Sick and tired of reading everything on a screen? Print too small or missing the whole picture?
Why not get the next issue of The Australian Orienteer in hard copy.
Easy reading in the lounge, walking to the coffee shop, in the “smallest room”…..
All members are able to receive a hard copy of the magazine. Simply register your interest here to receive the June issue.
You do not need to register again if you have done so previously.
You must be registered by midnight Thursday 14 May in order to receive the June edition of the magazine.
The June edition of The Australian Orienteer will be a bumper 52-page issue for you to read as we (hopefully) climb out of this lock down. We look at how COVID-19 has affected our lives; we cover the outcomes of the IOF Fair Play survey; and Ross Barr brings us some Great Legs from the Melbourne Sprint Weekend. Marion Burrill pays homage to those who have had a big hand in building the Queensland Junior squad; Tash Key interviews Swiss legend Simone Niggli; Steve Bird continues his series on “How to Improve your Orienteering”; we bring you maps from the ACT Sprint Series; this year’s Stockholm Indoor Cup map included an eye-watering 10 floors with 68 level changes, and that was just for the “Aunts” course; Aston Key is our 2019 Athlete of the Year; the Lehtonen family compare Orienteering in Australia with Finland, and there’s a masterclass on MTBO navigation in Finland from Ingrid Stengard; Ray Howe follows Melbourne’s Millennium Club Legends as they notionally run around Australia and New Zealand; Dennis Mews offers some tips on drawing simple maps near our homes; Spot the Difference brings you a complex spur/gully/mining area to hone your map reading skills; and Top Events lists coming events that (again hopefully) we might be able to take part in.