Orienteering Australia

Event information: ACT Midweek Series: Isaacs Ridge

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ACT MIDWEEK SERIES
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The ACT mid-week series comprises low-key orienteering events held each Wednesday lunchtime mostly in Canberra Nature Parks. Everyone is welcome, just turn up, no requirement to book or notify anyone before the event.
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Courses are about 3km and 5km in length of moderate navigation difficulty. During school holidays we will also have an easy navigation course. NOTE to Schools and groups: Please advise beforehand so we can ensure we have enough maps.
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Start anytime between 12 noon and 1pm. You must return by 2pm.
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ASSEMBLY:
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Please park on the west side of Callemonda Rise or north side of Akame Crt, O'Malley
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COURSES (length, climb):
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Moderate 1 (4.7km, 150m), Moderate 2 (3.0km, 90m).
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ENTRIES
Three entry options are available:
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1. Season Pass - All 15 events for the price of 8. Register here: https://eventor.orienteering.asn.au/Events/Show/15798
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2. Pre-entry to individual events, via Eventor.
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3. Enter on the day at the event, adults $10, juniors $7. Cash only, exact change required.

General information
Event ACT Midweek Series: Isaacs Ridge
Organiser Orienteering ACT
State Orienteering ACT
Status completed
Date Wednesday 28 July 2021 at 12:00 - 14:00 EST
Entry deadline Tuesday 27 July 2021 at 17:00 EST
Event form individual
Event classification Local event
Race distance Middle
Time of event day
Discipline FootO
Punching system other
Class information
Classes Mod1: MOpen, Mod1: MJunr, Mod1: MMstr, Mod1: WOpen, Mod1: WJunr, Mod1: WMstr, Mod1: Teams, Mod2: MOpen, Mod2: MJunr, Mod2: MMstr, Mod2: WOpen, Mod2: WJunr, Mod2: WMstr, Mod2: Teams
Contact details and main officials
Website http://act.orienteering.asn.au/event-series/midweek-series
Contact email
Course setter Darryl Erbacher

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