Due to the ongoing Covid restrictions, our popular Fight the Night series is cancelled. Preparations for future events, including the Spring Series are on hold pending further news from Government and British Orienteering on the resumption of sport.
Our thanks to all the runners who participated in today’s EMUL event in the beautiful Lincolnshire town of Woodhall Spa. In particular our gratitude must be extended to the Jubilee Park organisation, who gave permission for us to hold the event in these very tricky times, and to Craig Lucas (planner), Pete Harris (controller), Amanda Roberts (organiser) and the multitude of helpers from LOG!
Results can be found here.
Routegadget to plot and compare your route can be found here.
Many thanks to all those who attended today’s Lincoln City Race and to the volunteers from LOG, NOC and HALO who helped put on such a great event in these tricky times! Gratitude should be extended to the North Hykeham Hub staff for agreeing to host our event and providing the car parking and toilet facilities.
The race results can be viewed here and Routegadget to plot and compare your routes can be found here.
Paul Murgatroyd has been named as British Orienteering Coach of the Year. In making the award, England Development Manager Peter Brooke stated, :
“Across the country, there is a tremendous amount of hard work and effort done by clubs and volunteers to make orienteering happen. British Orienteering certainly appreciates and recognises all this commitment, time and effort that goes into our sport from all our volunteers.
Paul’s recognition is well deserved for the tremendous amount of hard works he’s put in for the benefit of others.”
Congratulations to Paul on his well-deserved award.