Orienteering information links:
Attack Point – a performance training resource for orienteers
Orienteering North America – a magazine
Scientific Journal of Orienteering
Catching Features – a great orienteering computer game
Quick Route – race analysis software – with help from your gps
Condes – software for course planning
The World of O – international orienteering news/calendar
Just for Fun
Quick overview about coaching certification in AB
Power Point presentation about Orienteering
Generic coaching related links
Coaching Association of Canada -CAC
NCCP Courses- The Locker Calendar
Sport Information Resource Centre – SIRC
For Orienteering specific links
Get Coaching Bill Anderson website- for certification info
Orienteering Canada website and LTAD
AOA Grant Policy
Code of Conduct-for AOA & OC members
Coaching Certification Workshops:
Send us an email if your are interested in joining our next session.
Orienteering Canada is excited to share the results of Phase 1 of the development of a National Athlete Development Matrix (ADM), which is a document that describes what skills athletes should be learning at each stage of development. Big thanks to Jeff Teutsch and Kate Knapp for their work so far. We encourage feedback (via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or in person to Kate Knapp, Jeff Teutsch, or Kitty Jones) as we move this project along.
Best resources for athletes can be found at the
Orienteering Canada website
To learn more about AOA support : AOA Grant Policy
Follow the Alberta HP athletes blogs to find some great tips about Training and Techniques.
Athletes in the news:
The following athletes will represent Canada at the 2017 Junior World Orienteering Championships in Tampere, Finland.
Darya Sepandj: from Calgary
Emma Sherwood: form Calagary
Jan Erik Naess
Michael Svoboda : from Calgary
The athletes who will represent Canada at the 2017 World Games in Poland have been selected.
Team Canada will be:
Emily Kemp (hometown: Ottawa)
Louise Oram (hometown: Vancouver)
Damian Konotopetz (hometown: Winnipeg) Now FWOC adult program coach
Will Critchley (hometown: Edmonton)
Tori Owen hometown Calgary
The World Games involve sports which are recognized by the International Olympic Committee, but are not currently on the Olympic program. There will be over 3500 athletes from over 100 countries competing in over 30 sports at the 2017 World Games.