South Yorkshire Orienteers
Orienteering is an adventure sport for all ages. Races and training sessions take place every week in forests and parks around South Yorkshire and are open to anyone.
For more information on orienteering visit the British Orienteering Federation. Please feel free to come and try our events!
- Created on 05 April 2013
- Written by Paul Bradbury
To Martin Ward on his appointment as chair to British Orienteering.
Also to Kim Baxter,Amanda Leo and Rachael Rothman for their victory in the womens open at the JK, and Andrew Preston, Mark Chapman and Tim Tett for winning the M120+ class.
At the JK sprint (day 1) Kim Baxter (1st), Jenny Peel (2nd) and Tim Tett (2nd) had podium finishes.
Adian Smith (1st & 1st), Katherine Hall (1st & 1st), Euan Tryner (1st), Lousie Preston (1st), Jenny Peel (3rd), Tim Tett (2nd) and Judith Guillaume (1st) all achieved a podium finish on days 2 and/or 3 of the JK - well done!
- Created on 19 March 2013
- Written by Martin Ward
Rounds 3 and 4 of the UK Orienteering League were held last weekend, in Scotland. Having led after rounds 1 and 2 (held on home terrain - the events at Tankersley in February), SYO has maintained its lead in the club competition. Individual and club scores are available on the competition website: http://www.britishorienteering.org.uk/site/ukol/Home
The next rounds (5 and 6) will be at the JK competition, to be held over the Easter weekend centred on Reading, Berkshire.
- Created on 15 March 2013
- Written by Adam
After much delay, here are the results for our photo competition.
The clear winner of the Landscape category is Chris Littler with photo 2 (bottom left) and the winner of the People category with photo 1 is Tony Udris (bottom right), just 3 votes ahead of photo 8 by Chris Littler.
Congratulations to our winners and thank you to everyone who submitted excellent photos and to all those that voted.
For the full results and authored photos click 'more' below.