Latest news from the British Orienteering Foundation
Updated: 12 min 44 sec ago
Norfolk Orienteering Club has successfully achieved Clubmark status.
Here are the updated Yvette Baker gold times after the British Championships
The athletes who have been selected for the Elite Development Coaching Camp and EuroMeeting have been announced.
The Community Orienteering Leader Award is a one day course to help support individuals to lead Club Nights. A new course in Manchester is now available
The British Relay Orienteering Championships were held on Sunday 5 May.
Murray Strain and Tessa Hill won the M/W21E races at today's British Championships in Surrey.
Jackie Newton, National Talent Development Coach and Allan Bogle, Coaching and Talent Development Officer NIO spent today in Zofingen, Switzerland to find out how Swiss Orienteering identify talent and assess potential in their young athletes.
The Great Britain Team for the Nordic Orienteering Tour has been announced.
Have your say on volunteering within orienteering! What do our volunteers need? What would encourage you to volunteer within your club or at events?
Minutes of the Events and Competitions Committee meeting are now available
The 32 athletes who have been selected for the Talent Development Coaching Camp have been announced.
The Great Britain Team for The World Games has been announced
This weekend the junior athletes that will represent GB came together to plan and prepare for JWOC 2013
The Harvester Relay will be on Sunday 30th June 2013 at Longmoor, Hampshire
The next deadline for reduced entry fees into the Moray Scottish 6 Days is April 30th
The Long Distance took place at Santa Rita on Friday with more excellent results from the English and Scottish competitors.
British Orienteering is pleased to announce that Dan Riley has joined the Development Team as Participation Officer â?? North West.
The winners have been announced of the Map Awards 2012
The Middle Distance took place at Vila Real St AntÃ³nio on Wednesday with some excellent results from the English and Scottish competitors.
Competitors from around the world arrived yesterday at Monte Gordo, on the Algarve coast of Portugal, for this year's World Schools Orienteering Championships.