Brighton Street race & weekly round-up
Gavin Clegg reports from Brighton where he and Andrew Page dodged the Christmas late night shoppers and revellers to place yet again in the final southern league street race of the season...
praise for team behind prestigious events
Lt Col Kev Fitchett has thanked and praised the club for putting on the Quantock Weekend of Orienteering three weeks ago. In a letter to Roger Craddock and the members of QO, he recognised the team effort required to put on a 'high level civilian event'.
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After the mammoth effort of the QWO, the club members seek some relief by putting on a simple low-key event! Roger Craddock reports from the final event of JOG for this term, which was held on the Meadow last Saturday...
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A lifetime in sport
QO member John Fisher recounts a lifetime in sport, how he got into orienteering and his recent struggles with injuries...
With his trusty headtorch, Elliot Smith quite literally shone at QO's Weekend of Orienteering at Ramscombe winning the Southern Nights championship on the Saturday evening.
Andrew on course for second
The latest standings in the street leagues...after his 3rd place in the Oxford SEOUL at the weekend, even with one race to go, Andrew Page will be second. Both are fantastic achievements – very well done Andrew.