The senior Club Championships League has now been updated to include scores for further events.
Glen Gynack, Kingussie, 9 June
ESOC juniors had a good trip north to the Jamie Stevenson Trophy event.
Hopetoun House, 7 June
ESOC juniors had a great day out at the 2019 Scottish Schools’ Orienteering Festival, and won medals in several classes.
Monday 3 June
Sun, rain, hail, wind - it's Scotland in summer after all!
South Queensferry, 2 June
The sixth event in the 2019 Scottish Orienteering Urban League was organised by ESOC, and saw many club members helping before or after their run. There were some excellent results, including 5 class winners.
This is the first of a series of articles by Roger Scrutton, on how you might improve your orienteering through coaching and training, by yourself (so-called self-coaching), with a friend, or with a coach. In this introduction a distinction is made between coaching and training, and we look at the Step System as a framework for progressing in the sport.
Dalbeattie Forest / Drumlanrig Woods 25/26 May
The West Area clubs organised the 2019 Scottish Orienteering Championships. The Individual event was at Dalbeattie Forest, and the Relay event was at Drumlanrig. There was a good turnout from ESOC, with results including 4 Scottish champions and several other podium places.
ESOC members help get orienteering started for Games@theHub, 22nd May
A wonderful day of orienteering at Cammo for some Edinburgh P6 pupils.
Yorkshire, 4-6 May
This year’s British Championships weekend included the British Mixed Sprint Relays, as well as the British Long and Relay Championships. 30 ESOC members travelled to Yorkshire, enjoyed the three events on varied terrain, and achieved some podium places too.
Monday 29 April
The May social was held early, as the first Monday in May was a bank holiday. Anne Hickling reports.
ESOC Junior selected for international competition and Summer Talent Camp!
Southern England, 19 - 22 April
The 2019 Jan Kjellström Festival of Orienteering was in the deep south of England, and around 20 ESOC members made the long journey.