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

 

 

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NZ MTBing Mecca Hosts 2016 NZ MTBO Champs

NZ MTBing Mecca Hosts 2016 NZ MTBO Champs

Rotorua, New Zealand's mountain biking mecca, is hosting the 2016 New Zealand Mountain Bike Orienteering Championships.   Orienteering Bay of Plenty (OBOP) will be using two new maps, and one relatively unused area, for the Sprint, Middle and Long (Classic) events.  The Sprint map will use the new Tihiotonga-Waiariki map, providing Read More...

SELECTION ANNOUNCEMENT - New Zealand Secondary Schools Team 2016

SELECTION ANNOUNCEMENT - New Zealand Secondary Schools Team 2016

  Gold Coast, Queensland 24 September –2 October 2016 The New Zealand Secondary Schools Team selected to compete for the Southern Cross Trophy against the six Australian states and the Australian Capital Territory in the 2016 Australian Schools Championships from 24 September to 2 October 2016 is:   Junior Girls  Olivia Collins                                       North West/Diocesan Read More...

NZ Secondary Schools 2016 Long Video Feed

NZ Secondary Schools 2016 Long Video Feed

The New Zealand Secondary Schools Orienteering Championships long distance award ceremony will start today at 2:30pm Friday 22 July 2016 and the video feed is available on https://facebook.com/olynxsoftware Over 400 students are competing. Award Presentations for Sprint and Long Distance Events: Video provided by O-Lynx  Alternative hand held view with panning - broadcast via Periscope New Read More...

Start List for NZ Secondary Schools Sprint and Long Published

Start List for NZ Secondary Schools Sprint and Long Published

Start times for the New Zealand Secondary Schools Championships (Sprint and Long) are now published on the Orienteering Waikato Read More...

Shamus flies in MIddle Final

Shamus flies in MIddle Final

Shamus Morrison produced an outstanding run to finish in 9th place in the JWOC Middle Distance Final run in steep, rocky and complex terrain. Notwithstanding a small mistakeon control 5 and what looked like a slightly wavering route choice to number 8, Shamus came into the finish in 4th place and Read More...

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