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IOF World Cup Middle Preview

IOF World Cup Middle Preview

| January 7, 2015

The second race in the opening round of the 2015 IOF World Cup will be conducted tomorrow, January 8, at Coles Bay in the technically demanding Middle Distance format adjacent to the very scenic Freycinet National Park The four 2014 world champions, here for the opening round of three races for the 2015 IOF World […]

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Start Lists Updated

Start Lists Updated

| January 6, 2015

Some start lists have been updated for the remaining Oceania carnival races. Please see the Start Lists menu item.

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Oceania Middle Distance Championships at Rajah Rock, Avoca Wrap

Oceania Middle Distance Championships at Rajah Rock, Avoca Wrap

| January 6, 2015

Competition continued today in the ten day Oceania Orienteering Championships carnival with the Oceania Middle Distance Championships conducted at Rajah Rock, 5km east of Avoca. The Middle Championships attracted just under 800 competitors across the18 age classes on offer with the Elite Oceania Middle Distance Championship to be contested on Thursday in conjunction with the […]

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Longer Walk From Parking To Arena For Oceania Middle Tomorrow

Longer Walk From Parking To Arena For Oceania Middle Tomorrow

| January 5, 2015

Please note the walk from parking to arena for Oceania Middle tomorrow is now 600m.

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Oceania Relay Championships at Diddleum Plains Wrap

Oceania Relay Championships at Diddleum Plains Wrap

| January 4, 2015

MEN 21 A; 1st SWE 100:29 – (W Lind, A Ostlin, G Bergman, 2nd AUS 101:16 – (S Uppill, B Keely, J Dent), 3rd NZL 101:34 (T Robertson, N Hann, M Ogden) WOMEN 21 A; 1st SUI 105:07 – (S Jenzer, E Roos, S Luescher, 2nd SWE – 107:43 (L Forsgren, T Alexandersson, M Magnusson), […]

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Oceania Sprint Distance Championships Wrap Up

Oceania Sprint Distance Championships Wrap Up

| January 3, 2015

The Oceania Sprint Distance Championships followed on after the World Cup Sprint final today, January 3rd. By the time the age classes got underway it was hot and windy. A big shout out to everyone who enjoyed the university of Tasmania Launceston campus and the courses set by Paul Pacqué. For our elite runners it […]

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