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Harvester Relays

The Harverster Relay Weekend is now just under 3 weeks away. The current level of entries suggests that there will be plenty of competitive racing with the largest field for 10 years.

Cliffhanger Ultrasprint returns to Sheffield

July 3rd sees the running of the Ultrasprint at the Cliffhanger outdoor festival in Sheffield for the 5th time. South Yorkshire Outdoors will construct a specially designed labyrinth for the race. Enter by email now for your chance to win Inov8 prizes and free entry to the Sheffield Urban Race in September! The maze will be available for a come-and-try-it event for the rest of the weekend.

Venla/Jukola 2011

We're at Jukola this weekend, along with around 14,000 competitors taking part in the Venla and Jukola Relays, and many more thousand spectators and helpers. We'll have live updates from the field, along with the occasional video and other bits and pieces here.

Sweden dominates Middle Distance

On the second competition day of the 2011 ISF World School Championship in Primiero, Italy, Swedish athletes won in four out of eight categories. Marcus Andersson got first place in the M1 selected teams category, Anton Johansson was the fastest in the M1 School teams category. In the same female classes, Frida Sandberg and Olivia Kollberg ruled.

ISF Worlds: Tomorrow Middle Distance

Again the stunning landscape of Val Canali will be the backdrop of the Middle Distance race to be held tomorrow, second event of this ISF World School Championship of orienteering taking place in Primiero-Vanoi Valley below the Dolomites this week.

ISF Worlds: Long Distance, Sweden and Italy rule

The first winners were crowned at the ISF World School Championship in Primiero today. In the Long Distance competition, the favourites from Sweden and the local heroes from Italy orienteered to victory in seven of eight categories. The last Gold medal went to Austria.

Ultimate OOcup test

The OOcup, one of Europe's most enjoyable and technical multiday orienteering events, has decided to introduce some new Ultimate classes, which will involve running on a map with no paths. So - contours, contours, contours, thousands of rocks and cliffs of all sizes and shapes, but no paths to help your relocation in the tough karst terrain.

British Orienteering Championships 2011

Doug Tullie and Tessa Hill were crowned the King and Queen of the Forest last weekend as Wharncliffe Woods, near Sheffield, hosted over 1000 competitors at the British Orienteering Championships.

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