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Sue Made JOG's wonderful mascot

New arrival at JOG

The Toomers and Macphersons presented QO with a new mascot, made by Sue.

Elven in appearance, he could almost have emerged from the woods. He's already invested in some QO merchandise too- check out the detail on Sue's stitchwork.

Mon 2 Dec

Staple Hill JOG

Taking on the misty forest

Rain has been falling on a Super Saturated Staplehill for about a week and as you will see from the photos the whole area was shrouded in mist BUT many JOGgers turned up to have a run, well done all of you, it made it worth-while!

Photos (Dropbox)

Sat 23 Nov Read more…

Thurlbear JOG

Ollie And Sarah finishing, Thurlbear

As you can see from the photos, there was plenty of water and mud but Karen had put a lot of thought into the planning and everyone came back satisfied that they had been challenged....especially those on the Fox.

Photos (Dropbox) by Jim Pearson

Sat 9 Nov Read more…

Beginners

Beginners And Improvers

Tips for improvement

Tips for all those who have reached the level of Orange (or Badger course at JOG) i.e.

  • an adult beginner
  • a junior improver

Some of those doing harder courses may often still need to master these techniques though.

Tue 5 Nov

Neroche JOG

Tom And Ollie Reviewing The Run

Strong gusts of wind and rain swept across the SW throughout the night before and the morning of the Castle Neroche JOG.

A glance at the photos will tell you that we got drenched but still had a great time.

Photos (Dropbox)

Tue 29 Oct Read more…

Henlade Hill JOG

Emma running up Henlade Hill

Ray and Sue Toomer certainly made the most of Henlade Hill small venue though it is, with a variety of interesting courses.

We had another great turn out which was surprising as the weather forecast was not grand.

Link to photos (Dropbox)

Sat 12 Oct Read more…

Netherclay JOG

Bearing up? The bearings exercise being discussed

One of the courses had some senior orienteers well and truly 'foxed' this week...for planner Jenny West presented them with a blank map with bearings but very little else to go on!

A great exercise for anyone who's ever tried it, even in an area you think you know well.

Photos

Sat 5 Oct Read more…

Broomfield Hill JOG

A queue for the swing forms, Broomfield

Last Saturday saw JOG at Broomfield Hill an area which provides a good mixture of open heathland, woods and open fields (with stunning views).

Photos (Dropbox link)

Sun 29 Sep Read more…

Andrew makes podium

Multi-level action, Barbican

London City Race

Congratulations to Andrew Page for a strong performance in the capital, where he finished third, just 90s behind the winner in the M16- category. Like in 2017, the action centred around the striking Barbican Centre.

Mon 23 Sep Read more…

Willett Hill JOG

Slow climb up to the tower

This small but perfectly formed hilltop wood is still a relatively new area for orienteering and plenty people came and tried it out.

Photos (Dropbox link)

Judy Craddock reports.

Sun 22 Sep Read more…

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