Results from Sun 25 Oct Ganavan
October event

Results and Splits

Congratulations to all the volunteers and competitors who turned up yesterday to participate with huge enthusiasm (despite the weather) in our first local event since February. After a month of ROMP's and MapRuns, the October Extravaganza was brought to a close with a 5 course event at Ganavan with …

MapRun and Ganavan

Is this runnable?

There are now two maprun courses available for Ganavan. Click here for further information on the workings of MapRun.

Download map pdf's:

Ganavan Short (Yellow)

Ganavan Long (Light Green)

Maps will also be available at Outside Edge, Oban (£1:00)

Have you tried one of the five Ganavan ROMP's yet? The maps are disappearing like hot cakes from Outside Edge = lots of people out at Ganavan training for the event on Sunday 25th October. Remember entries close this Sunday 18th October. There will be NO entry on the day. Look forward to all the feedback and seeing everybody at the event.

Wed 14 Oct

Dates for your diaries

Find out about more activities, events, workshops and podcasts here

Tue 29 Sep

Iris invited to the Talent Assessment Camp!

Iris Aug 20b

Huge congratulations to Iris MacMillan who has been invited to attend the Talent Assessment Camp by British Orienteering at Edinburgh in October

Mon 7 SepRead more…

MapRun comes to Oban

Map Run F Logo

How to get your orienteering fix using MapRun and visit parts of Oban you've probably never seen before. MapRun can be done as a fun family activity/challenge or individually as a course or for training. Can you run all the way up Jacob's Ladder? Have you ever been to McCaig's Tower?

Thu 20 AugRead more…

Learn how to use MapRunF

Learn how to use the MapRunF app at our Beginners Workshop or join the MapRunF Discussion Workshop to share innovative ideas with others.

Wed 24 JunRead more…

Ecko success in the alternative Jamie Stevenson Competition

Finlay (M/W10) and Ruari (M/W12)

Congratulations to Ruari (M/W 12) and Finlay (M/W 10) who won their age classes in the Alternative Jamie Stevenson Trophy. Results on SOA website.

Thu 18 JunRead more…

Calling all Juniors

Recognising and celebrating our juniors!

Thu 4 JunRead more…

New to Orienteering?

Orienteering Control

Orienteering is a sport that combines map reading and running. Competitors have to find their way between a series of checkpoints, called controls, as quickly as possible. There’s no set route between the controls, so you have to decide which way to go and then find your way there without getting lost.


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