Read the full post at https://mailchi.mp/orienteering.org.nz/compass-point-october-2023 M e m b e r n e w s & v i e w s | O C T O B E R 2 0 2 3U p d a t eNotes from the GMView from the ChairE v e n t R e vi e wEuropean Championships (EOC)Polite Swiss precision wins […]
Read more at: https://mailchi.mp/orienteering.org.nz/compass-point-september-2023 M e m b e r n e w s & v i e w s | S E P T E M B E R 2 0 2 3 U p d a t eNotes from the GMView from the Chair E v e n t R e vi e […]
Read the Member News and Views Newsletter at: https://mailchi.mp/orienteering.org.nz/compass-point-march-2023 Member news & views | MARCH 2023 Note from the GMWelcome to the March issue of Compass Point. It has been a busy month as staff and Council prep for the AGM, complete our annual reporting, and in doing so take stock of the year that […]
Member news & views | JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2022 See the Newsletter at https://mailchi.mp/orienteering.org.nz/compass-point-januaryfebruary-2023 Update Sport Mapping MTB Orienteering Coming events Event reports ONZ – 50 Years Strong Resources ONZ Updates Last points Note from the GM We thought it was wet in November last year. The recent cyclone Gabriele has given new meaning to […]
See the full content here: https://mailchi.mp/orienteering.org.nz/novemberdecember-compass-point Member news & views | NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2022 Update Sport Event reports MTB orienteering Coming events Resources ONZ Updates Last points See the full content here: https://mailchi.mp/orienteering.org.nz/novemberdecember-compass-point
Member news & views | AUGUST 2022 Update Notes from the GM View from the Chair Sport Orienteering be included at 2026 Commonwealth Games? Permanent courses around the country Upping the game – from here to where for high performance Junior Camp venues and dates announced – we are looking for a Camp Manager and […]
Member news & views | JULY 2022 Contents: Update Notes from the GM View from the Chair Sport World Games Gold! Orienteering and running speed July High-Performance Update John & Val recognised with Caltex Good Sport Award Event reports JWOC 222 Mapping Mapping update MTB orienteering Embargo MTBO champs Coming events Tūāraki and Auckland Regional […]
Member news & views | JUNE 2022 Update Foreword from the GM View from the Chair Sport NZL British Sprint Champs victories Southern Cross Teams named High Performance update Sports People WOC Athlete profiles Event Reviews WOC 2022 Pokapū Regional Championships NSL results after Matariki-O Greig Hamilton on the Berkley Marathon Coming Events Entries are about to close for 4 major […]
Member news & views | MAY 2022 Update Foreword from the GM View from the Chair Sport Tim shines; two Silvers at World Cup in Borås, Sweden Kiwis fly in WOC Test races Martin rides to podium at Victorian MTBO Championships WUOC Team named Club profile – Waikato Expressions of interest for Southern Cross Managers and Coaches ONZ Innovation Award winner Cameron de L’Isle’s […]
Cardiac arrest and open heart surgery haven’t slowed down top Kiwi orienteer Lizzie Ingham, who’s on her way to her yet another world championship, Merryn Anderson writes.
Member news & views | APRIL 2022 Update Foreword from the GM View from the Chair Sport WOC, JWOC, & MTBOC Teams Named ONZ AGM next week! High Performance News Looking for Southern Cross Managers and Coaches Selection Notice New Zealand Schools Teams (Southern Cross Challenge) Event Review Nationals Coming Events Queens Birthday Weekend Australian Orienteering Carnival Central Otago Orienteering holds MTB Rogaine ONZ Updates […]
A few insights from many of our orienteers who were participating on what is considered one of the toughest GODZone events. Craig Pelvin | Godwits: 1. How do you prepare for GODZone? Training. As a team all with jobs and families this required a lot of juggling and full team ended up only being a couple of weekends […]
After the success of Nationals 2021 and the camping options at Leighton’s Farm, NWOC wanted to put on a 2-day weekend with maps and camping all in close proximity. The old Wilson Road map, once owned by Rob and Marquita, had been nicely growing away over the last 20 years and with local contacts, permission […]
At the end of the European summer last year we were fortunate to have the World MastersMTBO Champs go ahead. It was touch and go for a bit given the rising Covid numbers at the time, and a bunch of additional restrictions were put in to keep the Masters competitors separate from the Juniors who […]
A promising start to 2022 with the successful not-Oceania Championships (reported below) has, perhaps predictably, descended into uncertainty with the outbreak of the omicron variant of Covid leading to cancellation of both the Super City Sprints and the Northern Champs. However, there are some positive signs both in terms of planning ahead – notably a […]
Update Foreword from the GM I hope that everyone was able to have some time off over Christmas/New Year and that those who attended the ‘not the’ Oceania Championships survived the gruelling long! In this issue we review the ‘not’ Oceania Event, ask members for their feedback on ONZ’s priorities for 2022, and we interview […]
IOF World Cup Event Director Per Forsberg interviews Tim Robertson on all things orienteering and the influence of Covid. To hear the interview click here
Member news & views S p o r t Notes from the GM View from the chair Nationals 2020 New Zealand Secondary School Team named Junior O camp What does a Convenor of Selectors do? Temu Rd quiz answer M a p p i n g Mapping committee Bulletin H i g h P e […]
GM’s Foreword Hi all, Welcome to the August issue of Compass Point. Orienteering continues to try and function in difficult times. The escalation of Covid19 levels from the level one we were quickly used to has definitely made things more challenging. Tomorrow [Mon 31 Aug 2020] all of New Zealand will be at level 2 […]
In this issue: View from the Chair; Club Spotlight – Hawkes Bay Orienteering; Vote 2020 – A call for ONZ Council Nominations; High Performance News; Mapping Update; Large events that are rapidly looming
In this issue: View from the Chair; Legends – Bunny Rathbone; Peter Snell the Orienteer; 40th Katoa Po Event; Rogaine Update; 2020 Council Nominations;
Students from Geraldine High School are set to participate in the Geraldine Rogaine Autumn Muster.An event which will see people plotting a route during a race throughout a South Canterbury town will help raise funds for its high school.The Geraldine High School’s PTA has organised another Rogaine Autumn Muster which will take place this Sunday.
March Monthly eNewsletter including: View from the chair; AGM & Club Forum Notice; Council Elections; High Performance Update; Event Liaison Update; Have your Say!; Risk Management Question; And other news
The International Orienteering Federation has re-launched its official website and rebranded to new address orienteering.sport.
Orienteering NZ News, Updates, and with the end of the year approaching fast, its timely to have a look at what’s happened in 2018.
More Auckland walking tracks are closing to prevent the spread of kauri dieback disease. Auckland Council and Kaipātiki Local Board announced a number of “vulnerable” tracks and reserves would close in the Kaipātiki area from Monday. The closures come after it was confirmed that kauri dieback had infected trees in Kauri Park and Muriel Fisher Reserve in […]
Vindaloo MTBO Weekend 2018 Orienteering Bay of Plenty (OBOP) is running the Vegas Vindaloo Mountain Bike Orienteering (MTBO) Weekend on 29-30 September 2018. MTBO Sprint, MTBO Long and MTBO Rogaine on the fantastic trails around Rotorua. Central Districts Foot Orienteering Championships 2018 OBOP is also resurrecting the Central Districts Foot Orienteering Champs on 3-4 November […]
Kiwi orienteering star Tim Robertson claimed New Zealand’s first ever medal at a World Orienteering Championships on Sunday in Latvia. In a historic performance in which the 22-year-old led at every split time, Robertson was ahead by 0.7 seconds at the final pre-warning before being edged out of the gold medal by Switzerland’s Daniel Hubmann by a slim 1.1 seconds to take silver.
In this issue: View from the Chair; ONZ Policy Updates; Team Staff Vacancy – Pinestars Manager; Introducing the Council – Alison Comer; HP Update; Event Liaison Update; WANTED: Quality areas for NZ Champs; Active NZ Participation Survey Results; STILL LOST: National Championship Trophies;