News from British Orienteering

The Lakes 5 Days - Day 4

Day 4: Thursday 2 August 2018, Askham Fell, Pooley Bridge Organising Club: Border Liners

British Orienteering to launch new online training

British Orienteering are pleased to announce a new pilot training programme providing three interactive sessions delivered through the online webinar format. The sessions will cover three very different areas initially with presentations in Coaching, Planning and Developing Clubs.

HALO introduce #findacontrol initiative

It’s often the simplest ideas that are the best and make you wonder why people weren’t doing that before and the same can easily be said for Humberside and Lincolnshire Orienteers new ‘find a control’ initiative appearing on their Twitter account.

Volunteering, what does your club do?

Orienteering is a sport that without volunteers, couldn’t bring enjoyment and activity to thousands of people of all ages. Volunteers are the lifeblood of any sport providing a wealth of experience and varying skills to ensure clubs are sustainable and continue to grow.

The Lakes 5 Days - Day 3

Day 3 takes place today (Tuesday 31 July 2018) in  Whinlatter, near Keswick.

The Lakes 5 Days - Day 2

Day 2: Monday 30 July 2018 Angle Tarn Pikes, Patterdale Organising Club: South Ribble Orienteering Club

The Lakes 5 Days - Day 1

The Lakes 5 Days 2018 kicks off today with Day 1 - and Long distance race in Silver How, Grasmere. 

Lakes 5 Days 2018 - set to start this weekend!

This year sees the 7th Lakes 5 Days event taking place in the English Lake District and will incorporate five individual regional events between Sunday 29 July and Friday 3 August 2018 with one rest/activity day (Wednesday 1 August).

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