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The following list contains courses which have already been set up, some of which were used at club nights in Spring 2018. They are no longer open access, because we need an organiser to take responsibility for any events that use the courses.
If you would like to set up or help set up a course on your own chosen area, please get in touch with Jeff Pakes (see contacts page).
for our MapRun courses
Results and tracks for all our MapRun courses are contained here. It's an automatic process and the technical wizardry is all handled by the ingenious MapRun facility
Before you get started, please read the following statements and terms. By downloading the app and / or printing the course map, you are agreeing to these statements and terms.
The following is a list of areas with good quality terrain with the potential to host a course at a later date.
Please let Jeff Pakes know (see contacts page) if you would like to get involved in this process of planning a course.
It's relatively straightforward to set up an event once the steps have been learnt though there is a learning curve on the first one or two events you set up.
MapRun (also known as MyOMaps), doesn't need kites, control units or permanent course posts- just a smartphone app. Several courses have already been set for use with the app throughout the county.
The following is information common to all MapRun courses that we have set up.
This section lists the files and other information required by the results processing team, as soon as possible after events.
The event organiser, SI manager and planner (or controller) all have access to the information the results team need and so should be aware of the following.
Here is an explanation of what each role on the day involves