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It's only a few days to go till our annual weekender! We return to the western Quantocks, last used in 2013 for the score and on Day 2 return to Cloud Farm in Doone Country, Exmoor, scene of a memorable event from 2011. Flyer, Entries
Steve and Julia Robertson took on the technical limestone terrain of the Yorkshire Dales in Airienteers OC's Dales Weekend. From the photographs, it looks like the weather was kind for these national events. Event page Also featured: Swindon City race Results
Bill Vigar made it a clean sweep of trophies during a weekend of fabulous action on the beautiful and historic towans near Hayle in Cornwall, where 10 other members were also competing. Overall results, Comments, Route analysis
Win for Andrew
It was the bank holiday weekend, so where better to spend it than at the races? Epsom anyone? That's where urban specialist Andrew Page headed, in the first of two runs in the South East. He now has his nose in front in the Southern England urban league.
In mid August, Andy Rimes and Rosie Wych took part in all five days of the O Cerdanya 2017 tournament in the Catalan Pyrenees, straddling the French and Spanish borders. Both acquired good results... and good tans. Video
Wheely good result for Chris
Orienteering action returned to the Quantocks on Sunday- but only if you had wheels. Chris Phillip was third out of 38 riders on the Quantocks on Sunday, in SWEMBO's latest three hour "score" event. Well done Chris! Results, Report
Review, by day
An amazing week on Royal Deeside. Fourteen from QO and JOG headed north, half being S6D debutants but some veterans of multiple campaigns. Forecasts of rain were mainly scotched; at worst we had mildy intrusive drizzle and at best, summer heat with bright and clear views.
We had a good representation up in the Highlands with 10 members and 4 JOGgers attending. Half of those were making their S6D debuts. Well done to them and Bill Vigar, 2nd on M80 plus Tony Hext and the Robertsons for competing in all six days and the so-called rest day.
The new season kicks off (bleeps off?) with some fantastic dune action taking place on the first weekend in September at the annual Caddihoe. The 10 or so QO members who've entered have a sprint race and long and middle distance races to look forward to.
30 July - 5 August
Ten members are heading for the bi-annual tournament on Royal Deeside. During this time, there will be very little if any updating of this website but hopefully not much news to report on either. So if you want to follow the action from up north, see the Scottish 6 Days website