ARDF USA Championship 2021 – Fox-o

On Saturday we shifted gears to do fox-orienteering. Dave Waller designed some challenging courses for us. Several competitors complained that the frequency on some transmitters was slightly off, enough that the transmitters couldn’t be heard on the nominal frequency. We are investigating that issue. Results: ARDF 2021 US & Region 2 Championship – Fox-o, Results […]

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ARDF USA Championships 2021 – Classic, day 1 results

On Friday we started the classic events. Half of the field competed on 80m while the others did 2m. Results: ARDF 2021 US & Region 2 Championship – Classic, Results 2021-10-15 2m M-21 180 min (6 Controls) 1 Eduard Nasybulin   6 p (92:46) 7207970 2 Norbert Linke   6 p (109:06) 830320 3 William […]

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ARDF USA Championships 2021 – Sprint Results

The 2021 ARDF USA Championships started this morning with the Sprint event. 21 competitors from all over the country showed up at the start line in various age categories. We were all glad to be back competing after a two year hiatus. Thanks to Carlie, Don and Jerry for their help with the start process. […]

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Results for Dorothea Dix Sprint, May 9 2021

On May 9 on Mother’s Day we had our first open sprint for this year. The event didn’t start as well as I planned, because in the morning there was a 5k running race, and park was closed for cars and I could not start putting controls, that’s why the start was late and I […]

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2021 Cary New Year’s street orienteering results

After a wave of showers forced us to postpone the event, we managed to hold it on January 2 instead of January 1. The weather was somewhat dry, but a bit colder than expected. Still, 22 runners/teams attempted the challenge, some running full steam, others walking, jogging or pushing their kids in a stroller. There […]

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2021 New Year’s Urban Street Orienteering in Cary

Registration is now closed. Update on Dec 31: as expected, I’m looking at a steady stream of showers over Tennessee, heading East, with a 60% chance of rain in Cary tomorrow morning. That is the worst possible forecast I could get now. But, it looks like Saturday morning will be a perfect day instead. So, instead […]

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2020-11-22 Umstead North results

Thanks to the park management at Umstead, we were allowed to hold an expert event with limited capacity at one of our favourite locations. The weather turned out to be perfect, the woods were wide open, and the courses were tricky. The terrain allowed for some fast running, but a small mistake could cost runners […]

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Carolina North results, March 1, 2020

We had a near perfect day for orienteering, except for two things. One is that the event director (Lina) got sick by Sunday morning. Luckily, Joseph and Ruth offered to run the event for her so Lina only had to set things up in the morning. The other incident is a little more worrisome: one […]

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Cary street-o results

On the first day of proper autumn we had about a couple dozen competitors taking to the streets and greenways of Cary and Morrisville to find 48 controls (including the race director’s house). Many of them decided to use a combination of biking and running: with the exception of two controls everything was reachable by […]

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Cary (sub)urban Orienteering – October 5, 2019

Last minute updates: The weather is looking great, in fact, this might be the first really pleasant weekend of the fall! I couldn’t have planned it better. A compass is not necessary, but could be useful. Bring a pencil for writing the answers and a highlighter to plan your route. Make sure to show up […]

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