Thanks to everyone who gave their time to make it happen - see you next year!
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If you still need new kit for the Scottish Night Orienteering Championships, remember to use the NNC discount code 'NORTHNIGHT' online at BrightBikeLights, or visit Run4It Inverness for your shoes & clothing.
View provisional results (not including planners' points) - thanks to O-Results created by Andrew Dalgleish
Final series summary results below.
Jenny Hall (INVOC) won a new orienteering headtorch from BrightBikeLights for the Most Improved prize.
Everyone who did at least 4 events and stayed for the prizegiving was entered in a raffle. 2 pairs of new edition Inov8 trail shoes went to Alan Halliday and Shona Spencer. A Magicshine road running headtorch was won by Pippa Weir. Thanks to Run4It and BrightBikeLights for their amazing prizes!
30th Nov - Roseisle nr. Elgin (MORAVIAN) - Results
7th Dec - Ellan Wood, Carrbridge (BASOC) - Results
14th Dec - Gallowhill nr. Tore (INVOC) - Results
18th Jan - Tolquhonnie, Carrbridge (BASOC) - Results
25th Jan - Forres Golf Course (MORAVIAN) - Results
1st Feb - Lochandinty nr. Croy (INVOC) - Results
2016/17 Series Organiser - Johannes Petersen email@example.com
Results from Round 5 at Forres are being hosted on our own website.
League results updated to include Forres
No-one has ever orienteered at Lochandinty or Tolquhonie before - read the story behind these new areas here.
This year we’re really excited to have two areas which are ‘new to orienteering’. Behind this seemingly innocent short phrase lies a huge mass of painstaking work. This in-depth article aims to bring all of that work to light. This is the story of Lochandinty & Tolquhonie, from the eureka moment when they were first “discovered”, right through to you crossing the start line and turning over your map…as you read the article, just try to keep a running total of all the hours of dedication involved in producing your NNC race experience!
We’re all looking to improve our personal performances over the course of the 2016/17 Northern Night Cup. Jess Tullie & Graham Gristwood are UKCC Level 2 Coaches with a wealth of elite experience at high-level night orienteering events. We asked them to give us a couple of quick hints and top tips for success with night orienteering.
General Guidance & Rules For Event Organisers & Planners.
Competitors – please check individual organising clubs website for specific info about each event.
Female: Jessica Tullie (BASOC)
Male: Johannes Felter (BASOC)
Female: Jane Pottie (BASOC)
Male: Mike Rogers (Moravian)
Female: Katrina McGougan (BASOC)
Male: Alasdair Raynor (INVOC)