Rain, sand and medals - how Quantock Orienteers got on at the UK orienteering championships last weekend at Braunton Burrows, Devon.
Rivalries, holly trees and a sleek fox - how Quantock Orienteers got on at Caddihoe 2021 - the South West Middle and Long Distance championships in the New Forest last weekend.
Sheila Braine provided the usual JOG courses on Broomfield Hill in the three different formats. The Fox course was also available on the Sunday for those who were otherwise involved on the Saturday. The four courses can be found on the MapRun6 list and are open as Permanent Orienteering Courses for anyone who wishes to attempt them.
In conversation with one of our newest members...
Pits, challenges and false finishes - how Quantock Orienteers got on over the weekend at the Welsh Championships in Brecon Beacons and the urban league doubleheader in Milton Keynes and Cambridge.
Our new online entry system
As we prepare for the coming season, we have selected a new pre-entry and online payment system called RaceSignup. Written by Pete Davis from Southampton Orienteering Club, I'm sure many of you have already used it when entering Devon's events.
Roger Craddock tells us of his run on this year's Quantocks Challenge.
Several of the dozen QO runners managed to get themselves snapped or even better, videoed in action at the recent biannual tournament. Many are seen running - the photographers didn't venture far into the leg-sapping terrain that often made up the greater part of the course!