Who's in the running for the trophies? The league tables have begun to take shape but with two QOFLs left, even those who've ran just once so far have a chance. So early pacesetters are best to keep on showing up to defend their lead!
Focussing on the big features on the map which are easy to see on the ground helps you go faster. Less time is then spent studying irrelevant detail on the map. This skill takes a bit of practice.
It's explained by GB athlete Ralph Street.
A warm welcome...
...to Phil Sorrell, Sarah Pascall and Al and Sebastian Hemmings of Taunton, who debuted Thurlbear Woods in the Autumn, continuing at Longrun and Young Wood this Spring. They've already challenged themselves on some of the trickier courses.
Day out in Devon
Do event bases get any better? Beautiful grounds with all the facilities you could want in a compact area, on a sunny spring day. Seventeen made the trip and some of the QO results were as eye catching as the activity park's vibrant riverside attractions.