World Masters Orienteering Championships 2014 in Brazil.
The WMOC 2014 will happen between 01 to 08 fourth of November 2014, in the south of Brazil, in Porto Alegre and Canela.
New Zealand has 5 athletes competing in the events.
This is a historic occasion as it is the first major IOF event to take place in South America. It is an exciting step forward in the objective of becoming a truly global sport. The WMOC 2014 includes a 1574 female and male athletes ranging from 35 to 96 years old.
The south region of Brazil has unique sights and beauty. WMOC 2014 will happen in some of the most beautiful. The Caracol Cascade, Park the Horseshoe, Cathedral Stone are some examples of those sights that make coming to WMOC from November 2014 a must.
Check out the event website for links and information on the sights and wonders and all information you need about the events.
One of the objectives of this ROGAINE is to get people of all ages and abilities to give rogaining a go. Many of the codes will be located in relatively easy to access places with not too much tramping required between them.
That said, there will be plenty to challenge the more experienced. The course is being set by Ed Stevens of Highland Events who will doubtless make use of all the hills and gullies Glendhu Station has to offer.