As an orienteering club, we must comply with Orienteering New Zealand (ONZ) guidelines that have been released. The most recent guidelines can be found here. Key elements of the Guidelines are below (key point is to avoid congregation in large groups) Clubs not rushing in maximum of 100 people per football field is not comparable or […]
About Brian Long
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Entries by Brian Long
We have had to change the date of the AOS event to held on the Waiuku Forest North map. It will now be held on Sunday 23 August instead of 16 August
John Robinson has created three more no contact orienteering courses in Pukekohe at Rooseville Park. The instructions can be found here. The three courses can be found here and here and here.
At the Orienteering New Zealand AGM (held remotely) on 15 April 2020, Georgia Skelton was awarded Mountain Bike Orienteering of the Year. Georgia was selected to be a member of the NZ team at the Junior Mountain Bike Orienteering World Championship held in Denmark in July, 2019. She was 5th in the sprint race (podium […]
Two no contact orienteering courses have now been created by John Robinson in Pukekohe at Colin Lawrie Fields. The instructions can be found here. The two courses can be found here and here
One of our club members , Llew McGivern, has created some no contact orienteering courses in Lloyd Elsmore Park, Pakuranga, which will be set up for tomorrow and Sunday (2/3 May). Location: Lady Marie Drive, Pakuranga. Parking is available in the carparks between the hockey club and Rugby club off Lady Marie Drive. Start/ finish […]
Members of the club in the Howick area, the McKinnon family, have not been idle during the lockdown. They have done a sterling job creating several orienteering courses in the Half Moon Bay area for people to enjoy. A Facebook group has been formed “HMB O-courses” where maps and info about the courses can be […]
NWOC has just advised that the two AOS events to be held in Woodhill Forest this weeknd have been cancelled.
Katoa Po is an all night relay event held in Taupo each year. This year the event was on 14 March, and a CMOC team were placed third in the 5 man relay competition. Congratulations to Charlotte Wood, Oscar Vink, Daniel Wood, Jo Wood and Fenton Loveday on this achievement.
College Sport Auckland has advised that the School Sprint Grand Finals to be held on 29 March and the Auckland Secondary School Individual Championship on 7 May have been postponed.
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