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Gene Beveridge reflects on winning his A-goal race, Oceania Orienteering Champs Long Distance.
The Oceania Orienteering Championships 2017 took place 14-17 April in Auckland, New Zealand. Despite the severe weather conditions in the area, the competitions could go ahead as planned, and the Oceanian orienteers battled it out for titles in Sprint, Middle, Long and Relay.
Lizzie Ingham would normally be on home ground this Easter, but the leader of the IOF FootO Athletes’ Commission is missing one of the highlights of the Oceania orienteering calendar.
At 9:12am on 13 April The New Zealand Metrological Service issued a Severe Weather Warning. Our advice to competitors.
The Oceania 2017 Bulletin 2 has been updated. Updated 11 April 2017 – Amendments to Registration, Sprint quarantine, Sprint map size, Sprint distance to start, Sprint embargoed area, Middle quarantine. The latest version of the Bulletin (including amendments below) is on the Oceania 2017 website.
The AGM Agenda 2017 is available for download. It includes the AGM Agenda, three Remits, and Council comment on the Remits.
The Pinestars team will compete against Australia at the Oceania Championships which will be held in Auckland on 14-17 April 2017.
Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in the biggest orienteering carnival New Zealand has ever seen!
Updated 28 March 2017 The ANZ Challenge will be held in Auckland on 14-17 April 2017 as part of the Oceania Championships. Women Men Grade Name Grade Name 16 Olivia Collins 16 Isaac Egan Jessica Sewell Tom Harding Georgia Skelton Liam Stolberger 18 Katie Cory-Wright 18 Andrei Popovici Danielle Goodall Calum Sutherland Jenna Tidswell Ryan […]