With entries now well over 200 and a forecast of warm sunshine, it is time to look at the field for the St Albans City Race next Sunday and spot the possible winners.
Wimborne Orienteers invite you to the Poundbury Urban Race on Saturday 8th June 2013
Entries for the 2nd Poole Town Race are now open.
A two minute video to whet your appetite for Moray, 28th July - 3rd August 2013, with entries opening on 1st December.
10 Peaks announce an additional race location for 2013 – The Brecon Beacons
With areas and permissions being arranged, it is now time to find planners to set the courses that will challenge and decide the best orienteers in the world when Scotland hosts the World Orienteering Championships in 2015.
The world's biggest orienteering relay, Jukola-Venla 2012 kicks off tomorrow in Helsinki - we'll be doing our best to bring live updates from the event centre of both the women's and men's races.
British Army Orienteering Club are holding the Harvester Relay on Sunday 1 July 2012 at Bordon Heaths in Hampshire. The event is a day/night relay competition for teams of seven (A course) or five (B course) competitors.
Wrekin Orienteers and Harlequins have a great springtime weekend lined May 26th & 27th. Brown Clee provides the challenge on Sunday and a brand new urban area, Bridgnorth on the Saturday.
On Saturday 26th May 2012 the first Poole Town Race will take place. With winning times around 30 mins, and on brand new mapping, you can explore the heritage of old Poole… at speed.
This weekend is your last opportunity to enter the British Long Distance and Relay Championships, taking place on 5 & 6 May, while entries for the Kendal Urban Race on 7 May (part of the Nopesport Urban League) close on 26 April.
This Easter weekend almost 2,400 competitors from across the UK and Europe will descend on Scotland, Livingston and Perthshire to be more precise, for the Jan Kjellström International Festival of Orienteering 2012. For the first time this season almost all of the UK's top orienteers will be in attendance, so you can expect a tight competition across the board.
This weekend sees the British Universities Championship hosted in the Lake District by Cambridge University, and as well as strong teams from the main contenders Edinburgh and Sheffield, there is a good entry from a number of other smaller university teams from across the country.
Fancy taking part in a novel and unique race specially for 2012? Spread over 4 floors, Westfield Shopping Centre is the perfect location to test your navigational skills and attention to detail. Located overlooking the Olympic site the event makes a great day out for all the family.
Entry deadlines are swiftly approaching for the March in the Marches weekend in March, including Nopesport Urban League race 3 in Great Malvern on the 10th, followed by the Midland Championships nearby on the 11th.
The UK Cup begins this weekend, with the British Night Championships, and once again the competition this year extends to a mass start final in October via sprint, middle, long, ultra-long and urban races, but will it actually attract the elites outwith the major races?
This weekend is your last opportunity to get entries in for the Scottish Sprint Championships, and round 2 of the Nopesport Urban League, taking place in St Andrews on the 3rd & 4th March.
We are delighted to announce that the venue for this year's Highlander, 14/15 April, is Kinlochewe. The village lies at the head (or south end) of Loch Maree, and is one of the main access points into Torridon.
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 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.
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.
Previously known as the Alpine KIMM or Euro KIMM, this event now forms part of the OMM Event Series. This year the event takes place in the Jura Mountains on the French/Swiss border on 3rd/4th September.
Entries for the second Cambridge City Race are now open, with access to many Cambridge Colleges already secured, it promises to be an exciting urban event.
With the UK relay league close, the largest entry field for 10 years, live GPS tracking, results and updates, the Harvester Relay promises to be possibly the most exciting event to hit Britain since the world slicing bread championships.
There have been many updates and new content added to the website in the last few days. Start times, programme, bib collection, merchandise, are just a few.
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.
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.
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.
The British Mountain Bike Orienteering Sprint Championships on Sunday, this coming weekend, promises to be the most intensive orienteering experience on a bike ever in the UK, even toping that at MOD Stafford earlier this year.
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.
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