2016 Schedule

September 11 - Alum Creek State Park. Delaware, OH.

October 2 - Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park. Galloway, OH.

October 22 - Great Seal State Park. Chillicothe, OH.

November 12 - Tar Hollow State Park. Laurelville, OH.

All Events Subject to Park Approval. 

To Volunteer for Meet Director or assistance at a meet please contact Earl Reisinger.
ereisinger(at)columbus.rr.com

Register and Start anytime between 11AM and 1PM, unless otherwise noted


Alley Park
June 4, 2016
Results

White Course
12 Controls
Jon and Ally Whittaker29:37
Aaron Shambrock
 31:17
  Roland and Jayden45:00
Stephen McCormick
79:25


Score Course
90 min time limit
5 pts per control
Shin Shimizu
62
 100
 Anna and Steven87
55
 Earl Reisinger 6645
 Albert family87
20
 Cameron Wellington OT 




Chestnut Ridge Metro Park
May 7, 2016
Results





White Course - Beginner - 1.2 km
Order Name  Time
1 Team Ian 11'28"
2 Pink Fluffy Flying Moose 13'09"
3 Team Ty 13'50"
4 Team Trever 14'06"
5 Team Meh 14'54"
6 Team Alan 15'50"
7 Team Hill 42'



Yellow ( Intermediate) course: 3km
Order Name  Time
1 Joe 48'30"
2 Team Carleigh 64'42"
3 Team Albert 129'
4 Team Newcome Missing control



        Green(Short) course: 4km
Order Name  Time
1 Team Chloe 58'22"
2 Kenneth 74'28"
3 Team Jodi 85'49"



Green(Long) course: 5km
Order Name  Time
1 Johan 44'40"








2016  Schedule Announced

March 12 - Tar Hollow State Park. Laurelville, OH.
April 23 - Slate Run Metro Park. Canal Winchester, OH.
May 7 - Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park. Galloway, OH.
June 4 - Alley Park, Lancaster OH.
September 11 - Alum Creek State Park.
Delaware, OH.
October 2 - Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park. Galloway, OH.
October 22 - Great Seal State Park.
Chillicothe, OH.
November 12 - Tar Hollow State Park. Laurelville, OH.





 

 What is Orienteering?

(from the Orienteering USA website.)

Orienteering is a competitive international sport that combines racing with navigation. It is a timed race in which individual participants use a specially created, highly detailed map to select routes and navigate through diverse and often unfamiliar terrain and visit control points in sequence. Courses also can be enjoyed as a walk in the woods, with difficulty levels from beginner to expert offered at most events.

More about Orienteering.