Rona Lindsay has been chosen to join the British Orienteering World Class Talent Squad
After a bad start in the long race, a big mistake on the first control, Rona pulled through to have an outstanding run in the relay to help the team to 4th place, narrowly missing out on a medal. She finished the competition off with an excellent run to come 12th in the sprint race on Sunday, top British female!
Deuchny Wood - 20 June 2010
A small ESOC team had some great results.
Palacerigg Country Park - 4 June
ESOC juniors were among the prizewinners at the Scottish Schools’ Orienteering Festival, at Palacerigg Country Park near Cumbernauld.
Rona and Andrew Lindsay selected for the British Orienteering Talent Coaching Camp in July.
Congratulations to both!
The British Orienteering website has just been updated with the GB team for European Youth Orienteering Championships. On the list is Rona Lindsay of ESOC, showing that her recent excellent form was indeed enough to catch the eye of the selectors. Congratulations, Rona!
Helen Bridle was once again selected for the top National Squad, which has taken a re-branding this year, now called the ‘World Class National Squad’.
Rona, Andrew and Craig selected to represent the Scottish Junior Squad (ScotJOS).
Pitmedden Forest, 21 June
ESOC winners: Tom Ryan (Green Boys), Craig Nolan (Light Green Boys).
Beecraigs, 5 June
ESOC juniors did well at the Scottish Schools’ Orienteering Festival, held at Beecraigs Country Park near Linlithgow.
Congratulations to Rona Lindsay and Craig Nolan who have been selected to attend British Orienteering’s Talent Programme Summer Training Camps.
The squad has just been announced and includes five ESOC juniors; congratulations and good luck to all in 2009.