Video – Orienteering engages youths’ minds and bodies. Made with funding from NZ On Air. At this week’s Hawke’s Bay Schools Sprint Championship there were 267 entries.
A Hawke’s Bay Orienteering club member, Amron has been drawing and constructing maps voluntarily for the past 10 years and for him, volunteers were essential for sport in the region.
Havelock North High School students Georgia Hulls and Jenna Tidswell are no strangers to representing their country in their respective sports, and both are soon to do it again.
Hawke’s Bay Orienteering looks forward to welcoming competitors to North Island Secondary Schools Orienteering Championships 2016 on 28-30 April 2016.
New Zealand’s top ranked orienteer and previous Junior World Champ Matt Ogden will mark his return home by competing in the WOA Rocks Championships this October. He will join many others from around the country for the two day, three race competition in Hawkes Bay. With a middle distance in complex rocky terrain, a sprint […]
On-line entries now open for this event, 3 races over two days. In the sprint race at Arataki on Saturday afternoon, all elite class runners will be using SPORTident Air! This is a first for any major event in New Zealand!
The Wellington Orienteering Champs – Hawkes Bay – 17-18 October 2015 Day 1: AM Middle Maraetotara Day 1: PM Sprint Arataki Day 2: AM Long Fire Station See www.hborienteering.com for more details coming soon.