Scottish Relay Championships

Sun 29th May 2022

Type of event: National Race, Relay

3 person relays using a handicap age system to allow as many clubs as possible to enter teams

Last edited:21st May 22  Read more…


2022 Scottish Championships Weekend

The 2022 Scottish Orienteering Championships are being held on Royal Deeside on May 28th/29th.

Saturday's individual races, organised by Grampian Orienteers, are to be held at Glen Dye, and the following day MAROC will be hosting the Relays at Sluie.

Major orienteering events have been held on both areas in the past, and whilst recent storms have taken their toll, it should be an excellent weekend of competition.

Final Details for the Scottish Relay Championships

Visit the Gramp website for information on the Individual races.

31st Mar 22


Deeside Night Cup final results

With apologies for the lateness of this news posting, here are the final points tables for the Deeside Night Cup and the Mini Night Cup.  Congratulations to Adam Barrie for being the overall winner in the Deeside Night Cup and to Roger Coombs for winning the Mini Night Cup.

For both courses, results are calculated as follows: 1st + 50 pts, 2nd = 47 pts, 3rd = 44 pts, 4th = 42, 5th = 40, 6th = 39....

1 point awarded even if retired

Planner gets 50 points on chosen course.

Course of the Year voting led to a tie between Balmedie and Crathes.

'Tougest of the Tough' course was voted to be Tilquhillie.
 

04th Apr 22   Read more…


Compasspoint Scottish O League Race & Senior Home Internationals

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MAROC and Grampian Orienteers held a joint SOL weekend incorporating the Senior Home Internationals. 

On the Saturday GRAMPstaged a Middle Distance races at Balmedie along with the SHI Relays, and on the Sunday it was MAROCs turn with a full distance SOL at Glen Tanar. 

Since it was built as a traditional highland estate in 1869, Glen Tanar has been inviting people to relax and enjoy the great outdoors amidst a beautiful 25,000 acre landscape encompassing farmland, river, pine forests and heather clad moors.

Last used for World Championship Selection races in 2015 and the Scottish 6 Day in 2017. 

19th Jul 21


Welcome Back! - Scottish Orienteering Association

Welcome Back! - Scottish Orienteering Association.

SOA have published their guidance on permitted activities and events for orienteering in Scotland with immediate effect. Following the First Minister’s statement on Tuesday we are delighted to see the easing of our ‘Stay At Home’ restrictions to permit the return of organised sport.

Full details here.
 

19th Mar 21


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