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Fight the Night 2018 – Final Report

LOG’s Fight the Night series held it’s ‘cup final’ night at West Common last night, with the top 8 seeds from the previous weeks’ pool groups battling it out for the coveted FtN Handicap Cup. The orienteering was fast and frenetic … Continue reading

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EMOA League event: South Common – Sunday 4th February 2018

LOG’s EMOA league event at South Common on the new map, drawn by DVO’s Rich Parkin, passed off well today, helped by clear blue skies and fast conditions underfoot. The middle distance courses, planned by LOG’s John Mather, tested the … Continue reading

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“Race the Parks” Round-up & Results

Results from the fourth and final event at Harlaxton College are available now here and the final series table can be found here. Congratulations to series’ winners, Andrew Ridgway (Line) and Liam Harrington (Score).

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LOG Club Night – Thursday 27th October

Club night on Thursday 27th October will be the fourth and final technical session, looking at working on the orienteering skill of ‘picture’, before the season kicks off on Saturday with the Race the Parks series. Meet in the Stables … Continue reading

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Fight the Night – Event 4 – Report & Results

The grand final of the Fight the Night series took place around Lincoln’s West End last night, with 28 runners taking to the streets in some fast head-to-head style racing. The cup final saw 7 runners fighting it out for … Continue reading

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Winter Series: Event 6 – Belton Woods

Although the snow and rain decided to make starting conditions as miserable as possible, this didn’t deter nearly 40 runners from returning to Belton and enjoying the courses set by young debutant planner, Ben Mather. The contrast to two weeks … Continue reading

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