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Orienteering NZ Annual Report 2018
By ONZ Online Coordinator - Roger Woodroofe - Wed 10 Apr 2019 5:27pm
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ONZ Annual Report 2018 Front Pages

The ONZ Annual Report 2018 (PDF 6.8MB) is available for download.

Each week members of Orienteering New Zealand actively participate in a range of map-based sports. Whether heading into pine forests or sprinting around urban areas, orienteers with map and compass in hand challenge themselves physically and intellectually.

The Annual Report includes:

  • Orienteering NZ
    • Representatives on Council, Committees, International Committees, Life Members, & Staff.
    • Orienteering NZ Vision Statement
    • Graphic: Orienteering NZ Strategic Plan 2016-2019
  • Chair’s Report 
  • General Managers Report
  • How We Strengthen Foundations.
  • How We Make It Easy
    • Mapping Committee
  • How We Sustain Growth
    • Graphic: Membership Numbers 2001-2018
    • Graphic: Membership by Age
    • Graphic: Membership by Gender
    • Graphic: Year of Joining
    • Graphic: Participation Numbers & Number of Events 2002-2018
    • In Memorium – Bruce Collins; Svend Pederson
    • Mountain Bike Committee
    • Rogaine Committee
  • How We Enhance PerformancesOur athletes achieving on the world stage
    • National Squad
    • U23 Squad
    • World Orienteering Championships – Riga/Sigulda, Latvia
    • Junior World Orienteering Championships – Kecskemét, Hungary
    • ANZ MTBO Challenge – Central Otago
    • Southern Cross Challenge – South Australia
  • How we Fund It
    • Graphic: 2017 Income/Expenditure
    • Graphic: 2018 Income/Expenditure
    • Thanks to Partners
    • Representative Tour Summary
    • Domestic Development Summary
  • Orienteering New Zealand Financial Report – for 12 months ending 31 December 2018
  • International Representation and Results
    • World Orienteering Championships 2018 – The New Zealand team selected to compete at the World Orienteering Championships in Riga, Latvia 3-11 August 2018.
    • World Cup 2018 – The New Zealand team selected to compete at the World Cup 2018
    • Junior World Orienteering Championships – The New Zealand team selected to compete at the Junior World Orienteering Championships in Kecskemét, Hungary in 8-15 July 2018.
    • World University Orienteering Championships 2018 – The orienteers selected for the World University Orienteering Championships 2018 held in Kuortane, Finland from17-21 July 2018.
    • World MTBO and Junior World MTBO Championships 2018 – The orienteers selected for the World MTBO and Junior World MTBO Championships 2018 held in Waldviertel, Austria from 5 – 13 August 2018.
    • ANZ MTBO Challenge – The New Zealand Mountain Bike team selected to compete against Australia for the ANZ Challenge during New Zealand Mountain Bike Orienteering Championships, 24-27 April in Alexandra, Central Otago.
    • Junior Pinestars – The New Zealand Junior Pinestars will compete against the Australian Bushrangers at the Australian Orienteering Championships in Adelaide from 29 September – 6 October 2018. E20 grade.
    • Southern Cross Challenge – The New Zealand Secondary Schools team selected to compete against Australia for the Southern Cross Trophy against the six Australian states and the Australian Capital Territory in the 2018.
  • National Results
    • The New Zealand National Championships 2018 hosted by Auckland – E21 Only
    • The New Zealand Secondary Schools Championships 2018 hosted by PAPO.
  • Katie Fettes Memorial Trust

 

  • Awards & Trophies – Presented in 2018 for the year ending 31 December 2017
  • Graphic: Club Membership by Club 2010-2018
  • Event Participation – Summary By Club, Event Type, and Totals (2017-2018)

Download the ONZ Annual Report 2018 (PDF 6.8MB)

 

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