There are several Scottish Orienteering Championship events (SOC) held every year in different regions of Scotland, catering for different types of orienteering. The events rotate around the North, East and West, and are hosted by clubs in that region.
Scottish Relay Championships – a high level relay competition providing head-to-head racing between large numbers of junior, open and veteran relay teams. Other than the Open and Junior classes, these are run on a handicap basis, depending on the age of the competitor.
Scottish Inter Club Championships – provides two team competitions between “Large” and “Small” Scottish Clubs, For 2022, the Scottish Inter-Club Championships will be determined over a range of events, throughout the entire season.
Scottish Sprint Championships (SSPC) – provides a championship at sprint distance orienteering. Sprint orienteering tests rapid decision making while running at close to full speed.
Scottish Middle Distance Championships – provides the opportunity for fast, accurate orienteering over a moderate time period. Its purpose is to determine middle distance Scottish Champions across several age classes.
Scottish Score Championships (SSCC) – provides good quality age-based competition with the score format. The event will normally take place at the end of the year, the score format meaning that competitors spend a well defined time in the forest.