For international news please visit IOF
Canadian National Team news please visit Orienteering Canada
The Final Draft of the updated IOF Control Descriptions is published:
The IOF has released the final draft of the 2018 revision of the IOF Control Descriptions.If you have any comments, please send them to email@example.com before Aug 8, 2017 (or talk to one of the Technical Committees members at the COC's). If there are comments, OC will consolidate them and pass them on to IOF.
Note the significant changes to the way boulders and knolls are represented.More information here by IOF.
2017 SASS PEEPRE NATIONAL JUNIOR TRAINING CAMP
July 30 – August 1 at Morin Heights, Quebec
For many years, the Sass Peepre Junior Development Committee has organized an annual training camp for juniors from across Canada. Junior athletes of all abilities from 11 to 20 years of age are invited to participate in the 3 day camp, which always has amazing volunteer coaches coming from the ranks of the Senior National Team, High Performance Programme athletes, ex-national team members, and parents wanting to help their kids.
Welcome to the 2017 season!
The AOA Board of Directors have been busy planning for the new season and are very excited to share the 2017 strategic focuses and roadmap. If you would like to read about it, please click here: Strategic Focuses and Roadmap.
AOA new initiative:
Focus on Grassroot development, school programs and community outreach support.
Summary of changes made to the 2017 edition of the Orienteering Canada Competition Rules
Athletes in the news:
Congratulations to our Province athletes for their accomplishment to be selected to represent Canada in at JWOC 2017.
Michael Svoboda, Emma Sherwood, Darya Sepandj from Calagary
Will Critchley from Edmonton.
Also, Damian Konotopetz from Winnipeg - now the FWOC adult program coach will be competing at the World Games.
Good luck for the upcoming races!