Louis does it again!

Louis British Middle

Whilst most of us were at Dunstaffnage enjoying some training and orienteering, a couple of EckO members were competing in the British Middle Distance Champs at Chinley Churn. Talented EckO Junior Louis Macmillan, competing in M18, not only managed a podium place but clinched first place. Louis has had a fantastic season so far and long may it continue. Congratulations to Carol Burnapp also for competing in W50. Hope the knee held up!

Tue 17 Sep

ABCD (Argyll Beats Cardiovascular Disease) Open Day

ABCD are holding an Open Day, celebrating 20 years of this charity on Sunday 15th September 2019 between 2-4pm.

EckO have benefitted enormously from ABCD funding so if you have some free time why not pop along to Lorn &Isles District General Hospital to support them, enjoy various demonstrations including basic life support and exercise testing and partake of refreshments which are provided. Entry is free

Mon 2 SepRead more…

EckO Autumn 2019 Newsletter

Hot off the press - read the newsletter to find out what EckO are planning for the Autumn and Winter

Mon 2 SepRead more…

Strathearn 2019

Iris 2nd W14

Flying dogs, dragons, dinosaurs, Coos, friendships renewed and new ones forged, competition, fun, sunshine, thunderstorms, teamwork, volunteers, fantastic scenery and finally amazing orienteering are just a few of the words that come to mind to summarise the latest Scottish 6 Days Orienteering week at Strathearn.

Sat 10 AugRead more…

Sprint Scotland

Map simplification

4 days of Sprint and Urban orienteering around Bo’ness and Denny!

Sun 30 JunRead more…

Glen Nant Training

Ross Lilley's training event at Glen Nant

Mon 17 JunRead more…

Scottish Individual and Relay Championships

Podium place for Louis - 2nd M18E

Last weekend, saw several Ecko members and families taking part in the Scottish Individual and Relay Championships. The Individuals were held at Dalbeattie Forest near Dumfries and the Relays were held at Drumlanrig.

Wed 29 MayRead more…

Iris Macmillan's World Schools Orienteering Report

Iris enjoying the cultural evening

Here is Iris's report. She sounds as if she enjoyed herself very much! Thank you Iris for a very interesting and enthusiastic report which will hopefully inspire all EckO's up and coming juniors to work hard at their orienteering and benefit from this sort of experience.

Tue 28 MayRead 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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