Jenni Adams in the Piopio forest, Waitango 2007. Credit: Jamie Stewart

Race Start NZ Champs 2015 Middle – The Rockery Onewhero. Credit: Karen Woods

Auckland Orienteering Series 2015 – Woodhill. Credit: Karen Woods

Selfs Farm Summer Orienteering

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WOC2015 Report #2.5 - driving technology

As you may notice from the photo attached to the first report, we have a nearly new Ford 8-seater minivan as part of our transport arrangements. This wonder of driving technology comes complete with all kinds of mysterious knobs and buttons and a digital display on the dashboard which produces really useful messages for the driver. Sadly Read More...

WOC2015 Report #2 - the joys of a Scottish summer

Although the weather in Amsterdam may have cleared sufficiently to allow the remaining team members to join us in Inverness, the Scottish summer seems rather wet as Wednesday morning dawns with more r Read More...

WOC2015 Report #1 - Amsterdam weather throws a spanner in the works

Unfortunately, although four team members (Tim & Laura Roberston, Matt Ogden and Lizzie Ingham) along with the manager are now esconced at Auchnahillin Holiday Park just outside Inverness, the ini Read More...

ONZ High Performance News - July 2015

Well what a month! Another wonderful JWOC for New Zealand highlighted by Tim Robertson’s successful defence of his sprint title, but supported in full by excellent performances by the men in the long distance and relay, and some promising progress made by the young women’s team. Now attention switches from Norway to Scotland as Read More...

World Masters 2017 Orienteering Embargo Areas

The World Masters Games 2017 embargo areas and previous maps have been published on the Orienteering NZ website. To view and download the embargo information and maps visit the Orienteering NZ World Masters 2017 page. Read More...

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  • Middle Distance Final

    Middle Distance Final

    Yesterday was the middle distance final for the men and women. The day begun with the B and C finals, for those who finished outside of the top 20 in …
  • The most successful men’s JWOC sprint orienteer – ever (plus the rest of us)

    The most successful men’s JWOC sprint orienteer – ever (plus the rest of us)

    Tim Robertson has written his name well and truly into the history books of orienteering, with a stellar run into GOLD in the sprint distance held today in Åmot. On …
  • Sprint Simulation

    Sprint Simulation

    The sprint simulation was held at Krossen village. Norwegian sprintmaps are very  different to New Zealand because there aren’t  any close together buildings or tight alleyways. Most buildings are single houses with no fence …
  • Welcome to JWOC 2015

    Welcome to JWOC 2015

    A "Welcome to JWOC 2015" video
  • Edwardo Cutz

    Edwardo Cutz

    As the second day’s training in Rauland came to a close Tim Robertson decided he needed a haircut. But where, in a ski town, in summer you might ask.
  • JWOC Long Distance Simulation – Sauraai

    JWOC Long Distance Simulation – Sauraai

    On a stunning day in Rauland we headed out to one of the nicest maps of the area for our Long Distance Simulation Race.
  • JWOC Blog 8 – News from Norway

    JWOC Blog 8 – News from Norway

    Before meeting up with the team in Oslo, Dani, Kayla, Tommy, Devon and I had a couple of days in Sweden in the small town of Lund. We were able …
  • Athlete Development Interviews: Lizzie, Tim and Matt

    Athlete Development Interviews: Lizzie, Tim and Matt

    Some of our top athletes, Lizzie Ingham, Tim Robertson and Matt Ogden are asked a few questions about how they have progressed from starting out at orienteering to competing on …
  • JWOC Blog 7 – News from Northwest

    JWOC Blog 7 – News from Northwest

    photo: Tommy, Alice and I fundraising at a rogaine It is less than a month out till JWOC, and it seems crazy how quickly time has flown from trials (which I …
  • JWOC Blog 6 – Queens Birthday

    JWOC Blog 6 – Queens Birthday

    Last weekend was the JAFA 3-day Queens Birthday event held by the North-West orienteering club, the last decent tune-up event before most of us leave for Norway in about 3 …