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18.04: Eva Jurenikova

EOC 2014 - Everything bad is good for something?

Organizing EOC is a huge task. 7 elite races in 7 days and spectators races in addition. ...
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17.04: Catherine Taylor

Worth it

Last Tuesday, 8th April, I sat in tears in a corner of Madrid airport. After having just about left ...
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16.04: World of O

EOC Relay: Maps and Results

Gold for Sweden’s men and Switzerland’s women in very tight and exciting relays in the ...
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17.04: Minna Kauppi

Before and After

The past six months everythings been under construction. Now, my new home is finished but Im still w...
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17.04: World of O

EOC Long Men 2014: Why did the winners win?

[Updated with Performance Index+more analysis] The EOC Long distance 2014 in Portugal did not offer ...
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14.04: World of O

EOC Middle: Maps, Results and GPS-fun

Signe Søes (Denmark) won the women’s race in her comeback – and Daniel Hubmann (Switzer...
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18.04: World of O

EOC Long Women 2014: Why did the winners win?

Time for analysis of the women! As for the men’s race, the EOC long distance was not so much ...
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14.04: World of O

EOC Sprint: Why did the winners win and the others loose?

The decisive leg in the men’s race was the leg from 11 to 12 – when leaving the castle....
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17.04: Sabine Hauswirth


Wow meine erste internationale Medaille bei der Elite und erst noch Gold!!! Das ist wie ein Traum ho...
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16.04.2014 - News from NZL
14:00 - NZ OSquad


I thought I would write something about Fusilier and chuck up a map, but why bother when someone else Arapito has already done a good job. Nothing like learning from someone elses experience. And bel ...
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13.04.2014 - News from NZL
14:00 - NZ OSquad

Ross Morrison qualifies for Sprint Final at EOC - And finishe...

(Ross finished 41st check World of O for maps and results) Amidst all the local excitement around Nationals we cant forget about our representative on the other side of the world competing against t ...
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Well Matt has got off to a good start in Sweden. Perhaps not the creme de la creme of Swedish elites, but when you beat 50 odd on your first outing you deserve a little bit of kudos.
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12.04.2014 - News from NZL
14:00 - NZ OSquad

Ohakea Sprint

Well start lists are up. 1 minute start intervals are risk encouraging. Take a risk early and you have your opponent in your sites. Get a good tow and gain a crucial 3-4 seconds per control for half ...
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11.04.2014 - News from NZL
10:00 - NZ OSquad

One week til take off!

As we hit 7 days until the first start at NZ champs 2014, orienteers all around the country begin their pre-nationals taper (or training...), and begin their final mental preparation! Its gonna be a g ...
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10:00 - NZ OSquad

Hoodoo Guru

I was chatting (the online type) to none other than Lizzie Ingham today. She is coming right from her injuries and organising some epic training this weekend for those in Canberra (we miss her in Wel ...
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06:19 - Thomas Reynolds

Adventure Racing and energy expenditure

Adventure racing involves some extremes of human performance. Racing non stop for days straight takes a toll on the body. Right at the forefront of challenges faced by an expedition adventure racer is ...
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09.04.2014 - News from NZL
05:00 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Links and Loops

Is writing a blog post based around a link to another blog post legit? Well, Jamie and the Osquad does it, so Ill go with it :-)Alex Jospes post on shoelace tying caught my eye this morning. Being a b ...
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06.04.2014 - News from NZL
08:00 - NZ OSquad

Ross in Spain

Well hes not running like Shamus Morrison through an arena, but have you seen that course from yesterday? The photo came through from Lara Molloy on facebook. Dont forget about Lara. She is anothe ...
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08:00 - NZ OSquad

More Butterflies

As if to validate Matt Ogdens classic course setting last weekend, the World Cup in Spain has a great little butterfly loop in the middle of a very long tough course. In this terrain you want to stay ...
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05.04.2014 - News from NZL
23:50 - NZ OSquad

Some Big Efforts

The Rocketman managed to get himself around a tough course overnight at the World Cup in Spain. Great to see some epic long distance racing, wouldnt it be good to get this kind of goodness going agai ...
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10:00 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Getting Rowdy

After seemingly being on a diet dominated by sprint races for the last few months (Sprint Golden Gate, Sprint Canberra, Sprint NOLs...), the season felt like it really kicked off properly a couple of ...
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04.04.2014 - News from NZL
21:55 - Thomas Reynolds

Godzone – The race is only half of it

Racing non-stop over multiple days is fraught with numerous issues. The physical and mental aspects of such a race are obvious. But preparing the body and mind is only part of the challenge. The organ ...
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16:00 - NZ OSquad

What a Team - NZ JWOC Announced

Headlined by the magnificent threesome of Nick Hann, Tim Robertson and Shamus Morrison the New Zealand JWOC team must be regarded as one of the strongest ever. A full team of 12 and a competitive sel ...
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02.04.2014 - News from NZL
23:31 - NZ OSquad


Butterfly loops are an increasingly common feature of courses whether they are to provide separation in mass start situations, for spectator appeal or simply to make the most of a small area. The TON ...
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07:42 - Thomas Reynolds

TONIC (The official North Island champs) 2014 – Mid...

Matt Ogden knows a thing or two about orienteering. As I write this he is jetting his way to Europe for an extended stay in Uppsala, Sweden, to satisfy his orienteering addiction. He said goodbye to N ...
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01.04.2014 - News from NZL
14:00 - NZ OSquad

A Chasing Start

When I got hooked on orienteering in the 1990s chasing start middle distances were what hooked me. The pure orienteering challenge in the morning followed by the excitement on tired legs in the after ...
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30.03.2014 - News from NZL
23:50 - NZ OSquad


A good course setters artwork - a scattering of reds, blues and pinks Job well done Matt
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27.03.2014 - News from NZL
05:00 - NZ OSquad

The Perfect TONIC?

Michael: Morning Matt and welcome to Jamie’s fireside. Matt: This is Facebook, Michael. Michael: Yeah well just pretend. Matt: Could we leave the fireside chat for the pros like Dar ...
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24.03.2014 - News from NZL
12:00 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Déjà vu

Who remembers this gem?Pics:WorldofOThe first control of the WOC 2011 Womens Long distance final. A real hummer of a leg that really defined peoples races; be it through a horrendous miss or a clean h ...
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20.03.2014 - News from NZL
03:44 - Thomas Reynolds

Godzone – Team University of Auckland

This is my report from our race at Godzone. It has also been published across at I will have some more articles in the coming week focussing on other aspects of our race. Putting a first ...
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19.03.2014 - News from NZL
10:00 - NZ OSquad

Race Report: Tom Reynolds on Godzone

Read it here on Sportzhub. Nice write up Tom. Good effort. Len taught Tom how not to quit.
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05:00 - NZ OSquad

Canterbury Champs Preview

The Canterbury Champs will be held this weekend on that now familiar combination of Tuhaitara and Castle Hill. In a repeat dose of the last Canterbury Champs on these maps a few months ago expect Nic ...
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18.03.2014 - News from NZL
14:00 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Playing Catch Up

It seems to be a never-ending game; catching up with uni, catching up with life, catching up with training. And its about time for a catch up blog post! So whats new?Sprint CanberraWay back in January ...
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15.03.2014 - News from NZL
22:00 - NZ OSquad

Enjoy Your Soundtrack

I run in the early morning these days, by myself. This is one of the outcomes of starting a family, and like most of these outcomes can be unexpectedly wonderful. This morning I was on top of Makara ...
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22:00 - NZ OSquad

Beautiful Hills

Just noticed this lovely looking session from Gene and Matt on Facebook. Love the passion. But, really, there is LIDAR data right, when is someone going to map Beautiful Hills properly. One of the be ...
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10.03.2014 - News from NZL
23:50 - NZ OSquad

Urban Enduro

Preparation is going well for the Urban Enduro. The new Wellington City map which will eventually see the entire ampitheatre of Wellington mapped to International Sprint Specifications is growing by ...
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08:00 - NZ OSquad

Oxford Odyssey

I was out of the loop when this happened, an annihilation of a couple of New Zealands best mountain runners by a couple of the orienteering boys. The Oxford Odyssey is a new event on a great bit ...
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09.03.2014 - News from NZL
20:00 - NZ OSquad

Coles Bay

The Tasmania World Cup organisers have posted the old map of Coles Bay (the terrain for the middle distance) to the website. This is a fantastic part of the world, I suspect though that the forest wi ...
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07.03.2014 - News from NZL
05:00 - NZ OSquad

Anatomy of a race - early candidate for course of the year?

Is this the best sprint course and map in New Zealand since at least the World Cups? Given the wonderful course on Ferrymead at the Nationals and the stunning Queenstown Botanic Gardens maps its a tou ...
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05.03.2014 - News from NZL
12:00 - NZ OSquad

Fireside Chat: Darren Ashmore

This is the first in what may become an irregular feature. The premise is simple, an orienteering friend comes to stay and we talk into the night about orienteering. They may or may not be world fam ...
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04.03.2014 - News from NZL
07:46 - Thomas Reynolds

Godzone Adventure – pre start thoughts

Godzone is less than a week away. I’m heading south tomorrow with Matt and Ed to meet Toni down in Kaikoura. I’ve been map-dreaming and scoping some of the terrain in the upper sou ...
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02.03.2014 - News from NZL
22:00 - NZ OSquad

The End of Summer

Geez its been a good summer. The OSquad have been going hard around the place, training for orienteering or getting into some wider outdooors activity. See Tanes previous post about the impressive li ...
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01.03.2014 - News from NZL
10:00 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

World Cup Round One.......2015

...And suddenly its March! Its been another hectic couple of months full of work and travel, with niggley injuries coming and going, and thankfully some training and racing to keep me sane! The blog h ...
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27.02.2014 - News from NZL
12:00 - NZ OSquad

The Storm is approaching!

There is a Southerly Storm coming, brewing away, set to descend on Kaikoura in about a weeks time to coincide with GODZone, the adventure race. This year there is a large contingent of the Bivouac Sou ...
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26.02.2014 - News from NZL
18:23 - Thomas Reynolds

Images from Coast to Coast

As the body recovers, more and more images from various parts of the Coast to Coast course are popping up. There must have been more photographers than I remember! These are courtesy of the Sportzhub. ...
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17.02.2014 - News from NZL
22:04 - Thomas Reynolds

Coast to Coast 2014

I now understand why they call it the Longest Day. I had 13 hours and 54 minutes during the race to think about just how far it is from the West Coast to the East Coast of the South Island. … ...
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10.02.2014 - News from NZL
01:19 - Thomas Reynolds

What I’m riding for Coast to Coast

Coast to Coast has 3 bike sections. The one day race includes a bunch ride near the start and two individual time trials. Setting up the bike to suit the course is a compromise between aerodynamics an ...
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03.02.2014 - News from NZL
00:07 - Thomas Reynolds

Sprint Auckland Day 3.0

Sprint Auckland Day was conceived originally partly as a way of honing sprint orienteering skills early in the season and partly as a half-baked idea of a physical challenge. The idea is simple. Take ...
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02.02.2014 - News from NZL
00:00 - Thomas Reynolds

Sprint Auckland Day

Epsom Campus marks the halfway point of sprint auckland day. Just over 37mins of racing for the leaders so far.
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23.01.2014 - News from NZL
05:00 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Getting Our Sprint On

Its pretty well documented that with the new changes to the WOC format, the sprint distance is set to become more and more targeted by athletes, particularly from smaller nations who only have 1 or 2 ...
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15.01.2014 - News from NZL
05:00 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Work now, play later

Its been a quiet couple of months on the blog front here, with my time being dominated by the phd side of my life. There has been far too much time spent shut away in the lab, and not enough time out ...
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06.12.2013 - News from NZL
19:59 - Ross Morrison. Ranked 101th

Forget the Cold

Although Winter does have its merits, for an orienteer being warm and not having to feel the ground slide from beneath your feet in every training is a smarter option! Ive had a couple of tough Winter ...
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14.11.2013 - News from NZL
08:00 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Wellington Champs: Hills, sprints and jungles.

A few weeks ago now I made the relatively short hop back over the ditch back to NZ for the Wellington Champs. It was a good excuse to get home and see family and friends, whilst stretching the legs ou ...
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10.11.2013 - News from NZL
23:39 - Ross Morrison. Ranked 101th

Knock-out Sprint Video

Great video of the knockout sprint final race from the Wellington Champs in New Zealand. The video was edited by up and coming junior star Devon Beckman from my local club in NZ - HBOC - great work by ...
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24.10.2013 - News from NZL
10:00 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Aus Champs Part III: Caught in the Middle

The final weekend of the Australian domestic season saw the running of the Middle distance and Relay championships, both on the granite covered, brand new, Gibralter Hill map. Having raced as a proud ...
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11.10.2013 - News from NZL
05:00 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Aus Champs Part II: Back to School

With the Australian Champs run over two consecutive weekends, the days between are traditionally used to hold the Australian Schools Champs. Teams compete from almost all of the Australian States and ...
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04.10.2013 - News from NZL
10:00 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Aus Champs Part One: the Long and Short of it.

Last weekend the ACT played host to the Australian Long and Sprint distance orienteering champs. The races were my first since WOC over two months ago, and I was stoked to even make it to the start li ...
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22.09.2013 - News from NZL
22:07 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Australian Champs; National League Final and NZ-AUS test matc...

The next two weekends see the running of the Australian Champs in and around the ACT. As a current local of the ACT, Ive been looking forward to the events for over a year. The areas offered look to b ...
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05.09.2013 - News from NZL
23:56 - Lizzie Ingham. Ranked 70th

Lazy bum

Injury can be a pain in the butt.Returning to the cold Canberran winter following WOC, I was looking forward to a bit of downtime from training and orienteering. Perhaps even focusing a bit more on th ...
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