Jukola 2018 preparation starts here

There is a video of the 7th leg mass start with go-pro and camera footage, but this is funnier:

 

Ali and Eoin rock the rocks

Alistair George had a good crack at positioning himself for JWOC selection with a solid 3rd place in M20E at the Australian 3 days at Wagga, whilst Eoin Rothery overcame a 3 minutes deficit entering the final event, a sprint at Charles Sturt Uni to win his class outright, but his time for JWOC may be past.

A bunch of other feet did varyingly, looks like the longest leg time any of us managed was about 40 minutes. Jock Davis, Greg Barbour, Jo Parr and Lyra all had their moments in the sun winning an individual day, but ended the weekend badgeless for one reason or another.

Tambourine Bay SSS - Results

Live results | Eventor | Big Foot  | RouteGadget

(Note -  RouteGadget should now be good).

Thanks to the Mackie family for putting on a great event - Hamish was the planner, so blame him for your fun.

Crimson Hill Sprint - hot enough ?

New virtual orienteering game on STEAM

A new virtual orienteering game is now available on the STEAM platform just in time for you to get in some technical training over summer. Review coming soon.

Get it here

 

Big Foot Sprints - Results

Mappers welcome new access rules and tools for Spatial Data

ONSW mapping guru Russell Rigby just passed on details of an trans-government initiative to release spatial data freely under a creative commons license. The new model helps Australia catch up with other nations in terms of open access to geo-spatial data.

SSS 10 Hunts Creek - Results

Thanks for battling the horrible Sydney traffic to get to the event today. Its a great area for those who got there - plenty of bush, quiet streets and the locals are friendly and sometimes even have a crack at orienteering.

Combined Results (with splits) | Eventor | RouteGadget

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