After the mass of events in April, May has been a relatively quiet month on the home front, although as reported below our overseas contingent has been in the thick of the action. Things change at Queen’s Birthday with the final round of the SuperSeries, the ANZ Test Match and the School’s Trials all taking […]
Six of New Zealand’s top orienteers were in action at the weekend at the Swedish TioMila relays. With over 300 10-man teams in the all-night men’s relay and a similar number in the 5-leg women’s race, the Kiwi contribution amounted to no more than 0.1% of the field, but was not insignificant in performance. The […]
The lists below show the top 20 in each class. Only the best nine events count and it was flagged that a maximum of 4 sprint races could count. This second rule has not yet been applied! M21E Fem’d DH Linc Rside Rath Hapua KC Rock’y Goat O-L O-M Total 1 Gene Beveridge 31 28 […]
As always April has been a busy month for orienteering. Starting with the Nationals, which now seem ages away, we have also had both the North and South Island Secondary School Champs and, finally, over Anzac Weekend, the Otago Champs. Short reports on all of these are included below. The first and last have also […]
Selection Announcement WORLD ORIENTEERING CHAMPIONSHIPS 2015 The confirmed team selected to represent New Zealand at the World Orienteering Championships for 2015 to be held in Inverness, Scotland, 1-7 August 2015 is: MENS Gene Beveridge (S,SR) Shamus Morrison (S,R) Matt Ogden (M,R,L) Tim Robertson(S, SR, M, R) WOMENS Renee Beveridge (M, R) Lizzie Ingham (S, […]
The OrienteeringNZ 2015 SuperSeries sprint titles have been decided. Details and points table.
M21E Ferrymead Diamond Harbour Lincoln Riverside Rathkeale Hapua Total 1 Tommy Hayes 40 60 31 80 100 40 351 2 Gene Beveridge 31 28 60 100 60 45 324 3 Shamus Morrison 37 33 80 40 50 60 300 4 Cameron Tier 33 50 45 80 80 288 5 Matt Ogden 100 80 100 280 […]
includes JWOC trials review, results & maps; SuperSeries races results & points table; information on training camps; update on Queen’s Birthday; and JWOC team!!!
The provisional team selected to represent New Zealand at the Junior World Orienteering Championships for 2015 to be held in Rauland, Norway 4-10 July 2015
Masterton hosted the JWOC Trails and the second round of the New Zealand Orienteering Super Series last weekend. This consisted of a middle and sprint on the Saturday and long on the Sunday…