Our club chair Roger Craddock looks at recent developments and progress being made within the club in his latest message. Despite not running a summer JOG series this year, it continues to be a very busy season both event wise and behind the scenes
To many, it can takes years to put names to faces in our sport! Such people could be the helpers we see at QOFLs and the runners in the results lists. With this in mind, we ran a series of questionairre "interviews" in our club newsletter the QuOnicle a few years back. If you fancy helping revive the series, please read on...
Sarah Hasler writes on her experiences of the recent JK in Sussex, reflecting on the buzz of a large international tournament not too far from the South West. Thank you for this report, Sarah and if anyone else would like to share their O experiences too please get in touch
Our chairman Roger Craddock reports on the latest developments within the club, covering communications, mapping, coaching, safety and competitions. It's been a very busy season for the club both event wise and behind the scenes!
With our new website now firmly established and well received by club members, I thought it about time I put pen to paper or rather fingers (all two of them) to keys. So much has happened in the past few weeks.
Funeral & wake
A QO newsletter he edited and a photograph of a winning QO relay team were amongst the memorabilia displayed at Tim Wood's wake on Tuesday (24th January). Tim's athleticism and his orienteering days were also referenced at the preceding funeral, at St Cuthberts Church, Wells, which Mike Crockett attended.
SEOUL League runner-up's account of the season
From Page boy to SEOUL boy!
Andrew Page (M12) diarised his family's travels throughout the historic towns and cities of the south in 2016 while taking part in the southern urban league.
A lifetime in sport
QO member John Fisher recounts a lifetime in sport, how he got into orienteering and his recent struggles with injuries...
Adrian's 10 hour mountain marathon
Adrian Edwards took part in the Brecon Beacons Ultra – 46ish miles! It took him 10hrs, 42 mins and 18 seconds which earned him 88th place out of 216.