ACT Sprint Champs: Final Information

The final Information for this Sunday's 2022 ACT Sprint Distance Championships is now available here. In particular, please note the following information regarding Out of Bounds Areas:Some areas of Out…

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ACT Sprint Returns to AIS

Sunday June 26th, 2022 will see the ACT Sprint Distance Championships return to the AIS – once the home of Australian elite sports. Jenny Bourne has set challenging courses for…

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‘Running’ a Badge Event

The late Neville de Mestre was noted for his humorous articles of which this is an excellent example, first published in the A.C.T. Orienteering News, October 1978. Neville was the…

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Vale Neville de Mestre

Photos supplied by David Hogg: L to R: Celebrating a birthday 1978; At Kooyoora 1986; At Bowral 1988. Most of the text was also supplied by David Hogg. Neville de…

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Feedback Sought on 2022 NOL Season

The Orienteering Australia High Performance management group is seeking feedback on the 2022 National Orienteering League season, to assist with planning of future seasons. This survey can be completed by…

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AGM Rings in the Changes and Honours Our Best
The 2022 OACT Board. L-R: Jane Barnett, Edith Gray, Stephen Goggs, Susanne Harrysson, Maurice Patten, Andrew Cheffers, David Stocks (absent: Tara Melhuish, Valerie Barker)

AGM Rings in the Changes and Honours Our Best

At the Association’s AGM held at the Canberra Southern Cross Club Jamison on 28 April there were several changes to the OACT Board: Susanne Harrysson (Bushflyers) was elected as President…

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Isaacs Ridge Success

Thanks to all the Weston Emus who helped at the event on Saturday 14th May. The event was very successful in spite of threatening rain clouds. Martin Wehner's courses were…

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