Resumption of orienteering: Phase 1 United Kingdom,
Interview #4: Training in Lockdown with Kirstin Maxwell (Roxburgh Reivers),
Interview #3: Training in Lockdown Interview with Fiona Bunn (TVOC / CUOC),
Interview #2: Training in Lockdown Interview with Jo Shepherd (INVOC),
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"Life should not feel normal. Stay local, stay at home"
We face a very uncertain time in every aspect of life; it certainly is not life as we have known it.
Many of us will miss our weekly parkrun fix over the next few weeks, so BASOC are offering a substitute - a collection of downloadable maps showing enjoyable 5km runs in lovely forests, which require only basic navigation skills. HOWEVER, YOU MUST OBEY ALL CURRENT REGULATIONS IN PLACE AT THE TIME YOU INTEND TO RUN. Currently this includes NO UNNECESSARY TRAVEL, so you must not drive to these forests. You may go as a family group (same household) or alone.
YOU MUST CHECK THE REGULATIONS BEFORE YOU GO - THEY MAY CHANGE AND WE CAN'T GUARANTEE THAT WE'LL BE ABLE TO UPDATE THIS PAGE IMMEDIATELY.
IF YOU FEEL UNWELL, STAY SAFE INDOORS.
TUESDAY MORNING 17 MARCH: BRITISH ORIENTEERING HAVE RULED THAT "ALL ORIENTEERING ACTIVITIES IN THE UK HAVE TO BE SUSPENDED WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT".
This supersedes the changes posted on Monday night.
A short eNews this month - everyone must be out orienteering!
Welcome to 2020. Any New Year resolution? Is it still being kept? How about thinking of two things:
- What can I do for BASOC this year?
- How can I be an even better orienteer in 2020?
Read on for help with these and more exciting orienteering information!
Now the Christmas goodies have been consumed and the presents unwrapped, time to think about some exercise and orienteering!
Important information if you are a BASOC junior who wants to represent Scotland and Great Britain at home and abroad.