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ESOC's 50th Anniversary Weekend starts off with this Sprint O

Sat 31st Jan 2015

Type of event: District-(C), Sprint
Near: Edinburgh

Results may well not be available until Sunday now. We are celebrating at our 50th anniversary ceilidh! (And someone tampered with the start clocks causing us a load of problems)

Final Details and Start List are available now.  Please do not be late for your start time as you could have a long wait for a slot!  Read the Entry Details on main web item to find out how many maps are left for EOD.

  

Cammo Estate

Local event in the East of Scotland Orienteering Association (ESOA) Winter series

Sat 17th Jan 2015

Type of event: Local-(D)
Near: Edinburgh

Results now available!

Thank you to everyone who joined us today, hope you had fun!

Hope nobody was too confused by the odd-even Score. There was one scenario that wasn't in the rules, if you missed a control out you got a 2min penalty rather than a DSQ.

Lost Property: A pair of nice black gloves was left on the big log near the Lodge.  Contact Janet Clark to get them back:  Organiser  O131 225 7771    janetclr@aol.com

  

Royal High School and Davidson’s Mains Park

Local event in the East of Scotland Orienteering Association (ESOA) Autumn series

Sat 22nd Nov 2014

Type of event: Local-(D)
Near: City of Edinburgh

Results are here. Winsplits results are here.

Organiser's comments

Everyone was a winner today.  The sun shone on us; there were no rugby matches at the Royal High School (letting us use the whole map); Scotland beat Tonga (they had to turn the sound down when we arrived, but we could see bits of the match); loads and loads of people came (probably a record, but I haven't counted them all up yet); everyone was very patient in the queues for Registration and at the Start; Katy’s courses provided something just right for everyone (from little kids on White to top-class orienteers on Norwegian Map Memory); no-one got lost; everyone was back safely before it got dark; the whole atmosphere was amazing.
Grateful thanks to the Royal High School Sports Hub for the indoor room (imagine all those people registering and downloading at a tent); all the members of ESOC who manned the event (and got a bit more than they bargained for); Katy for planning the courses; and most of all, to all of you for coming.

Our next event is at Cammo on 17th January 2015.  It will be every bit as good – don’t miss it.  Details will be on the ESOC website: http://www.esoc.org.uk

Janet Clark      Organiser

Local event in the East of Scotland Orienteering Association (ESOA) Autumn series.

  

Holyrood Park

Local event in the East of Scotland Orienteering Association (ESOA) Autumn series

Sat 04th Oct 2014

Type of event: Local-(D)
Near: City of Edinburgh

The results and splits for the event are now available here

Winsplits for this event is here

Who would have thought, in the pouring rain at 9am, that a lovely sunny afternoon on Holyrood Park awaited us?    The weather forecast did promise an improvement, but it was hard to believe.
I’m afraid that Lukas and his team of helpers from Edinburgh University did get a bit wet putting out controls, but by the afternoon the sun was shining and it was almost warm.  There is no better place for orienteering than Holyrood Park on a lovely autumn afternoon.
It was great to see the whole range of participants, from families of young children to elite orienteers, enjoying the challenges set by the Planner – and there was a course for everyone.  Only the bravest tackled the 445m of climb on the Green Course, though.  It was  a fine co-operative effort by ESOC and EUOC to stage this joint event.  Ben very impressively conjured up live results on wifi.  Thank you very much to everyone who participated.    Results from the ESOC Junior Club Championships, held at this event, will be published later.

Janet Clark        Organiser

Local event in the East of Scotland Orienteering Association (ESOA) Autumn series

  

Figgate Park

Local event in the East of Scotland Orienteering Association (ESOA) Autumn series

Sat 20th Sep 2014

Type of event: Local-(D)
Near: City of Edinburgh

Results available now

WinSplits - more in-depth analysis of split times.

We were lucky today that the wet morning turned into a lovely sunny afternoon, enabling the Figgate Park to be enjoyed at its best.  The live music by the Caleerie Buskers made for a lovely atmosphere, and this event to celebrate the life of Tom Ryan was well supported by both regular orienteers and their families and by local residents who live near the Park.    Several children took the big leap forward into doing a course by themselves for the first time.  Bigger people over 16 were more challenged in the surrounding streets.  Everyone you meet is always very welcoming at the Figgate Park, which encourages us to hold more events here.

Janet Clark     Organiser    0131 225 7771     janetclr@aol.com

This event celebrated the life of Tom Ryan who started his orienteering with ESOC.

  

Craig a’ Barns

CompassPoint Scottish Orienteering League (SOL) event 5

Sun 14th Sep 2014

Type of event: Regional-(B)
Near: Dunkeld

The results and splits for the event are here.

Winsplits are available here.

RouteGadget available now, please upload your route :)

Planner's comments

Thanks to all who attended the SOL event at Craig a Barns. It was a fair test of quality orienteering which inevitably led to a wide range of times for each course. A fairly typical spread of results that one would expect in a challenging area with the winning times in each class within the windows for SOL events.

I chose to start most courses at the top of the hill (literally) to eliminate the climb involved in each course. I hope the walk to the start was worth it. An unexpected turnout from the Swedish O squad led to some remarkable times on the longer courses that more than made up for the lack of vet orienteers who were absent due to the VHI.

The planning was geared round old fashioned long legs with an exciting array of route choices available. Congratulations to those that found the optimum routes. I felt the area merited a more traditional form of planning which added a bit of variety to our range of SOL events.

Thanks to all those who helped out, especially the controller and organiser.

Mike Stewart

  

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