2018 Schedule


Check back for the 2018 Schedule!

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

Tar Hollow State Park Results
December 10, 2017

 White Course - 2.3 Km
Time
Tyler Greene
27:00
 Sam Scarett
27:00
Team North
37:00
 Dane Walock
43:20

 Yellow Course - 3.2 Km
 Time
 Marina's Team
 64:00
 Drew 68:00
 Tristen and Nick
 83:00
 Tyson 87:00

 Orange/Brown - 4.6 Km
 Time
 Ehlers 85:00
 Quarter Ton of Fun
 90:43
 Todd 91:00
 Annie 95:00
 Troop 2 Adults
 118:00
 Spider Pigs
 156:00
 Purdudes 169:00

 Red Course  - 5.4 Km
 Time
 Shin Shimizu
 72:10
 Aaron Shambrock
 153:00



Highbanks Metro Park Results
November 5, 2017

 White Course
Time
Riley
43:00
 Harry's Group
50:00
Arlie Group
55:00
Jon and daughter
 61:00
 Brian and daughter
 63:00
 Kamryn 63:00
 Jordan 68:00
 B. Clark
 86:00
 WHS JROTC
 90:00
 GS Troop 1434
 90:00

 Yellow Course
 Time
 Gorlov family
 100:00

 Orange Course
 Time
 Mark S.
 68:53
 Brian L.
98:00
 Annie A.
 106:19
 Sanae R.
 120:00

Green Course
Time
Tom S.
 64:30
Shin S.
69:00
Bob L.
76:00
 Chiori S.
 82:00
 Rob H.
 102:00
 Weist family
 118:00
 Aaron and Sam
 169:00
 Ken and Annie
 174:00


COO 2017 Schedule Announced


Spring Schedule

March 19 - AW Marion State Park, Circleville, OH.

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

May 20 - Alley Park, Lancaster, OH.

June 25 - Slate Run Metro Park, Canal Winchester, OH.

Autumn Schedule

September 24 - Battelle Darby Creek Metro Park, Galloway, OH.

October 14 - Alley Park, Lancaster, OH.

November 5 - Highbanks Metro Park, Lewis Center, OH.

December 10 - 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.