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MapRun

Maps to download - Available now!

MapRuns can all be done in your own time. There are score events and line events to choose from. Simply download the MapRun app onto a smartphone, print a copy of the map and go and have a run!

Conditions: Please only use MapRuns in line with latest government guidance including social distancing.These runs are not covered by BOF insurance so you run them entirely at your own risk and must make your own assessment as to whether it is safe for you to do so. Under 16's must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

User Guide: MapRun User Guide V2

A list of all available maps and further details can be found below or here: maprun

  

British Orienteering Webinars

Routegadget and MapRun

There are two British Orienteering webinars coming up which may well be of interest to many club members. The first, on Thursday 7th May at 7.30pm, is on Routegadget and the second, on Tuesday 12th May at 7.30pm, focuses on MapRun. (On our website below see the MapRun initiative which Devon Orienteering Club is currently taking forward.)

To register see:http://https://www.britishorienteering.org.uk/news/5191

  

Exeter Quays MapRun

Thursday 23rd May

Join us on Thursday evening, 23rd May at Exeter Quays to try out Maprun.  Matt Atkins has planned an event using the MapRun app that works from your Smart Phone.  

  

Introductory Planners’ Course

7th & 15th November 2018, Payhembury

Would you like to learn how to plan an orienteering event?

  

SI Team Workshop

3rd October 2018

Alan Simpson will be holding a workshop for members of the SI Team on Wednesday 3rd October from 19.30 -21.30. The workshop will take place at Ilsington Village Hall. For details please see here: SI Team Workshop

If you are interested in joing the SI Team, please contact Alan on

  

Summer Evening Street O Series

One Hour Score Events

This year the club offered some informal street O races - 1 hour score events.  Using simple street maps based on OpenStreetMapping ( http://www.oomap.co.uk) with controls being street furniture such as lamp posts , hydrants, signs etc. A mapping example is here. 

Results of the four events, held in Exmouth, Exeter,  Kingsteignton and Honiton are now available

  

Parkrun

Results for Devon Parkruns

Devon Orienteering Club is on the Parkrun list of clubs. So, if you go to any Parkrun, you can add the club to your profile and it will show up alongside your name on Parkrun results!  Matt Atkins

You can see details below of club members who are currently using Parkrun to help with their training and fitness. Note that you can easily change you profile to include "Devon Orienteering Club" by logging in to Parkrun. 

For details of Parkrun see: http://www.parkrun.com/

  

Event Safety Course

Would you like to attend?

The club appreciates members volunteering to help put on events but unfortunately, for insurance purposes, all officials at orienteering events need to have completed an Event Safety Course by 1 January 2017. By ‘Officials’ the British Orienteering Federation means Organisers, Planners and Controllers.

  

SI Team Workshop

Thursday 11th February 2016

As you may know, a group of Club Members form the DEVON OC "SI Team". Their particular task is to run the computers at all events using Sportident controls and dibbers, ie most events. I am very grateful for their committed and enthusiastic support.

Occasionally we have a Team Workshop, and one such is scheduled for 19.30 on Thursday 11th February at my house near Ashburton.

  

Coaching Day: Burrator

Saturday 27th February 2016

Repeat of training day that Royal Signals Regiment held here in Spring 2014.  Aimed at experienced orienteers although morning activities are suitable for those with some experience.  The afternoon session is a single downhill course.  It is hoped many will stay on for the night event.  We will find a place for refreshments between the training and the night event.  Advance booking please. For details see: Events

  

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