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JK 2011: Northern Ireland - Relay

Interlopers with Ant Squire, Oleg Chepelin and Murray Strain emerged victorious in an exciting tussle for the JK Trophy today back at Tyrella, while Becky Hoare, Julia Blomquist and Sarah Rollins of the British Army similarly stormed clear on the final leg.

JK 2011: Northern Ireland - Day 2

Hector Haines won an exciting JK Classic at Sieve Croob and with it the overall title as he destroyed the field with a two minute victory over Matt Crane. In the women's race Claire Ward was victorious after a poor middle distance, while Tessa Hill took the overall JK title with a strong second place on the day.

JK 2011: Northern Ireland - Day 1

The dunes of Tyrella provided the venue for another exciting day of racing for day two of the JK yesterday, and in the elite classes provided another clear win for Matt Crane, while Sarah Rollins won once again by a narrow margin of three seconds from Hollie Orr.

JK 2011: Northern Ireland - Sprint

The 2011 JK started in exciting fashion today with a sprint at Stranmills College in Belfast, with Sarah Rollins and Pippa Archer sharing the spoils with joint 1st place, while in the men's race Matt Crane was a convincing winner ahead of Murray Strain and John Rocke.

Live GPS Tracking comes to Britain

Come to the Harvester Relay, hosted this year by Sheffield University, and experience a first in British Orienteering - Live GPS Tracking. The weekend of racing will be high quality with an unbeatable atmosphere.

The Epic Tri

Tonight Bruce Duncan and Ant Emmet will set off on a triathlon of epic proportions, taking in three of the biggest endurance challenges in the UK. They'll be running the Bob Graham round, cycling from John O'Groats to Lands End on a tandem, then paddling the 125 mile Devizes to Westminster kayak race, all in aid of Cancer Research UK.

JK Final Details

With just a week to go, final details for the JK International Orienteering Festival in Northern Ireland are now available.

British Middle & Sprint championships this weekend

The best of British orienteering will head south to Brighton this weekend for the British Sprint Championships at the University of Sussex on Saturday, with the British Middle Championships taking place on Sunday at Worth Lodge near Crawley.

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