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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Orienteering Update from World Masters Games 2017

23 Feb 2017 By Online Coordinator
World Masters Games 2017 are working closely with Orienteering New Zealand, our sport delivery partner, and as the Games draw closer we have a number of updates to provide you.. Read More...
WMG2017 - Registrations Close Friday 3 March 2017

Get in Quick! 8 Days to World Masters Games Registrations Close on Fri 3 March 2017

23 Feb 2017 By Online Coordinator
Friday 3 March is the deadline to register for most sports in World Masters Games 2017. So if you’re not signed up, it’s your last chance!. Read More...
Australian Orienteering Championships Carnival 2017

Invitation to Australian Orienteering Carnival – Sept 2017

22 Feb 2017 By Online Coordinator
You are warmly invited to the Australian Orienteering Carnival 2017 Hill End and Bathurst, Central-Western New South Wales September 23rd to October 1st.. Read More...

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Llama Rogaine Chile – April 2017 (Foot or Mountain Bike)

21 Dec 2016 By Online Coordinator
LLama Rogaining Chile 2017 invite participants to their Rogaining event on April 1, 2017 in Chile. 3 hour, 6 hour and 12 hour options. MTB or on Foot. See website for more details.
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Gene Beveridge Blog: U23 Camp Overload Week

19 Dec 2016 By Online Coordinator
I spent the past week in the wonderful escape of Castle Hill as a coach on the ONZ U23 Squad Camp. This was a great opportunity to interact with the up-and-coming elites of NZ orienteering and bust out some quality hours for myself.

IOF: In depth with GPS-analysis

06 Dec 2016 By Online Coordinator
Elite orienteers use it. Ordinary orienteers use it. GPS-tracking. Analysing your race with help from GPS has become common practice. Tools like QuickRoute and Livelox make it very easy to spend time on orienteering long after you return from the forest.

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