Orienteering Australia

Event information: WA MTBO Long Distance Championships - Marrinup North (MTBO 7)

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SI Air for All
This year we will be testing SI air technology. SIAC sticks will be available at no extra cost for everybody to try. No more stopping/unclipping at controls, just fly through at up to 40 km/hr!
Make sure you pre-enter to get your loan stick (numbers are limited and priority with be given to entrants who ride both championship days).
1 - M21 (35 km)
2 - M17–20, M40, M50 (28 km)
3 - W21, M16, M60 (20 km)
4 - W16, W17–20, W40, W50, M14, M70 (15 km)
5 - W14, W60, W70 (10 km)
Make your way to the intersection of SW Hwy and Alcoa Rd (north of Pinjarra) - see the Information Flyer for options. Follow Alcoa Rd east then south for 5.7 km, turn left into North Spur Rd. This takes you up the hill for 5.7 km, turn right into Scarp Rd and follow this south for 2.2km to the assembly area on the left.

General information
Event WA MTBO Long Distance Championships - Marrinup North (MTBO 7)
Organiser LOST
State Orienteering WA
Status completed
Date Sunday 25 August 2019 at 9:00 - 13:30 WST
Entry deadline Sunday 18 August 2019 at 23:59 WST
Event form individual
Event classification State event
Race distance long
Time of event day
Discipline MTBO
Punching system Sportident
Class information
Open A W14A, M14A, W16A, M16A, W17-20A, M17-20A, W40A, M40A, W50A, M50A, W60A, M60A, W70A, M70A, W21A, M21A
Open B C1, C1 e bike, C2, C2 e bike, C3, C3 e bike, C4, C4 e bike, C5, C5 e bike
Contact details and main officials
Website https://wa.orienteering.asn.au/events/event-calendar/mountain-bike-mtbo
Contact person Jack Dowling
Contact phone number 0419049317
Contact email
Event director Duncan Sullivan
Course setter Duncan Sullivan
Event controller Jack Dowling
Course controller Jack Dowling

Start times


Entry is closed.

Enter on the day is available for a limited number of classes.

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Location of the event

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