The National Orienteering League, known as NOL, is Australia’s premier elite domestic competition with 3 – 4 rounds held in the Autumn season.
It is primarily a team competition with individuals racing to gain points for their state team. It also provides a great opportunity to socialise with those from other state teams, continuing and building new friendships from junior years.
The NOL has four categories:
Senior men and women (>20 years of age) and junior men and women (up to 20 years).
For each category there is an elite class for those wanting to race at the highest level, and a sports class for those who may have other priorities. Both classes score points and contribute to their teams’ performance.
Interested in finding out more about the state teams?
Find your state / territory team below: