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Regional Development Officer vacancy for Grampian region

The Scottish Orienteering Association is seeking to appoint a highly motivated person as a Regional Development Officer who is able to work both independently and in collaboration with clubs in the Grampian region.

Nopesport Urban League 2012

The Nopesport Urban League 2012 fixtures have been announced, and we'll be returning to many firm urban orienteering favourites as well as a handful of potential new classics, as 14 races will offer the opportunity to find the best urban orienteers in the UK.

Edinburgh University Big Weekend 2012

Edinburgh University would like to invite you to their annual weekend of high class racing in the historic city, taking place on 21/22 January. The 2012 edition of the Big Weekend will include a city race on the Saturday, Ceilidh in the evening and Sosol on Arthur's Seat on Sunday.

Nopesport Urban League 2011

A couple of weeks ago the Penrith Urban Race rounded off the 2011 Nopesport Urban Orienteering League, which started in Edinburgh and visited Glasgow, Filey, Nottingham, Lossiemouth, Guildford, Sheffield, Lincoln, Cambridge, Skipton, Chester en-route to deciding the overall standings in the Penrith Finale.

Forest Challenge orienteering board game again available

NGOC is again offering the orienteering board game "Forest Challenge" for sale. All profits will be donated to the Woodland Trust. Last year profits were used to help flood victims in Pakistan.

Support the British Squad with a 2012 Calendar

Buy a calendar full of orienteering imagery and help support British athletes in becoming the best in the world.

London City Race 2011

Over 1100 competitors from across the UK and Europe descended on London and the Barbican this weekend for the fourth running on the London City Race, the UK's largest urban orienteering race.

Return of the Dragon's Back Race

This time next year competitors will be nearing the end of the legendary Dragon's Back Race, first and last held in 1992, traversing Wales from North to South along the "Dragon's Back". A 220 mile test of endurance and navigation is waiting for all those willing to take on one of the toughest mountain races in the world.

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