Information category: Results
A full list of results, RouteGadget, Winsplits etc. for the weekend.
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.
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|
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.
Compass Point Scottish O League
A middle distance race on Saturday and SOL 7 on Sunday, both in the wonderful Culbin Forest. The weekend also incorporated the SOA Junior Inter-Area competition which was won by West. Thanks to Moravian for a great weekend. Results on the Moravian website.
Congratulations to FVO who won the large clubs competition (the Cup) and to Interløpers who won the small clubs (the Trophy) with CLYDE coming second.
Full results and statistics, report below.
Including JEC Spectator Race 3
SOL 6 was also the venue for the Junior European Cup long distance race, so you were able to spectate before your run (with commentary), and then runners on Blue to Black got to run JEC courses themselves. The forest was looking good, and the map had been extended into some excellent new terrain since the last event there.
Results available here and on the Clyde web site.
These events attract between 120-250 runners who can expect good quality terrain, friendly and efficient organisation, pre-marked maps and electronic punching.
Results from Kames, Muirkirk on 21st Aug
The next event will be 6th November at Penicuik, near Edinburgh, details on the ESOC website