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Event information: Sydney Summer Series #4 Putney

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Venue: Kissing Point Park, Waterview Street, Putney.
Map: "Putney Hill"

UP THE HARBOUR, UP THE HILL. SENSATIONAL HARBOUR SIDE RUNNING WITH ADDED LAKE!
Kissing Point Park is a great start locality, this time seeing us stretch further north west than we have for many a moon. And as old hands will recall, stretching can involve a bit of puff and pant up to the superb and newly mapped apartment / Rehab development at Putney Hill. Up a hill to find a lake? I'd call it a tarn.

The Sydney Summer Series (also known as Sydney Map Running) offers great summer orienteering in Sydney, utilising the city's best parks, reserves,beaches, harbour-side and bush areas. Join us as we continue the action packed 30th season.

This is a 45 minute score course event with starts from 4.30pm to 6.45pm. A free off-road MINI course is also available.

SSS Season Ticket. Purchasing the season ticket means you are automatically entered for each event. No need to enter each week, just turn up and run.

General information
Event Sydney Summer Series #4 Putney
Organiser Garingal Orienteers
Region Orienteering NSW
Status created
Date Wednesday 28 October 2020 at 16:30 - 20:00 EDT
Event form individual
Event classification Local event
Race distance middle
Time of event day
Disciplines FootO
park/street orienteering
Punching system Sportident
Class information
Open A Junior Women, Junior Men, Open Women, Open Men, Masters Women, Masters Men, Veteran Women, Veteran Men, Super Veteran Women, Super Veteran Men, Legends Women, Legends Men, Immortals Women, Immortals Men
Open B Walking Women, Walking Men, Groups, Mini
Contact details and main officials
Website http://sydneysummerseries.com.au/
Contact phone number 0403 873 556
Contact email
Event director John Brayan

Entry

Enter on the day is available.

Documents and links

Location of the event

Please obey directions provided by the organiser.

Driving directions from Google Maps (Always make sure to follow the organiser's driving directions.)

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