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Sunday 17th September , Haydon Wick, Urban Event, Ranking Level C and SEUOL
Summer Series of Informal urban events – Tues 25th July, Liden, Swindon
All NWO events and activities are open to everyone, including juniors, seniors, families and groups, whether or not they are members of NWO.
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Adell and Doug entered the SWOA sprint championships at Blandford Forum With Adell winning the W55, much to her surprise,as she was second overall, but the the course winner was not a SWOA member. … Continue reading →
The NWO Gallopen at Savernake forest was a great success with over 400 entrants … Continue reading →
Congratulations Adell. NWO’s Women’s Champion Adell Cooper gained top place in the Women’s Supervets Class in two weekends on the trot. In the Guildford City Race ( 18 Sept 2016) she posted time of 39:23 on a 4.1km course and 9 … Continue reading →
The NWO team of ( l. to r.) Doug Stimson , Adell Cooper, and Rob Buckby gained second place in the relays held on Shaw Ridge, Swindon on June 19th.
They were only a minute behind the winning team from TVOC and were the top team among the South West clubs.
(The photo with the trophy was taken in April 2016 at Savernake when it was returned by the previous winners)
A 22-strong team from NWO entered the inter-club heats in the New Forest and gained fifth position.
Club juniors made a significant contribution to the club score. Best performance was by Club Champion Doug Stimson with second place in the Trophy Brown course less than a minute off the pace.
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To celebrate 50 years of orienteering in the South West NWO put on Try Orienteering Event at Hardenhuish Park in Chippenham. This consisted of 6 events, including a maze, a treasure hunt, a photo course, a sprint , a score and a 2.4 k course. Times for the three courses are listed under Results
Congratulations to Paul Gebbett who won the combined event (sprint, score and 2.4km) in 43:05.
Newcomer Ian Trussler posted: “I do believe in trying new things occasionally. Today was the first time I had tried orienteering. I wish I had tried it years ago. It’s everything I love – a run in nice countryside, some technical map-reading (not TOO technical but the better you are, the less mistakes you make!) and some really nice people. Not my last orienteering event!”
Status QO win Lydiard Relay – Results here More Photos on Gallery Page … Continue reading →