Orienteering Australia

Event information: WHO Cunning Running #5

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The series is an ideal opportunity to gain experience in event planning, organising and controlling. If you would like to "have a go" contact Steve Holloway to register your interest. The competition is designed to appeal to runners of all ages. Family groups are especially welcome. Orienteering is an adventure that all ages and fitness levels can enjoy. The events comprise easy courses in the streets, parks, cycleways and reserves of Sydney's western suburbs and Hills district. Competitors have three course options to choose from: Simple Line Course - 6 Checkpoints & 2 km length Medium Line Course - 9 Check points & 5 km length Score Course - 18 Check points in 45 minutes Entry fees: Seniors $13; Juniors $9. [Members get a $3 discount.] First time newcomers receive a voucher for free entry to any following state event. LOCATION: Fred Caterson Reserve, off Gilbert Rd Castle Hill. Simply turn up to enter for starts between 10.00 and 11.00am. THIS IS AN ENTER ON DAY EVENT ONLY.

General information
Event WHO Cunning Running #5
Organiser Western and Hills Orienteers
State Orienteering NSW
Status completed
Date Sunday 30 August 2015 at 10:00 - 12:00 EST
Entry deadline Friday 31 December 9999 at 23:59 EDT
Event form individual
Event classification Local event
Race distance middle
Time of event day
Disciplines FootO
park/street orienteering
Punching system manual punching
Class information
Classes Short, Long, Score
Contact details and main officials
Website http://who.orienteering.asn.au/index.php/Cunning_Running
Contact phone number 0428 038 032
Contact email
Event director Stephen Holloway
Course planner Stephen Dunlop
Event controller Ian Miller

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Entry

Entry is closed.

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Location of the event

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