Gray) W/M18/20/21: To be selected after the NOL race in Tasmania W40: Jenny Casanova, Anna Fitzgerald, Rachel West M40: Bruce Arthur, Graham Braid, Blair Trewin W45: Jennifer Enderby, Wendy Read, Karen Wild-Allen … Read More
OA is calling for nominations from athletes interested in selection in the Australian Schools Team to compete against New Zealand in Rotorua after the Oceania Championships in April 2017. To nominate please read the following document and follow the link in the document to the online nomination form. Aus Schools Team Information
Orienteering Australia is pleased to announce team management positions and selection criteria for 2017 WOC and JWOC teams. WOC Coach: Jim Russell WOC Manager and Assistant Coach: Wendy Read JWOC Coach: Ralph Street JWOC Manager: Christopher (Toph) Naunton Thanks to these dedicated people for volunteering their time to support Australia’s national teams. Selection criteria and preliminary information on these teams … Read More
Congratulations to Australian long distance championship winners Hanny Allston & Matt Crane. Hanny’s winning margin was almost 4 minutes from Grace Crane (Tas), with Lizzie Ingham (NZ) in 3rd. This adds a 4th long title for Hanny, with previous wins in 2005, 2007 and 2008. Matt Crane took out his second long distance championships by 2minutes 47 from SA’s “Mr Consistent” … Read More
Orienteering Australia has announced the National Senior Squad (NSS) and High Performance Group (HPG) for 2007. There are a number of changes to both teams. The NSS consists of 13 men and 13 women. Into the men’s squad come promising juniors Ryan Smyth (Australian M20 champion), Simon Uppill (Victorian middle distance champion) and Matt Parton (6th in the Junior World Championship sprint … Read More