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1:10,000 vs 1:15,000 - Elite Runners vs IOF & other elite runners

Elite orienteers are taking a stance against IOF, following their refusal to consider the organiser's request to use 1:15,000 maps for the WOC classic in France next year, with Anne Margrethe Hausken starting a petition and Facebook group to gather support. However other orienteers have also added their weight behind retaining 1:15,000 maps for classic races.

Tayside 's Wild Connections

Tayside OC have linked up with Perthshire's Wild Connections Festival

Park World Tour: wins for Jansson and Østerbø

Following Friday's tricky qualification at Scone Palace, Perth City Centre hosted an exciting and contrasting Park World Tour final on Saturday, as the technical orienteering through narrow alleyways proved as difficult a test as avoiding startled shoppers for some of the world's best orienteers with Helena Jansson and Øystein Kvaal Østerbø victorious.

Park World Tour: Qualification

The grounds of Scone Palace proved a tricky orienteering challenge for those seeking Park World Tour qualification yesterday afternoon. Swedish sprint star Helena Jansson and Britain's Graham Gristwood both took convincing victories to give them confidence, and the precious final starting spots, ahead of today's Park World Tour final in Perth City Centre.

Park World Tour: preview

Ahead of the Park World Tour in Perth at the weekend, we look back at the history of the competition, check out some of the favourites for the races, and catch up with a few of the British athletes to get their views on the world class orienteering coming to Scotland.

Istanbul 5 days 2010

Istanbul Orienteering Group invites you to the 7th "Istanbul 5 days" Orienteering Event which will be held in and around Istanbul, Turkey on 2-7 November 2010.

Park World Tour: One week to go!

With just one week to go until the Park World Tour brings world class orienteering to Perth, we are pleased to announce that we have over 17 nations competing including some of the world’s best athletes. Entries have been extended until Tuesday 7 September for the open races, so get your entry in while you can and take on the best at the Park World Tour.

A double double family affAIRE.

Steve Whitehead, son-in-law Oli Johnson, daughter Rosie Beavers and her husband Lee Beavers find a new area for orienteering.

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