Cumbria Schools Orienteering Association
results of the various Championships held in 2016 are linked
HERE. Many of our talented
juniors have been on Tours this summer. You might like to have an
interesting read of some of them,
These were held in Carlisle on
Tuesday 12th July. The results for the orienteering competition is
linked through this page.
Carlisle win again this year.... well done!
Schools League 2016 (Update 29/05/16)
The 2016 series is under way for both Primaries and Secondaries.
Details & results from the series.
Some photos from the
Final at Ennerdale have been posted on the West Cumberland Orienteering Club's
Facebook page See
LIST for the Final at Ennerdale Scout Camp
The Cumbrian Galoppen 2016 Supported by Compass Point
The 2016 series has concluded. The various
event results with scores are
available along with the
overall league and the
Borrowdale Trophy scorers with club totals. Congratulations to
LOC on their win. Compass Point have kindly
provided vouchers, to be redeemed when you see them at an event, for the
junior winners listed below. These will be distributed soon.
| Brown || Simon Hunter||WCOC|| Karen Parker||BL|
| Blue|| Harry Scott||LOC|| Christine Goulding ||BL|
| Green|| Cliff Etherden||LOC|| Anna Lister||LOC|
| S Green|| Syd Thomas||WCOC|| Elizabeth Elliott||WCOC|
| L Green|| Henry Teasdale||WCOC|| Jessica Breeze||WCOC|
| Orange|| Wilfrid Teasdale||WCOC|| Hannah Birkinshaw||WCOC|
| Yellow|| Isaac Hunter||WCOC|| Maisy Yates||BL|
Borrowdale Trophy Competition: LOC win with 13691 points to, WCOC 12856,
BL 9565 and WAROC 2449
British Schools Championships
The Championships were held on
Sutton Park near Birmingham. Cockermouth School won the large school
competition with a significant margin over Ulverston Victoria High School
in second place and Torquay Grammar School in third. Cockermouth School
retained the trophy for the second year in a row, and were subsequently
awarded The Junior Team of the Year at the
Cumbria Sports Awards 2016.
Orienteering - The Sport!
There are many opportunities to get involved in
the Sport of orienteering in Cumbria. There are several very active
clubs with a lot going on.
Most of the major competitions
within the county are held on Sunday mornings. But clubs also have mid
week activities which are often very informal, eg.
WCOC's Informal Events on Thursdays throughout
The main thing
though is that the sport is open to all ages and all abilities with
courses on offer to suit everyone.
an Orienteering Club
British Orienteering have launched a new website
where you can easily join the orienteering club nearest to you. Payment
can be made online, with 2017 fees increased from 2016
level. Check it out. Join a club and let your scores count in
the Cumbrian Galoppen. When you go through the online process you will be
asked if you don't want your details distributed to any third party.
Unfortunately, at the moment that will include the club you are joining!
Please let the club know who you are. All they have is a name!!