2015 Schedule

May 31 - Slate Run Metro Park - Beginner Course and Sprint Course.

June 6 - Alley Park, Lancaster.  Work day, Score Orienteering.

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

Slate Run Metro Park
May 3, 2015
Results

 White -  1.9 km  Time
 Ohio Team  30:56
 Welby Johnson      
 34:05
 Alex Shambrock     
 35:05
 Derek and friends  
 35:17
 Trevor Knoplesch   
 38:36
 Thelma & Angie group 46:20
 Kent Berry         
 49:28
 Nyhgil & J.        
 50:18
 Christina and girls
 57:04
 Group B            
 57:43
 Jace and Will    
 103:42


 Yellow - 3.0 km Time
Roland Guay Team   
 56:56
 Marek and Olivia   
60:03
 Alan and Cheryl    
 64:00
Trevor Knoplesch   
66:43 
The Logan Bugs     
66.:44 
 Mason group        
71:00
Tatiana and Valery 
 75:30
 Margaret W.        
92:10
Ruben Lopez       
195:05 


 Orange - 4.0 km Time
Anna and Steven   
 130:30
 Herrel boys       
 136:26
Roger Kline       
147:30 
 Craig and Derrick 
 248:06


Green - 5.9 km
Time
Everett Brandt     
 93:12



Alley Park Work Day
June 6 
Lancaster, Ohio

Work from 9 to 11:30am on trail maintenance
Score Orienteering course after working
Please email 

 Earl Reisinger, 

ereisinger(at)columbus.rr.com by May 15th, so we know the number of volunteers to expect.









Results
AW Marion State Park
March 21, 2015


 Beginner Course - 2.4 KM
 Time
 Kotsko family
 69
 John Brandsteatter
 71
 Kline girls
 80
 Reuben Lopez 186


  Short Advanced Course - 4 km Time
 Everett Brandt 79
 Brian Herrell  94
 Mason - Team 1
101
 Alan Edmonds
 120
 Anna and Steve
 151
 Roger Kline
 127 (1 thru 9)

       
 Long Advanced Course - 5.2 km Time
 Shin Shimizu 69:45
 Tom Svobodny 70
 Chiori Shimizu 
 79:30
 Alexander Preobrazhensky 133
 Mason - Team 2
 158


                      
                     

 

 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.