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The 21st Scottish 6-day event is being held in Royal Deeside between the 30th July and 5th August 2017.
This will be the 4th time the 6-Days has come to Deeside (1983, 1993, 2005) and the event will use some of our best areas with a variety of terrain, superb arenas and car parking and stunning views to the hills and mountains around Deeside.
Entries are now open on the Scottish 6 Days website.
Palacerigg Country Park, Cumbernauld
The annual score orienteering competition, in which as many controls as possible should be visited in any order in a fixed time period.
Palacerigg with its mixture of runnable woodland and open land being used courtesy of Stag with map recently updated by Terry O'Brien.
Further update: the event is now registered as a Gramp event and covered by all the usual.
Please note: this event is held independent of SOA/BOF. This means that the framework that is in place for registered events (covering for example regulations and insurance) does not apply. The event is organised under Sports Union cover. Please address any questions to the organisers. If this changes before the event then this note will be updated.
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Join Aberdeen Uni Orienteering Club's first ever 100 control point race on Sun 27th November; enter by Wed 23rd Nov - option for 50 point race also.
Congratulations to the following athletes who have been selected for the 2016/17 British Orienteering Talent Programme. Gaining selection to a British Squad or Team is never easy and is the culmination of hard work and dedication from the athletes, their families and coaches. Scottish Orienteering through Scotjos and SEDS will continue to support the athletes in their training and competition and wish them all a successful 2017.
Final Podiums Announced
The 2016 series is now over and the podiums are listed below. The prize-giving will be at EUOC big weekend on 21st January, with prizes for top 3 in each class!
The successful partnership with BTO solicitors continued and we had 9 fantastic urban races. A mix of sprint and classic urban races from Aberdeen in the NE to newly mapped Paisley in the SW, and two World Ranking Events.
bto SOUL series results
|SOUL 1||Sat||Jan 23||Edinburgh||EUOC||Website|
|SOUL 2||Sun||Feb 7||South Queensferry||ESOC||Website|
|SOUL 3||Sun||Apr 3||Paisley||CLYDE||Website|
|SOUL 4||Sat||Apr 9||Livingston||INT||Website|
|SOUL 5||Sat||Jun 25||Aberdeen Westhill||GRAMP||Website|
|SOUL 6||Sat||Jul 16||Falkirk (WRE)||SprintScotland||Website|
|SOUL 7||Sun||Jul 17||Stirling (WRE)||SS/FVO||Website|
|SOUL 8||Sat||Sep 10||Kingussie||BASOC||Website|
|SOUL 9||Sun||Nov 13||Lanark||Tinto||Website|
Tayside Orienteers win funding of £300 to update their maps from the Galaxy Hot Chocolate fund, after winning the public vote.
The Trophy Presentation for the winners of the 2016 SOL will take place at the Scottish Score Championships on Sunday 27 November at Palacerigg Country Park.