Seasoned O travellers Andy Rimes and Rosie Wych saught out fresh terrain in the Low Countries...and of course the chance to add another souvenir O top to their collections.
Amazingly, the intriguing series of inland dune areas over there might not be used again - Andy and Rosie report.
& other urban events
Pete Shirvington took his recent good form from the Bristol urban series with him to the 'Steel City', where he finished 9 / 26 on the veterans course in the Sheffield City Race on Saturday.
NEW: Martin reports from Wakefield
How to join
Quantock Orienteers (QO) welcomes new members of all ages, from complete beginners through to experienced orienteers. The club is affiliated to British Orienteering (BOF), the sport’s national governing body, and you join the club via British Orienteering (see below for details).
The following is a list of members for each of the three teams that will put on five forest league events (QOFLs) this season (2019/20).
Updated 25 June 2019
- Martin Lewis and Pete Shirvington have registered for the Race the Castles series in Yorkshire- but not all nine days in a row, which includes urban, middle distance, woodland and even indoor events!
- One of our leading orienteers Brian Fletcher reports that he is hoping to return to orienteering next year
Howgills, Lake District
Arising presumably fresh from their overnight camp, the Shirvingtons had a very impressive day 2, climbing 13 places to 47th of 115.
Harterfell Class- Overall results
The Modicas meanwhile climbed one place and clocked up 16.5 hours on the hills.